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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The use of Semantic Web Service (SWS) technologies have been suggested to enable more dynamic B2B integration of heterogeneous systems and partners. We present our approach to accomplish dynamic B2B integrations based on the WSMX SWS environment. We particularly show how WSMX can be made to support the RosettaNet e-business framework and how it can add dynamics to B2B interactions by automating mediation of heterogeneous messages. This is illustrated through a purchasing scenario. The benefitsdoi:10.1007/11780397_17 fatcat:yzbdhhhiyvarjg6tiewsixs4fi
more »... f applying SWS technologies include more flexibility in accepting heterogeneity in B2B integrations and easing back-end integrations. This allows for example to introduce more competition into the purchasing process within e-business frameworks.
 B2B interaction standards and Nurmilaakso and Kotinurmi  e-business frameworks. What are standards for e-business? ...  as well as Nurmilaakso and Kotinurmi  . The variables have three values, including no value, which are assigned to the variables as shown in Table 1 . ! ...doi:10.1016/j.csi.2005.02.004 fatcat:pahry7bojnextfvqe37glxbdfq
The B2B adapters operate on transformation rules written as XSLT scripts; parts of such kind of rules have been previously shown by Kotinurmi et al.  . ...doi:10.1145/1244002.1244297 dblp:conf/sac/HallerKVO07 fatcat:oniqbqxn75dxhmzuh2icr6wh6m
This paper presents a methodology to derive a Supply Chain Management Ontology based on the RosettaNet specification framework. A prototype to mechanically derive a core ontology spanning all new Partner Interface Processes in the RosettaNet framework is developed and its algorithms to reconcile the ontology structure and to generate a proper subsumption hierarchy are presented. We further present how we designed and referenced outer layer ontologies we analysed to be required to resolve thedoi:10.1145/1363686.1364029 dblp:conf/sac/HallerGK08 fatcat:vcdm5xf7wfhpdiixuaova3niqq
more »... aining disparities in the core ontology. The resulting ontology framework enables to more easily deal with different message structures in dynamic Business-to-Business collaborations and thus ensures a better interoperability for the partners involved.
In this paper we introduce our multi metamodel process ontology (m3po), which is based on various existing reference models and languages from the workflow and choreography domain. This ontology allows the extraction of arbitrary choreography interface descriptions from arbitrary internal workflow models. We also report on an initial validation: we translate an IBM Websphere MQ Workflow model into the m3po ontology and then extract an Abstract BPEL model from the ontology.doi:10.1145/1135777.1136012 dblp:conf/www/HallerOK06 fatcat:5wlnpznb7zeofje6k5lkiyvr3y
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this paper we present a B2B integration scenario building on the principles of Semantic Web services. For this scenario we show the benefits of semantic descriptions used within the integration process to enable conversation between systems with data and process mediation of services. We illustrate our approach on the WSMX -a middleware platform built specifically to enact semantic service oriented architectures.doi:10.1007/11948148_43 fatcat:jlrmvl3aqncxzj2vijohwpxjci
External business processes (choreography models) are currently disconnected from internal processes (workflow models), which leads to synchronisation and verification problems. Connecting these by directly mapping internal to external processes requires a quadratic amount of mappings; an intermediate ontology reduces the amount of necessary mappings but is not trivial to construct due to the variety in workflow meta-models. We introduce our multi meta-model process ontology ( m3po), which isdoi:10.1109/scc.2006.65 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/HallerOK06 fatcat:cplahm2r6jelpnf33gbeiq4kfq
more »... sed on various existing reference models and languages from the workflow and choreography domain. The m3po ontology relates workflow models to choreography models and allows choreography extraction from internal workflow models. An initial validation is given by translating an IBM Websphere MQ Workflow model into the m3po ontology and subsequently extracting an Abstract BPEL model from the ontology.
Modeling the semantics of business services and their corresponding messages using ontologies enables flexible integration that is more adaptive to business-driven change. In this paper we demonstrate our approach building upon an established Semantic Web Service Framework (WSMX) to facilitate a conversation between heterogeneous services that support both the RosettaNet standard and proprietary information models.doi:10.1109/cec-eee.2007.112 dblp:conf/wecwis/VitvarMZHK07 fatcat:uevuamgq6bhf3kivlvzodvzxfu
The author is grateful to Paavo Kotinurmi and Hannu Laesvuori for helpful comments. ...  B2B interaction standards, Hsieh and Lin  XML/EDI and Nurmilaakso and Kotinurmi  e-business frameworks. ...doi:10.1016/j.compind.2007.09.004 fatcat:i27uw2m5xractmatxyf3nm2mgi
Acknowledgments The authors thank the participants of the SOLEA, SerAPI and eKat projects and Paavo Kotinurmi and Timo Itälä who co-authored original and unpublished paper including comparison with RosettaNet ...fatcat:yznl77jl3ngqfndzofsjvspgfa