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Process modeling across the web information infrastructure

Chris Jensen, Walt Scacchi
2005 Software Process: Improvement and Practice  
In this article, we look at the process relationships within and between these communities as components of a Web information infrastructure.  ...  While most studies focus on analyzing processes in a single organization, we focus on modeling software development processes both within and across three distinct but related OSSD project communities:  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research described in this report is supported by grants #0083075, #0205679, #0205724, and #0350754 from the US National Science Foundation. No endorsement implied.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spip.228 fatcat:yvdkhnulgngj3cfpbyotidpvt4

Process modeling across the Web information infrastructure

C. Jensen
2004 "5th International Workshop on Software Process Simulation and Modeling (ProSim 2004)" W11L Workshop - 26th International Conference on Software Engineering   unpublished
In this article, we look at the process relationships within and between these communities as components of a Web information infrastructure.  ...  While most studies focus on analyzing processes in a single organization, we focus on modeling software development processes both within and across three distinct but related OSSD project communities:  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research described in this report is supported by grants #0083075, #0205679, #0205724, and #0350754 from the US National Science Foundation. No endorsement implied.  ... 
doi:10.1049/ic:20040442 fatcat:rs7m5j4fc5gqbanxaob6ryplty

Beyond Web services: towards on-demand complex adaptive environments

R. Cherinka, R. Miller, C. Smith
2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS'05)  
We discuss key principles of complex systems engineering to consider, approaches to on-demand data and IT infrastructure strategy based on web service and semantic web technologies, as well as guidance  ...  the entire system.  ...  Through the use of web and information services, as well as open standards for information description, a SOA significantly improves the ability to share information and processes across an enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2005.30 dblp:conf/icws/CherinkaMS05 fatcat:fdqkdf5avjbxlgjykdyrmiylle

Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure and Geoprocessing Web—A Review of Commonalities and Differences of E-Science Approaches

Barbara Hofer
2013 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Online geoprocessing gains momentum through increased online data repositories, web service infrastructures, online modeling capabilities and the required online computational resources.  ...  The geoprocessing web focuses on providing components for model development and sharing.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank the reviewers of this article for their comments and recommendations as well as colleagues from the Interfaculty Department of Geoinformatics-Z_GIS of the  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi2030749 fatcat:bzmw4qu7y5d2hfr2ykcymfrt4u

A Distributed Process Infrastructure for a Distributed Data Structure [article]

Marko A. Rodriguez
2008 arXiv   pre-print
This essay discusses the importance of adding a distributed RDF process infrastructure to the current distributed RDF data structure.  ...  Web will not so easily map over to the Semantic Web.  ...  "The Semantic Grid refers to an approach to Grid computing in which information, computing resources and services are described using the semantic data model." 1 The distributed process infrastructure  ... 
arXiv:0807.3908v1 fatcat:ipjhhp4tcbfhbdfpvvkijkqtq4

From intranets to wrestling information infrastructures

Brian O'Flaherty, Jason Whalley
2004 European Conference on Information Systems  
Business processes are also inscribed on to the information infrastructure, but in a partial manner rather than full-automation.  ...  A model of this nature can help the IS professional to more purposively extend an Intranet to a business critical information infrastructure.  ...  systems are increasingly expected to model the organisational web so that an information systems can successfully support it'.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OFlahertyW04 fatcat:h4gdqyriurhx7kjyemuhn3e6bi

Ascertaining the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Maturity Level of the Banking Sector Using Kochikar Model

Ejiofor C.I, Okengwu U.A
2017 International Journal of Advanced Information Technology  
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) models have been developed with the sole aim of ascertaining the maturity level in various economic sectors from the perspective of ICT.  ...  Information and Communication Technology has indeed been the driving force in most economics of the world owing to its versatility in integrating with most national sectors.  ...  The dataset were analyzed using Kochikar model in ascertaining level of existences (Inactive, Basic, Substantial, Web-Based and Knowledge Oreinetd).  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijait.2017.7501 fatcat:uyvdjn2rurd2hf6mc5gz7266ju

Challenges of Technology Infrastructure Availability in EGovernance Program Implementations: A Cloud based Solution

Sameer Goel
2012 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
With the explosion of information over web in recent past, governments across the world face a major challenge in keeping a pace with ever changing technologies and offer an efficient, effective and transparent  ...  A fine grained model is discussed towards the end to highlight various benefits this solution brings along with it.  ...  Today, many governments across the globe are using technology to leverage the huge reach of egovernance model in their respective countries [2] .  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-0521317 fatcat:dgxcpfv4sngvxhujeutsblmer4

Epstein-Barr Virus-associated Gastric Cancer and Potential Mechanisms of Oncogenesis

Abigail Morales-Sanchez, Ezequiel M. Fuentes-Panana
2017 Current Cancer Drug Targets  
The analysis also provides evidence that the effect of infrastructure capabilities on IT-dependent strategic agility is direct, as well as mediated by IT-dependent system and information agility.  ...  This study develops a research model of how the technical, behavioral, and business capabilities of IT personnel are associated with IT infrastructure capabilities, and how the latter are associated with  ...  Acknowledgements We are very grateful for the valuable insight and guidance provided by Kalle Lyytinen and the three anonymous reviewers throughout the review process.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1568009616666160926124923 pmid:27677953 fatcat:mj2etgmxyrfzfpaxk2ktw4f3ka

Gaining Agility through IT Personnel Capabilities: The Mediating Role of IT Infrastructure Capabilities

Lior Fink, Seev Neumann
2007 Journal of the AIS  
The analysis also provides evidence that the effect of infrastructure capabilities on IT-dependent strategic agility is direct, as well as mediated by IT-dependent system and information agility.  ...  This study develops a research model of how the technical, behavioral, and business capabilities of IT personnel are associated with IT infrastructure capabilities, and how the latter are associated with  ...  Acknowledgements We are very grateful for the valuable insight and guidance provided by Kalle Lyytinen and the three anonymous reviewers throughout the review process.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00135 fatcat:vtpioeoduvcmnbrbvmsvqvitaq

Smart City Architecture: Vision and Challenges

Narmeen Zakaria, Jawwad A.
2015 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The proposed framework is based on a hierarchical model of data storage and defines how different stakeholders will be communicating and offering services to citizens.  ...  The key idea is to integrate information system services of each domain, such as health, education, transportation, power grid etc., of the city to provide public services to citizens efficiently and ubiquitously  ...  The proposed model is based on Service Oriented Architecture. Exposing data services as web services can make information accessible to a wide variety of clients [28] .  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2015.061132 fatcat:sgxi2puvn5bi3j7cg7dzsfehoy

Standards and Infrastructure for Innovation Data Exchange

L. L. Haak, D. Baker, D. K. Ginther, G. J. Gordon, M. A. Probus, N. Kannankutty, B. A. Weinberg
2012 Science  
The views and opinions of the authors do not state or reflect those of the NSF.10.1126/science.1221840  ...  There are successful models in the public and private sectors for aspects of this infrastructure, such as the Common European Research Information Format (CERIF) data-exchange standard applied across several  ...  Our preferred model is a Web-based infrastructure to host public and restricted data, in which sensitive data would be restricted to users who had applied for and obtained access.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1221840 pmid:23066063 pmcid:PMC3774837 fatcat:ykvwfaesmjf55h375ldvsq4mme

Enabling Smart Manufacturing Research and Development using a Product Lifecycle Test Bed

Moneer Helu, Thomas Hedberg
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
The test bed consists of a Computer-Aided Technologies (CAx) Lab and a Manufacturing Lab that interface through the product model creating a "digital thread" of information across the product lifecycle  ...  Smart manufacturing technologies require a cyber-physical infrastructure to collect and analyze data and information across the manufacturing enterprise.  ...  Nor does it imply that the products identified are necessarily the best available for the purpose.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.09.066 pmid:28664167 pmcid:PMC5486951 fatcat:6a4uxjk6nfh53gwmojwisafgd4

Geoinformatics: Transforming data to knowledge for geosciences

A. Krishna Sinha, Zaki Malik, Abdelmounaam Rezgui, Calvin G. Barnes, Kai Lin, Grant Heiken, William A. Thomas, Linda C. Gundersen, Robert Raskin, Ian Jackson, Peter Fox, Deborah McGuinness (+2 others)
2010 GSA Today  
Such an information infrastructure for geosciences is contained within the emerging science of geoinformatics, which seeks to promote the utilization and integration of complex, multidisciplinary data  ...  It is now necessary to establish a modern infrastructure that can support the transformation of data to knowledge.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This paper was written on behalf of the GSA Geoinformatics Division. We acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation's Division of Earth Sciences, the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1130/gsatg85a.1 fatcat:isggapkbxjbrxkj4jqcwuw7dy4

eScience for Sea Science: A Semantic Scientific Knowledge Infrastructure for Marine Scientists

Kristin Stock, Anne Robertson, Femke Reitsma, Tim Stojanovic, Mohamed Bishr, David Medyckyj-Scott, Jens Ortmann
2009 2009 Fifth IEEE International Conference on e-Science  
and web services.  ...  It provides users with the ability to discover resources on the basis of domain knowledge using ontologies, and scientific knowledge, including the scientific models, theories and methods that were used  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge funding from the UK Joint Information Systems Committee that made this research possible, and the comments of the anonymous reviewers that resulted in  ... 
doi:10.1109/e-science.2009.24 dblp:conf/eScience/StockRRSBMO09 fatcat:i4irp2jiqjaurnrkahhkstldpa
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