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Supply chain teaming

Yu-Liang Chi
2009 Proceedings of the International Workshop on Enterprises & Organizational Modeling and Simulation - EOMAS '09  
This study shows how the semantic rules in conjunction with ontologies can be used for managing the intricate network among supply chains partners.  ...  When structuring a supply chain network, it is problematic to identify who the partners are across multiple supply chain tiers.  ...  Acknowledgment The author would like to thank the National Science Council (NSC) of the Republic of China, Taiwan, for financially supporting this research under Contract No.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1750405.1750414 fatcat:6tf77lxb65hm3g4k45yu4eaqcm

Design and Implementation of Semantic Decision Support System for Supplier Performance Contract Monitoring and Execution: Integrating Description Logics, Semantic Web Rules and Service-Oriented Computing in the Context of the Extended Enterprise

A. Salam
2007 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
to key process integration, exchange of knowledge and information and as drivers for performance.  ...  different partner organizations.  ...  They are basically pointing towards the need for a common ontology for sharing knowledge and information across the supply chain for improving supplier performance.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Salam07 fatcat:2bv2s4yofzeodcjvzxd75ptgfi

Knowledge Services for eBusiness

Mark A. Gill, Rahul Singh, Al Farooq Salam, Lakshmi S. Iyer
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Advances in semantic web-based technologies offer the means to integrate heterogeneous systems across organizations in a meaningful way by incorporating Ontology, a common, standard and shareable vocabulary  ...  used to represent the meaning of system entities; Knowledge Representation, with structured collections of information and sets of inference rules that can be used to conduct automated reasoning; and  ...  The knowledge services architecture uses knowledge context units available in the knowledge repository to supply domain ontology and rules for knowledge-based decision support for online processes of partner  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/GillSSI05 fatcat:bucsqxd4bzgd3fjomipnx3kukq

Web Service for Knowledge Management in E-Marketplaces

Singh, Iyer, Salam
2003 e-Service Journal  
The objective is to enable informed and knowledge-based discovery of business partners from among the multitude online, and to support knowledge-rich e-business processes that cut across the value chain  ...  of organizations engaged in ebusiness in the knowledge-based economy.  ...  A matching of a set of attributes in the supply capabilities with the set of rules fires a rule from the rules document that results in a supply/don't supply decision for the supplier.  ... 
doi:10.2979/esj.2003.3.1.32 fatcat:nl54kat4bfa2rdl4z3gtaf5qvu

Web Service for Knowledge Management in E-Marketplaces

Rahul Singh, Lakshmi Iyer, A. F. Salam
2003 e-Service Journal  
The objective is to enable informed and knowledge-based discovery of business partners from among the multitude online, and to support knowledge-rich e-business processes that cut across the value chain  ...  of organizations engaged in ebusiness in the knowledge-based economy.  ...  A matching of a set of attributes in the supply capabilities with the set of rules fires a rule from the rules document that results in a supply/don't supply decision for the supplier.  ... 
doi:10.1353/esj.2004.0013 fatcat:5ax4fyz2nfecllxbje5o3flpgy

Ontology of Bankruptcy Diffusion through Trade Credit Channel

Huaiqing Wang, Huaping Chen
2012 Journal of research and practice in information technology  
Firstly, company manager should be especially cautious when selecting customers as trading partners in the supply network.  ...  In this situation, identifying the candidate affected firms in the supply network is of great significance for risk monitoring in portfolio management.  ...  She specializes in conceptual modeling, intelligent financial decision support systems, data mining methods in intelligent financial risk monitoring (such as Hidden Markov models in stock market prediction  ... 
dblp:journals/acj/WangC12 fatcat:ck7k2t7fxvgstisd227y67kgpi

Rule-Based Workflow Validation of Hierarchical Service Level Agreements

Irfan Ul Haq, Adrian Paschke, Erich Schikuta, Harold Boley
2009 2009 Workshops at the Grid and Pervasive Computing Conference  
In this paper we focus on the design and assessment of an agentenabled, rule-based validation framework for the hierarchical SLA aggregation, corresponding to cross-VO workflow cooperation.  ...  Abstract Business-to-business workflow interoperation across Virtual Organisations (VOs) brings about possibilities for novel business scenarios.  ...  This supply-chain business network, spun across various VOs, may result in a so-called Business Value Network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/gpc.2009.25 dblp:conf/gpc/HaqPSB09 fatcat:ritpad7khfejpew2ic6gqzz5li

Enterprise Interoperability for Global Collaborative Networks through Cloud Knowledge-Oriented Collaboration System

Hsiao Kang Lin Chun I Chen
2015 Journal of Global Economics  
moderator technology for global collaborative networks.  ...  Exchanging ideas and making decisions together, regardless of the physical distance or across-enterprise collaboration. existing enterprise collaboration infrastructure for Global Collaborative Networks  ...  for real time monitoring activities respectively.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2375-4389.1000140 fatcat:5urxpnvybnc3pipuh2lmiuxy7y

Software agents-enabled systems coalition for integrated manufacturing processes and supply chain management

Shaw C. Feng, Heli Helaakoski, Harri Haapasalo, Janne Kipina
2007 International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (IJMTM)  
The framework includes agent architectures, interaction protocols, message exchanges, an ontological engineering environment, business rules and knowledge bases, and databases.  ...  In order to use agents in manufacturing applications, a software agentenabled process integration framework for manufacturing and supply chain management has been developed and is described in this paper  ...  SIMA supports NIST projects applying information technologies and standards-based approaches to solve manufacturing software integration problems.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmtm.2007.013183 fatcat:d5w5wy3tfneanl6tzm45n72qbi

A Conceptual Framework for Aggregate Management of Virtual Enterprises [chapter]

Jorge P. Sousa, Américo L. Azevedo, António L. Soares
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
An ontology based development approach is presented, assuming the role of conceptual guidance, both for the requirements analysis and design phases.  ...  This paper presents a conceptual framework where the development of an information system for aggregate management of virtual I networked enterprises is taking place.  ...  to enable real-time monitoring of the supply-chain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35399-9_38 fatcat:iai6lal57ndgfcvmklrdinkfqu

Intelligent Agents to Support Information Sharing in B2B E-Marketplaces

Lakshmi Iyer, Rahul Singh, A. F. Salam
2005 Information systems management  
This article proposes an architecture to support information and knowledge exchange between collaborating business partners.  ...  The focus is on knowledge representation and exchange by intelligent agents to support collaborative business functions through agents that exchange problem-specific information in standardized formats  ...  Consequently, the next logical step is to look for ways to eliminate these market inefficiencies and enable the sharing of information and knowledge for collaborative work across partners in E-marketplaces  ... 
doi:10.1201/1078/45317.22.3.20050601/88744.6 fatcat:ygfhelpvv5bbbk7woex6hpyq6i

Multiagent-Based Model For ESCM

2011 Informatică economică  
Web based applications for Supply Chain Management (SCM) are now a necessity for every company in order to meet the increasing customer demands, to face the global competition and to make profit.  ...  This model will allow a better coordination of the supply chain network and will increase the effectiveness of Web and intel-ligent technologies employed in eSCM software.  ...  In order to auto- Distributors mate the entire network by using intelligent agents, we need network rules as a foundation for network collaboration and a network interface for those agents that work with  ... 
doaj:2e461f1a8df644d7b700999ec74ddfa6 fatcat:weudqjrrnjao5llyyvub2dqhny

Semantic web based services for intelligent mobile construction collaboration

Zeeshan Aziz, Chimay J. Anumba, Darshan Ruikar, Patricia M. Carrillo, Dino Bouchlaghem
2004 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
Future deployment scenarios are presented to illustrate the potential benefits for the construction industry.  ...  To provide real time, on-demand intelligent mobile collaboration support for their workers, construction enterprises increasingly need to use powerful wireless devices coupled with the availability of  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work is done as part of ongoing "EPSRC" funded WiSECON (Wireless and semantic web based integration of construction services) project.  ... 
dblp:journals/itcon/AzizARCB04 fatcat:u2nuu3az2bcvbkdkcofxdkoz74

Semantic information assurance for secure distributed knowledge management: a business process perspective

R. Singh, A.F. Salam
2006 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
This paper fills a gap in the existing literature by extending role-based access control models for eBusiness processes that are done by using ontological analysis and semantic Web technologies to develop  ...  a framework for computationally feasible secure eBusiness process knowledge representations.  ...  The OWL is a W3C standard knowledge representation language for the semantic Web. OWL documents can be used to capture domain ontologies and rules for knowledge sharing among agents.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmca.2006.871792 fatcat:5s73kr23gfg5rntjr5jjqcfdoa

Toward a Standard Rule Language for Semantic Integration of the DoD Enterprise

Suzette Stoutenburg, Leo Obrst, Deborah Nichols, Jason Peterson, Adrian Johnson
2005 W3C Workshops  
A Rule Language Standard is required to realize the full benefits of rule separation including the sharing of rule abstractions across disparate domains, thus enabling interoperability across the enterprise  ...  Separation of rules from executable code provides the foundation for dynamic system behavior and agile response to outside events.  ...  We will consider the impact of rule types on the ontologies (assertions about concepts) and the knowledge bases (assertions about instances of those concepts) referenced by the rules.  ... 
dblp:conf/w3c/StoutenburgONPJ05 fatcat:kb47ykozrvdwtmev4roqncivvu
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