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Towards the Definition of a Science Base for Enterprise Interoperability: A Progress Report [chapter]

Keith Popplewell
2013 Enterprise Interoperability  
The definition and objectives of a science base are analysed, leading to an outline structure for an EISB to include formalised problem and solution spaces as well as structured EI domain knowledge.  ...  In Europe there is move to define just such a structure: an Enterprise Interoperability Science Base (EISB).  ...  Figure 1 : 1 Interoperability Science and Neighbouring Domains Figure 2 : 2 A view of EISB content -Domain Knowledge Base: the domain knowledge base contains both structuring and methodological knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118561942.ch49 fatcat:vrpl633tsfb6rpmzrd2vbrexge

A view-based model of data-cube to support big earth data systems interoperability

Stefano Nativi, Paolo Mazzetti, Max Craglia
2017 Big Earth Data  
For example, in the geospatial information domain, ISO TC211 defined a coverage element (i.e. the representation of a space/time-varying phenomena) as a function mapping from space and time (i.e. the coverage  ...  , as previously defined) mapping from a space and time domain to a co-domain consisting of one or more parameters, e.g. multi-band brightness temperatures -represented as vector Q: However, from a computational  ... 
doi:10.1080/20964471.2017.1404232 fatcat:myfmxfhmubdg3msse266ktup4u

Negotiations Framework for Monitoring the Sustainability of Interoperability Solutions [chapter]

Carlos Coutinho, Adina Cretan, Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves
2012 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper proposes a methodology and a framework that provide critical businesses a control mechanism over the interoperability solutions in place on their subcontracted enterprises, imposing negotiations  ...  This, added to the improvements on the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), led to a paradigm shift from product-centrism to service-centrism and to the need to communicate and interoperate  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge the support of the European Commission through the funding of the UNITE, MSEE and ENSEMBLE FP7 projects, and the European Space Agency -Concurrent Design Facility (ESA-CDF  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33068-1_16 fatcat:5oa6fsotz5funoyhu4esy4eco4

Solving the Modeling Dilemma as a Foundation for Interoperability

Bernd Blobel, Frank Oemig
2018 European Journal for Biomedical Informatics  
The approach requires the exchange of data in a highly interoperable fashion across different disciplines and domains.  ...  interoperability solutions.  ...  Meeting the objectives of improving safety, quality and efficiency of care with ICT support requires advancing interoperability between computer systems towards a business process specific co-operation  ... 
doi:10.24105/ejbi.2018.14.3.2 fatcat:rzv2toseqffbvdnmcjpgnhxlg4

A contribution of system theory to sustainable enterprise interoperability science base

Yves Ducq, David Chen, Guy Doumeingts
2012 Computers in industry (Print)  
Even if the research domain related to interoperability has been developed for more than ten years and particularly for the last eight years, the different kinds of interoperability and the different problems  ...  After an introduction which reminds the definition of Enterprise Interoperability and the development of this domain in Europe, the system theory conceptsare introduced.  ...  Figure 3 : 3 The problem space of enterprise interoperability Figure 4 . 4 Problem space vs. solution space of enterprise interoperability domain Indeed based on the hypotheses made, the research in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2012.08.005 fatcat:quxmlkbnxvbr7e7lrt7ydkgtha

Metamodels and Information Systems Engineering: a UML-based Approach

Marie-Noëlle Terrasse, George Becker, Marinette Savonnet, Éric Leclercq
2003 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
Metamodels play a major role in most modeling environments. Motivated by a survey of modelers' practice, we show that metamodels are not a suitable description media for modelers.  ...  We propose to build a UML-based metamodeling architecture which encompasses modeling paradigms (multilingual and informal descriptions) and metamodels (monolingual and formal descriptions).  ...  structure (e.g., an inheritance hierarchy, a graph, a lattice).  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/TerrasseBSL03 fatcat:idaoxrieqvbtzo6t444fiw6jli

Ontologies for Semantically Interoperable Electronic Commerce [chapter]

Leo Obrst, Howard Liu, Robert Wray, Lori Wilson
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Second, we present arguments towards why 828 needs ontologies and the nature of the problems faced.  ...  In this paper we discuss the use of ontologies to support semantically interoperable 828 electronic commerce. First, we describe the nature of 828 and the kinds of applications used.  ...  An ontology is a structured conceptual model of an e-commerce domain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_33 fatcat:xrhzfgi6e5cfvcxsszt654rzo4

Why Do We Need an Architectural Approach to Interoperability?

Bernd Blobel, Frank Oemig
2016 European Journal for Biomedical Informatics  
Conclusions: Advanced healthcare systems require not just communication standards for enabling interoperability, but also multi-domain, ontology-driven interoperability standards based on a generic reference  ...  When extending the consideration beyond ICT systems towards real world business systems, the architecture of non-ICT systems regarding their structure and behavior must be represented to be shared as required  ...  concepts of the problem space.  ... 
doi:10.24105/ejbi.2016.12.1.2 fatcat:st4uilegvfc4rademu56pssyve

Challenges and Solutions for Designing and Managing pHealth Ecosystems

Bernd Blobel
2019 Frontiers in Medicine  
The related pHealth ecosystem combines different domains represented by a huge variety of different human and non-human actors belonging to different policy domains, coming from different disciplines.  ...  For improving quality and safety of healthcare as well as efficiency and efficacy of care processes, health systems turn toward personalized, preventive, predictive, participative precision medicine.  ...  This includes the way of structuring and naming the concepts of the problem space.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2019.00083 pmid:31058157 pmcid:PMC6482232 fatcat:vulaefyecnairlj47kmij5giyy

Models for Space Unite! The Need and Opportunities for Domain-transcendent Modelling of Spatial Data (short paper)

Frans Knibbe
2021 Extended Semantic Web Conference  
Space is a fundamental aspect of the real world, and making it so in the models that govern the digital world will yield an invaluable reward: system interoperability through data harmonisation.  ...  This position paper makes a case for a unified way of representing spatial information. For spatial data it should not matter from which knowledge domain they originate.  ...  Another reason why a universal space ontology has not been developed yet is the aforementioned entrenchment of space in disparate domains.  ... 
dblp:conf/esws/Knibbe21 fatcat:v6x5fplg75cvzcg6k6h7un64x4

The role of ontologies for sustainable, semantically interoperable and trustworthy EHR solutions

Bernd Blobel, Dipak Kalra, Marc Koehn, Ken Lunn, Peter Pharow, Pekka Ruotsalainen, Stefan Schulz, Barry Smith
2009 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
As health systems around the world turn towards highly distributed, specialized and cooperative structures to increase quality and safety of care as well as efficiency and efficacy of delivery processes  ...  It particularly highlights a turn towards ontology-driven architectures. The workshop is a joint activity of the EFMI Working Groups "Electronic Health Records" and "Security, Safety and Ethics".  ...  Objectives and Structure of the Workshop The workshop aims at a discussion of requirements and solutions for sustainable, semantically interoperable and trustworthy EHR solutions, thereby considering the  ... 
pmid:19745454 pmcid:PMC4896069 fatcat:emcxat32zfhx5kayumsgzvzwqu

CSE Software Ecosystems: Critical Instruments of Scientific Discovery

Lois Curfman McInnes, Michael Heroux, J. David Moulton, David Bernholdt, Xiaoye Li, Tim Scheibe, Ulrike Meier Yang, And All IDEAS Project Members
2017 Figshare  
foundation of a community CSE software ecosystem, use these best practices and software to achieve science advances (e.g., in subsurface flow with hydrological and biogeochemical recycling), and engage  ...  will also highlight multipronged work in the IDEAS Scientific Software Productivity Project to distill and promote best practices in software engineering and productivity for CSE, develop the xSDK as a  ...  linear systems, featuring a semi-structured interface  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4708543.v2 fatcat:vxh5hbxnobf45h3kgn45ougef4

Model interoperability in building information modelling

Jim Steel, Robin Drogemuller, Bianca Toth
2010 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
From a technical perspective, the domain represents an interesting study in model-based interoperability, since the models are large and complex, and the industry is one in which collaboration is a vital  ...  We report on the successes and challenges in these endeavours, as the industry endeavours to move further towards fully digitised information exchange.  ...  The most significant defining characteristics of BIM as a domain for interoperability are collaboration and scale.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-010-0178-4 fatcat:jfk6ugt2e5gbnod3tmgqt5gfay

Semantic Research for Digital Libraries

Hsinchun Chen
1999 D-Lib Magazine  
interoperability problems-structural interoperability, media interoperability, and multilingual interoperability.  ...  The Knowledge Networking initiative focuses on the integration of knowledge from different sources and domains across space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1045/october99-chen fatcat:gxlv5znrxza2xmpcak7h4noway

Ontologies for semantically interoperable systems

Leo Obrst
2003 Proceedings of the twelfth international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '03  
thus ensuring greater semantic interoperability and integration.  ...  We argue that information technology has evolved into a world of largely loosely coupled systems and as such, needs increasingly more explicit, machineinterpretable semantics.  ...  ONTOLOGIES AND SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY Because ontologies explicitly represent domain semantics, i.e., the entities in a domain, and their properties and relationships in the information world as approximately  ... 
doi:10.1145/956863.956932 dblp:conf/cikm/Obrst03 fatcat:5eadoslppfav5gqfr5hl74mc7a
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