Gonçalves, Ricardo J.

Enterprise Interoperability II

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Table of contents

Part I. Enterprise Modelling and Interoperability Engineering

1. Requirements for Implementing Business Process Models through Composition of Semantic Web Services
Ingo Weber

2. Requirements Engineering for Improving Business/IT Alignment in Security Risk Management Methods
N. Mayer, E. Dubois, A. Rifaut

3. An Ontology for Requirements Analysis of Managers’ Policies in Financial Institutions
C. Feltus, A. Rifaut

4. Interoperability Requirements derived from Interoperability Dimensions
Roland Jochem, Thomas Knothe

5. Peer-to-Peer Supported Design Infrastructure for Collaborative Business Processing
P. Walter, D. Werth, P. Loos

6. Model Transformations with Reference Models
W. -J Heuve, M Jeusfeld

7. Comparing GRL and KAOS using the UEML Approach
R. Matulevicius, P. Heymans, A. L. Opdahl

8. Integrated solution to support enterprise interoperability at the business process level on e-Procurement
R. Costa, O. Garcia, M. J. Nuñez, P. Maló, R. Gonçalves

9. Access and Semantic Level Integration of Building Models for Cooperative Fire Protection Planning
M. Lange, U Rüppel

10. Business Process Modelling and Flexibility
S. Nurcan

11. Analysing CIM2PIM Approaches to Improve Interoperability
Reyes Grangel, Kleber Correa, Fulvio D’Antonio, Jean-Pierre Bourey, Arne J. Berre

12. Using IIAM to Assess Interoperability Investments: a Case Study
M. Grandin-Dubost, T. Finet, B Lebreton, G. Doumeingts

Part II. Distributed, Decentralized and Adaptable Interoperability Architecture

13. The EIC - A consensus-centric approach for cross-organizational e-Business standards diffusion
T. Samsonowa, C. Schroth

14. Improving Interoperability in Collaborative Modelling
S. Roser, B. Bauer

15. Designing a Service Oriented Domain Architecture
J. L. Müller, G. Zhang, T. Kahl, P. Müller

16. Decomposition of Supply Networks - Business Modelling and Interoperability
P. Hofbauer, U. Negretto

17. An Ontology of Interoperability in Inter-Enterprise Communities
Toni Ruokolainen, Yannick Naudet, Thibaud Latour

18. ICT interoperability challenges in decentral, cross-enterprise product engineering
Patrick D. Stiefel, Jörg P. Müller

19. A Security Framework for Smart Ubiquitous Industrial Resources
A. Naumenko, A. Katasonov, V. Terziyan

20. Interoperability through a Platform-Independent Model for Agents
Christian Hahn, Cristián Madrigal-Mora, Klaus Fischer

21. Architecture for the Design and Agent-Based Implementation of Cross-Organizational Business Processes
T. Kahl, I. Zinnikus, S. Roser, C. Hahn, J. Ziemann, J. P. Müller, K. Fischer

22. The Data Grid for the Collaboration Development in the Virtual Enterprise
D. Cui, L. Song

23. Conformance Test of Federated Choreographies
J. Eder, M. Lehmann, A. Tahamtan

Part III. Tools and Methodologies for Enterprise Interoperability

24. Evaluating Quality of Enterprise Modelling Languages: The UEML solution
V. Anaya, G. Berio, M. J. Verdecho

25. Towards a common repository for governmental data: A modelling framework and real world application
S. Mouzakitis, F. Lampathaki, C. Schroth, U. Scheper, T. Janner

26. Improving the collaboration ability among SMEs by developing an open source based collaboration tool
J. B. Hauge, R. Stevens, A. Imtiaz

27. Cartography for designing collaborative processes
V. Rajsiri, J. P. Lorré, F. Bénaben, H. Pingaud

28. Building and validating a Manufacturing Ontology to achieve Interoperability
V. Chapurlat, D. Diep, A. Kalogeras, J. Gialelis

29. A Graph based approach for interoperability evaluation
Séverine Blanc, Yves Ducq, Bruno Vallespir

30. Product Ontology Supporting Information Exchanging in Global Furniture Industry
Carlos Alberto Costa, Valeria L. Salvador, Lara M. Meira, Germana Farina Rechden, Cristian Koliver

31. Living Labs — a new multi-stakeholder approach to user integration
A. J. Schumacher, B. K. Feurstein

32. TermExtractor: a Web Application to Learn the Shared Terminology of Emergent Web Communities
F. Sclano, P. Velardi

33. SMDA: A Service Model Driven Architecture
X. F. Xu, T. Mo, Z. J. Wang

34. Enterprise Interoperability enabling Enterprise Collaboration
K. Mertins, T. Knothe, F. -W. Jäkel

35. Classifying Interoperability Problems for a Method Chunk Repository
M. A. Jeusfeld, P. Backlund, J. Ralyté

Part IV. Semantics and Knowledge Aspects in Enterprise Interoperability

36. Towards an Ontology using a Concern-Oriented Approach for Information Systems Analysis
C. Bogdan, D. Luzi, F. L. Ricci, L. D. Serbanati

37. Integrating HAD Organizational Data Assets using Semantic Web Technologies
J. Cardoso

38. Formalizing the OPAL eBusiness ontology design patterns with OWL
F. D’Antonio, M. Missikoff, F. Taglino

39. An Approach for Building an OWL Ontology for Workflow Interoperability
S. Hamri, N. Boudjlida, M. Boufaida

40. Enabling Cross-Border Interoperability: Modelling Legal Rules for Electronic Transactions in the European Union
G. Gionis, Y. Charalabidis, K. Sourouni, D. Askounis

41. On capturing information requirements in process specifications
E. J. Barkmeyer, P. Denno

42. OntoMas: a Tutoring System dedicated to Ontology Matching
M. Huza, M. Harzallah, F. Trichet

43. Combined SOA Maturity Model (CSOAMM): Towards a Guide for SOA Adoption
Eva Söderström, Fabian Meier

44. Integration of Job Portals by Meta-search
J. Dorn, T. Naz

Part V. Model-driven and Service-oriented Integration and Development

45. ABILITIES to Support a Federated Architecture Based Interoperability Bus with Groupware and Multimedia
B. Pataki, L. Kovács, C. Guglielmina, A. Arezza

46. Context-Aware Service Compositions: A Way to Facilitate Interoperability
L. Bastida, F. J. Nieto

47. External Integration of an e-Services Hub
G. Jiménez, J. Espadas

48. Transforming GRAI Extended Actigrams into UML Activity Diagrams: a First Step to Model Driven Interoperability
Reyes Grangel, Ramzi Ben Salem, Jean-Pierre Bourey, Nicolas Daclin, Yves Ducq

49. Interoperability Oriented Business Object Model
D. C. Zhan, X. F. Xu, F. C. Meng, Z. J. Wang

50. An Integrated Approach to Model-Driven Design, Execution, Analysis and Monitoring
H. Jonkers, M. -E. Iacob, C. Köllmann, M. Goedicke

51. CCTS-based Business Information Modelling for Increasing Cross-Organizational Interoperability
C. Schroth, G. Pemptroad, T. Janner

52. Applying TTCN to enhance B2B Conformance testing frameworks
S. Onofre, C. Agostinho, R. Jardim-Gonçalves, A. Steiger-Garção

53. Enabling Semantic Mediation for Business Applications: XML-RDF, RDF-XML and XSD-RDFS transformations
I. Miletic, M. Vujasinovic, N. Ivezic, Z. Marjanovic

54. Towards a service-oriented enterprise based on business components identification
S. Chaari, F. Biennier, J. Favrel, C. Benamar

55. Business Level Service-Oriented Enterprise Application Integration
Stanislav Pokraev, Dick A. C. Quartel, Maarten W. A. Steen, Andreas Wombacher, Manfred Reichert

56. Interoperability for transport companies
J. A. Álvarez, J. A. Ortega, L. González, F. Velasco, F. J. Cuberos

Part VI. Collaborative Architecture and Formal Interoperability Approaches

57. Enabling Cross-Organizational Interoperability: A Hybrid e-Business Architecture
G. Gionis, Y. Charalabidis, T. Janner, C. Schroth, S. Koussouris, D. Askounis

58. Challenges in Collaboration: Tool Chain Enables Transparency Beyond Partner Borders
S. Heinonen, J. Kääriäinen, J. Takalo

59. A Case Study in Enterprise Modelling for Interoperable Cross-Enterprise Data Exchange
M. Jankovic, N. Ivezic, T. Knothe, Z. Marjanovic, P. Snack

60. An Interoperable E-business platform towards better integration of New Member States SME’s
K. Tolle, V. Kiauleikis, K. Justinaviciene, G. Knoll, C. Guglielmina, A. Arezza

61. Interoperability in Collaborative Networks: An Innovative Approach for the Shoe Up-Stream Business Segment
Claudia-Melania Chituc, César Toscano, Américo Azevedo

62. The ATHENA Interoperability Framework
A. -J. Berre, B Elvesæter, N. Figay, C. Guglielmina, S. G. Johnsen, D. Karlsen, T. Knothe, S. Lippe

63. Towards precise descriptions for programming language interoperability: a general approach based on operational semantics
Gustavo A. Ospina, Baudouin Charlier

64. Organising Manufacturing Information for Engineering Interoperability
A. G. Gunendran, R. I. M. Young, A. F. Cutting-Decelle, J. P. Bourey

65. Extended Influence Diagram Generation
R. Lagerström, P. Johnson, P. Närman

Part VII. Managing, Measuring and Validating Interoperability

66. Assessing Interoperability in the Retail Industry: The Case of Metro Group
A. Chris Kürschner, B. Frédéric Thiesse

67. An ontology for the Environmental and Safety integration in the construction sector
N. Forcada, M. Casals, M. Gangolells, X. Roca, A. Fuertes

68. The value of interoperability in networked enterprises: the case of health care management companies
A. Chapko, B. Lebreton, T. Finet

69. The Interoperability of Information and its Representation in New Media: A Case Study of a Global Content Provider
J. -C. Mariategui, J. Kallinikos

70. Building B2B middleware — Interoperability knowledge management issues
L. Kutvonen

71. Introducing the Common Non-Functional Ontology
Vandana Kabilan, Paul Johannesson, Sini Ruohomaa, Pirjo Moen, Andrea Herrmann, Rose-Mharie Åhlfeldt, Hans Weigand

72. An Iterative Procedure for Efficient Testing of B2B: A Case in Messaging Service Tests
J. Kim, S. Kulvatunyou

73. Towards Interoperable Healthcare Information Systems: The HL7 Conformance Profile Approach
R. Snelick, P. Rontey, L. Gebase, L. Carnahan

Part VIII. Cross-sector Interoperability Solutions

74. An Intelligent Test Methodology to Achieve Interoperability between Business-to-Business (B2B) Applications
Buhwan Jeong, Hyunbo Cho, Taejong Yoo, Jaegyong Chang

75. Testing and Monitoring E-Business using the Event-driven Test Scripting Language
J. Durand, S. Kulvatunyou, J. Woo, M. J. Martin

76. UN/CEFACT Core Components as the basis for structured business communication by SMEs, employing auto-generated, user adjustable forms
Fred Blommestein, Bertjan Broeksema

77. Interoperability Challenges and Solutions in Automotive Collaborative Product Development
F. Stäber, G. Sobrito, J. P. Müller, U. Bartlang, T. Friese

78. A Case Study in Business Application Development Using Open Source and Semantic Web Technologies
I. Novicic, Z. Kokovic, N. Jakovljevic, V. Ljubicic, M. Bacetic, N. Anicic, Z. Marjanovic, N. Ivezic

79. Interoperability Impact Assessment Model: An Overview
B. Lebreton, C. Legner

80. A primitive ontology model for product lifecycle meta data in the closed-loop PLM
H. B. Jun, D. Kiritsis, P. Xirouchakis

81. SAMBA — An Agent architecture for Ambient Intelligence Elements Interoperability
Arne-Jørgen Berre, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Djamel Khadraoui, François Charoy, George Athanasopoulos, Michael Pantazoglou, Jean-Henry Morin, Pavlos Moraitis, Nikolaos Spanoudakis

82. Determining Runtime Properties of Mobile Software Architectures
Volker Gruhn, Clemens Schäfer

Part IX. Applications, Case Studies, Best Practice and Standards

83. Enabling Interoperability in the Area of Multi-Brand Vehicle Configuration
Michael Klein, Ulrike Greiner, Thomas Genßler, Jürgen Kuhn, Matthias Born

84. Model-Generated Workplaces: An Interoperability Approach
R. K. Rolfsen, D. Boell, C. Pronios, T. Knothe, M. Anastasiou, B. Elvesæter, H. Jørgensen

85. Parsing Effort in a B2B Integration Scenario — An Industrial Case Study
B. Bazijanec, O. Gausmann, K. Turowski

86. Towards automatic semantic integration
Gergely Lukácsy, Péter Szeredi, Tamás Benko

87. Integration of an Acoustic Simulation Tool with CAAD Environments using ifcXML
M. E. Ilal, S. Macit

88. On Web Service Evolution Monitoring
W. Schreiner, Peter Hrastnik

89. Enhancing STEP-based Interoperabity Using Model Morphisms
C. Agostinho, J. Sarraipa, F. D’Antonio, R. Jardim-Gonçalves

90. Schema description for arbitrary data formats with the Data Format Description Language
Anthony Beardsmore

91. Web services to resolve concept identifiers for an effective product data exchange
W. Wilkes, N. Ondracek, M. Oancea, M. Seiceanu

92. Application Development with Virtual Teams: Models and Metrics
D. Radoiu

93. Business Interoperability Profiles: Relating Business Interoperability Issues To Technical Interoperability Solutions
Ulrike Greiner, Christine Legner, Sonia Lippe, Kristin Wende

94. An Approach for Service-Oriented Urbanism
S. Izza, L. Vincent, P. Burlat


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