Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise

Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise Architect


ISBN: 978-0-387-26608-4 (Print) 978-0-387-29766-8 (Online)

Table of contents (39 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. ICEIMT 04

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-8

      A’ standards’ Foundation for Interoperability

    3. Chapter

      Pages 9-20

      Standards in Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organisational Integration

    4. Chapter

      Pages 21-37

      Integrating Enterprise Model Views through Alignment of Metamodels

    5. Chapter

      Pages 39-52

      Semantic Distance and Enterprise Integration

    6. Chapter

      Pages 53-66

      The Nature of Knowledge and its Sharing through Models

    7. Chapter

      Pages 67-77

      ATHENA Integrated Project and the Mapping to International Standard ISO 15704

    8. Chapter

      Pages 79-91

      Architectural Principles for Enterprise Frameworks: Guidance for Interoperability

    9. Chapter

      Pages 93-104

      UEML: a Further Step

    10. Chapter

      Pages 105-115

      Connecting EAI-Domains Via SOA— Central vs. Distributed Approaches to Establish Flexible Architectures

    11. Chapter

      Pages 117-130

      A Meta-methodology for Collaborative Network Organisations: A Case Study and Reflections

    12. Chapter

      Pages 131-141

      An Ontological Approach to Characterising Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

    13. Chapter

      Pages 143-160

      Coherent Models of Processes and Human Systems

    14. Chapter

      Pages 161-171

      If Business Models Could Speak! Efficient: a Framework for Appraisal, Design and Simulation of Electronic Business Transactions

    15. Chapter

      Pages 173-181

      Building a Better Team

    16. Chapter

      Pages 183-192

      A Reference Model for Human Supply Chain Integration: an Interdisciplinary Approach

    17. Chapter

      Pages 193-202

      A Proposition for Risk Analysis in Manufacturing and Enterprise Modeling

    18. Chapter

      Pages 203-213

      An Ontology for Static Knowledge Provenance

    19. Chapter

      Pages 215-224

      Object Model for Planning and Scheduling Integration in Discrete Manufacturing Enterprises

    20. Chapter

      Pages 225-236

      B2B Applications, BPEL4WS, Web Services and .NET in the Context of MDA

    21. Chapter

      Pages 237-247

      A Research Framework for Operationalizing Measures of Enterprise Integration

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