Book 2007

Enterprise Interoperability II

New Challenges and Approaches

ISBN: 978-1-84628-857-9 (Print) 978-1-84628-858-6 (Online)

Table of contents (94 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Enterprise Modelling and Interoperability Engineering

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-14

      Requirements for Implementing Business Process Models through Composition of Semantic Web Services

    3. Chapter

      Pages 15-26

      Requirements Engineering for Improving Business/IT Alignment in Security Risk Management Methods

    4. Chapter

      Pages 27-38

      An Ontology for Requirements Analysis of Managers’ Policies in Financial Institutions

    5. Chapter

      Pages 39-50

      Interoperability Requirements derived from Interoperability Dimensions

    6. Chapter

      Pages 51-62

      Peer-to-Peer Supported Design Infrastructure for Collaborative Business Processing

    7. Chapter

      Pages 63-75

      Model Transformations with Reference Models

    8. Chapter

      Pages 77-88

      Comparing GRL and KAOS using the UEML Approach

    9. Chapter

      Pages 89-100

      Integrated solution to support enterprise interoperability at the business process level on e-Procurement

    10. Chapter

      Pages 101-110

      Access and Semantic Level Integration of Building Models for Cooperative Fire Protection Planning

    11. Chapter

      Pages 111-114

      Business Process Modelling and Flexibility

    12. Chapter

      Pages 115-118

      Analysing CIM2PIM Approaches to Improve Interoperability

    13. Chapter

      Pages 119-123

      Using IIAM to Assess Interoperability Investments: a Case Study

  3. Distributed, Decentralized and Adaptable Interoperability Architecture

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 125-125

    2. Chapter

      Pages 127-138

      The EIC - A consensus-centric approach for cross-organizational e-Business standards diffusion

    3. Chapter

      Pages 139-150

      Improving Interoperability in Collaborative Modelling

    4. Chapter

      Pages 151-154

      Designing a Service Oriented Domain Architecture

    5. Chapter

      Pages 155-158

      Decomposition of Supply Networks - Business Modelling and Interoperability

    6. Chapter

      Pages 159-170

      An Ontology of Interoperability in Inter-Enterprise Communities

    7. Chapter

      Pages 171-182

      ICT interoperability challenges in decentral, cross-enterprise product engineering

    8. Chapter

      Pages 183-194

      A Security Framework for Smart Ubiquitous Industrial Resources

    9. Chapter

      Pages 195-206

      Interoperability through a Platform-Independent Model for Agents

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