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Proceedings of the Workshops of the Third International IFIP Working Conference IWEI 2011

Edited by Martin Zelm, IWEI 2011 Workshop Chair, Germany Marten van Sinderen, University of Twente, The Netherlands Guy Doumeingts, INTEROP-VLab Pontus Johnson, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

ISBN: 9781848213173

Publication Date: June 2011   Hardback   288 pp.

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The book contains the short papers of the Third International IFIP Working Conference on Enterprise Interoperability, IWEI 2011, held March 22-23, 2011, in Stockholm, Sweden, and the papers of the co-located IWEI Workshops, held on March 21, 2011.
The IWEI Working Conference highlighted developments in the following areas: scientific foundations for specifying, analyzing and validating interoperability solutions; architectural frameworks for addressing interoperability challenges from different viewpoints and at different levels of abstraction; maturity models to evaluate and rank interoperability solutions with respect to distinguished quality criteria; and working sets of practical solutions, standards and tools that can be applied to interoperability problems.
The IWEI Workshops complemented the IWEI Working Conference and explored new issues and solutions in enterprise interoperability in four separate workshops: (1) Enterprise 2.0 Using Internet 2.0 Technologies in Enterprise Management; (2) Semantic Interoperability in the Scope of Future Energy Smart Grids; (3) Advanced Results in MDI/SOA Innovation; and (4) Standards Ensuring Enterprise Interoperability and Collaboration State of the Art and Perspectives. The Workshops offered opportunities to discuss issues raised and to brainstorm about possible solution directions.

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Part 1: Workshop Proceedings
1. Enterprise 2.0, Using the Internet 2.0 Technologies in the Enterprise Management.
2. Semantic Interoperability in the scope of future Energy Smart Grids.
Interoperability between temporal domains in real-time control of active distribution networks, Lars Nordström, Rune Gustavsson.
Solving the Mismatches between the Electric System Ontologies, R. Santodomingo, J.A. Rodríguez-Mondéjar, M.A. Sanz-Bobi.
Dynamic Virtual Enterprises - The Challenges of the Utility Industry for Enterprise Architecture Management, Sabine Buckl, Rolf Marliani, Florian Matthes, Christian M. Schweda
Coping with Smart Grid - Standardization and Enterprise Architecture at your Service, Matthias Postina, Mathias Uslar, Sebastian Rohjans, and Ulrike Steffens
A Standards-Based Security Approach with InteroperableInterfaces for the Smart Grid, P. Beenken, C. Pries, S. Abels, M. Uslar
3. Advanced results in MDI / SOA innovation
Reference ontologies for manufacturing based ecosystems, R Young, N Chungoora, Z Usman, N Anjum, G. Gunendran, C. Palmer, J Harding, K Case, A-F Cutting-Decelle
Interoperability for product design and manufacturing Application in Aeronautical Industry sub-contracting, Yves Ducq, Nabila Zouggar, Jean Christophe Deschamps Guy Doumeingts
Knowledge based System for Semantics Adaptability of Enterprise Information Systems, Joao Sarraipa, R. Goncalves
Model-driven Service Interoperability, Dumitru Roman, Brice Morin, Arne J. Berre
MDA for SOA management of crisis, Anne-Marie Barthe, Frédérick Bénaben, , Sébastien Truptil, Jean Pierre Lorré, Hervé Pingaud
4. Standards ensuring Enterprise Interoperability and Collaboration, the state of art and the perspectives
Standards and Initiatives for Service Modeling - The Case of OMG SoaML, Dumitru Roman, Arne Berre
Standards for eBusiness in SMEs networks: the increasing role of customisation rules and conformance testing tools to achieve interoperability, Arianna Brutti, Piero de Sabbata, Angelo Frascella, Cristiano Novelli, Nicola Gessa
CEN/ISO 11354 Framework and Maturity Model for Enterprise Interoperability, David Chen
Standards ensuring Enterprise Interoperability and Collaboration, Challenges and Opportunities, Martin Forsberg
Part 2: IWEI 2011 Short Papers
Modelling Enterprise Architecture Transformations, Sabine Buckl, Florian Matthes, Ivan Monahov, Christian M. Schweda
Lexical, Syntactic and Semantic Comparison of Business Vocabulary and Rules, Iker Martínez de Soria, Xabier Larrucea, Naiara Esteban
SA-Policy: Semantic Annotations for WS Policy, Nicola Boissel-Dallier, Jean Pierre Lorré, Frédérick Bénaben
Shape Feature Based Ontological Engineering Product Models, Najam Anjum, Jenny Harding,Bob Young, Keith Case
Wrapping Legacy System to Support SOA Migration Using Enterprise Service Bus, Timo Kokko, Jenni Vainio, Tarja Systä

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