Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organizational Integration: Building International Consensus / Edition 1

Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organizational Integration: Building International Consensus / Edition 1

by Kurt Kosanke
     
 

ISBN-10: 1402072775

ISBN-13: 9781402072772

Pub. Date: 11/30/2002

Publisher: Springer US

The international initiative on Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organisational Integration (EI3-IC) had the objective to increase both international consen­ sus (IC) and public awareness on enterprise integration. In these proceedings we intend to present the current status in inter- and intra-organisational inte­ gration for electronic commerce and thereby to…  See more details below

Overview

The international initiative on Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organisational Integration (EI3-IC) had the objective to increase both international consen­ sus (IC) and public awareness on enterprise integration. In these proceedings we intend to present the current status in inter- and intra-organisational inte­ gration for electronic commerce and thereby to further increase awareness and consensus within academia and industry about enterprise inter-and intra­ organisational integration. The conference proceedings contain the papers presented at the ICEIMT conference in Valencia, Spain, selected papers presented at the different workshops and three papers on the initiative itself: overview, history and results. The proceedings follow the conference structure with each section (Parts 2 to 5) starting with the workgroup reports, followed by a particular view on the section theme and additional papers either presented at the con­ ference or during the related workshop. Section editorials discuss the differ­ ent contributions. As stated in the paper by Nell and Goranson in section 1 the results from all workshops indicate the important role of business processes in the area of e-commerce and virtual enterprises. Sharing relevant knowledge between co­ operating partners and making it available for decision support at all levels of management and across organisational boundaries will significantly en­ hance the trust between the partners on the different levels of partner opera­ tions (strategy, policy, operation and transaction). Clearly business process modelling can significantly enhance establishment, operation and decom­ mission of the required collaboration.

Read More

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402072772
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
11/30/2002
Series:
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Series, #108
Edition description:
2003
Pages:
426
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Committees of the EI3-IC. Acknowledgements. Foreword - The European Commission. Foreword - The US National Institute of Standards and Technology. Preface.
Part 1: Overview and Results. EI3-IC Overview; K. Kosanke. ICEIMT: History and Challenges; H.T. Goranson. Accomplishments of the ICEIMT'02; J.G. Nell, H.T. Goranson. Enterprise Modelling and Integration; F.B Vernadat.
Part 2: Knowledge Management in Inter- and Intra-Organisational Environments. A Merged Future for Knowledge Management and Enterprise Modeling; H.T. Goranson, et al. Anchoring Knowledge in Business-Process Models to support Interoperability of Virtual Organizations; P. Heisig, et al. Managing Processes and Knowledge in Inter-Organisational Environments; D. Chen, et al. Ontologies and their Role in Knowledge Management and E-Business Modelling; H. Akkermans. Semantic Bridging of Independent Enterprise Ontologies; M.N. Huhns, L.M. Stephens. Active Knowledge Models and Enterprise Knowledge Management; F. Lillehagen, J. Krogstie. Synthesising an Industrial Strength Enterprise Ontology; C. Partridge, M. Stefanova.
Part 3: Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organisational Engineering and Integration. Agents and Advanced Virtual Enterprises: Needs and an Approach; H.T. Goranson, et al. Virtual Enterprise Planning Methods and Concepts; R.H. Weston, et al. Quality of Virtual Enterprise Reference Models; P. Bernus. The Business Process (Quiet) Revolution; M.H. Levi. Enterprise Architecture and Systems Engineering; P. Webb. Proposal of a Reference Framework for Manufacturing Systems Engineering; G. von Cieminski, et al. The Users View of Enterprise Integration and the Enterprise Process Architecture; J.C. Mendez Barreiro. Matching Teams to Business Processes; N. Byer, R.H. Weston. Analysis of Perceptions of Personnel at Organisational Levels on the Integration of Product, Functional and Process Orientations; R.S. Aguilar-Savén. Challenges to Multi-Enterprise Integration; W.J. Tolone, et al. Practices in Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Firms; R. Poler Escoto, et al. Component-Based Automotive Production Systems; R.H. Weston, et al. The MISSION Project; M. Rabe, F.-W. Jaekel.
Part 4: Interoperability of Business Process and Enterprise Models. System Requirements: Products, Processes and Models; J.G. Nell, et al. Ontologies as a New Cost Factor in Enterprise Integration; H.T. Goranson, et al. From Integration To Collaborative Business; M. Payne. Enterprise Interoperability: A Standardisation View; D. Chen, F.B. Vernadat. Interoperability of Standards to Support Application Integration; E. de la Hostria. MultiView Program Status: Data Standards for the Integrated Digital Environment; R.L. Engwall, J.W. Reber. Workflow Quality of Service; J. Cardoso, et al. Improving PDM Systems Integration Using Software Agents; Yinsheng Li, et al. Ontologies for Semantically Interoperable Electronic Commerce; L. Obrst, et al.
Part 5: Common Representation of Enterprise Models. Steps in Enterprise Modelling; I.L. Kotsiopoulos, et al. New Support Technologies for Enterprise Integration; H.T. Goranson, et al. Some Methodological Clues for Defining a Unified Enterprise Modelling Language; M. Petit. Common Representation through UEML - Requirements and Approach; R. Jochem. UML Semantics Representation of Enterprise Modelling Constructs; H. Panetto. Language Semantics; I.L. Kotsiopoulos.

Read More

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >