Enterprise Inter- and Intra-Organizational Integration: Building International Consensus / Edition 1by Kurt Kosanke
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
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.
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Table of ContentsCommittees 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.
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