Enterprise Interoperability: I-ESA'12 Proceedings

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In a fast changing world governed by innovative Enterprise Services and the Future Internet, the issue of Enterprise Interoperability is no longer limited to the interoperation of systems within a single company, but has become a much greater multi-view issue of interoperability throughout a Network of Enterprises.
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Overview

In a fast changing world governed by innovative Enterprise Services and the Future Internet, the issue of Enterprise Interoperability is no longer limited to the interoperation of systems within a single company, but has become a much greater multi-view issue of interoperability throughout a Network of Enterprises.
This book contains the proceedings of 13 workshops presented as short papers and discussions held at each workshop. The workshops were co-located with the
I-ESA’12 Conference organized by the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain.
Complementary to the conference program, the workshops aimed at exploiting new issues, challenges and solutions for Enterprise Interoperability. The scope of the workshops spanned a wide range of interoperability issues in Service Science and Innovation, Model Driven Interoperability, Service Oriented Architectures, Factories of the Future, Enterprise Networks and Management, SME Aspects and Standards.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781848214262
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/29/2013
  • Series: ISTE Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword xiii
R. POLER

Preface xv
M. ZELM, R. SANCHIZ, R. POLER, G. DOUMEINGTS

Workshop A1 – Service Science and the Next Wave in Enterprise Interoperability 1

Workshop A1 Summary 3
K. KUTSIKOS

Industrialization Strategies and Enterprise Interoperability: The Consumer Banking Case 5
E. BAGLIERI, E. ZAMBOLIN

Responsibility Aspects in Service Engineering for e-Government 11
C. FELTUS, A. KHADRAOUI, A. YURCHYSHYNA, M. LÉONARD, E. DUBOIS

Workshop A2 – Service Innovation in the EU Manufacturing Industry: from Products to Services to Solutions 19

Workshop A2 Summary 21
G. DOUMEINGTS

The MSEE Integrated Project 23
C. GUGLIELMINA, S. GUSMEROLI

Applying FI Core Platform to Manufacturing Service Ecosystems 31
A. FRIESEN

Services for Cloud Manufacturing 39
X. XIAOFEI, N. LANSHUN, Z. DECHEN, J. LARTIGAU

“A roadmap of ICT for Manufacturing in the ‘Horizon 2020’ prospective” 47
M. TAISCH, G. TAVOLA

Workshop A3 – Interoperability for Crisis Management (I-CriMa) 55

Workshop A3 Summary 57
F. BÉNABEN

Crisis Management Workflow Deduction and Orchestration in a Service-orientated Context 59
F. BÉNABEN, C. HANACHI, V. CHAPURLAT, N. SALATGÉ, J.P. PIGNON

Towards an Agile Information Decision Support System in a Transport Crisis Context 67
G. MACÉ RAMÈTE, M. LAURAS, F. BÉNABEN, J. LAMOTHE

Towards an Interoperable IT Platform for Better Coordination of Crisis Response 75
M. LAURAS, A. CHARLES, S. TRUPTIL, F. BÉNABEN

Workshop B1 – Architecture Modeling for the Future Internet Enabled Enterprise (AMFInE) 83

Workshop B1 Summary 85
M. VAN SINDEREN

Preparing the Future Internet for ad-hoc Business Network Support 87
M. VAN SINDEREN, R. LAGERSTRÖM, M. EKSTEDT, P. JOHNSON

Generating Dynamic Cross-organizational Process Visualizations through Abstract View Model Pattern Matching 95
M. HAUDER, F. MATTHES, S. ROTH, C. SCHULZ

Authorization Language for Inter-Enterprise 103
M. BIAGI, R. GUANCIALE

Architecture Modeling for Interoperability Analysis on the Future Internet 111
J. ULLBERG, R. LAGERSTRÖM, M. VAN SINDEREN, P. JOHNSON

A Model-driven Approach to Achieve Enterprise Collaboration with Interoperable Services and Situational Awareness 119
F. BÉNABEN, H. PINGAUD

Workshop B2 – Intelligent Manufacturing Networks (iNet): Strategic and Operational Activity Alignment 127

Workshop B2 Summary 129
L. CANETTA

Extending the Conceptual Model for MRP IV 133
M. DÍAZ-MADROÑERO, J. MULA, D. PEIDRO

Measuring Enterprise Resilience 139
R. SANCHIS, R. POLER

Methodological Support for Collaborative and Non-Hierarchical Network Operation for Complex Product Manufacturing 145
A.H.M. SHAMSUZZOHA, T. KANKAANPÄÄ, L. CARNEIRO, R. FORNASIERO

Methodology for Supplier Incentivization in the Machinary and Equipment Industry 153
G. SCHUH, T. POTENTE, T. JASINSKI, T. FROITZHEIM

Tools for Supporting Collaborative Processes in Non-Hierarchical Networks 161
B. ANDRÉS, R. POLER

Workshop B3 – Advanced Results in Model Driven Interoperability (MDI)/Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Innovation 167

Workshop B3 Summary 169
Y. DUCQ, G. DOUMEINGTS

Achieving Interoperability via Model Transformation within the MDI 171
E.M. SILVA, C. AGOSTINHO, R. JARDIM-GONCALVES

A Model Driven Approach for the Modeling of Services in a Virtual Enterprise 181
D. CHEN, Y. DUCQ, G. DOUMEINGTS, G. ZACHAREWICZ, T. ALIX

Model-driven Engineering of Mediation Information System: Application to the ISTA3 Use-case 189
N. BOISSEL-DALLIER, F. BÉNABEN, H. PINGAUD

A Model Driven Ontology-based Approach for Manufacturing Knowledge Sharing in PLM 197
N. CHUNGOORA, R. YOUNG, G. GUNENDRAN, Z. USMAN, N. ANJUM, C. PALMER, J. HARDING, K. CASE, A.F. CUTTING-DECELLE

Workshop C1 – Factories of the Future – Enabling Interoperability over the Complete Supply Chain 205

Workshop C1 Summary 207
S. KOUSSOURIS, R. JARDIM-GONCALVES

Management of Dynamic Furniture Manufacturing Networks 209
J. FERREIRA, M. FERRO DE BECA, M.J. NUNEZ, R. JARDIM-GONCALVES

Competence Management for Collaborative Manufacturing Networks 219
J. BAL, S.M. NABAVIEH

Anything Relationship Management as a basis for Global Process Management in Network Enterprises 227
J. BRITSCH, B. KÖLMEL

Partner Selection and Management Issues in Dynamic Manufacturing Networks 235
K. GEORGOULIAS, N. PAPAKOSTAS, G. CHRYSSOLOURIS

EPES System – Innovative System for Optimization of the Product Lifecycle through Adapted Services 243
M. SORLI, A. ARMIJO, L. GARCÍA-ZAMBRANO

Interoperability for a Networked Enterprise based on a Cloud Computing Infrastructure 251
M. KHALFALLAH, N. FIGAY, M. BARHAMGI, P. GHODOUS

Semantic-driven Autonomic Service Bus 259
C. DIOP, E. EXPOSITO, K. DRIRA, C. CHASSOT

Towards a Novel Framework for Handling Multi-level SLA in Cross-organizational Enterprise Collaboration 267
I. GUIDARA, N. GUERMOUCHE, T. CHAARI, S. TAZI

User Experience Enhanced Smart Search for B2B Marketplaces 275
S. GAFFAROÐLU, E. GÜLGENER

New Environment for Innovation and Creativity 283
E. GOUROVA, K. TOTEVA

Workshop C2 – A Future Vision for Manufacturing Enterprise Interoperability (MEI) 291

Workshop C2 Summary 293
R. YOUNG

Digital Ecosystems Vision for Manufacturing Enterprise Interoperability 295
R. DE JUAN-MARÍN, V. MATOSES, R. DARÍO FRANCO

Missing Interoperability in Industrial Implementations 303
F.-W. JAEKEL

Manufacturing Enterprise Interoperability: An Industrial Viewpoint 309
N.K. HASTILOW, R.I. YOUNG

Workshop C3 – Delivering a Competitive Edge to Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) 315

Workshop C3 Summary 317
G. BHULLAR, A. ORTIZ

Lean Manufacturing Implementation in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME): Strengths and Weaknesses 319
G.G.M.P. DA SILVA, D. FERRARI TUBINO

EU Funded Projects – Best Tools for Interoperability Enhancement in Construction Industry 331
A.P. MINASOWICZ, P.O. NOWAK, J. J. ZAWISTOWSKI

Workshop D3 – A Science Base for Enterprise Interoperability – Structure, Control and Progress Review 339

Workshop D3 Summary 341
K. POPPLEWELL

Towards the Definition of a Science Base for Enterprise Interoperability: A Progress Report 343
K. POPPLEWELL

Interoperability Body of Knowledge: the Genesis for Enterprise Interoperability Science 351
R. JARDIM-GONCALVES, A. GRILO, C. AGOSTINHO

Towards a Convergence of Enterprise Interoperability and the FInES Research Roadmap 359
P. ASSOGNA, M. M. MISSIKOFF

Sustainable Interoperability Framework for Supporting Negotiation Processes 365
C. COUTINHO, A. CRETAN, R. JARDIM-GONCALVES

How System Theory Supports a Science for Enterprise Interoperability 373
Y. DUCQ, G. DOUMEINGTS, D. CHEN

Workshop E1 – Enterprise Interoperation Management (EIM) 381

Workshop E1 Summary 383
F.-W. JAEKEL, Y. DUCQ

Business Intelligence and Enterprise Interoperability: Literature Review 385
S. BINOBAID and I. FAN

Workshop E2 – Standards Improving Enterprise Interoperability Benefits for a Service-oriented Future Internet 395

Workshop E2 Summary 397
P. DE SABBATA, D. CHEN

Supporting Interoperability in Smart Grids 401
J. GONZÁLEZ, C. DÄNEKAS, J. TREFKE, M. USLAR

A Model to Analyze Critical Factors in B2B Interoperability Standards Lifecycle 409
A. BRUTTI, P. DE SABBATA, G. CIACCIO, A. FRASCELLA, C. NOVELLI

Management of Metadata and XML Schemas for e-Justice Interoperability 415
P. KEIZER, P. VAN DER EIJK

Global eBusiness Interoperability Test Beds (GITB) Facilitating Large Scale Projects in Europe 423
O. BAUSÀ, C. LEGNER

Workshop E3 – Standardization Management 431

Workshop E3 Summary 433
K. JAKOBS

Managing Standards Development in Emergent Fields of Technology Innovation – a Proposed Model of Key Processes in ICT Standardization 435
T. HOEL, J.M. PAWLOWKI

Electric Vehicle Standardization Management 443
M. GERST, G. XUDONG

Understanding Standardization Strategy based on Miles and Snow Strategic Framework 449
B.G. KANG, B.H. JUN

Standards Engineers – Who Needs Them? 457
C. FREERICKS

Author Index 465

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