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|Author(s):||Marko Vujasinovic; Nenad Ivezic; Boonserm Kulvatunyou; Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr.; Michele Missikoff; Francesco Taglino; Zuran Marjanovic; Igor Miletic;|
|Title:||A Semantic-Mediation Architecture for Interoperable Supply-Chain Applications|
|Published:||November 10, 2008|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a semantic-mediation architecture that enables standards-based interoperability between heterogeneous supply-chain applications. The architecture was implemented using a state-of-the-art semantic-mediation toolset for design-time and run-time integration tasks. The design-time tools supported a domain ontology definition, message annotations, message schema transformations, and reconciliation rules specifications. The run-time tools performed exchanges, transformations, and reconciliations of the messages. The architecture supports an supply-chain integration scenario where heterogeneous automotive manufacturing supply-chain applications exchange inventory information.|
|Citation:||International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
|Keywords:||semantic-mediation architecture, supply-chain interoperability, ontologies, standards-based interoperability|
|Research Areas:||Supply Chain, Ontologies, Manufacturing|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (415KB)|