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Towards inter-operable enterprise systems – graph-based validation of a context-driven approach for message profiling

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Author(s)

Nenad Ivezic, Elena Jelisic, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Scott Nieman, Hakju Oh, Zoran Marjanovic

Abstract

Business context has a potential to become a powerful mechanism for interoperable usage and efficient maintenance of message standards. In the literature, there are multiple techniques for its representation and application. Industry use cases have documented multiple issues that come with a currently used technique. Initial assessment of a logic-based technique for business context representation has been conducted and showed that some of the identified issues can be resolved. This paper presents plan for validation of the logic-based technique where recently proposed algorithms will be assessed in realistic integration scenarios. The paper gives details of validation steps, goals that need to be met, and indicates issues that guide our future research plans.
Proceedings Title
APMS 2020 International Conference Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS 2020)
Conference Dates
August 30-September 3, 2020
Conference Location
Novi Sad

Keywords

Business context, Services integration, Enterprise interoperability

Citation

Ivezic, N. , Jelisic, E. , Kulvatunyou, B. , Nieman, S. , Oh, H. and Marjanovic, Z. (2020), Towards inter-operable enterprise systems – graph-based validation of a context-driven approach for message profiling, APMS 2020 International Conference Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS 2020), Novi Sad, -1, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=930657 (Accessed October 19, 2021)
Created August 31, 2020, Updated September 17, 2020