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Enterprise Engineering and Integration - Building International Consensus : Proceedings of ICEIMT '97, International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modeling Technology, Torino, Italy, October 28-30, 1997 : Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology - Kurt Kosanke

Enterprise Engineering and Integration - Building International Consensus : Proceedings of ICEIMT '97, International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modeling Technology, Torino, Italy, October 28-30, 1997

Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology

By: Kurt Kosanke (Editor), James G. Nell (Editor)

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ICEIMT '97 is the second International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modeling Technology. Like the first, it is the main event of a European-US initiative on building consensus in enterprise engineering and integration - supported in Europe by Esprit and in the USA by DOC/NIST. These proceedings contain papers presented at the conference and at five international workshops preceding the conference. The workshops addressed integration issues related to people and organization, metrics and standardization, applications, fundamentals and principles, and users and vendors. The conference papers present points of view of users, vendors, and researchers, the current state of research and development worldwide, and the needs to be identified and summarized in project proposals.

Introduction
Enterprise Integration and Standardization - A European Viewp. 3
Enterprise Integration - A United States Viewp. 6
Enterprise Reference Architectures - A Research Portfoliop. 20
Enterprise Integration in the User Industries - Needs and Current Solutionsp. 27
Enterprise System / Control System Integration Schemep. 34
Development of Integrated Enterprise Modelsp. 45
A Standardization Strategy that Matches Enterprise Operationp. 54
Enterprise Integration - International Consensus: A Europe-USA Initiativep. 64
A Human Factors Taxonomy and Human Modeling in Enterprises Workshop 1, Working Group 1p. 75
Human Factors and Enterprise Integration Workshop 1, Working Group 2p. 82
Changes in Organization and Process Structures Workshop 1, Working Group 3p. 89
Assessing Enterprise Integration for Competitive Advantage Workshop 2, Working Group 1p. 96
Enterprise Integration Deployment - Migration of Existing Applications Workshop 3, Working Group 1p. 108
Research for Advanced Enterprise Integration Standards Workshop 3, Working Group 2/3p. 117
Enterprise Modeling - User Semantics Workshop 4, Working Group 1p. 123
Formal Semantics of Enterprise Models Workshop 4, Working Group 2p. 135
Business Evolution and Enterprise Integration Workshop 4, Working Group 3p. 140
Business Benefits from Enterprise Integration Workshop 5, Working Group 1p. 152
Services for Integration Workshop 5, Working Group 2p. 163
ICEIMT in Perspective - 92 to 97p. 167
The Contribution of GERAM to Consensus in the Area of Enterprise Integrationp. 175
Ontologies for Enterprise Modelingp. 190
Methodologies for Enterprise Integrationp. 201
Enterprise Modeling Languagesp. 212
The Human Role in Enterprise Integrationp. 225
Requirements for Enterprise Model Execution and Integration Servicesp. 235
ICT-Support for Enterprise Integration - Where Are We?p. 244
AIT - Advanced Information Technology for Design and Manufacture (ESPRIT Project)p. 256
PRIMA - Process Industry Manufacturing Advantage Through Information Technology (ESPRIT Project)p. 265
NGMS - Next Generation Manufacturing Systems (IMS Project)p. 274
HMS - Holonic Manufacturing Systems Test Case (IMS Project)p. 284
NIIIP - The National Industrial Information Infrastructure Protocols (USA Project)p. 293
NGM - Next Generation Manufacturing - A Framework for Action (USA Project)p. 307
Evolution in Enterprise Integration - The Consortium for Advanced Manufacturingp. 316
Enterprise Engineering and Integration - Future Challengesp. 317
The Business Architect - The Concept of Enterprise Integration Revisitedp. 329
Balancing Between Integration and Distribution Paradigms: The Modeling Process of the European CMMS-IAMS Projectsp. 339
Enterprise Modeling and Integration - Towards Agile Manufacturing Systemsp. 348
Proxy Possible Flow Semantics for Enterprise Formulae and Artefact Possible Lives Modelsp. 359
Integrated Ontologies for Enterprise Modelingp. 368
Defining an Ontology for Formal Requirements Engineering of Manufacturing Systemsp. 378
DME - Distributed Manufacturing Enterprise Modeling, Towards an Ontological Approachp. 388
Integrated Business Process Modeling, Simulation and Workflow Management within an Enterprise Integration Methodologyp. 400
Enterprise Integration - Operational Models of Business Processes and Workflow Systemsp. 408
Design for an Enterprisep. 420
IMMPAC - A Methodology for the Implementation of Enterprise Integration Programs in Mexican SMEsp. 431
Flexible Industrial Applications Through Model - Based Workflowsp. 439
Integration in Small and Medium Enterprises - Specification of a Business Process Re-engineering Methodologyp. 449
Concurrent Engineering Reference Model for Integrated Product Developmentp. 459
Methods and Tools for Decentralized Work and Information Structures in SMEsp. 467
Enterprise Modeling and the Socio-Technical Traditionp. 473
Organization Issues and the ACNOS Approachp. 483
Cooperative Processes and Workflow Management for Enterprise Integrationp. 496
The Capture of Human Interactions to Support Information Requirements Specification in Small Companiesp. 510
Characterization of the Place of the Human in Enterprise Integrationp. 521
Modeling Organizational Issues for Enterprise Integrationp. 529
CIMOSA and the Enterprise Organizationp. 539
A Model-Based Engineering Workbench for Shop Floor Control Applicationsp. 548
Enterprise Models for Metro Systems Operationsp. 560
Enterprise Integration - User Requirements and the AIT Approachp. 570
Considerations for Quality in Model Building and Usep. 580
Opportunities for Software Support to the Simulation Processp. 592
A Framework for Standards which Support the Virtual Enterprisep. 603
Enterprise Integration and Standardizationp. 613
QCIM - Successfactor Information Integrationp. 624
Author Indexp. 633
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ISBN: 9783540634027
ISBN-10: 3540634029
Series: Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 634
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.35
Weight (kg): 0.9