Reviews and Testimonials
Computer and information scientists and electrical and industrial engineers review recent research into how organizations can reduce barriers between each other and operate together seamlessly. The information could be helpful to researchers, practitioners, and students in computer and management sciences and to economic and business policy makers. They cover the scientific foundations of enterprise interoperability, advanced methods and tools, and perspectives and future research. Among the topics are a taxonomy of scientific areas driving the assessment of organizations' readiness, hybrid modeling for conceptual interoperability, an interoperational process engineering system for the collaborative optimization of product life-cycle, an enterprise interoperability framework based on compliance and conformance, and science-based research for advanced interoperability.
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