Design and Managing of Distributed Virtual Organizations

Design and Managing of Distributed Virtual Organizations

Diego Liberati (Italian National Research Council, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-100-3.ch206
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A framework is proposed that creates, uses, communicates, and distributes information whose organizational dynamics allow it to perform a distributed cooperative enterprise in public environments even over open source systems. The approach assumes Web services as the enacting paradigm, possibly over a grid, to formalize interaction as cooperative services on various computational nodes of a network. A framework is thus proposed that defines the responsibility of e-nodes in offering services and the set of rules under which each service can be accessed by e-nodes through service invocation. By discussing a case study, the chapter will detail how specific classes of interactions can be mapped into a serviceoriented model whose implementation will be carried out in a prototypical public environment.

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