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Semantic mediation for standard-based B2B interoperability

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8 Author(s)
Vujasinovic, M. ; US Nat. Inst. of Stand. & Technol., DC, USA ; Ivezic, N. ; Kulvatunyou, B. ; Barkmeyer, E.
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A semantic-mediation architecture advances traditional approaches for standard-based business-to-business interoperability. The architecture formally models a business domain in a reference ontology and annotates domain message schemas to define public and proprietary reconciliation rule sets. Enterprises can use the rule sets to implement standard-based message interfaces and to translate message content between their proprietary message forms. An implementation of the semantic-mediation architecture augments a general applications-integration toolset developed for the Athena European FP 6 project. The implementation demonstrates the architecture's feasibility and suggests directions for future tool enhancements.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 1 )