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A structured approach for assessing & analyzing technical & nontechnical interoperability in socio-technical systems

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2 Author(s)
Mukesh Rohatgi ; The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA, USA ; Gerald Friedman

This paper outlines our ongoing efforts to study interoperability in socio-technical systems. It presents an overarching framework for defining and characterizing technical as well as nontechnical types of interoperability. The framework leverages lessons learned within the NextGen initiative and represents a structured approach to define, characterize, assess, and analyze technical and nontechnical interoperability types for the purpose of identifying and formulating implementation strategies to mitigate the influence of technical and nontechnical factors acting as barriers to interoperability.

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Systems Conference, 2010 4th Annual IEEE

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5-8 April 2010