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Enabling Technologies: Infrastructures for Collaborative Enterprises, 2009. WETICE '09. 18th IEEE International Workshops on

Date June 29 2009-July 1 2009

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  • Table of contents

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  • Research Challenges for Building Complex Service-Oriented Systems for the Future Internet

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    Summary form only given. Today's complex service-oriented systems comprise humans and software services spanning multiple organizations. These systems are highly dynamic because not only services, processes and teams are diverse but also they constantly evolve. Therefore, these systems introduce many challenges on how to adapt services, processes and teams to changing situations. In this keynote t... View full abstract»

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  • Specific Drivers for SOA in E-government: Challenges and Solutions

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    Summary form only given. Long term influences like EU law and demographic changes can already be observed as important drivers for change in European governments. Those influences shape how governmental institutions provide their services, how they operate internally and with each other; even across national boundaries and according to international European regulations. The IT of governmental ins... View full abstract»

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  • Cloud Service Engineering

    Publication Year: 2009, Page(s):3 - 4
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    Cloud computing is widely perceived as a disruptive technology that has the potential to fundamentally change the way services are built and delivered, and hence the way businesses operate. In this keynote, we argue for cloud service engineering as a discipline that takes a focused perspective on cloud computing and an integrative approach of technology and economics. We describe three aspects as ... View full abstract»

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  • Agent-Based Computing for Enterprise Collaboration

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    The 7th International Workshop on Agent-based Computing for Enterprise Collaboration at WETICE 2009 aims at bringing together researchers in the field of software services and dynamic collaboration supported by software agents. This overview provides a brief introduction to the papers accepted by the workshop, and a discussion about the main issues highlighted by them. View full abstract»

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  • Dynamic Agent Hierarchies for Design Prototypes

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    Introducing dynamic aspects in diagrams that capture the aggregate structure of composite agents represents a promising notion, which can help to express in a straightforward manner how an entity is changing its placement during its evolution in time. This paper focuses on the novel concept of a dynamic aggregate "prototype" for agent-oriented modeling languages, which enables business modelers an... View full abstract»

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  • Enhancing Enterprise Collaboration Using a Protocol for Semantic Alignment

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    When small and medium enterprises (SMEs) engage in collaborations, they typically rely on E-mail based communication due to limited access to modern technology. One of the key factors to enhance SME collaboration is enabling semantic interoperability at the level of emails and documents that are exchanged between collaborating enterprises. However, achieving semantic interoperability is not an eas... View full abstract»

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  • An Agent-Based Architecture for Services Management

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    Services and agents represent two paradigms that are currently exploited to build complex applications. Each of them has peculiar features that can grant different advantages, and their joint exploitation can make them compensate each otherpsilas lacks. However, a complete integration seems to be not feasible to achieve. In this paper, we propose an agent-based architecture tomanage different serv... View full abstract»

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  • MTAP-MaSim: A Multi-agent Simulator for the Mobile Task Allocation Problem

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    While two main approaches, namely the centralized and the market-based approaches, have been used and compared in the literature for task allocation problems, uncertainty and dynamism imposed in the mobile task allocation problem (MTAPs) require new techniques for comparing these two approaches due to the limitations of traditional mathematical modeling techniques. This paper proposes an in-progre... View full abstract»

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