WS IV (EISB WG.1): EISB Framework and Assets

Tuesday, 3rd July, 14:00 – 16:00
Animator: Carlos Agostinho, UNINOVA, Portugal

Whereas in the past it was said that EI was unachievable until seamless interaction could take place at the technical, semantic, and organizational layers of interoperability and at all levels of the enterprise, today this vision is extended, foreseeing that EI will be fully achieved only when the benefits brought by the new technology paradigms are harvested, including those of the Future Internet. This way, and to enable generalization and full reuse of the methods and tools that have been developed so far, interoperability has to be studied and developed based on rigorous scientific principles including mathematical and scientifically-lawful phenomenon and following scientific practices similar to established sciences, to enable the sustainability of existing developments.
Such a science base comprises a new set of concepts, theories and principles, with a view to long-term problem solving as opposed to short-term solution provisioning. EISB has been framed through the definition of: a problem space to address the range of application and theoretical problems addressed by the EI domain; a solution space, covering the knowledge available for the solution of EI application problems; and a domain knowledge base to contain the effective structure and methodological knowledge of the EISB, all together enabling the reception of inputs from practical experience, requirements, research contributions, and producing efficient EISB applications and new research requirements.
The objectives of this workshop are the following:
• Present and gather feedback concerning the existing EISB framework and assets;
• Identify the EISB major laws and principles;
• Debate the EISB scientific areas;
• Discuss the EISB curriculum and post-graduate programme.

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      • Which are the core laws that govern Enterprise Interoperability?

        Laws are generally applicable observations or guidelines ("do’s and don’t") which are grounded in observation and rationalisation from cases. Such laws must be confirmed and broadly agreed upon through the process of inductive reasoning.

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