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Applying Enterprise Models to Design Cooperative Scientific Environments

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Applying Enterprise Models to Design Cooperative Scientific Environments
Scientific experiments are supported by activities that create, use, communicate and distribute information whose organizational dynamics is similar to processes performed by distributed cooperative enterprise units. On this premise, the aim of this paper is to apply existing enterprise models and processes for designing cooperative scientific experiments. The presented approach assumes the SOA as enacting paradigm to show how experiments can be formalized as cooperative services on various computational nodes of a network. Specifically, a framework is proposed that defines the responsibility of enodes in offering services and the set of rules under which each service can be accessed by e-nodes through service invocation. By discussing a representative case study, the paper details how specific classes of experiments can be mapped into a service-oriented model whose implementation is carried out in a prototypical scientific environment.
Andrea Bosin, Nicoletta Dessì, Maria Grazia
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where BPM
Authors Andrea Bosin, Nicoletta Dessì, Maria Grazia Fugini, Diego Liberati, Barbara Pes
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