Paper discussion “Conceptual Interoperability Barriers Framework (CIBF) – A Case Study of Multi-organizational Software Development”

In the SmartMobility cluster meeting of Friday Feb 26, 12:30-13:30h, in Pav. K16, Jos Trienekens leads the discussion about the attached paper by Cuenca, Boza, Ortiz, Trienekens, “Conceptual Interoperability Barriers Framework (CIBF) – A Case Study of Multi-organizational Software Development”, In Proc. ICEIS 2015, vol. 2, pp. 521 -531, 2015; see below for the abstract.

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Abstract: This paper identifies conceptual barriers to enterprise interoperability and classifies them along interoperability levels of concern. The classification is based on the enterprise interoperability framework by Interop NoE and introduces the concepts of horizontal and vertical interoperability. From the initial classification a new conceptual interoperability barriers framework is proposed. The goal of the framework is to present generic conceptual barriers to interoperability and show where they are interrelated. The proposal has been validated in a case study of multi-organizational software development.