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eChallenges 2007: STASIS Research Paper

Posted: 8th October 2007

Later this month CIT will be presenting a STASIS-themed research paper at eChallenges 2007 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

Taking place between October 24-26, eChallenges 2007 is the seventeenth is a series of annual technology research conferences supported by the European Commission, which regularly attracts over 600 delegates from leading commercial, government and research organisations around the world to share knowledge and experience, lessons learnt and good practice in areas of applied Information Communication Technologies.

CIT's Albert Bokma will be presenting a paper entitled "Improving Business Information Exchange using Semantics". The paper abstract is as follows:

"E-Business information systems require effective inclusion of semantics to function. Emerging messaging systems, such as ebXML, need to include structural support for these semantics. In order to develop an ontology based approach to this task, we have undertaken several case studies and used the results to derive generic use cases for the ontology based e-business semantics development. This paper describes the results of these case studies and the comparison of sectors that will be used to inform the generic use case development. Finally we propose a solution to this semantic problem that will enable the publication and synchronisation of business messaging semantics as utilised by participating organisations in a distributed web architecture."

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