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2006 International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing
Towards Interoperability in Collaborative Environments
Atlanta, GA
November 17-November 20
ISBN: 1-4244-0428-2
M.A. Martinez Carreras, Dept. of Inf.&Commun. Eng., Fac. de Informdtica, Murcia
The impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) has gained its prominence in several areas such as business and education. More concretely, during the last years it has been developed several tools and platforms so as to enrich the way of learning. Projects as NETCOIL and ECOSPACE study the way of establishing interoperation between different tools. More concretely, this paper analyzes the work done in NETCOIL and how it should be improved using Web services standards, taken from the business area. This paper also deals with the design of a generic interoperable collaborative platform, that can be useful also in business area, such as the ECOSPACE project, or in learning area
Index Terms:
SOA, interoperability, collaborative environments, information and communication technologies, NETCOIL, ECOSPACE, Web services standards, interoperable collaborative platform design
Citation:
M.A. Martinez Carreras, A.F. Gomez Skarmeta, "Towards Interoperability in Collaborative Environments," colcom, pp.9, 2006 International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, 2006
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