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Hybrid Service Modeling in Enterprise Computing
E-Commerce Technology, IEEE International Conference on
By Vedran Hrgovcic,Robert Woitsch,Dimitris Karagiannis
Issue Date:September 2011
The Internet evolved to a generic platform and became fully pervasive infrastructure providing services anywhere and anytime. Hence the assumption is that any service requested by any business process is already provided somewhere in the Internet. This req...
Service Modeling: A Model Based Approach for Business and It Alignment
Computer Software and Applications Conference Workshops
By Vedran Hrgovcic,Wilfrid Utz,Dimitris Karagiannis
Issue Date:July 2011
Service modeling became important in the recent years, due to successful uptake of the SOA based environments and business models, pushed forward by overall growth of the service sector as a leading part of the worldwide economy. Service modeling gained im...
Enhancing Semantic E-Government Workflows through Service Oriented Knowledge Provision
Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on
By Vedran Hrgovcic, Robert Woitsch
Issue Date:May 2009
This paper follows two goals, first, to provide an insight on the research in the area of semantic workflows for public administrations, and second to present an on-demand service oriented approach on knowledge provisioning for actors in the E-Government p...
Model driven design for e-applications: the meta model approach
Found in: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications and Services (iiWAS '11)
By Dimitris Karagiannis, Robert Woitsch, Vedran Hrgovcic
Issue Date:December 2011
This paper aims to answer the question, if a generic approach for Model-Driven Design of e-Applications exists. A proposal for generic approach on Model-Driven Design applied in different application scenarios for e-Government, e-Business and e-Learning is...
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