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Unified Process Specification Language: Requirements for Modeling Process
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Process Specification Language: An Analysis of Existing Representations
The goal of the NIST Process Specification Language (PSL) project is to investigate and arrive at a neutral, unifying representation of process information to enable sharing of process data amongExpand
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A ROBUST PROCESS ONTOLOGY FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
In all types of communication, the ability to share information is often hindered because the meaning of information can be drastically affected by the context in which it is viewed and interpreted.Expand
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Workshop on evaluating collaborative enterprises - workshop report
The workshop, Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises, explored the issues surrounding the evaluation of collaborative systems including methods and tools for evaluating collaborative software as wellExpand
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A Robust Ontology for Manufacturing Systems Integration
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Collaboration Technologies for Global Manufacturing
One impact of the globalization of manufacturing is the growing requirement for teams that are not colocated to collaborate using shared information. In this paper, we present our approach toExpand
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Proceedings of the First Process Specification Language (PSL) Roundtable
In April, 1997, the Process Specification Language (PSL) Project held a Roundtable discussion at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The goals of the Roundtable was to assembleExpand
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