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Management and enterprise architecture click: The FAD(E)E framework
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This paper gives a high-level overview of how companies can go about doing ‘enterprise architecture’ in the context of both the classic (isolated) enterprise and the Extended Enterprise. Expand
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An Overview of Enterprise Architecture Framework Deliverables
A number of enterprise architecture frameworks do exist. In this paper, we differentiate between two classes of frameworks: classic enterprise architecture frameworks, and federated enterpriseExpand
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Event Based Web Service Description and Coordination
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This paper proposes the concept of business events as the cornerstone to web service description and coordination, based on the simultaneous participation in (and processing) shared events. Expand
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Differences in e-commerce behavior between neighboring countries: the case of France and Belgium
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This paper proves there are actually significant differences in e-commerce behavior (information finding, suppler selection, and purchase) between people from two neighboring, culturally similar countries: Belgium and France. Expand
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Two Basic Types of Business-to-Business Integration
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In this paper we argue that there exist two basic forms of business-to-business integration (B2Bi), namely, extended enterprise integration and market B2Bi, and that the difference between both is fundamental. Expand
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Events as atomic contracts for component integration
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In this paper, we describe an integration approach based on an event-based coordination paradigm. Expand
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Developing the extended enterprise with the FADEE
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In realizing Business-to-Business integration, much communication among persons with different backgrounds is needed. Expand
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Communication and Enterprise Architecture in Extended Enterprise Integration
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We propose the use of Enterprise Architecture descriptions as a means to support the integration of systems at a Business-to-Business (B2B) level, and more specifically at the level of the Extended Enterprise. Expand
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Important issues for evaluating inter-organizational data integration configurations
Partnering companies can share data via various configurations. Typically problems become evident as partnering companies seek to exchange data. These problems take a different form for differentExpand
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