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Business process modelling is an essential part of developing an enterprise information system. There are many modelling methods with software support currently available on the market. Each individual method has its own advantages and disadvantages but always has the limitation of only representing a certain view of enterprise. To describe a system clearly(More)
The scale and complexity of both hardware and software on large open source software systems such as Ranger make occurrence of faults and failures inevitable. What is not inevitable is that they should be allowed to go undetected, nor that diagnosis and recovery from failures should continue to be largely manual and effort intensive. This paper presents a(More)
Web services represent a step forward in enabling collaborations between various entities on the web and in overcoming the interoperability problems that may appear. B2B (Business to Business) partners can benefit by allowing business entities to expose their capabilities and to make use of their functionality. Information systems based on a(More)
The ultimate target of business to business (B2B) integration and deployment is complete business process automation within and between enterprises with no human intervention. From a business point of view, negotiation is the main mechanism that modern enterprises use to achieve targets that maximise their profits. This paper proposes an automated B2B(More)
1 Introduction Parallel Computers have recently become powerful enough to outperform conventional vector based su-percomputers. Several parallel languages are currently under development for exploiting the data and/or task parallelism available in the applications. In this report , we propose the development of a basic public domain infrastructure to(More)