Pragmatic Interoperability: A Systematic Review of Published Definitions

  title={Pragmatic Interoperability: A Systematic Review of Published Definitions},
  author={Camlon H. Asuncion and Marten van Sinderen},
Enabling the interoperability between applications requires agreement in the format and meaning (syntax and semantics) of exchanged data including the ordering of message exchanges. However, today’s researchers argue that these are not enough to achieve a complete, effective and meaningful collaboration – the use of data (pragmatics) is important as well. Pragmatic interoperability requires mutual understanding in the use of data between collaborating systems. However, we observe that the… CONTINUE READING

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