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Technical Interoperability

The scientific domain of Technical Interoperability is associated with the ability of diverse hardware/software components, systems and services to work together (inter-operate) and focuses on specific data formats and communication protocols as well as on the infrastructures required for these protocols to interoperate. In this frame, research carried out in the field involves the definition of standards for the presentation, collection, exchange and processing of information as well as the development of application interfaces, middleware platforms and interconnection services. The Greek Interoperability Centre addresses the domain of Technical Interoperability from the aspects of

  • Information Storage
  • Information Communication
  • Information Presentation and
  • Web Services.

In this context, G.I.C. adopts and utilizes widely accepted standards and state-of-the-art technologies for document (e.g. XML etc.), application (e.g. WSDL, SOAP, UDDI etc.) and platform interoperability (e.g. SOA, BPEL etc.), performs research towards the development of methodologies for the definition, structure and retrieval of information and possesses an extensive know-how on the implementation of web services, service registries middleware components and interoperability architectures.




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