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EISB (Enterprise Interoperability Science Base) Task Force

gic  3/9/2010

An increasing number of European researchers of the Enterprise Interoperability research domain, as well as ISO experts, have been arguing over the last few years that Interoperability would be reinforced if it were studied and developed in the future as a rigorous mathematical and scientifically-lawful phenomenon. Furthermore, reusable and generally applicable solutions are necessary as the Interoperability is getting more and more common and the complexity of the problems increases.


In this context, in June 2009 a Task Force has been initiated with the main objective to explore how a "science base" for interoperability research and industrial communities can be created. A high-level consultation meeting focusing at establishing a Scientific Base for Enterprise Interoperability, with the participation of key scientists from European Union and the United States, in the areas of epistemology, finance, mathematics, logic, standardisation and information systems, was organized at the same time. Yannis Charalabidis from the Greek Interoperability Centre presented the latest developments in Interoperability scientific foundation, as core member of the Enterprise Interoperability Science Base (EISB) Task Force.

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