Project

ATHENA

Advanced Technologies for Interoperability of Heterogenous Enterprise Networks and their Applications

Advanced Technologies for Interoperability of Heterogenous Enterprise Networks and their Applications

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One of the trends in the global market is the increasing collaboration among enterprises. Organisations are transforming themselves into "networked organisations" in order to increase their flexibility and reduce operational costs. They need to interact with a wide community of buyers, sellers and partners, and to adopt more dynamic trading and collaborative working practices. Enterprise systems and applications need to be interoperable in order to achieve seamless business interaction across organisational boundaries and thus realise networked organisations. Insufficient interoperability is a major impediment to the adoption of new business models that could enhance productivity and competitiveness, which is among the objectives of the Lisbon Strategy to modernise the European economy and to build a knowledge based economy in Europe.

Partners

AIDIMA (ES), TROUX (NO), DFKI (DE), EADS-CCR (FR), ESI (ES), FORMULA (IT), FHG IPK (DE), IBM (GB), IC-FOCUS (GB), INSEAD, INTRACOM (GR), ITREC (FR), LEKS (IT), SAP AG (DE), SIEMENS (DE), SINTEF (NO), TXT (IT), University Bordeaux I (FR) UNINOVA (PT), IWI-HSG

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Contact Person
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Slusallek
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Slusallek

Publications about the project

Klaus Fischer

In: International Journal on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS) 18 2 Pages 239-266 Springer Netherlands 4/2009.

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Ingo Zinnikus

In: Zohra Bellahsene , Carson Woo , Ela Hunt , Xavier Franch , Remi Coletta (editor). Proceedings of the Forum at the CAiSE'08 Conference. Forum at the CAiSE Conference (CAiSE) June 18-20 Montpellier France Pages 37-40 CEUR Workshop Proceedings 344 CEUR-WS.org 2008.

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Peter Loos

In: Guy Doumeingts , Jörg Müller , Gerard Morel , Bruno Vallespir (editor). Enterprise Interoperability. Pages 189-198 ISBN 978-1-84628-713-8 Springer London 2007.

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German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz