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An open, transparent, community-based development process for interoperability specifications

: Adametz, H.; Billig, A.; Bittins, S.; Gottschick, J.

El Baz, D. ; European Organisation for Information Technology and Microelectronics -EUROMICRO-:
Proceedings of the 17th EUROMICRO conference on parallel, distributed and network-based processing, PDP 2009 : 18 - 20 February 2009, Weimar, Germany
Los Alamitos, Calif.: IEEE Computer Society, 2009
ISBN: 978-1-4244-3625-5
ISBN: 1-4244-3625-7
Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Processing (PDP) <17, 2009, Weimar>
Fraunhofer ISST ()
collaboration; interoperability; specification; quality process; repository; semantic operability; standardization

The software development process utilized to implement enterprise systems using a component architecture in a distributed environment is well understood. The service oriented architecture enables the joint development of global and enterprise-wide solutions by several developers following enterprise-wide IT-strategies as coordinated by the customer.
However, the necessary level of collaboration between parties from the private or public sector requires well-defined interoperability specifications. The existing standardization processes are usually too complex and infexible for widely available interoperability specifications in rather specialized application domains.
The Semantic Interoperability Centre Europe (SEMIC.EU) defines an open clearing process to enable the collaberative development of interoperability specifications in order to exchange data especially between public administrations from the Member States of the European Community. Based on this scenario the publishing process and tools required for interoperability specifications supporting the data exchange in service- or web-oriented architectures are compared with the traditional software development process.