Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International EDOC Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC 2005)


Sinderen, M.J. van and Steen, M.W.A. and Lankhorst, M.M. and Aleksy, M. and Hung, P.C.K. , eds. (2005) Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International EDOC Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC 2005). IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, CA, USA. ISBN 9780769524412

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Abstract:Over the years, the EDOC conferences series has contributed to the advancement and adoption of middleware technologies, standards, and emerging new paradigms for enterprise computing. Eight years ago, the conference addressed innovations and applications based on CORBA, Java-RMI, DCOM, RM-ODP and UML. Now those have matured and researchers focus on their extensions and descendants: the CORBA Component Model (CCM), the Meta Object Facility (MOF), Web Services, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), and Model Driven Architecture (MDA). This change of focus is reflected in this year’s conference program, which includes sessions around the cutting-edge topics of enterprise computing support for business processes; real time applications for the extended enterprise; interoperability models, platforms, and techniques; MDA and other model-driven approaches; modelling and description languages; inter-enterprise collaboration and virtual enterprises; trust, security, privacy and QoS issues in enterprise computing; and service- and component-oriented development and architecture. In particular, MDA has (as it did last year) again caught the attention of both researchers and practitioners. Enterprise modelling and enterprise architecture have always been high on the agenda of EDOC, but since the OMG defined the MDA roadmap for distributed system development three years ago, more than half of the EDOC papers address topics related to model driven design. Also, many papers address topics on services computing, which leverages computing technology to model, create, and manage business solutions, scientific applications, as well as modernized services. The underneath technology suite includes Web services and SOA, business consulting methodology and utilities, business process modelling, transformation and integration.
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