A characteristics framework for Semantic Information Systems Standards

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Otto, B. and Folmer, E.J.A. and Ebner, V. (2012) A characteristics framework for Semantic Information Systems Standards. Information systems and e-business management, 10 (4). 571 - 602. ISSN 1617-9846

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Abstract:Semantic Information Systems (IS) Standards play a critical role in the development of the networked economy. While their importance is undoubted by all stakeholders—such as businesses, policy makers, researchers, developers—the current state of research leaves a number of questions unaddressed. Terminological confusion exists around the notions of “business semantics”, “business-to-business interoperability”, and “interoperability standards” amongst others. And, moreover, a comprehensive understanding about the characteristics of Semantic IS Standards is missing. The paper addresses this gap in literature by developing a characteristics framework for Semantic IS Standards. Two case studies are used to check the applicability of the framework in a “real-life” context. The framework lays the foundation for future research in an important field of the IS discipline and supports practitioners in their efforts to analyze, compare, and evaluate Semantic IS Standards
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Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/78795
Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10257-011-0183-3
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