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Interoperable Systems: an introduction

Finkelstein, A.; (1998) Interoperable Systems: an introduction. In: Kramer, B. and Papazoglou, M. and Schmidt, M., (eds.) Information Systems Interoperability. Research Studies Press Green open access

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This short chapter introduces interoperable systems and attempts to distinguish the principal research strands in this area. It is not intended as a review. Significant review material is integrated with each of the succeeding chapters. It is rather intended to whet the appetite for what follows and to provide some initial conceptual orientation. This book concerns the architecture, modelling and management of interoperable computing systems. Our collective research agenda addresses all aspects of interoperable systems development, including the business and industry requirements and environments for distributed information services.

Type: Book chapter
Title: Interoperable Systems: an introduction
ISBN: 0863802281
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Language: English
URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1137
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