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Towards a Framework for Federated Interoperability to Implement an Automated Model Transformation

Abstract : In order to adapt to changes in industrial world (customers and markets) and to competition, to create economic or strategic partnerships with external players or simply to integrate a connector to exchange information between the various services and software of a company, it is essential to have the necessary software tools (by development or deployment) that guarantee effective communication between the various parties, which are often heterogeneous and not known in advance, and overcome certain difficulties such as the multiplicity of information sources and the quality of the data. In such a context, the exchange or migration of data is a critical step. In order to facilitate the exchange, our approach aims at implementing federated interoperability with automated model transformation, supported by an interoperability evaluation, in order to ensure data retention despite the unforeseen uses (for example, some fields divert or mislabel) and to ensure their consistency during the transformation.
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Mustapha Labreche, Aurelie Montarnal, Sébastien Truptil, Xavier Lorca, Sébastien Weill, et al.. Towards a Framework for Federated Interoperability to Implement an Automated Model Transformation. PRO-VE 2020 - 21st Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, Nov 2020, Valence, Spain. pp.143-152, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-62412-5_12⟩. ⟨hal-03024821⟩

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