Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (ohne Tagungsband-Eintrag):

F. Skopik, D. Schall, S. Dustdar, H. Psaier:
"Managing Social Overlay Networks in Semantic Open Enterprise Systems";
Vortrag: 1st International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS 2011), Sogndal, Norway; 25.05.2011 - 27.05.2011.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Cross-enterprise collaboration has emerged as a key survival
factor in today´s global markets. Semantic Web technologies
are the basis to establish enterprise interoperability including
data mediation support and automatic composition of
services. Capabilities of services are semantically described
and reasoning techniques support the discovery and selection
of services at run-time. These technologies are commonly
based on precisely defined enterprise ontologies. In contrast
to Semantic Web technologies that cover interactions
between (technical) services, human collaborations emerge
based on social preferences. Social networks have become a
mass phenomenon. The fundamental aspects of these networks
are to manage personal contacts and to share profile
information with friends. These principles are increasingly
harnessed in businesses and professional environments. In
a manner similar to service-oriented systems, they enable
flexible discovery and dynamic collaborations between participants.
In this paper, we discuss the concept of social
overlays for Web service based collaboration infrastructures.
This mechanism enables information flows between actors
in order to allow for flexible group formations in highly dynamic
large-scale networks.

Semantic Service-Oriented Collaboration, Social Networks, Formation

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