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SoftwIre Integration - An Onto-Neural Perspective

Hendrik Ludolph, Peter Kropf & Gilbert Babin

Résumé We propose a framework for automated point-to-point application integration. Functional and technical aspects to consider
are presented. We advocate using intelligible (ontological) and distributed (neural networks) knowledge representations to
guide design and implementation of application interfaces. We believe this yields benefits over manual approaches currently
used, in which business specifications are first captured, then translated into technical specifications, and finally implemented,
often by costly third-party integration specialists. The present work initiates research efforts towards automation of the
latter two activities, with a potential impact on professional-services costs and time-to-operation.
   
Mots-clés ontology matching–neural network–application integration
   
Citation H. Ludolph, et al., "SoftwIre Integration - An Onto-Neural Perspective," in E-Technologies: Transformation in an Open World --- Fifth MCETECH International Conference (MCETECH 2011), 2011, p. 116-130.
   
Type Actes de congrès (Anglais)
Nom de la conférence E-Technologies: Transformation in an Open World --- Fifth MCETECH International Conference (MCETECH 2011)
Date de la conférence 22-1-2011
Editeur commercial Springer
Pages 116-130
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-20862-1_8