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Business partners willing to do business electronically<br> with each other must reach an agreement (1) on the economic<br> level, (2) on the inter-organizational process choreography,<br> and (3) on the services implementing the choreography.<br> In order to search for a potential business partner,<br> one will first look for a partner who offers a required<br> service on the economic level and who supports a complementary<br> role in a choreography, before binding to its IT services.<br> Inasmuch, a registry for inter-organizational systems<br> should cover all three levels and maintain the dependencies<br> between them. In this paper we set up on well accepted approaches<br> on the different levels, i.e. (1) the e3value ontology,<br> (2) the UN/CEFACT modeling methodology (UMM),<br> and (3) the business process execution language (BPEL).<br> We specify a registry meta model on top of ebRIM registering<br> the artifacts on the different levels and defining their<br> inter-dependencies.
Information and Communication Technology
Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2008)
IEEE Computer Society
441 - 450
C. Huemer, <u>P. Liegl</u>, R. Schuster, M. Zapletal: <br>"<i><a href="http://publik.tuwien.ac.at/files/PubDat_165760.pdf" target="_blank" class="publist">A 3-level e-Business Registry Meta Model</a></i>"; <br>Talk: 2008 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing, Honolulu, Hawaii; 07-08-2008 - 07-11-2008; in: "<i>Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2008)</i>", IEEE Computer Society, 1 (2008), ISBN: 978-0-7695-3283-7-01; 441 - 450.<br><br> <a href="https://publik.tuwien.ac.at/showentry.php?ID=165760&lang=2" class="publist"><i>More information</i></a><br><br>