Multi-project, multi-user, multi-services integration : the ISTforCE integration approach.
||Katranuschkov P, Scherer R, Turk Z
||Multi-project, multi-user, multi-services integration : the ISTforCE integration approach.
||Turk Z, Scherer R (ed.) Fourth European Conference on Product and Process Modelling in the Building and Related Industries, Portorož/Slovenia/, 9-11 September 2002. eWork and eBusiness in architecture, engineering and construction : proceedings of the fourth European conference on product and process modelling in the building and related industries, Portorož/Slovenia/, 9-11 September 2002. A.A. Balkema: Swets & Zeitlinger
||Current Internet collaboration platforms in the AEC/FM (architecture, engineering, construction/ facility management) domain are basically project-centred. They provide many advanced features to support teamwork but offer little help with respect to the personal needs of the individual users that are usually involved in several projects and in several teams at the same time. The human-centred integration approach developed in the EU project ISTforCE (IST-1999-11508) provides a basis to meet such requirements. In the ISTforCE environment, integration is considered along multiple axes, i.e. users, services, projects, tasks, and product data. Interoperability of the components of the environment is achieved through a common high-level ontology, a common format for all system messages based on XML, and common communication methods based on HTTP, RMI-IIOP, CORBA and WSDL / SOAP. Hence, project information can be uniformly tackled, enabling multi-user and multi-services support across the multiple projects the end users might participate in.
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||Referat - Mednarodni (do 2 točki) (1.3.2)
||Objavljeno predavanje na znanstveni konferenci (1.08)
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