Friday, April 30, 2010
Friday, April 23, 2010
See in the table below the results obtained on 23.04.2010, from Google, Google Scholar an Google Books services, through formalised queries. Keep in mind that:
- The number of references that came as a result from the query is used as a metric of publicity / importance and is coloured according to size. Blue: Level-1, Light Brown: Level-2, Dark Brown: Level-3
- The proximity to the FInES community is measured by means of origins of authors or sites. Green: FInES community represented, Red: Other community (BP, eGOV, IS) or self-standing sites (wikipedia)
Figure: Measuring importance and community closeness for interoperability terms.
Indicative Google Books query on legal interoperability:
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
Members of the Greek Interoperbility Centre visited Brunel University, on April 15 and 16, 2010, to explore collaboration opportunities between the Decision Support Systems Laboratory of National Technical University Athens, the Information Systems Laboratory of Aegean University, the Brunel Business School and the Brunel School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics.
Several future collaboration activities were planned, including participation in common research projects, supervision of PhD theses, collaboration in research publications and researchers exchange.
In the pictures above: Yannis Charalabidis and Dr. Vishanth Weerakkody (Lecturer of Brunel Business School), Dr. Sergio de Cesare (Lecturer of Brunel School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics), Bahareh Rahmanzadeh Heravi (PhD Researcher at Brunel University)
More than 70 high-level experts and researchers attended the conference, which was opened with the keynote speech of Gerald Santucci, Head of Unit, INFSO D4, European Commission, titled "Towards Tomorrow’s Enterprise within the Future Internet Agenda".
The main topic of the Interoperability Science workshop was the presentation and discussion of the new FP7 ICT Support Action, that will start within 2010 and target the systematic building of the Enterprise Interoperability community and the development of a Scientific Base for Interoperability. Issues discussed included initial positions relating to :
- The ingredients of the new Interoperability Science
- The way that the scientific foundation for Interoperability can be achieved
- The neighbouring scientific domains, where best practices can be obtained from
Y. Charalabidis (GIC), H.Panetto (Univerity Nancy), K. Popplewell (Coventry University), G.Doumeingts (Interop V-Lab) in the Inteoperability Science Workshop