Digital Business. First Iternational ICST Conference, DigiBiz 2009, London, UK, June 17-19, 2009, Revised Selected Papers

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Combining Organisational and Coordination Theory with Model Driven Approaches to Develop Dynamic, Flexible, Distributed Business Systems

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        author={Javier V\^{a}zquez-Salceda and Luigi Ceccaroni and Frank Dignum and Wamberto Vasconcelos and Julian Padget and Siobhan Clarke and Paul Sergeant and Kees Nieuwenhuis},
        title={Combining Organisational and Coordination Theory with Model Driven Approaches to Develop Dynamic, Flexible, Distributed Business Systems},
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        year={2012},
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  • Javier Vázquez-Salceda
    Luigi Ceccaroni
    Frank Dignum
    Wamberto Vasconcelos
    Julian Padget
    Siobhan Clarke
    Paul Sergeant
    Kees Nieuwenhuis
    Year: 2012
    Combining Organisational and Coordination Theory with Model Driven Approaches to Develop Dynamic, Flexible, Distributed Business Systems
    DIGIBIZ
    Springer
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11532-5_20
Javier Vázquez-Salceda1, Luigi Ceccaroni2, Frank Dignum3, Wamberto Vasconcelos4, Julian Padget5, Siobhan Clarke6, Paul Sergeant7, Kees Nieuwenhuis8
  • 1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
  • 2: Tech Media Telecom Factory SL
  • 3: Universiteit Utrecht
  • 4: University of Aberdeen
  • 5: University of Bath
  • 6: Trinity College Dublin
  • 7: Calico Jack Ltd
  • 8: Thales Nederland B.V.

Abstract

Enterprise systems are increasingly behaving as nodes in a digital, dynamic ecosystem. On the one hand, this new situation requires flexible, spontaneous and opportunistic collaboration activitiesto be identified and established among business parties. On the other hand, it also requires engineering approaches able to integrate new functionalities and behaviours into running systems and active, distributed, interdependent processes. In this paper we present a multi-level architecture, combining organisational and coordination theories with model driven development, for the implementation, deployment and management of dynamic, flexible and robust service-oriented business applications.