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MADYNE 2013 - 2nd Track on Management of Dynamic Networked Enterprises

Date2013-06-17 - 2013-06-20


VenueHammamet , Tunisia Tunisia



Topics/Call fo Papers

Enterprises are linked as a huge network. The quality of relations between them that could be both cooperative and competitive has a great influence on the success, non-success or the performance of each organization. The traditional business process models have reached their limits; new models and techniques are needed to overcome the complexity and dynamicity of enterprises to be more efficient.
Efficiency could be reached through collaborative models for networked enterprises. This is still one of the most challenging topics of current research efforts. The complexity of business requirements is growing up and to avoid such complexity, organizations must open their boundaries in order to use and reuse mutually their business applications.
The track MADYNE deals with networked enterprises collaboration seen from business process management perspective. There is an urgent need of business process logic-oriented solutions to consolidate system integration of networked collaborative enterprises which evolve in dynamic environments. This track aims to promote concepts and solutions for automating dynamic management, interoperability and integration of networked collaborative enterprise applications. The track will be dedicated to discussing problems and exchanging ideas and experiences on the following topics.
Madyne seeks for paper submissions in a wide range of enterprise integration related topics including but not limited to the following:
- Service and component based system approaches for dynamic management of networked enterprise applications.
- Methodologies, frameworks, and tools for modelling, validating, and support of enterprise application interoperability and integration.
- Negotiation protocols for SLA based semantic for enterprise interoperability and integration.
- Non-functional features in managing enterprise collaboration.
- Cross enterprise collaboration based process.
- New models for enterprises collaboration on the Cloud.
- Collaborative virtual business ecosystems.
- New models of collaborative enterprises based on Living Labs experiments.

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