A characteristics framework for Semantic Information Systems Standards

B. Otto, Erwin Johan Albert Folmer, V. Ebner

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Abstract

Semantic Information Systems (IS) Standards play a critical role in the development of the networked economy. While their importance is undoubted by all stakeholders—such as businesses, policy makers, researchers, developers—the current state of research leaves a number of questions unaddressed. Terminological confusion exists around the notions of “business semantics”, “business-to-business interoperability”, and “interoperability standards” amongst others. And, moreover, a comprehensive understanding about the characteristics of Semantic IS Standards is missing. The paper addresses this gap in literature by developing a characteristics framework for Semantic IS Standards. Two case studies are used to check the applicability of the framework in a “real-life” context. The framework lays the foundation for future research in an important field of the IS discipline and supports practitioners in their efforts to analyze, compare, and evaluate Semantic IS Standards
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)571-602
Number of pages32
JournalInformation systems and e-business management
Volume10
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • IR-78795
  • METIS-280448

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