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By Zakaria Maamar (auth.), D. Patel, J. Sutherland, J. Miller (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9781852332174

The NCITS authorised criteria Committee H7 item details administration, now a part of NCITS T3 Open disbursed Processing, and the thing administration workforce company item area activity strength (BODTF) together backed the 5th Annual OOPSLA Workshop on enterprise item part layout and Implementation. the focal point of the workshop used to be on layout and implementation of industrial item part frameworks and architectures. Key features mentioned incorporated: • what's a complete definition of a enterprise item component'? • Are the 4 layers (user, workspace, firm, source) awarded on the OOPSLA'98 workshop how one can layer a..bysiness item part. process? • How is a company item part carried out throughout those layers? What are the linked artefacts? Are there diversified item versions representing an analogous company item part in several layers? • What are the dependencies among company item parts? How can they be plug and play given those dependencies? How can they be versatile and adaptive? How do they perform workflow structures? • How will the em~rgence of an internet dispensed object-computing infrastructure in line with XML, impact enterprise item part architectures? particularly, is the W3C WebBroker suggestion applicable for disbursed company item part computing? the purpose of the workshop used to be to: • increase the development literature at the specification, layout, and implementation of interoperable, plug and play, dispensed company item components.

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This· characteristic determines thatthe model will share many aspects with other models already existed. Among those is REA Accounting Model (REAAM) which has been widely accepted as the base concept model of many corporate information systems. (See [REAAM]) The CBOSM (contained in the COSM) and REAAM share the following aspects: 1) They reflect the underlying principles of accounting theory while trying to avoid using those accounting procedures, such as double entry book keeping, that are not necessary for computerised information system, so to make the system acceptable to both accountant and non-accountant 2) They use some terms that reflect the natures of objects, such as entity, person, aggregation, generation, resource, event and asset.

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