Collaborative Solution Architecture for Developing a National Interoperability Framework in Romania
Bogdan Ghilic-Micu (),
Marinela Mircea (),
Catalin Silvestru and
Marian Stoica ()
Informatica Economica, 2010, vol. 14, issue 3, 179-188
Interoperability framework is a set of standards and guidelines that describe how organizations have established or will establish to interact. The framework is not static, but one that adapts to the change of standards, administrative requirements and technology. It can be adapted to the socio - economic, political, cultural, linguistic, historical and geographical purposes and to a specific context or situation. The article aims to clarify the essential concepts necessary for outlining Romanian national interoperability framework and to propose collaborative solution architecture for its development, updating and maintaining.
Keywords: Interoperability Framework; National Interoperability Framework; European Interoperability Strategy; Collaborative Solution Architecture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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