Integration of Lightweight Semantic Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture within Corporate Environmental Management Information Systems

Tariq Mahmoud

Abstract


The demand for Corporate Environmental Management Information System (CEMIS) and sustainable development in general requires that decision-makers in all organizational forms are able to take data heterogeneity into account. In this sense, software complexity and integration are considered as important factors to develop such software systems. To handle complexity and integration factors, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) supported by sematic enrichment is considered as the most important enabler to address such challenges. This work is devoted to present the main aspects behind the concept of Semantic Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture (SESOA). The proposed concept tries to overcome data integration problems of the Next Generation CEMIS within the IT-for-Green project. This is achieved in the creation of the project?s base component that is the platform. This platform integrates several research concepts of current green interests and tries to investigate their feasibility via prototypical implementations.

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International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT (iJES) – eISSN: 2197-8581
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