Open Distributed Processing: Proceedings of the IFIP TC6/WG6.4 International Workshop on Open Distributed Processing, Berlin, Germany, 8-11 October 1991

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Jan de Meer, Volker Heymer, Rudolf Roth
North-Holland, 1992 - Computers - 449 pages
Open Distributed Processing is a central field in the standardization activities of ISO and CCITT. This volume presents important cornerstones related to ODP: an introduction to the ISO Basic Reference Model, providing the framework for future standards in the area of ODP; the architectural implications of ODP; the methods and techniques to model information needs in enterprises; a report on the CCITT studies on Intelligent Networks for new telecommunication services; a report on the Telecommunication Information Networking Architecture Initiative for the synergy between computing and telecommunication; and the fundamental concepts for object-oriented design based on formal descriptions.

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Contents

The Challenge of
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Enterprise Modelling A Necessary Basis for Modern Information Systems
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Rationale for Intelligent Networks
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