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Cristiano Novelli

Cristiano Novelli
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The development of our cities towards the Smart City paradigm is one of the challenges facing today’s society. This means, among other things, continuously developing and adopting ICT technologies in order to create platforms on which governments, businesses and citizens can communicate and work together and providing the necessary connections betw...
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This paper aims at presenting the UKAI approach to the issues of non-interoperability between smart city services and between them and the public administrations. The challenge is to identify the strictly necessary constraints to achieve the goal, lowering in parallel the economic barriers to adoption.
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This paper presents the experience that is running in the Textile, Clothing and Footwear industry under the framework of the European project eBIZ-TCF as a case of standardisation in industrial sectors that are characterised by the large presence of SMEs. The activities are presented in connection with previous initiatives that constitute the indus...
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The idea that undergoes the proposed paper is to present a collaborative framework, mainly based on the ebXML standard, able to implement the extended Smart Garment Organisation (xSGO) and Interoperability concepts in a useful set of tools and reference specifications. We assumed ebXML as a reference for the framework since ebXML represents, at thi...
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In the past different models were defined to represent the life cycle of B2B standards. Starting from there, this work defines a new standards life cycle model aiming to point out the aspects related to the production of Use Profiles and the execution of Conformance and Interoperability Testing. Indeed, at present more than in the past, they are g...
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The paper aims to present a methodology developed to support the COIN IP project in identifying potential synergies between the project outcomes and the world of standards and standardisation. The major references for our purposes are the COPRAS project outcomes and its guidelines to standardisation. Nevertheless, in order to apply such approach to...
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The adoption of a public standard at application domain level enables systems to interoperate, with a positive impact for eBusiness adoption, especially towards SMEs networks. Nevertheless conformance to standard specification is not enough to guarantee interoperability between different implementations. If we consider interoperability based on thr...
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This paper presents the experience that is running in the Textile, Clothing and Footwear industry under the framework of the European project eBIZ-TCF as a case of standardisation in industrial sectors that are characterised by the large presence of SMEs. The activities are presented in connection with previous initiatives that constitute the indus...
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Full text in www.tecnopolo.enea.it/?k=2&li=en&q=11 In this paper we discuss some aspects in business document customisation, and we present a suite of applications, the Document Customisation Suite, that can help the final users of a business standard in its adoption. This work starts from our studies and experiences on setting up business collabo...
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This paper presents the experience that is running in the Textile, Clothing and Footwear industry under the framework of the European project eBIZ-TCF as a case of standardisation in industrial sectors that are characterised by the large presence of SMEs. The activities are presented in connection with previous initiatives that constitute the indus...
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In this paper we discuss some aspects in business document customisation, and we present a suite of applications, the Document Customisation Suite, that can help the final users of a business standard in its adoption. This work starts from our studies and experiences on setting up business collaborations among Small and Medium Enterprises (that hav...
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One core characteristic of the textile and clothing industry (TCI) is networking. The extended smart garment organisation (xSGO) framework will improve the interorganisational knowledge networking in a holistic way. Applying this xSGO framework, a new quality (of) partnership in the textile and clothing value-creation chain will be enabled. The xSG...
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This paper presents some extensions to ebXML derived from the experience of setting up a standard collaborative framework, Moda-ML/TexSpin, addressed to a specific industrial sector (textile/clothing). The large presence of SMEs did not allowed, in the past, the diffusion of EDI technologies and, presently, hampers the diffusion of integration sys...
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Managing business workflow can benefit from the adoption of new solutions proposed by different initiatives of ICT. MODA-ML project defined an interoperability framework, based on ebXML standard, to enhance collaboration and interaction inside the Textile/Clothing supply chain. In this paper we briefly give an overview of the architecture of MODA-M...

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