WS V (EISB WG.2): Exploiting the EISB – Motivation, Benefits and Sustainability

Tuesday, 3rd July 2012, 14:00 – 16:00
Animator: Keith Popplewell, Coventry University, UK

Work to date has established a structure and initial, current content for an Enterprise Interoperability Science Base (EISB), driven by a perception of needs evolving over more than a decade. Now we will look to the future: this working group will explore the motivation for researchers, industry and research funding agencies to exploit the knowledge in the EISB to help achieve their own objectives. We will look at issues of why these stakeholders should use the EISB, and how we can motivate an expanding base of users to recognize the potential benefits. The EISB does not exist alone, and relationships (synergy, conflicts, etc.), with formal or informal knowledge bases underpinning neighbouring disciplines will be considered. In the light of this we will also look at how the EISB can be sustained as a current and valuable tool, supporting all stakeholders, and developing relationships with the neighbouring domains, into the next decades.

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  1. What is the impact of a scientific approach to EI?

    Would a scientific approach to interoperability revolutionize how software is designed and developed affecting modelling methods, development platforms, etc.?

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      • What would you need to get convinced?

        From the perspective of each of a researcher industry representative, SME, or research funding agency, what would be the motivation and the offering that would urge you to embrace the EISB?

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          • What do you think your domain would gain and which methods, tools does it share with EI?

            If you represent a neighbouring scientific discipline to EI, which is the shared content and benefits from a collaboration with EI?

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