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Delinchant B.,Grenoble Institute of Technology | Gaaloul S.,Grenoble Institute of Technology | Verdiere F.,Grenoble Institute of Technology | Wurtz F.,Grenoble Institute of Technology | Gibello P.Y.,EBM WebSourcing
IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference) | Year: 2012

The optimal building management requires developed models to predict building's systems behavior. We propose to achieve this goal, by making available on the web, remote computation services for the composition, simulation and optimization of buildings components. A paradigm shift is necessary in order to fulfill this goal. The well suited paradigm is software components, associated with web-services technologies. We show that models can be embedded in software components and after that, made available on the web without any special effort of the user. We illustrate the use of a web-service calculation by the realization of a remote optimization without ever holding the model.. © 2012 IEEE. Source


Ouedraogo W.F.,INSA Lyon | Biennier F.,INSA Lyon | Salatge N.,EBM WebSourcing
2010 6th International Conference on Information Assurance and Security, IAS 2010 | Year: 2010

The development of web 2.0 increases the call for agile and simple Business process support. SOA (Service oriented Architecture) provides companies with a new model to build their IT applications around their business processes and combine them dynamically and flexibly with the services of partner companies. In this open and distributed context, it is required to implement an appropriate security at each service. So, during the composition of service, it will be good for user to specify the security preference to associate to each service. In this article we describe in a first step, the difficulty of using analytical risk methods such as EBIOS, Mehari and OCTAVE to specify the constraints of security to associate with services. Then we present the SOA and its security component, therefore start the service bus ESB will act as an intermediary between the client and service provider. In a second step, we develop our method that can lead to the specification of security and describe how it would be possible to specify these security constraints during the service composition. © 2010 IEEE. Source


Rajsiri V.,EBM WebSourcing | Lorre J.-P.,EBM WebSourcing | Benaben F.,University Of Toulouse Mines Dalbi | Pingaud H.,University Of Toulouse Mines Dalbi
Computers in Industry | Year: 2010

This paper presents an ontology-based approach for the design of a collaborative business process model (CBP). This CBP is considered as a specification of needs in order to build a collaboration information system (CIS) for a network of organizations. The study is a part of a model-driven engineering approach of the CIS in a specific enterprise interoperability framework that will be summarised. An adaptation of the Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) is used to represent the CBP model. We develop a knowledge-based system (KbS) which is composed of three main parts: knowledge gathering, knowledge representation and reasoning, and collaborative business process modelling. The first part starts from a high abstraction level where knowledge from business partners is captured. A collaboration ontology is defined in order to provide a structure to store and use the knowledge captured. In parallel, we try to reuse generic existing knowledge about business processes from the MIT Process Handbook repository. This results in a collaboration process ontology that is also described. A set of rules is defined in order to extract knowledge about fragments of the CBP model from the two previous ontologies. These fragments are finally assembled in the third part of the KbS. A prototype of the KbS has been developed in order to implement and support this approach. The prototype is a computer-aided design tool of the CBP. In this paper, we will present the theoretical aspects of each part of this KbS as well as the tools that we developed and used in order to support its functionalities. © 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Baude F.,French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation | Filali I.,French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation | Huet F.,French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation | Legrand V.,French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation | And 7 more authors.
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing | Year: 2010

Embracing service-oriented architectures in the context of large systems, such as the Web, rises a set of new and challenging issues: increased size and load in terms of users and services, distribution, and dynamicity. A top-down federation of service infrastructure support that we name "service cloud" and that is capable of growing to the scale of the Internet, is seen as a promising response to such new challenges. In this paper, we define the service cloud concept, its promises and the requirements in terms of architecture and the corresponding middleware. We present some preliminary proofs of concept through the integration of a JBI-compliant enterprise service bus, extended to our needs, and a scalable semantic space infrastructure, both relying on an established grid middleware environment. The new approach offers service consumers and providers a fully transparent, distributed and federated means to access, compose and deploy services on the Internet. Technically, our contribution advances core service bus technology towards the service cloud by scaling the registries and message routers to the level of federations via a hierarchical approach, and by incorporating the communication and coordination facilities offered by a global semantic space. © 2010 ACM. Source


Rajsiri V.,EBM WebSourcing | Fleury N.,EBM WebSourcing | Crosmarie G.,EBM WebSourcing | Lorre J.-P.,EBM WebSourcing
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing | Year: 2011

The growing of business market dictates new requirements of agility to the business process environment. An event-driven approach can deal with this issue since an event can be defined as a significant change in the state of a system or an environment. This paper is focused on the combination of the event-driven approach and the business process modeling one by developing a cloud-enabled event-based business process editor and simulator. BPMN2.0 is the relevant business process formalism used since it can represent graphically various kind of operating activities and events. © 2011 Springer-Verlag. Source

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