21 January 1997 Framework for application interoperability in manufacturing enterprises
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Currently, customized point-to-point integration is no longer acceptable because of the expensive cycle time needed to implement them. Over the past two and a half years IBM and the University of North Carolina have been working to supply the demand for a plug-and-play interoperability methodology among enterprise application. This methodology we called FAIME, a framework for application interoperability for manufacturing enterprise systems. FAIME was designed to help analyst overcome obstacles while integrating enterprise processes using the integration tools suite created using this methodology. FAIME has been successfully prototype within the area of enterprise planning systems and manufacturing execution systems. This document covers this methodology and the integration tools created so we could prototype this methodology against enterprise applications.
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Doug C. Drake, Bei Tseng Bill Chu, John E. Sims, Rayne A. Anderson, Mark A. Hamilton, Russ Lambert, Mark Connard, Junshen Long, Anne Sartin, Eric Wayne, Jian Chen, "Framework for application interoperability in manufacturing enterprises", Proc. SPIE 2913, Plug and Play Software for Agile Manufacturing, (21 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.263451; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.263451


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