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Scope and Objectives of MFI family. 2009.08.21 Hajime Horiuchi. History of MFI. 2000.01. 2009.06. 2001.09. 2003.05. 2007.02. 2008.05. 2009.08. Project Approved(2002.06). Project Initiated(2003.05). NWI Propose. MFI-1. Study Period (1 Year). MFI-2. MFI-3. MFI-4. MFI-5. MFI-6.

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Scope and objectives of mfi family

Scopeand Objectives of MFI family

2009.08.21

Hajime Horiuchi


History of mfi

History of MFI

2000.01

2009.06

2001.09

2003.05

2007.02

2008.05

2009.08

Project Approved(2002.06)

Project Initiated(2003.05)

NWI Propose

MFI-1

Study Period

(1 Year)

MFI-2

MFI-3

MFI-4

MFI-5

MFI-6

STP

MFI-7

WD

MFI-8

CD

MFI-9

FCD

FDIS


Name changed

Name Changed

2006

Metamodel Framework for Interoperability(MFI)

2003

MetaModelFramework

(MMF)

NWI: 2001.01

Registering Business Objects


Original goals of iso iec19763 standards

Original goals of ISO/IEC19763 standards

ROR: Registry of Registry

ROR

Registry

Registry

Registry

Registry

Retails

Logistic

Manufacturing

Registry Interoperation

Heterogeneous Registries


Tentative conclusion

Tentative Conclusion:

<<used>>

Architecture

Metamodel

represent

<<governs>>

<<refer>>

Modeling

Profiles

Unique

Identification

<<refer>>

<<used>>

<<used>>

<<governs>>

<<instantiate>>

Metadata

Model

<<refer>>

Common

Modeling

Facility

<<used>>

Domain

Ontology

<<refer>>

<<apply>>

Modeling Views

<<used>>

<<apply>>

<<refer>>

Modeling Patterns

Diagrams

packages

constraints

SoftwareComponents

Domain Model Base

Common Model Constructs


Evolution in mfi

Evolution in MFI

MFI part-9 ODMS (TR)

MFI part-8 RGS

ROR (SP)

MFI part-7 Service

MFI-6 Registration Procedure

MFI part-5 Process Model

MFI part-3 Ontology Registration

MFI part-4 Model Mapping

MFI part-2 Core

ODP

QVT

MOF

MDR

Current MFI patr-1 Scope

Expected New MFI Part-1


Soa could computing

SOA/Could Computing

Saas

Saas

Cloud

Saas

Saas


In the cloud rsia

In the Cloud (RSIA)

SD:ServiceDefinition

SaaS: Software as a Service

RaaS: Registry as a Service

Webservice

SD

Saas

SD

Web Service

SD

RaaS

RaaS

Saas

Saas

SD

SD

Saas

SD

Saas

SD

H21 第1回JACICセミナー


Issues

Issues

  • How to cope with new requirements

    • Cloud Computing

    • X-Grid

    • Web Service Integrations

  • How to integrate;

    • Common facilities for both MDR & MFI

      • Identification Section

      • Naming Section

      • Registration Procedure


Strategy

Strategy

  • Establish tight and active collaborations with business domain people, should be investigated.

    • OMG

    • OASIS

    • UN/CEFACT


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