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Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise

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Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise. / Morin, J.H.; Pawlak, Michel; Oriol, Manuel.

Citeseer. 2004.

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Morin, JH, Pawlak, M & Oriol, M 2004, Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise. Citeseer. <http://asg.unige.ch/publications/TR06/15Interoperable.pdf>

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Morin, J. H., Pawlak, M., & Oriol, M. (2004). Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise. Citeseer. http://asg.unige.ch/publications/TR06/15Interoperable.pdf

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Morin JH, Pawlak M, Oriol M. Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise. 2004.

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Morin, J.H. ; Pawlak, Michel ; Oriol, Manuel. / Enabling Technologies for the Interoperable Enterprise. 2004. Citeseer.

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