Utilizing CommonKADS as Problem-Solving and Decision-Making for Supporting Dynamic Virtual Organization Creation

Morcous M. Yassa, Hesham A. Hassan, Fatma A. Omara


Business Opportunity (BO) needs business collaboration and rapid distributed solution. Legacy systems are not enough to cope with it and there is a need to create Dynamic Virtual Organizations (DVO). While ecosystems have no agree in this area of business markets, some earlier DVO work used ecosystems to handle BO. The main objective of this paper is to show how CommonKADS knowledge engineering methodology is used to model DVO; life cycle, identification, and formation. Towards this objective, different perspectives used to analyze Collaboration Network Organization (CNO) have been discussed. Also, four more perspectives (CNO boundary fixing, organizational behavior, CNO federation modeling, and external environments) have been suggested to obtain what we called a Federated CNO Model (FCNOM). We believe that according to the work in this paper, the negotiations within CNO components during its life cycle will be minimized, the DVO configuration automation will be support, and more harmonization between CNO partners will be accomplished.


CommonKADS; Problem-Solving; Decision-Making; Dynamic Virtual Organization

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v3.i1.pp1-6


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