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Research on the Application Integration Model for the Agricultural Enterprise of Integrative Production and Marketing

Abstract : To integrate application systems under heterogeneous environments has gradually become a pressing demand for most agricultural enterprise. The vast diversity of implementation technologies increases the complexity of applications integration. With the aim of facilitating the development of integration solutions, we propose the specification of application integration. To achieve this, we analyzed the current situation of information, the environment of application systems, and the specific requirements of integration. We also studied the integration technologies. And then the ESB-SOA model for the agricultural enterprise of integrative production and marketing was proposed on the basis of a number of advanced technologies, such as ESB, SOA, EAI and Web Service. Based on ESB and SOA technologies, the model is able to utilize and integrate effectively various service resources on the geographically distributed computing environments. And through intelligent agent technologies, it supports cooperation and coordination mechanisms for the service activities. To exemplify and validate the profile, a case study is presented in which the proposed profile is used.
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Feng Yang, Xiandi Zhang, Zhongqiang Liu, Zhenzhi Wang, Kaiyi Wang. Research on the Application Integration Model for the Agricultural Enterprise of Integrative Production and Marketing. 4th Conference on Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Oct 2010, Nanchang, China. pp.682-695, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-18354-6_80⟩. ⟨hal-01563464⟩

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