Identifying and solving overlap between messaging standards with the help of domain models, illustrated with HR-XML’s SIDES and SEP

Roes, J.B.M. (2007) Identifying and solving overlap between messaging standards with the help of domain models, illustrated with HR-XML’s SIDES and SEP.

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Abstract:In the Dutch staffing industry, the SIDES standard is widely used for the electronic exchange of information. Recent developments have indicated that in the nearby future the recruitment and matching processes may also be transformed from a complete paper process to an electronic process. Because of these developments, there is also interest in the SEP standard which can be used to exchange recruitment and matching information electronically. Therefore SEP may also be introduced in the Dutch staffing industry. SIDES and SEP have a certain overlap, which makes it unclear when to use what standard in certain cases. As TNO Information and Communication Technology performs work for the SETU (Stichting Elektronische Transacties Uitzendbranche / Foundation for electronic transactions in the staffing industry), which focuses on standards to be used in the Dutch Staffing Industry for the electronic exchange of information, it is important for TNO to know how SIDES and SEP overlap, and how this overlap can be handled for the SETU. The research presented in this paper looks into the entire standardisation process to find out how the overlap between SIDES and SEP can be identified and solved by TNO for the SETU.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science MSc (60300)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/715
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