service-oriented interoperability framework
sif (service-oriented interoperability framework), which was developed within the GIMI project, facilitates the secure sharing of data across organisational boundaries.
We are currently developing applications in conjunction with the Oxford Centre for Integrative Systems Biology, the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, and the University Admissions Service and Academic Administration Service within Oxford.
On the secure sharing of legacy data
D. Russell‚ D. J. Power‚ M. A. Slaymaker‚ G. K. Kouadri Mostefaoui‚ X. Ma and A. C. Simpson
In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on IT: Next Generation (ITNG 2009). Pages 1676–1679. IEEE. 2009.
The development‚ testing‚ and deployment of a web services infrastructure for distributed healthcare delivery‚ research‚ and training
A. C. Simpson‚ D. J. Power‚ D. Russell‚ M. A. Slaymaker‚ G. Kouadri Mostefaoui‚ G. Wilson and X. Ma
In K. Khan, editor, Managing Web Services Quality: Measuring Outcomes and Effectiveness. Pages 1–22. Idea Group. 2008.
The Application of a Service−Oriented Infrastructure to Support Medical Research in Mammography
C. Tromans‚ J. M. Brady‚ D. J. Power‚ M. A. Slaymaker‚ D. Russell and A. C. Simpson
In Proceedings of MICCAI−Grid 2008. Pages 43–52. 2008.