interoperability


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interoperability

An informatics term referring to the ability of two or more systems or components to exchange and use data.

interoperability

(ĭn″tĕr-ŏp″ĕr-ŭ-bĭl′ĭ-tē) [″ + ″]
The ability of different software programs, e.g., the ones that drive electronic medical records, to share information with each other.
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Interoperability, viewed in this sense, serves to move us further away from cash transactions, with digital payments ecosystems taking the forefront.
"The [organizations] CIO said to me six months ago that he's not looking forward to the conversations he will have to have with his clinicians, which is that you have great interoperability with your current system, and your future system, but the bad news is you won't have the interoperability with the same people.
It enabled interoperability among different IPA devices.
Effective C2 interoperability, at all levels, requires common, or commonly understood, C2 doctrine and procedures and the timely exchange of all relevant information to ensure unity of effort within the philosophy of decentralized command, and full integration and coordination of NATO forces in support of commander joint force's missions" (NATO ATP-3.2.2,2009, section 1-12).
"The AeroMACS multivendor interoperability testing organized by the WiMAX Forum is a key milestone in the development process of the AeroMACS technology.
An interoperability framework can be defined as a set of standards and guidelines that describes the way in which organizations have agreed, or should agree, to interact with each other.
"OSSii shows the industry commitment to reducing OSS interoperability costs.
With proven interoperability between the Cerner and Greenway solutions, clinical, financial and administrative information is exchanged among hospitals and owned or affiliated practices and clinics, enhancing effiency and care coordination.
In order to subdivide the content of system interoperability, researchers have put forward interoperability models with varied levels, such as Levels of Information System interoperability model and interoperable reference model NMI [12] proposed by NATO.
The issue is the refusal by MathWorks to provide a competitor with end-user software licences and accompanying interoperability information for Simulink and MATLAB, thus preventing it from lawfully using reverse engineering to ensure interoperability of its own products with the two MathWorks software products.
Only at the boundary between those Corps, or in the case of reserve forces who might be called upon to reinforce the line, or break through to attack the enemy in the flanks, was interoperability much of an issue.
IFIP International Working Conference on Enterprise Interoperability (3d: 2011: Stockholm, Sweden) Ed.

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