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interoperability

Definitions

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  • noun The capability of a product or system to interact and function with others.
  • noun military The capacity for a service, piece of equipment etc., to be operated by different forces or groups.

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  • noun (computer science) the ability to exchange and use information (usually in a large heterogeneous network made up of several local area networks)

Etymologies

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interoperable +‎ -ity; alternatively analyzed as inter- +‎ operability.

Examples

  • The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE defines the term interoperability as follows:

    The Healthcare IT Guy

  • They'll be doing things like joint exercises, looking for common directions on peacekeeping, looking for what we call interoperability -- the ability of militaries from different countries, particularly within Africa, to work with each other as they respond to both conflict management situations and also humanitarian crises.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Some projects with natural complementarities will group to create what we call interoperability clusters.

    www.ow2.org

  • If there are is not much operator support (atleast 3 or 4), this solution will suffer in interoperability cases.

    In the Race to LTE, Kineto Talks up Voice

  • But thanks to data exchange standards like XML, he said via chat during the webinar, interoperability is in better shape now.

    Cloud Computing Is a Tool, Not a Strategy

  • But it's still relevant because interoperability is only going to become more important in the social networking world.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • But it's still relevant because interoperability is only going to become more important in the social networking world.

    Meta-social networking

  • | Reply passive-aggressive means you piss people off by not doing something. so microsoft failing to ensure interoperability is passive aggressive. including a bluescreen picture like this is not passive, it's active aggression, because something has been done rather than not done, i think. bob

    Smug Ugly - Anil Dash

  • However interoperability is not something that actually needs to be pervasive.

    Socially networked harddrives | FactoryCity

  • XML-RPC/SOAP/JSON based interoperability is like code-sharing.

    Scripting News for 12/20/2006 « Scripting News Annex

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