ALGORITHMIC MODEL OF A DISTRIBUTED CORPORATE NOTIFICATION SYSTEM IN CONTEXT OF A CORPORATE CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEM
UDC 004.75, 004.58
I.V. Vatamaniuk, R.N. Yakovlev
This paper discusses an architecture of a corporate notification system, ensuring information support for enterprise staff and belongs to the corporate cyber-physical system. The tasks of this system include: display of content on mobile devices and stationary displays; management of content data and its presentation; personalized content prioritization. The proposed corporate notification system provides digital content display and embraces the following components: the backend – main functional unit, being run on the corporate cyber-physical system application server, including, particularly, the software units for interoperation with data stores, as well software components, coupled with the software of the stationary screens. The interaction scenarios of stationary screens and corporate notification system server backend are considered to implement schedule management, events, as well management of content, uploaded into the system. Algorithmic model is proposed for dynamic composition and prioritization of user notifications, based on content classification groups, user access levels, relevant event lists and their relevance periods. The proposed corporate notification system employs usual networking technologies and has no dependencies with certain proprietary hardware and software platforms. It meets extensibility and portability criteria and can be integrated into existing corporate cyber-physical system as a new component.
Keywords: cyber-physical system, information system, service-oriented architecture, enterprise architecture, algorithmic model, notification prioritization, service personalization.