Digital business : revised selected papers / edited by Luigi Telesca, Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, Veselin Rakocevic.
Contributor(s): Telesca, Luigi [editor] | Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina [editor] | Rakocevic, Veselin [editor] | Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics, and Telecommunications Engineering [issuing body].Material type: Computer fileSeries: Lecture notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics, and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST) (vol. 21).Publisher: Berlin, Germany ; Heidelberg, Germany ; New York, USA : Springer, Copyright date: ©2010Description: 1 electronic resource (xii, 184 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: otherISBN: 9783642115325 (ebk. : PDF); 3642115322 (ebk. : PDF); 9783642115318 (pbk.); 3642115314 (pbk.).DDC classification: 658.872
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CONFERENCE NOTE: revised selected papers from the First International ICST Conference, DigiBiz 2009, London, UK, June 17-19, 2009. -- Title page.
BIBLIOGRAPHY NOTE: includes bibliographical references and index.
MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE:
Preface / Luigi Telesca --
Reservation Schemes For Grid Markets 1 / Marcel Risch --
A Computational Trust Model For E-Commerce Systems 9 / Mehrnoosh Divsalar And Mohammad Abdollahi Azgomi --
A Recommender For Active Preference Estimate 19 / Andrea Malossini And Paolo Avesani --
An Mda Based Environment For Modelling And Executing Business Negotiations 27 / Pierfranco Ferronato And Jason Finnegan --
Analysing Requirements For Virtual Business Alliances – The Case Of Spike 35 / Christian Broser, Christoph Fritsch, Oliver Gmelch, G¨Unther Pernul, Rolf Schillinger, And Sandra Wiesbeck --
Business Impact Of Online Institutional Recommendation 45 / Mihaela Ion And Regis Saint-Paul --
Ucard: A Novel Privacy Friendly Radio Frequency Tag Architecture For Universal Loyalty Card 53 / Krishan Sabaragamu Koralalage And Noriaki Yoshiura --
Vertigo: Find, Enjoy And Share Media Trails Across Physical And Social Contexts 64 / Luca Galli, Renata Guarneri, And Jukka Huhtamaki --
Woice: A Decentralized System For Ubiquitous Voip Services 74 / Costas Kalogiros, Costas Courcoubetis, And Panayotis Antoniadis --
Monitoring Ecosystem Characteristics On Negotiation Environments 82 / Nicolás Hormazábal, Josep Lluis De La Rosa, And Gabriel Lopardo --
Incentives, Business Model And Required Technical Infrastructure For The Economic Aware Data Grid 90 / Dang Minh Quan, Orestis Terzidis, And Sonja Klingert --
The Incoming Trends Of End-User Driven Service Creation 98 / Zhenzhen Zhao, Nassim Laga, And Noel Crespi --
The New Way To Think Television On The Web 109 / Riccardo Mangiaracina, Giovanni Toletti, And Luca Turba --
The Wisdom Of Sustainable Communities In The Digital Era: The Case Of Efficient Energy Management 119 / Alessandro Tavoni And Luigi Telesca --
P2P Business And Legal Models For Increasing Accessibility To Popular Culture 130 / Eitan Altman, Sulan Wong, And Julio Rojas-Mora --
Disruption Of The Digital Media Distribution 139 / Margaret Tan And Miguel A. Morales-Arroyo --
Evolutionary And Pervasive Services 149 / Elia Conchione --
Future Internet Markets And Business Strategies: An Analysis And A Proposal 156 / Man-Sze Li --
Impact Of Microfinance Operations On The Livelihood Of The Clients: A Review Of The Existing Literature 166 / Aliar Hossain, Mohammad Kamal Hossain, And Karim Mohammed Rezaul --
Combining Organisational And Coordination Theory With Model Driven Approaches To Develop Dynamic, Flexible, Distributed Business Systems 175 / Javier Vázquez-Salceda, Luigi Ceccaroni, Frank Dignum, Wamberto Vasconcelos, Julian Padget, Siobhan Clarke, Paul Sergeant, And Kees Nieuwenhuis --
Author Index 185.
MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE:
"This volume contains the proceedings of the First International ICST Conference on Digital Business (DigiBiz 2009), hosted by City University London in London, UK. This annual event had the main objective to stimulate and disseminate research results and experimentation on future Digital Business to a wider multidisciplinary forum that would allow the participants to cross the boundaries between research and business.
The scientific offering in e-business, e-commerce, and ICT in general is quite broad and spans many different research themes, involving several communities and methodologies. The growth and dynamic nature of these research themes pose both challenges and opportunities. The challenges are in having scientists and practitioners talk to each other: despite the fact that they work on similar problems they often use very different languages in terms of research tools and approaches. The opportunities on the other hand arise when scientists and practitioners engage in multidisciplinary discussions leading to new ideas, projects and products.
The first DigiBiz in London engaged the participants in discussions on the evolution of business models, the increased liquidity of competition through increased availability of information and the impact of redesigning the Internet for the current and future business landscape. Topics such as cloud computing, digital media, enterprise interoperability, digital business ecosystems and future Internet paradigms were debated and analyzed combining the technological and research aspects with a challenging business perspective. We tried to cover all aspects related to the success of digital business and to present the opportunities for the specifications of novel models, products and services that are, use and/or rely on ICT. In its first year, Digibiz attracted some excellent scientific papers, application ideas, demonstrations and contributions from industrial research teams all over the world.
The 19 contributions published in this volume represent perspectives from different fields, including organizational theory, applied economics, information studies, communication, computer science, software engineering and telecommunication. A range of different methodologies have been used, spanning from qualitative to quantitative.
The papers deal with subjects such as virtual business alliances, organizational and coordination theory, model-driven businesses, efficient energy management, enegotiations, future Internet markets and business strategies, agent technologies, recommender for active preference estimate , trust & reputation models for e-commerce, RFID architectures, decentralized system for ubiquitous VoIP services, reservation and incentive schemes for grid markets, end-user-driven service creation, digital media distribution, IP-TV, social media trails, P2P business and legal models. Collectively they demonstrate the dynamic and interdisciplinary nature of the business. Each of the chapters was competitively selected over 60 submitted works, using a rigorous peer-reviewed process.
The conference emphasized European leadership by featuring keynote speakers from the European Commission and contributions from various Commission-funded research projects, exhibiting the strength of European industry in the field. It also reviewed innovative visions and ideas from key industry players such as SAP, IBM, BT and Sole 24 Ore, without disregarding regulatory aspects related to the evolution of the mobile business arena."
-- Preface (pp. V-VI).
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