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Towards the E-Society : E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government :  E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government - Beat Schmid

Towards the E-Society : E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government

E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government

By: Beat Schmid (Editor), Katarina Stanoevska (Editor), Volker Tschammer (Editor)

Hardcover Published: September 2001
ISBN: 9780792375296
Number Of Pages: 860

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Towards the E-Society is a state-of-the-art book which deals with innovative trends in communications systems, information processing, and security and trust in electronic commerce, business, and government. The book contains recent results of research and development in the following areas: Security and trust; Inter-organisational transactions; Virtual enterprises; Online communities; Strategies and business models; Customer relationships; Negotiations; Formal E-models; E-commerce-induced reengineering; E-government; E-democracy; M-commerce. Towards the E-Society comprises the proceedings of I3E 2001, the First International Conference on E-Commerce, E-Business, E-Government, which was held at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, in October 2001, and sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).

Conferences Committees. List of Reviewers. Acknowledgements. Preface. Main Track - Part One: Security and Trust. 1. Trust Based Contracting in Virtual Organizations; K. Lenz, A. Oberweis, S. Schneider. 2. Trustbuilders and Trustbusters; J. Riegelsberger, M.A. Sasse. 3. A Taxonomy for Trusted Services; J. Ã~lnes. 4. System Models, e-Risks and e-Trust; T. Dimitrakos. 5. Digital Evidence; N. Lundblad. 6. Security Requirements of E-Business Processes; K. Knorr, S. Röhrig. 7. Performance Analysis of Smart Card-Based Fingerprint Recognition for Secure User Authentication; Young-Hee Gil, Yongwha Chung, Dosung An, Jihuyn Moon, Hakil Kim. 8. Fingerprint Authentication System for Smart Cards; N. Kaku, T. Murayama, S. Yamamoto. 9. Tamper-Resistance Network; K. Kuramitsu, K. Sakamura. Main Track - Part Two: Inter-Organisational Transactions. 10. Pattern-directed auditing of inter-organisational trade procedures; R.M. Lee, R.W.H. Bons, R.W. Wagenaar. 11. Cross-organizational Workflow Management; O. Kulendik, K. Rothermel, R. Siebert. 12. Modelling a Business To Business Intermediation Platform; A.K. Kaltabani, M.A. Lambrou, G.T. Karetsos, M.E. Anagnostou. Main Track - Part Three: Virtual Enterprises. 13. Towards Dynamic Virtual Enterprises; V. Ouzounis, V. Tschammer. 14. A Semi-Automated Brokerage for a Virtual Organization of Mould and Die Industries in Brazil; R.J. Rabelo, R.V. Vallejos. 15. An engineering approach to develop Business Networks; R. Alt, C. Reichmayr, T. Puschmann, F. Leser, H. Oesterle. Main Track e Part Four: Online Communities. 16. The Community Model of Content Management; J. Hummel, U. Lechner. 17. Learning About the Online Customer: A. Nyberg, O. Henfridsson. 18. Information Dissemination in Virtual Communities as Challenge to Real World Companies; C. Lueg. Main Track e Part Five: Strategies and Business Models. 19. Insights into IST and E-business Strategy Development; D.H. Brown, P.J. Robinson. 20. E-commerce strategy formulation; L. Labuschagne, J. Eloff. 21. Business Models for Information Goods Electronic Commerce; F. Wijnhoven. 22. Implications of e-Commerce for Banking and Finance; M.S.H. Heng. 23. Electronic Commerce Use in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises; F. Karakaya, O. Khalil. 24. The Development of E-Commerce in Malaysia; A. Sulaiman, R. Jani, S. Bahri. 25. Employing the Balanced Scorecard for the Online Media Business; M. Anding, T. Hess. 26. A Model for Value-added Internet Service Provisioning; H. Kneer, U. Zurfluh, B. Stiller. Main Track e Part Six: Customer Relationships. 27. A Mechanism for Evaluating Feedback of E-Commerce Sites; K. Renaud, P. KotzÉ, T. van Dyk. 28. Feature-oriented vs. Needs-oriented Product Access for Non-Expert Online Shoppers; D. Felix, C. Niederberger, P. Steiger, M. Stolze. 29. An Architecture for Web-Based Post-Sales Service in a Flexible Manufacturing Environment; Weidong Zhang, F. Coenen, P. Leng. 30. Efficient Winner Determination Techniques for Internet Multi-Unit Auctions; A. Bassamboo, M. Gupta, S. Juneja. 31. 'Figaro should be in Sydney by the 2nd of July' e Contracting in many-to-many e-services; O. Marjanovic, Z. Milosevic. 32. Trading among Untrusted Partners via Voucher Trading System; K. Fujimura, M. Terada. Minitrack One e Formal E-Models. 33. The Influence of Market Uncertainties on Business Models for Online Music; W. Buhse. 34. An Approach to Knowledge Management Support in E-Business Processes; I. Slembek. 35. Electronic Reverse Auctions e Success Metrics & Dynamics; I. Millet, D.H. Parente, J.L. Fizel, R.R. Venkataraman. 36. Security Modelling for Electronic Commerce: The Common Electronic Purse Specifications; J. JÜrjens, G. Wimmel. 37. A Three-Phase Model of Electronic Marketplaces for Software Components in Chemical Engineering; M. Schoop, J. KÖller, T. List, C. Quix. 38. The communicative logic of negotiation in B2B e-commerce; H. Weigand. 39. Hierarchical Knowledge and Meta-Observations; R.

ISBN: 9780792375296
ISBN-10: 0792375297
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 860
Published: September 2001
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 4.6
Weight (kg): 1.51

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