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Stress Fractures of the Tibia after Jogging

Steller EP Unlu C
2014 Journal of Trauma and Treatment  
The intention of this paper, however, is to provide a simple survey and quick enumeration of the many, varied efforts from across industry.  ...  Based largely on markup meta-languages, such as the Standard General Markup Language (SGML) and the eXtensible Markup Language (XML), these efforts cover a wide range of industries, applications and functions  ...  BizTalk™ Framework is language for business-to-business electronic commerce. In cooperation with the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2167-1222.s2-006 fatcat:73kmefkhtreindbb5grlmjlj4i

The Human Semantic Web Shifting from Knowledge Push to Knowledge Pull

Ambjörn Naeve
2005 International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)  
An example is presented in Conzilla of conceptual calibration between systems for e-commerce.  ...  to the user in a way that creates substantial benefits in terms of overview, clarity and flexibility.  ...  The Electronic Commerce Integration Meta-Framework As an example of the conceptual calibration technique, we will consider the case of e-commerce systems, where the KMR group has been involved in a standardization  ... 
doi:10.4018/jswis.2005070101 fatcat:4m534mofmfc33frs4zig5ot6uy

Electronic Commerce and Organizational Innovation: Aspects and Opportunities

2003 International Journal of Electronic Commerce  
Over the past decade, electronic commerce on the technological foundation of the Web-Internet compound has entered extensive areas of organizational and social activity.  ...  These aspects lead to specific innovational opportunities that can be exploited to organize and address marketplaces, offer innovative products, collaborate with business partners, transform business processes  ...  As will be seen, an extensive analytical and research literature on e-commerce has been developing.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10864415.2003.11044273 fatcat:v34fpvydavckxoqge6lfgyvpwm

The Role of European Governments in the Digital Economy [chapter]

Arnoud De Meyer
2006 The Information Society in an Enlarged Europe  
million to al-most all universities and colleges to promote the broad use of ICT.  ...  electronic commerce.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-33156-5_5 fatcat:x3ywyb3oqnbijaumgxkuy3gy3i

Page 831 of American Anthropologist Vol. 116, Issue 4 [page]

2014 American Anthropologist  
It also points to an equally critical, but frequently erased, feature of “last mile connectivity” (Stone 2011:768): the local cultural frameworks that shape attitudes toward MOOCs.  ...  Indeed, this suggests that an apprenticeship in user-centric pedagog- ical norms may itself be a critical prerequisite for students coming to MOOCs trom different educational cultures.  ... 

Information Communication Technology [chapter]

2014 Facilities Manager's Desk Reference  
The paper demonstrates that future of e-Tourism will be focused on consumer centric technologies to ensure that the new sophisticated and experienced consumers are served.  ...  Only those organizations that appreciate the opportunities which ICTs bring and manage their resources successfully will be able to enhance their innovation and competitiveness in the future.  ...  Permission to publish this article has been granted by Elsevier Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118785386.ch27 fatcat:ccs7nxfaznfc3jkqiy2krnmc5q

The personal Grid e-workspace (g-work) [chapter]

M.N. Vafopoulos, G.A. Gravvanis, A.N. Platis
2006 Grid Technologies  
The fundamental challenge along the way is to provide an integrated bundle of user-centric web services coupled to processing power resources, namely a personal grid e-workspace (g-work) to every citizen  ...  ICTs should be conceived as "Interaction & Cooperation Technologies" that promote the process of "networking" public sector, private enterprises and help individuals to facilitate the relationships that  ...  This requires policy to promote ICT's literacy as a life skill and ensure that access is available to all who want it.  ... 
doi:10.2495/1-84564-055-1/08 fatcat:dkiqfu4bqzcujgbotqylfbupt4

The Social Impacts of Information and Communication Technology in Nigeria

Jonathan E. Ogbuabor, Monica N. Agu, Ugbor I. Kalu
2017 International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues  
Overall, we find that there is still a large scope of social benefits of ICTs yet to be explored in Nigeria.  ...  to the society as a whole, like e-fraud, hacking, dissemination of offensive images by foreign and local media, and job displacements leading to unemployment.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Professor C. C.  ... 
doaj:808c1378e86445aab55fa6455e1aecb5 fatcat:j5ih74vxpfdoldjzjqphtuuuo4

International Trade, Internet Governance and the Shaping of the Digital Economy

Neha Mishra
2017 Social Science Research Network  
and confidence in the use of electronic commerce' and to 'promote' 'wider use' of electronic commerce. 26 This provision implies that openness in electronic commerce or digital trade (including free  ...  Barriers to Internet openness also constitute barriers to electronic commerce.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2997254 fatcat:2yff3p2dq5c4haktce52ztlq3e

A framework-based approach to building private trading exchanges

S. Kumaran, Y. Huang, J.-Y. Chung
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
Another area that needs work is solution-centric management of the PTX solution.  ...  It focuses on the XML (Extensible Markup Language) -based B2B (business-to-business) collaboration that is supported by a suite of products acquired or internally developed, ranging from an integration  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.412.0253 fatcat:u3ks4lqmyzez5oamz2qblsxs24

Towards a Systematic Approach for the Credibility of Human-Centric Web Applications

Pankaj Kamthan
2007 Journal of Web Engineering  
A framework for understanding and addressing the credibility of human-centric Web Applications in a methodical manner is proposed.  ...  Based on a taxonomy of credibility, the origins of the issue of credibility specific to human-centric Web Applications are explored and examples in support are presented.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Terrill Fancott (Concordia University, Canada) for useful discussions, the members of the Credibility Commons Project for their support, and the reviewers  ... 
dblp:journals/jwe/Kamthan07 fatcat:gh2qjx3xkbdaviuscyual3yhrm

Framework of e-governance at the local government level

Hakikur Rahman
2009 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance - ICEGOV '09  
Before conclusion, it will try to put forward prospective research agenda, including framework of a future e-government system at the local government level.  ...  Furthermore, to be more concise, the research will specifically focus on e-government implementations at the grass roots that penetrated the lowest tier of the governance system for community empowerment  ...  However, this study feels that to framework an appropriate e-governance system, these could be supplementary issues that need to clearly justified, attended, and solved by proper authorization, experimentation  ... 
doi:10.1145/1693042.1693121 dblp:conf/icegov/Rahman09 fatcat:5iqr327kbfgl3jubqwduyfqgt4

Non-business E-Commerce in Malaysia: An Investigation of Key Adoption

2011 American Journal of Economics and Business Administration  
A field survey was conducted to determine key factors that facilitate the adoption of non-business EC in Malaysian Universities.  ...  Results: They suggest that relative advantage, network orientation and information efficiency are the most important facilitators to the used of e-commerce in non-business sectors.  ...  The use of website for providing product information to an organization's stakeholders is the basic step in the electronic commerce.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajebasp.2011.177.185 fatcat:5pa6pgak65fgvf2abwknh4cvxa

Development of a Service Framework for Library Users from Customer Relationship Management Perspective [chapter]

Shiow-Luan Wang
2012 Advances in Customer Relationship Management  
To avoid existing issues on electronic resources, the proposed CRM helps library managers review their service strategies and promote the value of using the library in the university.  ...  Organizations move from product-or brand-centric marketing to a more customer-centric approach, i.e., one-to-one communication capabilities (Reinartz, et al., 2004) .  ...  It could be a great help to CRM personnel, student, managers and any one that works directly or indirectly with customers.  ... 
doi:10.5772/32248 fatcat:xv3vsbxesrgrzaxh2q2utpzvoa

An Innovative Approach for E-Government Transformation

Ali M. Al Khouri
2011 International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains  
The framework presents an approach to guide governments worldwide, and UAE in particular, to develop a top down strategy and leverage technology in order realize its long term goal of e-government transformation  ...  It presents an innovative framework to support e-government implementation, which was developed from a practitioner's perspective and based on learnings from numerous e-government practices around the  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work presented in this study is an extension to a previous research study published in the Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, under the title: "A strategy framework  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmvsc.2011.2102 fatcat:tc75evjgdzeahib4l4yrxtx2cm
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