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Real-time aware protocols for general e-commerce and electronic auction transactions

S. Subramanian, M. Singhal
Proceedings. 19th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems. Workshops on Electronic Commerce and Web-based Applications. Middleware  
In this paper, we propose real-time aware p r otocols for general e-commerce and electronic auction transactions.  ...  In some applications it is important to be able to detect if a transaction completed within a short stipulated time, and to compensate the customer for losses or refund customer fee if the real-time constraint  ...  Real-Time Aware Auction Protocol In this section, we propose a protocol for electronic auction transactions on the system model described in Section 2.1.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ecmdd.1999.776416 fatcat:grlynyqqi5dihbipml7jzmddui

Control of B2B E-Commerce and the Impact on Industry Structure

Stephen Standifird, Chris Sandvig
2002 First Monday  
The auctioneers merely provide a format for facilitating the transaction.  ...  Dealer and exchange based B2B e-commerce systems tend to restrict participation as compared to broker and auction based B2B e-commerce systems.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v7i11.1008 fatcat:tcuku6psrfhfziqict473hw6iq

Electronic Commerce and the Implications for Market Structure

Thomas Adelaar
2006 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
Página 1 de 20 Electronic Commerce and the Implications for Market Structure 11/10/01 http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol5/issue3/adelaar.htm Structural changes in markets, such as disintermediation, would  ...  In recent years, it has been widely stated that electronic commerce will signify the dawn of a friction-free market (Gates, 1995) .  ...  Acknowledgments This article is based on parts of the author's master thesis, which was accepted by the Faculty of Geographical Sciences at Utrecht  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.2000.tb00346.x fatcat:4z2b3d3nbndk5j6o6yhqwer4ey

Consumer-to-Consumer Electronic Commerce

Kiku Jones, Lori N.K. Leonard
2007 Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations  
The study provides implications for future research and practice.  ...  However, according to a meta-analysis of critical themes of e-commerce, C2C e-commerce was only represented in the area of online auctions (Wareham, Zheng, & Straub, 2005).  ...  In a quick search for C2C e-commerce, only a few articles could be found which did not solely focus on online auctions and reputation systems.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jeco.2007100103 fatcat:lpycnpxwangtxdht43ynhhik34

Intelligent Support for Sophisticated e-Commerce Services: An Agent-Based Auction Framework Modeled after the New York Stock Exchange Specialist System

Griggs, Wild
2003 e-Service Journal  
This paper describes an e-service agent-based architecture for electronic commerce.  ...  A parallel trend in electronic commerce is the development of auction markets in contrast to traditional fixed posted price models.  ...  CONCLUSION This paper proposes an architecture for auction-based electronic commerce modeled after the NYSE specialist system.  ... 
doi:10.2979/esj.2003.2.2.87 fatcat:jqf2ooesifhobjl2l5z56kr2be

Intelligent Support for Sophisticated e-Commerce Services: An Agent-Based Auction Framework Modeled after the New York Stock Exchange Specialist System

Ken Griggs, Rosemary Wild
2003 e-Service Journal  
This paper describes an e-service agent-based architecture for electronic commerce.  ...  A parallel trend in electronic commerce is the development of auction markets in contrast to traditional fixed posted price models.  ...  CONCLUSION This paper proposes an architecture for auction-based electronic commerce modeled after the NYSE specialist system.  ... 
doi:10.1353/esj.2003.0012 fatcat:wrnjylqklnhd5ixeiqtpaiavbe

OFFER: A broker-centered object framework for electronic requisitioning [chapter]

Martin Bichler, Carrie Beam, Arie Segev
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a CORBA-based object framework called OFFER, focused on electronic procurement and business-to-business commerce.  ...  Key functionality of the broker is the ability to search in underlying electronic catalogs and the ability to use auction mechanisms to buy or sell goods.  ...  (R)Evolution of Electronic Procurement Systems The past few years have seen several major information technologies come together to produce viable electronic commerce systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0053408 fatcat:e3x6az63hfapjg2lrzuzppkcsa

Special Issue: Economics of Electronic Commerce

Ravi Bapna, Anitesh Barua, Andrew B. Whinston
2014 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Systems Research and as senior editor for Information Systems Research. he serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Management Information Systems and International Journal of Electronic Commerce  ...  By encouraging and publishing high-quality electronic commerce articles for two decades, the Journal of Management Information Systems has played a key role in the development of the academic literature  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222310201 fatcat:mlr3m5y3izfrnaskv72obtluri

A New Definition Of A Business Model

Nancy J. Niles
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
between the buyer and seller, regardless of whether it is a traditional transaction, an electronic transaction or the type of transaction.  ...  The direct comparisons of traditional and e-commerce business models illustrate the major component of a business model—the transaction that occurs between the seller and buyer and that the transaction  ...  She previously taught at Concord University in Athens, West Virginia for four years. She spent nearly 20 years in management before joining the academe.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v6i12.2504 fatcat:fuhj7hus6vea7prlsorlgthjte

Roles of the Buyer´s Trust in Seller in Posted-Price Model of Consumer to Consumer E-Commerce

Jaehun Joo
2015 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
There is no real-name system Escrow service All transaction must employ Auction's escrow services Using escrow services is optional Penalty for a violation Auction can cancel the membership  ...  Institution-based trust includes escrow services, real-name systems, and the three-strikes and you're out policy (i.e., sellers who violate safety and transaction guidelines more than three times would  ...  Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762015000300004 fatcat:rzxvk42xrvdr3lecid47arxlfm

Blockchain Based Bidding System

Mr. C. K Srinivas
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
The E-auction, one of the most common e-commerce events, allows bidders to bid directly on the Internet.  ...  The smart contract consists of the Auctioneer address, the start time for the auction, the deadline, the current winner's address, and the current highest price.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Addressing to our beloved and highly esteemed institute, "Ballari Institute of Technology &Management" for having well qualified staff and labs provided with the required equipment.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.37310 fatcat:kgmvocdxqfgi3decg7lz4evxrq

Agents as Mediators in Electronic Commerce [chapter]

Robert Guttman, Alexandros Moukas, Pattie Maes
1999 Intelligent Information Agents  
This paper surveys several of these agentmediated electronic commerce systems by describing their roles in the context of a Consumer Buying Behavior (CBB) model.  ...  The CBB model we present augments traditional marketing models with concepts from Software Agents research to accommodate electronic markets.  ...  Today's first-generation agent-mediated electronic commerce systems are already creating new markets (e.g., low-cost consumer-to-consumer and refurbished goods) and beginning to reduce transaction costs  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-60018-0_8 fatcat:j3tbzk2iz5d5fovp65oa655spe

Agent-mediated electronic commerce: a survey

ROBERT H. GUTTMAN, ALEXANDROS G. MOUKAS, PATTIE MAES
1998 Knowledge engineering review (Print)  
This paper surveys several of these agentmediated electronic commerce systems by describing their roles in the context of a Consumer Buying Behavior (CBB) model.  ...  We then discuss the variety of Artificial Intelligence techniques that support agent mediation and conclude with future directions of agent-mediated electronic commerce research.  ...  Tete-a-Tete Agent Technologies for Electronic Commerce Most of the technologies supporting todayÕs agentmediated electronic commerce systems stem from ArtiÞcial Intelligence (AI) research.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269888998002082 fatcat:z5e5hahdhvhcljguvyplfetpo4

Special issue on trust and privacy in electronic commerce

Peter Herrmann, Mozhgan Tavakolifard
2010 Electronic Commerce Research  
This special issue of the Electronic Commerce Research Journal is devoted to present novel research work from leading scientists discussing relevant issues in both trust and privacy of electronic commerce  ...  In the field of Electronic Commerce, this prospect will offer us undreamed-of business opportunities.  ...  Moreover, we are grateful to Bezalel Gavish and Jackie James, the effective engines of the Electronic Commerce Research Journal.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10660-010-9065-x fatcat:v57n7uwjtjcjhll2typ7cwocki

An Agent-Based Multi-Issue Negotiation System in E-Commerce

Timothy K. Shih, Chuan-Feng Chiu, Hui-Huang Hsu
2003 Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations  
Thus, we use the advantage of agent technology as the major system developed approach. With the help of the technology, the system can be more efficient in many Internet commerce applications.  ...  Internet commerce became an interesting research area along with the change of this new computing environment. In a traditional commerce environment, negotiation was an interesting topic in the past.  ...  ., and it is suitable for designing a computer supported negotiation system. Therefore, an agent-based negotiation system is proposed.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jeco.2003010101 fatcat:hqkwpb4czva2rdv4pqnzkukhvu
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