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Balanced matching of buyers and sellers in e-marketplaces

Peter Haddawy, Namthip Rujikeadkumjorn, Khaimook Dhananaiyapergse, Christine Cheng
2004 Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Electronic commerce - ICEC '04  
In particular, we develop algorithms that emulate the practice of trade brokers by matching buyers and sellers in such a way that trade volume is maximized while the balance of trade is maintained as much  ...  We show that the buyer/seller matching and trade balance problems can be decoupled, permitting efficient solution as well as numerous options for matching strategies. exchange rule of thumb that maximizing  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Bob Bagga and Chris Haddawy at BizXchange for their time and patience in helping us to understand the operations of trade exchanges and for generously providing the transaction  ... 
doi:10.1145/1052220.1052232 dblp:conf/ACMicec/HaddawyRDC04 fatcat:z6d37qsn7rayrbmf3g7rw6qpve

Optimizing ad hoc trade in a commercial barter trade exchange

Peter Haddawy, Christine Cheng, Namthip Rujikeadkumjorn, Khaimook Dhananaiyapergse
2005 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications  
In particular, we develop algorithms that emulate the practice of trade brokers by matching buyers and sellers in such a way that trade volume is maximized while the balance of trade is maintained as much  ...  In this paper, we describe the operation of barter trade exchanges by identifying key techniques used by trade brokers to stimulate trade and satisfy member needs, and present algorithms to automate some  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Bob Bagga and Chris Haddawy at BizXchange for their time and patience in helping us to understand the operations of trade exchanges and for generously providing the transaction  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2005.06.001 fatcat:lp6gqbrbj5cjdemwftyrfe6zx4

Increasing Bid Expressiveness for Effective and Balanced E-Barter Trading [chapter]

Azzurra Ragone, Tommaso Di Noia, Eugenio Di Sciascio, Francesco M. Donini
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An e-barter is basically a closed e-marketplace, where agents may exchange (buy/sell) goods -or equivalent trade dollars-only with other participants to the e-barter.  ...  Obviously, in such systems one of the major issues is keeping exchanges as balanced as possible.  ...  and Balanced E-Barter Trading 141 hospitality.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-93920-7_9 fatcat:at6yimukbjglxfbqpk6wplhe5y

Applications of flexible pricing in business-to-business electronic commerce

M. Bichler, J. Kalagnanam, K. Katircioglu, A. J. King, R. D. Lawrence, H. S. Lee, G. Y. Lin, Y. Lu
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
Acknowledgments The following colleagues have contributed to the projects discussed in this paper: Harriet Cao, Andrew Davenport, Markus Ettl, Roger Gung, Vijay Iyengar, Yunhee Jang, Juhnyoung Lee, and  ...  in advanced e-marketplace environments.  ...  in spot markets or trading exchanges to satisfy more speculative demand.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.412.0287 fatcat:qqdhtksu4nfgtlflkp2xgzoweu

Online dispute resolution [chapter]

2014 United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Yearbook 2011  
The number of active e-marketplaces is difficult to assess, mainly for three reasons: First of all, many e-marketplaces changed their business model in 2001 and became software companies, portals or service  ...  This leads to the effect that e-marketplace directories typically do not have information about all e-marketplaces existing.  ... 
doi:10.18356/d6d653e0-en fatcat:x7yblrictfadbkveg6cqht537a

Successful introduction of B2B electronic marketplace projects [article]

Eva Hartmann, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Hans Georg Gemünden
2002
E-marketplaces, which enable buyers and sellers to innovate entire business processes from sourcing, production to customer service.  ...  The major benefits of B2B E-marketplaces can be clustered in three groups: process improvements, cost reductions and new business generation.  ...  The matching of buyers and sellers is controlled by the intermediary similar to the process at a stock exchange.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-438 fatcat:wrborwmdrbcshjcpjgjuxcjauu

A framework for mobile e-commerce based on intelligent agents

Zhiyong Weng, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2013
Mobile e-commerce has offered new channels for trading products in e-marketplaces over mobile devices by applying the intelligent and mobile agent technologies.  ...  The use of mobile agents is improved to reduce connection time and simplify the manipulation of mobile devices.  ...  Agent Behaviors Table 4 . 4 2 Behaviors of Buying Agents Table 5 . 5 buyers and sellers in the multiple e-marketplaces.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-18989 fatcat:7hqnxediejhgtow6oaay2iesqm

Experience marketing as a modern promotion strategy for hotels chains
Маркетинг опыта как современная стратегия продвижения гостиничных сетей

Анна Чуракова
2019 Маркетинг и маркетинговые исследования  
We'd particularly like to thank all the practitioners who have shared their experiences on applying digital marketing which feature on www.smartinsights.com and in this edition of Emarketing Excellence  ...  For many, these are uncharted waters, so we need to explore the best approaches and convince others to invest in our exploration.  ...  To help summarize the linkages and traffic flows in your e-marketplace, we urge you to create an e-marketplace map (Figure 3 .1).  ... 
doi:10.36627/2074-5095-2019-3-3-186-196 fatcat:35jotkp3zrhmza7e5t4vqgiglq

ICTs in medium-sized farms in developing countries: a case study in Mexico:

Luis Emilio Lastra Gil, Chrisanthi Avgerou
2018
The thesis discusses the ICTs used in the business process cycle of farming and their impact on business development and economic exchange.  ...  We examine issues of learning and co-operation, and how ICTs have affected production and distribution and the positioning of farmers in the context of their work practices and economic relations.  ...  A more modern concept of the network has arisen with e-marketplace re-intermediation, a new ecosystem of buyers and sellers.  ... 
doi:10.21953/lse.6x78113tndgz fatcat:xg4iqwcfrvgkfkls7pehjyuzpm

FMEC: Overview and Interpretation [chapter]

Steven O. Kimbrough, D.J. Wu
Formal Modelling in Electronic Commerce  
End notes Much of the work described in this paper was produced for the "Workshop on Formal Models for Electronic Commerce," organized by Yao-Hua Tan Acknowledgements The work reported here was supported  ...  In all simulations, strategies were selected from the unit cube (or square) with uniform random deviates (excluding 0 and 1).  ...  For example, in Figure 3 , the buyer and the seller exchange goods, and the buyer has to make two payments: one for goods, and the other for delivery.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-26989-4_1 fatcat:i2edv2pv75ccnaf4ocgw2ozbbi

Types of Decisions Based on Multi-Criteria Analysis Applicable to Extractive Industry

Public Services In Romania, E Vasile, D Carapancea, M Balan
2011 unpublished
-Trust in B2B e-Marketplaces Lesconi Frumuşanu, M.; Breuer, A.; Jurchescu, D.-The Role of Accounting Information Writing and Project Implementation Man, M.; Marin, R.M.  ...  in Romania between the 20s and the 40s of the twentieth century.  ...  There are many benefits to be gained by companies trading across the Internet through the e-marketplaces.  ... 
fatcat:7oaymqtnqvfvzolbhev73ii6my

A Metamodel for Business Rules with Access Control

Lex Wedemeijer
2016 Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design   unpublished
Involved partners were MobiHealth (eHealth provider), Reinier MDC (laboratory), and University of Twente. At the time of writing, the POCT service of the case study is provided by Mobipoct B.V.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The original research for this paper was part of the IntoPOCT project sponsored by ZonMW (The Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development), as part  ...  is given enough incentive to use the e-Marketplace (and, in most business models, pay for the use of it).  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006222100460053 fatcat:4fyl522eibfx3g2qaeq7nvk2um