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Ensuring the success of contract formation in agent-mediated electronic commerce. Electronic Commerce Research 1(1-2):183-202 Feb./March 2001 AGENT-MEDIATED COMMERCE. CONTRACTING. ... ELECTRONIC COMMERCE. This article examines a number of contractual issues generated by the advent of intelligent agent applications. ...
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Ensuring the success of contract formation in agent-mediated electronic commerce. Electronic Commerce Research 1(1-2):183-202 Feb./March 2001. AGENT-MEDIATED COMMERCE. CONTRACTING. ... ELECTRONIC COMMERCE. This article examines a number of contractual issues generated by the advent of intelligent agent applications. The aim of the study is to provide legal guidelines for ...
In this paper, an analysis is made of the increasingly active role of electronic agents, especially intelligent agents, in the negotiation and formation of contracts. ... Following an analysis of the two main theories of consent -the subjective and the objective theories -it is argued that the objective theory is applicable to the use of electronic agents in contracting ... mediators in electronic commerce. ...doi:10.1093/ijlit/9.3.204 fatcat:3nu3uelknnhinffi57orseasva
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Furthermore, we enclose this conception within the structure of an Electronic Institution, which governs and supports the interaction of agents in business scenarios, providing specific services such as ... We focus on electronic contracting as a means of establishing cooperation agreements, and we describe the institution's role on the e-contracting life-cycle. ... B2B E-contracts In B2B electronic commerce, more attention has been given recently to contract formation and fulfillment. ...doi:10.1007/11423355_2 fatcat:vhttuqrqyvfhnltjwmg7rup3z4
The article explores the legal content of the concept of e-commerce as a special area of legal relations which arose in the conditions of globalization of economic and technological processes. ... The main factors and trends of development of this type of economic legal relations both in Ukraine and in the world are characterized. ... Especially successful in this area is work in the USA where the first e-commerce systems appeared in the 60's of the 20 th century. ...doi:10.23856/2808 fatcat:hshj6tlniza5tk6b45fslp7gey
The metamodel is illustrated through analyzing the case of the MeMo project, which concerns contract negotiations in small and medium enterprises in the European construction industry. ... To ground the development and application of these tools in different scenarios of use, we propose an integrated theoretical framework. ... MEdiating & MOnitoring electronic commerce Electronic Commerce means doing business via electronic networks such as the Internet. ...doi:10.1163/1571806041262106 fatcat:6ng7lsus7be27gnjqq3ywoz5nm
Electronic Commerce Payments In addition to the formation of contracts, most electronic commerce involves some sort of payment. ... Formation of Electronic Contracts Most electronic commerce, like most commerce generally, involves the creation of contracts. ...doi:10.2307/840894 fatcat:kp6zorqjhjhslb7hzf6uzfffde
Among these are: negotiation protocols to support both the settlement and the ful llment of electronic contracts as well as ad-hoc work ow management support for compound and distributed services in electronic ... In addition to an overview of the state of the art of the respective technology, the article brie y presents some related projects conducted by the authors jointly with international partners in order ... Acknowledgements The projects that led to the work presented here are funded by the European Commission Esprit Project 26850 and the German Research Council DFG Project La1061 11. ...doi:10.1142/s021884309800012x fatcat:xkyxsflwy5ejtg6tdxtl4n5ilu
Further, much like how a principal defines the scope Ian Kerr, 'Ensuring the Success of Contract Formation in Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce'  1 Electronic Commerce Research 183. ... In contrast, an electronic agent would be directly engaged in formation of contracts. 65 Indeed most of the utility of an electronic agent derives from the fact that it can act independently without the ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.3322308 fatcat:zmq4rlih5zdarclxhzwg57pe2a
The purpose of this paper is to review the different concepts and approaches regarding automated supply chain formation (SCF) in order to create a theoretical framework and identify gaps in existing research ... in SCF regarding the complexity of practical implementation in the context of Industry 4.0. ... Systems, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, Computational Intelligence, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce, Engineering Applications of Artificial ...doi:10.12948/issn14531305/22.4.2018.04 fatcat:hfhwgmfrnjegpf7iwnddc6ula4
This paper proposes an approach that provides semiautomatic support for the high-level design of agent-based B2B electronic commerce systems. ... Designing an agent-based B2B electronic commerce system is a complex process in which it is necessary to define both the structural relationships between agents and individual agent behavior. ... More recent work on electronic commerce models produced models that capture specific issues of e-commerce. One such model is the electronic service marketplace model developed at HP labs  . ...doi:10.1080/10864415.2002.11044258 fatcat:xvua7iqktbgejpi7uwj2jbsflu
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We first present the findings of 1996 research on on-line commercial activities showing a lack of technological support for such electronic commerce. ... service, then identify and expand the key requirements for electronic commerce. ... Auditing Support An electronic commerce architecture must have some support for audits in order to ensure that contracts are executed as set out in their terms and conditions. ...doi:10.1007/bfb0053405 fatcat:v3et5hfmyja5pf35ff5whq36xe
the agency contract has prevented the agent from reaping the profits of his success. ... A transaction in an electronic commerce business model is created in a conveyer-belt style of machine-made, automated contract-formation process, where "electronic agents" are actually engaged in negotiating ... As the contract formation process in electronic commerce is automated, with no human intervention, an electronic commerce operator often expresses its intent for online transactions through incentive mechanisms ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.479902 fatcat:zibk47tsoncvlfntwthsbyqwjm
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
As a result of this, many of these purchases can't be made automatically, and instead require human interaction, mediated by the web. The third phase of electronic commerce is just beginning. ... Auctions in Electronic Commerce In phase two of the e-commerce revolution, auctions have become increasingly important both for business to business transactions and for consumer purchasing. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-44723-7_10 fatcat:7uv65estszfnfnkzqwya3xjgam
Based on the characteristics of software agents identified from the definition of the term, this paper examines whether and how the conclusion of contracts by software agents is compatible with current ... One of them is the question, how contracts concluded by software agents should be treated legally. ... Scientists have been debating whether the earlier-cited Article 9(1) as well as Article 11 of the European Electronic Commerce Directive which govern electronic contract formation, can be applied for the ...doi:10.3166/ria.24.391-413 fatcat:m4hmhxf6hbdrzaxguog5345vci
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