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Conceptual Modeling of Collaborative Intelligent Manufacturing For Customized Products: An Ontological Approach

Jiaqi Yan, Kang Ye, Huaiqing Wang, Zhongsheng Hua
2008 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
However, mass customization has limitations in the traditional value chain and production paradigm.  ...  In this paper, an ontology is described via a customized bicycle buying scenario to describe how to use an ontology for collaborative manufacturing.  ...  However, the application of E-commerce has become a trend in mass customization, so in this paper, we omit the wholesaler and retailer in the value chain of mass customization OWL Web Ontology Language  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/YanYWH08 fatcat:nvgbt6qxtjfytd46wzi7jip3xy

A comparison of B2B e-service solutions

Dan Jong Kim, Manish Agrawal, Bharat Jayaraman, H. Raghav Rao
2003 Communications of the ACM  
The Internet is evolving not only to provide information and e-commerce transactions, but also to act as the platform through which services are delivered to businesses and customers.  ...  Component-based architectures have emerged as a standard paradigm in many areas of application development.  ...  The aim was to develop a specification that enabled e-commerce interoperability and the creation of electronic marketplaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/953460.953516 fatcat:3qzhcwc65vbqnplhbjg24k6yoi

Modeling and Analysis of Cloud Collaborative Commerce

Hussein Al-Bahadili, Awad Al-Sabbah, Muhammad Abu Arqoub
2013 International Journal on Cloud Computing Services and Architecture  
This paper describes and evaluates the performance of a new model of c-commerce that utilizes the evolving cloud computing technologies; as a result of that it is referred to as cloud collaborative commerce  ...  The model consists of six main components, these are: client, provider, auditor, broker, security and privacy, and communications network.  ...  CC-Commerce Broker As e-commerce evolves, the integration of cc-commerce services can be too complex for clients to manage.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijccsa.2013.3101 fatcat:n2adec5zanfjto5tfgoogxn6ye

Trust and Security in Service-Oriented Environments [chapter]

2006 Trust and Reputation for Service-Oriented Environments  
It not only provides the opportunity for new entrepreneurial endeavours utilizing the Web, but also opens up new opportunities for old, static, closed, locally based businesses to adopt new business paradigms  ...  We are being put in the position of 'buying a pig in a poke', rather than being able to 'squeeze the tomatoes' to determine their firmness.  ...  to virtual collaboration, from e-governance (e-administration) to mobile commerce (stock trading), from e-education (cyber-university) to e-learning (getting an MBA online), from e-manufacturers (remote  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470028261.ch1 fatcat:4od6p4wvbng3jcgdikiv2xk7oe

Measuring e-Commerce in Net-Enabled Organizations: An Introduction to the Special Issue

Detmar W. Straub, Donna L. Hoffman, Bruce W. Weber, Charles Steinfield
2002 Information systems research  
To what extent do the changes embodied in e-Commerce represent rapid paradigm shifts that will alter the fundamentals of doing business, that is, a "re-formation?"  ...  How Do the Papers in this Issue Contribute to e-Commerce Metrics?  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.13.2.115.86 fatcat:bewdzpvajjaevlorw5dupyiy74

Analysis Of Business To Business E-Commerce

Bharti Thakur
2018 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management  
B2B e-commerce is paradigm shift influencing both the buyer and supplier. E-business showing tremendous business growth in our country.  ...  The study further examines the strength and weakness of business to business e-commerce and analysis the opportunity and threat of e-business.  ...  Conclusion: Business to Business e-commerce is important to our life nowadays. As generation evolve and technology develop this business has great impact.  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijsrm/v6i1.em08 fatcat:emynld4n3rebbbxe3pdppr3c6a

Collaborative Commerce and Knowledge Management

Bhavani Thuraisingham, Amar Gupta, Elisa Bertino, Elena Ferrari
2002 Social Science Research Network  
This paper describes collaborative commerce (c-commerce); it essentially combines e-commerce, knowledge management and collaboration to carry out transactions and other activities within and across organizations  ...  Next we analyze the strategic role of knowledge management for c-commerce as well as discussing managerial and business implications. Finally, we provide directions for c-commerce.  ...  Various aspects of e-business are illustrated in Figure 1 (see also the discussion in Thuraisingham, 2000) . Two paradigms, which we can consider to be models for e-commerce, are emerging.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.303190 fatcat:qn3zuf4h7bfyfja6exkuqmvq64

Collaborative commerce and knowledge management

Bhavani Thuraisingham, Amar Gupta, Elisa Bertino, Elena Ferrari
2002 Knowledge and Process Management  
This paper describes collaborative commerce (c-commerce); it essentially combines e-commerce, knowledge management and collaboration to carry out transactions and other activities within and across organizations  ...  Next we analyze the strategic role of knowledge management for c-commerce as well as discussing managerial and business implications. Finally, we provide directions for c-commerce.  ...  Various aspects of e-business are illustrated in Figure 1 (see also the discussion in Thuraisingham, 2000) . Two paradigms, which we can consider to be models for e-commerce, are emerging.  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.132 fatcat:jnussoyhrnhdrggki4euyu6wcm

Information systems in supply chain integration and management

A Gunasekaran, E.W.T Ngai
2004 European Journal of Operational Research  
of SCM paradigm and information technology (IT).  ...  In this paper, the literature available on IT in SCM have been classified using suitable criteria and then critically reviewed to develop a framework for studying the applications of IT in SCM.  ...  Bal and Gundry (1999) , Naylor et al. (1999) , Black and Edwards (2000) , Boardman and Clegg (2001) , Bhatt and Emdad (2001) , van Hoek (2001) , Sarkis and Sundararaj (2002) , Turowski (2002) E-commerce  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2003.08.016 fatcat:m4cmucllg5eivp4iorwdeunfvy

Transition or Transformation? Emerging Freight Transportation Intermediaries

Jiongjiong Song, Amelia Regan
2001 Transportation Research Record  
Advances in Information Technologies make possible many new operational paradigms and potentially enable the efficient integration of supply chains.  ...  emergence worldwide of business-to-business (B2B) electronic marketplaces and business-to-consumer (B2C) e -tailers.  ...  generated by e-commerce companies.  ... 
doi:10.3141/1763-01 fatcat:hubdmmfidvflzdtqrtdgdluzmm

The rise of the hyper-chain: business effects of emerging internet-enabled information systems. Early experiences from the wood/furniture sector

Nikos Sakkas, Rainer Malkewitz, Dimitris Apostolou
1999 International Journal of Information Management  
In any case, a much more e$cient operational environment will emerge, along with new business opportunities, to the clear bene"t of the end user.  ...  More speci"cally, we expect symptoms of value chain deconstruction and re-synthesis along new operational paradigms.  ...  As Malkewitz and Schmitz (1997) have pointed out, the broad acceptance of e-commerce applications, in their case remote shopping services, largely depends on usability aspects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0268-4012(99)00028-6 fatcat:qhlboe4bmjhczjpmep57uzr7de

Global supply chains as holistic systems: an expanded perspective

M.B. Neace, Tadeusz Gospodarek, Xin Gao Neace
2013 International Journal of Economics and Business Research  
Global supply chains are a dominant theme in business academic literature. Most writers purport a holistic perspective. Our review of their literature found this untrue.  ...  a holistic three-layer model: primary players, infrastructure enterprises and a third layer of governance and an array of organisations, such as unions, financial institutions, and NGOs, all embedded in  ...  E-commerce has been adopted by growing numbers of infrastructure organisations, such as ports, import/export brokers, transport companies and entire communities that blend their communications among the  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijebr.2013.051896 fatcat:6n6r6rtncfbzlkpgrdlbigi6m4

Agents that buy and sell

Pattie Maes, Robert H. Guttman, Alexandros G. Moukas
1999 Communications of the ACM  
Several applications clearly benefit from the mobile agent paradigm: E-commerce. Mobile agents are well suited for ecommerce.  ...  Examples are abundant in the stock market, as well as at e-commerce sites.  ... 
doi:10.1145/295685.295716 fatcat:gjfrb33cibh2zmmvfr73bumrs4

PRIME---toward process-integrated modeling environments: 1

Klaus Pohl, Klaus Weidenhaupt, Ralf Dömges, Peter Haumer, Matthias Jarke, Ralf Klamma
1999 ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology  
In simultaneously and cooperatively developing solutions in these areas we learned several key lessons.  ...  These lessons are explored in the paper.  ...  E-Commerce typically involves the following activities: identifying requirements; brokering products; brokering vendors; negotiating deals; or making purchase and payment transactions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/322993.322995 fatcat:brhyxj6mcjau3pjtdhubtsx7mq

An integration architecture for process manufacturing systems

Chengen Wang, Yu Zhang, Guoning Song, Caowan Yin, Chengbin Chu
2002 International journal of computer integrated manufacturing (Print)  
In this paper, an architecture that encompasses view models, flow models and O-O models is developed, which gradually specifies the evolving design details through successive lifecycle stages of process  ...  manufacturing systems.  ...  manufacturing paradigms.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09511920110118768 fatcat:pczpiojxlngjvcev4vioazcydi
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