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Factors influencing e-marketplace adoption in agricultural micro-enterprises

Gregory J. Brush, Duncan McIntosh
2010 International Journal of Electronic Business  
This study draws on the Tornatzky and Fleischer (1990) adoption model to explore the motivations and barriers to e-marketplace adoption that agricultural micro-enterprises experience.  ...  Dominant motivations include the ability to exclude the agent middleman, a reduction in transaction costs, and market reach.  ...  For example, F2 who has not used the e-marketplace, has a very good working relationship with his agent, a strong preference for the agent payment protection and the value of the services provided by his  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeb.2010.035295 fatcat:p43zc4jepvhgxelxph4ps3cjrm

A Bidder Behavior Learning Intelligent System for Trust Measurement

El-Sayed M.TowfekEl-kenawy, Ali Ibraheem El-Desoky, Amany M. Sarhan
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
With the spread of e-commerce fields over the world especially an online auctions segment, the problems of internet crimes increased in the last years.  ...  fraud to occur by malicious users.  ...  This model combines between the four different types of reputation and trust: 1. Interaction trust: calculated from direct interaction and past experience. 2.  ... 
doi:10.5120/15521-4225 fatcat:q3do4zfu3nfj3cj45ur3njcgji

The Impact of Security and Payment Method On Consumers' Perception of Marketplace in Saudi Arabia

Mdawi Alqahtani, Marwan Ali Albahar
2022 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
In this paper, customers' security perceptions regarding the most popular e-commerce applications in Saudi Arabia are explored.  ...  The main findings were related to confirming eight main hypotheses of the research that were related to testing if some factors were important to forming perceived trust by customers.  ...  Classified ads, C2C marketplaces, shopping malls, B2C stores, and social media-based online stores are all examples of e-commerce business models in Saudi Arabia, where people buy and sell things online  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2022.0130511 fatcat:vvd4ggqvnvckznz5l7a4xjp6mm

A Trust-Based Incentive Mechanism for E-Marketplaces [chapter]

Jie Zhang, Robin Cohen, Kate Larson
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the context of electronic commerce, when modeling the trustworthiness of selling agent relies (in part) on propagating ratings provided by buying agents that have personal experience with the seller  ...  Extreme diversity of open and dynamic electronic marketplaces causes difficulties in handling unfair ratings in trust management systems.  ...  E-Marketplace Setting The electronic marketplace environment we are modeling is populated with selfinterested agents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92803-4_8 fatcat:xk4t3dovxzfqxmr5px7v54nl4q

A Reputation-Oriented Reinforcement Learning Strategy for Agents in Electronic Marketplaces

Thomas Tran, Robin Cohen
2002 Computational intelligence  
Modelling the reputation of sellers allows buying agents to focus on those sellers with whom a certain degree of trust has been established.  ...  We also include the ability for buying agents to optionally explore the marketplace in order to discover new reputable sellers.  ...  Modelling reputation in electronic marketplaces is important because it provides a basis for engendering trust between agents.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8640.t01-1-00203 fatcat:xe4e2g2z2vddpdwfewevs4uzxy

Modelling the B2C Marketplace: Evaluation of a Reputation Metric for e-Commerce [chapter]

Anna Gutowska, Andrew Sloane
2010 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
To do that an agentbased simulation framework was implemented which models different types of behaviours in the marketplace.  ...  The trustworthiness of different types of providers is investigated to establish whether the simulation models behaviour of B2C e-Commerce systems as they are expected to behave in real life.  ...  An agent-based simulation framework was implemented that models the B2C E-commerce marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-12436-5_16 fatcat:ypbualn6pze65h5a6wlk4uslia

Civil Agent Societies: Tools for Inventing Open Agent-Mediated Electronic Marketplaces [chapter]

Chrysanthos Dellarocas, Mark Klein
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the emerging model of 21st century electronic commerce, a variety of open agent marketplaces will be competing with one another for participants.  ...  We also discuss how these ideas are currently being applied to the design of open marketplaces of contract net agents, a useful abstraction of agent-mediated business-to-business e-commerce.  ...  Conclusions and future research In the emerging model of 21st century electronic commerce, a variety of open agent marketplaces will be competing with one another for participants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/10720026_2 fatcat:t3xfkld7lbfzbkfcf2topr5ne4

A Prototype for an Agent-Based Secure Electronic Marketplace Including Reputation-Tracking Mechanisms

Boris Padovan, Stefan Sackmann, Torsten Eymann, Ingo Pippow
2002 International Journal of Electronic Commerce  
Principals will be able to implement fraudulent strategies in their agents, which cannot be countered by technical security alone.  ...  The future of electronic commerce will be shaped by open, heterogeneous and complex structures, consisting of networked marketplaces.  ...  A simple and arbitrary real world value chain is modeled in which three different types of software agents produce tables: "lumberjacks", that buy trees to produce and sell boards; "carpenters", that buy  ... 
doi:10.1080/10864415.2002.11044246 fatcat:tcnd2tx2mzgdvdaxk2cwzew4iy

The effect of customer trust and commitment on customer sustainable purchasing in e-marketplace, the antecedents of customer learning value and customer purchasing value

Tanaporn Hongsuchon, Khaled Mofawiz Alfawaz, Taqwa Hariguna, Othman Atti Alsulami
2022 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
The e-marketplace is a platform used by vendors to conduct transactions and shopping. The success of implementing an e-marketplace depends on customers' sustainable purchasing.  ...  This study integrates customer learning (formative construct) and purchasing (reflective construct) values to measure the level of customer trust and commitment in the e-marketplace to examine their effects  ...  Trust and commitment variables are real activities conducted by customers during transactions in the e-marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2022.964892 fatcat:e6bj3qalbzc6nm56yw6vdv2ycy

Magentix2: A privacy-enhancing Agent Platform

Jose M. Such, Ana García-Fornes, Agustín Espinosa, Joan Bellver
2013 Engineering applications of artificial intelligence  
existing trust and reputation models can be implemented on top of Magentix2.  ...  However, minimizing data identifiability may directly affect other crucial issues in Multi-agent Systems, such as accountability, trust, and reputation.  ...  This information must be protected from unauthorized parties, i.e., the information that a seller agent and a buyer agent exchange in a purchase should not be accessible for other agents in the e-marketplace  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.engappai.2012.06.009 fatcat:anmqjchffrcihdq5x2dhm533cm

Modeling trust using transactional, numerical units

Reid Kerr, Robin Cohen
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust Bridge the Gap Between PST Technologies and Business Services - PST '06  
In large electronic marketplaces populated by buying and selling agents, repeated transactions between traders may be rare.  ...  In summary, we present our Trunits model as the basis for modeling trust in electronic marketplaces, useful as buying agents develop algorithms to intelligently choose trustworthy sellers for their business  ...  Direct Experience models Direct experience models are those in which an agent evaluates the trustworthiness of a potential partner based on the agent's own experience with that potential partner.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1501434.1501460 dblp:conf/pst/KerrC06 fatcat:sv5uan7zbfdflcbt6aoyx2cmpa

Sellers' Trust and Continued Use of Online Marketplaces

Heshan Sun
2010 Journal of the AIS  
This research explores the role of sellers' trust in the continued use of online marketplaces.  ...  In addition, the concept of trust is examined with a balanced view of cognitive and affective trust. A research model is developed.  ...  I would also like to thank Professor Ping Zhang at Sun/Sellers' Trust and Continued Use of Online Marketplaces Syracuse University for her contributions to this paper.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00226 fatcat:miipiajhzfg7nhva6uerfzcgjq

Law-abiding and integrity on the Internet: A case for agents

Frances Brazier, Anja Oskamp, Corien Prins, Maurice Schellekens, Niek Wijngaards
2004 Artificial Intelligence and Law  
Can the interests of the user of the agent be protected? This article explores legal and technical perspectives in protecting the integrity and availability of software agents and agent platforms.  ...  In most countries such processes, i.e., software agents are, however, without an explicit legal status.  ...  The ALIAS project is supported by NLnet Foundation, http://www.nlnet.nl.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10506-004-6250-z fatcat:dxhv4dwiqfgxhixvnszo6aeh3m

Trust management through reputation mechanisms

Giorgos Zacharia, Pattie Maes
2000 Applied Artificial Intelligence  
In these systems, a user wanting to buy or sell a specific good creates an agent, gives it some strategic direction, and sends it off into the agent marketplace.  ...  Our previous work on reputation mechanisms [20] was necessitated by the problems we faced in our Agent mediated marketplaces, Kasbah [1] and MarketMaker [14] .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08839510050144868 fatcat:5bynaxefs5g3pk3gufniwwozai

Effect of Easiness, Service Quality, Price, Trust of Quality of Information, and Brand Image of Consumer Purchase Decision on Shopee Online Purchase

Goldianus Solangius Mbete, Rinabi Tanamal
2020 Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang  
While the quality of service, price, trust and information quality has no significant effect on purchasing decisions online in the marketplace Shopee.  ...  ) that will be modeled in the form of a hypothesis and the next will be in to do testing to prove the hypothesis on the independent variables proposed.  ...  The system in the Shopee application can always be accessed for buying and selling activities b. The page in the Shopee application does not experience an error c.  ... 
doi:10.32493/informatika.v5i2.4946 fatcat:bbt36u77djfhxenpe3n33wp6dq
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