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The Emergence of Knowledge e-marketplaces

Emanuela Pauselli
2003 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
On line Knowledge e-marketplaces (Ke-markets) posses some special challenges for buyers and sellers. Unlike most markets, the product of exchange has some unique characteristics.  ...  Its value is contextdependent, making it difficult for the supplier to price it in a transparent marketplace of multiple buyers with varied applications.  ...  Chapter 4 outlines the areas of research that need to be addressed in order to support knowledge trading. The Emergence of Knowledge Marketplace A K-market is the place where knowledge is traded.  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/Pauselli03 fatcat:bilxnr3msjbh3g3cpcwhwhjd3u

Agents in e-supply chains

Rahul Singh, A. F. Salam, Lakshmi Iyer
2005 Communications of the ACM  
Here, we refer to information transparency across the e-chain as the availability of information through the multiple e-marketplaces of the supply chain in an unambiguously interpretable format.  ...  ) that comprise the e-chain.  ...  Without integration of intelligence and knowledge across e-marketplaces, the benefits of intelligent e-chains remain elusive.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1064830.1064835 fatcat:ew4ckrircreqvlcbomdnbastua

Page 1351 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 29, Issue 9 [page]

2004 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Eur. vol. 12, no. 6, July 2004, pp 14-16 E-marketplaces, which first emerged during the dotcom boom, have suffered a chequered his- tory during the last five years.  ...  Over the last five years online e-marketplaces have emerged as a service that the buying community is beginning to recognise as one which can add value to e-procurement implementations. 2731 Are you listening  ... 

Challenges and directions in knowledge asset trading

Dimitris Apostolou, Gregory Mentzas, Andreas Abecker, Wolfgang Maas, Panos Georgolios, Kostas Kafentzis
2005 International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance & Management  
Electronic knowledge marketplaces are currently emerging to address the opportunities and risks found in the purchase and selling of knowledge at the business-to-business (B2B) environment, the need for  ...  The paper describes the business challenges associated with the design of Internet-based knowledge marketplace.  ...  The emergence of independent e-marketplaces is a proof of the aforementioned analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1002/isaf.224 fatcat:faksubszzndjlpvjavxrv7htxy

Challenges and Directions in Knowledge Asset Trading [chapter]

Dimitris Apostolou, Gregory Mentzas, Andreas Abecker, Wolf-Christian Eickhoff, Wolfgang Maas, Panos Georgolios, Kostas Kafentzis, Sophia Kyriakopoulou
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Electronic knowledge marketplaces are currently emerging to address the opportunities and risks found in the purchase and selling of knowledge at the business-to-business (B2B) environment, the need for  ...  The paper describes the business challenges associated with the design of Internet-based knowledge marketplace.  ...  The emergence of independent e-marketplaces is a proof of the aforementioned analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36277-0_48 fatcat:nwqmyyupgreczj6aqwxc2c5dkm

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.  ...  The proper design of open electronic marketplaces thus emerges as an important research and practical question.  ... 
doi:10.1007/10720026_2 fatcat:t3xfkld7lbfzbkfcf2topr5ne4

Intelligent Agents to Support Information Sharing in B2B E-Marketplaces

Lakshmi Iyer, Rahul Singh, A. F. Salam
2005 Information systems management  
The article then shows the application of the proposed architecture in the context of an infomediarybased B2B E-marketplace.  ...  The focus is on knowledge representation and exchange by intelligent agents to support collaborative business functions through agents that exchange problem-specific information in standardized formats  ...  Technical elements and rudimentary proofs of concept to create E-marketplaces using emerging technologies exist.  ... 
doi:10.1201/1078/45317.22.3.20050601/88744.6 fatcat:ygfhelpvv5bbbk7woex6hpyq6i

A Framework for Analysis and a Review of Knowledge Asset Marketplaces [chapter]

Kostas Kafentzis, Dimitris Apostolou, Gregory Mentzas, Panos Georgolios
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A first generation of knowledge e-marketplaces has arisen to provide the platforms for knowledge exchange and trading in an inter-organizational level.  ...  Finally, a set of conclusions is drawn on what issues should be addressed in a knowledge marketplace in order to eliminate the risks and gain the trust of its targeted customers.  ...  Acknowledgement This paper came from research conducted within the framework of the EU funded IST project 'INKASS'.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36277-0_27 fatcat:rcqomgwhzfclvcvyotxlp4jqfq

Page 443 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 25, Issue 4 [page]

2002 Communication Abstracts  
As an example of the challenges facing an electronic marketplace in an emerging economy, the experience of i-Metal.com, Ltd, in setting up a nonferrous metals exchange in China is examined in detail.  ...  The government has initiated fundamental changes in the educational system to meet the challenges of the knowledge-based economy.  ... 

Measurement Models for Survivability and Competitiveness of Very Large E-marketplace [chapter]

Jingzhi Guo, Chengzheng Sun
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The measurement models developed in this paper are very useful for producing dynamic interaction records appropriate for further simulation model of e-marketplaces.  ...  E-Marketplace is a man-made profit center with emergent customer requirements.  ...  Nevertheless, despite the widespread adoption and active roles that e-marketplaces have played, to our best knowledge there is no direct work published on the formal analysis of the emergent e-marketplace  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44862-4_87 fatcat:ymookaqonvdajblhuxqg7ekrc4

Semantic eBusiness

Rahul Singh, Lakshmi Iyer, A.F. Salam
2005 International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)  
We present a holistic view of semantic eBusiness that integrates emergent and well-grounded Semantic Web technologies to improve the current state of the art in the transparency of eBusiness processes.  ...  We define Semantic eBusiness as "an approach to managing knowledge for coordination of eBusiness processes through the systematic application of Semantic Web technologies."  ...  The integration of intelligence and knowledge within and across e-marketplaces can enhance the coordination of activities among collaborating firms across e-marketplaces (Singh et al., 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/jswis.2005010102 fatcat:nzqw6gpjgfgqhbjg5t2iaeniim

Electronic Marketplaces as Market System Intermediaries: An Exploratory Study and Characteristics Framework

Philip O'Reilly, Patrick Finnegan
2007 European Conference on Information Systems  
The paper concludes that the key characteristic of marketplaces is their ability to aggregate and disseminate knowledge to their participants, a task facilitated by their market, management, and technology  ...  The literature on electronic marketplaces reveals much confusion around matters of definition and description.  ...  Acknowledgement: The authors acknowledge the support of the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (via the O3C Business Models project).  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OReillyF07 fatcat:do37nu343fdizn4nw3wfv5g65e

A model for buyer's trust in the e-marketplace

Myoung-Soo Kim, Jae-Hyeon Ahn
2005 Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Electronic commerce - ICEC '05  
E-marketplace or broker managed online market is regarded as one of the most profitable e-biz models.  ...  Therefore, from the perspective of a practitioner, sufficient understanding of how the buyer's trust is built in the e-marketplace will lead to successful business.  ...  The e-marketplace is emerging as an efficient and important vehicle for transactions in the EC industry.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1089551.1089590 dblp:conf/ACMicec/KimA05 fatcat:7sqmmew6g5gsbpdzcrxzfreql4

The death of physical distance: An economic analysis of the emergence of electronic marketplaces*

Young Jun Choi, Chung Suk Suh
2005 Papers in Regional Science  
This article studies the impact of the death of geographical distance brought about by e-marketplaces on market equilibrium and social welfare.  ...  It is shown that e-marketplaces lower the price level and improve consumers' welfare, thus generating a sufficient condition under which e-marketplaces improve social welfare.  ...  Finally, we derive the optimal rate of sales tax on transactions in e-marketplaces. Pre-emergence of e-marketplaces This section analyses the economy before the emergence of e-marketplaces.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1435-5957.2005.00037.x fatcat:eoofg46fx5bwnarnkljes7ch2q

Electronic Commerce and Organizational Innovation: Aspects and Opportunities

2003 International Journal of Electronic Commerce  
The principal aspects of e-commerce are identified in five domains: commerce, collaboration, communication, connection, and computation.  ...  Over the past decade, electronic commerce on the technological foundation of the Web-Internet compound has entered extensive areas of organizational and social activity.  ...  New national and international marketplaces are being created-the job market has been restructured by the emergence of such marketplaces as Monster.com.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10864415.2003.11044273 fatcat:v34fpvydavckxoqge6lfgyvpwm
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