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Security and Privacy of Connected Vehicular Cloud Computing

Hongwei Li, Rongxing Lu, Jelena Misic, Mohamed Mahmoud
2018 IEEE Network  
Biographies Hongwei Li [M] is currently the head of and a professor in the Department of  ...  Respectfully, we appreciate the advice and support of the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Network, Prof. Nei Kato, for his help in the whole publication process.  ...  In "Collaborative Security in Vehicular Cloud Computing: A Game Theoretic View," the authors first present a CVCC architecture and its applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2018.8370870 fatcat:5aqdg7p76vfclc6kkkhglgzmkq

2021 Index IEEE Transactions on Services Computing Vol. 14

2022 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
The primary entry includes the coauthors' names, the title of the paper or other item, and its location, specified by the publication abbreviation, year, month, and inclusive pagination.  ...  -Oct. 2021 1292-1305 On Cyber Risk Management of Blockchain Networks: A Game Theoretic Approach. Feng, S., +, TSC Sept.  ...  -Dec. 2021 1612-1623 On Cyber Risk Management of Blockchain Networks: A Game Theoretic Memory Approach. Feng, S., +, TSC Sept.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2021.3135765 fatcat:cvny2iyuazb5tncphn74iq2o4e

Evolutionary Game Analysis of Cold Chain Logistics Outsourcing of Fresh Food Enterprises with Operating Risks

Peng Liu, Sai Wang
2020 IEEE Access  
Numerical simulation experiments are conducted to verify the theoretical results by using MATLAB. INDEX TERMS Evolutionary game, outsourcing, cold chain logistics, fresh food enterprises.  ...  This paper establishes an evolutionary game model of cold chain logistics outsourcing of fresh food enterprises with operating risks. The replication dynamic equations of the model are given.  ...  [15] study the risk management of outsourcing logistics under the principal-agency framework from a fourth party logistics perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3006730 fatcat:o35gk7jtxbebpjg7hwu4h3xo2e

Asymmetric spiders: Supplier heterogeneity and the organization of firms

Verena Nowak, Christian Schwarz, Jens Suedekum
2016 Canadian Journal of Economics  
Christian Schwarz b) Jens Suedekum a) c) *)  ...  both from a theoretical and an empirical point of view.  ...  This decision is represented by a tuple , , where Ξ denotes outsourcing and Ξ denotes vertical integration of the supplier of component , .  ... 
doi:10.1111/caje.12209 fatcat:xvr6ieaxlza4nbvcwq7xvmw72q

Motives for Multisourcing in the IT Sector

Barbara Łoboda
2014 International Journal of Management and Economics  
The trend to multisource has been growing, so it is worth investigating why companies prefer this form of cooperation. This topic was not a subject of research previously.  ...  The article helps to increase understanding of the multisourcing phenomenon and offers a fertile basis for future research.  ...  This topic is important both from a theoretical and practical point of view.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ijme-2014-0014 fatcat:wvbqpyudwjan5dx4vpvrddhxhm

Product reliability and warranty: an overview and future research

D.N.P. Murthy
2007 Production  
Reliability and warranty are very important in the context of new products.  ...  This paper gives an overview of product reliability and warranty and discusses some issues and challenges for future research.  ...  The study of warranty servicing from a game theoretic viewpoint is an interesting topic for future research.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0103-65132007000300003 fatcat:q3zkzsixffcr7ffsjgcnb5xq7e

Effect of Partnership Quality on IS Outsourcing Success: Conceptual Framework and Empirical Validation

Jae-Nam Lee, Young-Gul Kim
1999 Journal of Management Information Systems  
theoretical framework from a social perspective.  ...  We propose a theoretical framework for outsourcing partnership based on a social, rather than an economic, perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1999.11518221 fatcat:43euiqkxvffvjdflm2uqmxyxri

Strategy to Build a Transshipment Port as a Catalyst to Achieving Critical Mass for Sabah's Economic Growth

Ngui Min Fui@Tom
2019 International Business Research  
In this way, this paper provides not only theoretical insights, but also strategically guides managers of organisations in Sabah, government, and businesses values towards building a transshipment port  ...  Digital transformation has led to a new era of port development at an unprecedented pace.  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful for the opportunity to write about a paper on port economy and economic growth and empowerment from an engineer"s perspective.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v12n7p141 fatcat:d4alhzgrdvgkjglu64zj3egumm

Decentralized Job Scheduling in the Cloud Based on a Spatially Generalized Prisoner's Dilemma Game

Jakub Gąsior, Franciszek Seredyński
2015 International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science  
To select the best scheduling strategies from the resulting Pareto frontiers and construct a global scheduling solution, we developed a decision-making mechanism based on the game-theoretic model of Spatial  ...  We present in this paper a novel distributed solution to a security-aware job scheduling problem in cloud computing infrastructures.  ...  It combines the paradigm of MOGA-based optimization with a game-theoretic model of Spatial Prisoner's Dilemma game.  ... 
doi:10.1515/amcs-2015-0053 fatcat:jvxrw2kwdnf5lg232b6cthvdam

An Empirical Study of Information Technology Outsourcing: Benefits, Risks, and Performance Implications

Lawrence Loh, N. Venkatraman
1995 International Conference on Information Systems  
In this paper, we develop aconccptual model of information technologyoutsourcing using a set of benefits and risks as determinants and performance as consequences.  ...  In addition, we demonstrate that outsourcing leads to superior performance but this is moderated by cost structure of the firm.  ...  From the correlation game-theoretic model to show that outsourcing can be an optimal matrix, we can see that the directionalities of the correlations all outcome aligning incentives of the contracung parties  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/LohV95 fatcat:nvnmefwhgzg45bpv5eksbnvkte

Underlying principles of the electronization of business: a research agenda

Miklos Vasarhelyi, Marilyn Greenstein
2003 International Journal of Accounting Information Systems  
The paper concludes that the phenomenon of electronization is a heterogeneous one with firms and industries developing features at different paces.  ...  A bitable society requires an entirely new set of processes and players, where traditional companies will either perish or incorporate substantive changes in the may they conduct business.  ...  Research Opportunity 9: A new integrated framework is needed to theoretically link together entities, processes, metrics, analytics and alarms The new integrated framework is to be based on continuous  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1467-0895(03)00002-2 fatcat:czinvyymjzevvoochmciv54vsq

The spatialisation of the digital games industry: lessons from Ireland

Aphra Kerr, Anthony Cawley
2012 The International Journal of Cultural Policy  
This article draws on the concept of spatialisation to better understand the development of a digital games industry on the periphery of mainland Europe, on the island of Ireland.  ...  An understanding of global digital games production networks and of occupational patterns in this industry is, we believe, crucial for national and European cultural policies for the digital games industry  ...  Of these, six companies identified 'content development' as a function they outsource, while three companies outsource 'design'. (Eight companies outsource quality assurance and localisation.)  ... 
doi:10.1080/10286632.2011.598515 fatcat:6gf33sz3ijeetg6obwuv4zn3ou

Managing change in IT outsourcing arrangements

Albert Plugge, Marijn Janssen
2009 Strategic Outsourcing  
The survey method, which is part of the quantitative research stream, consists of a questionnaire, with questions that relate to the research constructs.  ...  This study is primarily based on a multiple case study.  ...  The relationship of a provider with both client and overall service integrator can be dual, an operational relation towards the overall service integrator and a financial relation towards the client.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17538290911005162 fatcat:24xu4y35s5bp7dpj5ua4ttiz5e

The new challenges of organizing intellectual property in complex industries: A discussion based on the case of Thales

C. Ayerbe, N. Lazaric, M. Callois, L. Mitkova
2014 Technovation  
These changes have introduced a new division of labour bringing new opportunities for interaction leading to the creation of additional assets.  ...  Using the case of Thales, which in 2005 outsourced its Intellectual Property (IP), we answer questions such as: why should IP be outsourced; how should the outsourcing of IP activities be organized; and  ...  They would also like to thank the different members of Thales who agreed to meet them as part of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2014.01.001 fatcat:26l6dzbm5zde3baiufa25rjvvy

The Dichotomy of Cloud and IoT: Cloud-Assisted IoT From a Security Perspective [article]

Behrouz Zolfaghari
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In recent years, the existence of a significant cross-impact between Cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) has to lead to a dichotomy that gives raise to Cloud-Assisted IoT (CAIoT) and IoT-Based  ...  We proceed to highlight existing approaches toward the design of Secure CAIoT (SCAIoT) along with related security challenges and controls. We develop a layered architecture for SCAIoT.  ...  Paper [124] suggests a game-theoretic approach for getting reliable users in mobile crowd sensing systems. 3.4.1.3 Integrity: The authors of [125] research and create a formal access control model  ... 
arXiv:2207.01590v1 fatcat:6eqmwy24hjcghb6j4hoq7y5kkm
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