eBook Handbook of Research on E-Business Standards and Protocols: Documents, Data and Advanced Web Technologies, 1st Edition

  • Ejub Kajan
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  • ISBN-10: 1466601477
  • ISBN-13: 9781466601475
  • DDC: 658.8
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1020 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Electronic business is a major force shaping the digital world. Yet, despite of years of research and standardization efforts, many problems persist that prevent e-business from achieving its full potential. Problems arise from different data vocabularies, classification schemas, document names, structures, exchange formats and their varying roles in business processes. Non-standardized business terminology, lack of common acceptable and understandable processes (grammar), and lack of common dialog rules (protocols) create barriers to improving electronic business processes. HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON E-BUSINESS STANDARDS AND PROTOCOLS: DOCUMENTS, DATA AND ADVANCED WEB TECHNOLOGIES contains an overview of new achievements in the field of e-business standards and protocols, offers in-depth analysis of and research on the development and deployment of cutting-edge applications, and provides insight into future trends. This book unites new research that promotes harmony and agreement in business processes and attempts to choreograph business protocols and orchestrate semantic alignment between their vocabularies and grammar. Additionally, this Handbook of Research discusses new approaches to improving standards and protocols, which include the use of intelligent agents and Semantic Web technology.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Efficient and Interoperable E-Business Based on Frameworks, Standards and Protocols: An Introduction.
2: General Approaches to E-Business Interoperability: Standards, Data Exchange, Semantics.
3: The Reality of Using Standards for Electronic Business Document Formats.
4: Analysis of Interoperability of e-Business Documents.
5: Harmonized and Reversible Development Framework for HLA Based Interoperable Application.
6: Concepts for Enhancing Content Quality and eAccessibility: In General and in the Field of eProcurement.
7: BOMOS: Management and Development Model for Open Standards.
8: General Approaches to E-Business Interoperability: Interdisciplinary and Applications-Oriented Concepts.
9: Interoperability Support for E-Business Applications through Standards, Services, and Multi-Agent Systems.
10: Ontologies for Guaranteeing the Interoperability in e-Business: A Business Economics Point of View.
11: How Semantic Web Technologies Can Support the Mediation between Supply and Demand in the ICT Market: The Case of Customer Relationship Management.
12: Customer Decision Making in Web Services.
13: The Metaphorical Foundation of Interoperability Artifacts: The Case of Public Services.
14: Standards for Achieving Interoperability of eGovernment in Europe.
15: Standards for Security and Trust in E-Business.
16: Fundamental Building Blocks Security Interoperability in E-Business.
17: Automatic Transformation of Generic, Validated Business Process Security Models to WS-Security Policy Descriptions.
18: Trust Management and User's Trust Perception in e-Business.
19: Dealing with E-Business Data: Classification, Exchange, Harmonization.
20: Privacy-Conscious Data Mashup: Concepts, Challenges and Directions.
21: Co-ordination and Specialisation of Semantics in a B2B Relation.
22: An Examination of Standardized Product Identification and Business Benefit.
23: Towards Crowd-Driven Business Processes.
1: Dealing with E-Business Data: Classification, Exchange, Harmonization.
2: Unified Data Model for Large-Scale Multi-Schema Integration (ULMI).
3: Flexible Classification Standards for Product Data Exchange.
4: Business Process Modeling, Validation, and Monitoring.
5: Semantic Monitoring of Service–Oriented Business Processes.
6: Supporting Semantic Verification of Process Models.
7: Tool Based Integration of Requirements Modeling and Validation into Business Process Modeling.
8: Research on Service Quality and Service-Oriented E-Business Architectures.
9: Service Quality: Status and Research Directions.
10: An Event-Based Middleware for the Management of Choreographed Services.
11: Collaboration-Based Model-Driven Approach for Business Service Composition.
12: Enterprise Service Bus for Building Integrated Enterprises.
13: Measuring Quality of Electronic Services: Moving from Business-to-Consumer into Business-to-Business Marketplace.
14: Semantically-Enabled E-Business Architectures.
15: Semantically Enriched e-Business Standards Development: The Case of ebXML Business Process Specification Schema.
16: Semantic Alignment of E-Business Standards and Legacy Models.
17: Towards Supporting Interoperability in e-Invoicing Based on Semantic Web Technologies.
18: Applications Fields and Experiences.
19: An Ontological Business Process Modeling Approach for Public Administration: The Case of Human Resource Management.
20: Towards a Healthcare Interoperability Framework Based on Medical Business Artifacts, Social Networks, and Communities of Healthcare Professionals.
21: Emerging Standards and Protocols for Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management.
22: Governmental Service Transformation through Cost Scenarios Simulation: The eGOVSIM Model.
23: SIGA3D: Semantic Combination of IFC and GIS to Support Urban Facilities Management.
24: Challenges for Adoption of e-Procurement: An SME Perspective.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.