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.