This volume contains the proceedings of the First International ICST Conference on Digital Business (DigiBiz 2009), hosted by City University London in London, UK. This annual event had the main objective to stimulate and disseminate research results and experimentation on future Digital Business to a wider multidisciplinary forum that would allow the participants to cross the boundaries between research and business. The scientific offering in e-business, e-commerce, and ICT in general is quite broad and spans many different research themes, involving several communities and me- odologies. The growth and dynamic nature of these research themes pose both ch- lenges and opportunities. The challenges are in having scientists and practitioners talk to each other: despite the fact that they work on similar problems they often use very different languages in terms of research tools and approaches. The opportunities on the other hand arise when scientists and practitioners engage in multidisciplinary d- cussions leading to new ideas, projects and products.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering , #21|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of ContentsReservation Schemes for Grid Markets.- A Computational Trust Model for E-Commerce Systems.- A Recommender for Active Preference Estimate.- An MDA Based Environment for Modelling and Executing Business Negotiations.- Analysing Requirements for Virtual Business Alliances – The Case of SPIKE.- Business Impact of Online Institutional Recommendation.- uCard: A Novel Privacy Friendly Radio Frequency Tag Architecture for Universal Loyalty Card.- VERTIGO: Find, Enjoy and Share Media Trails across Physical and Social Contexts.- WOICE: A Decentralized System for Ubiquitous VoIP Services.- Monitoring Ecosystem Characteristics on Negotiation Environments.- Incentives, Business Model and Required Technical Infrastructure for the Economic Aware Data Grid.- The Incoming Trends of End-User Driven Service Creation.- The New Way to Think Television on the Web.- The Wisdom of Sustainable Communities in the Digital Era: The Case of Efficient Energy Management.- P2P Business and Legal Models for Increasing Accessibility to Popular Culture.- Disruption of the Digital Media Distribution.- Evolutionary and Pervasive Services.- Future Internet Markets and Business Strategies: An Analysis and a Proposal.- Impact of Microfinance Operations on the Livelihood of the Clients: A Review of the Existing Literature.- Combining Organisational and Coordination Theory with Model Driven Approaches to Develop Dynamic, Flexible, Distributed Business Systems.