Technologies for the Information Society: Developments and Opportunities

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James-Yves Roger, Jean-Yves Roger, Brian Stanford-Smith, Paul T. Kidd
IOS Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 1000 pages
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Contents

On the way to Pervasive Computing New Challenges for the Information System
3
Information Orientation Strategy of Gifu Prefecture T Morimoto
11
The Global Networked Business Comes of Age Y Le Roux
19
Benefits and Challenges R Fleming
30
A Personal Experience
42
CENISSSs Approach to Standards for the Information Society J Ketchell
54
OMI and the Automotive Industry G Duncan
61
Impact of OMI on Consumer Electronics A Molina
69
Assessing the Feasibility of Using a Media IO Processor in a VOD Server
521
Analysis and Processing of Compressed Newsfeeds G Falkemeier G R Joubert
536
Bringing Together Medical Imaging and Diagnosis A Kugler T Grunert
551
Image Database Management with Content Based Techniques R Vaccaro
567
A Framework for Integrating Custom Applications into Multimedia Annotations
591
A Comprehensive Distributed Multimedia Service Platform M Di Concetto
599
An Assessment of Technologies for Multimedia Data Streaming M Maierhofer C Baily
607
Effort Estimation for Multimedia Information Systems Development S Lechtenberg
615

OMI and the Communication Industry C Bruin
76
OMI Developments in Processor Cores and Peripherals T Gore
87
An Internet Application P Shakeshaft
97
The Role of Electronic Commerce for Portuguese SMEs in the Global Marketplace
104
Electronic Commerce Expectations and Realities for SMEs D Eccles
112
Electronic Commerce Commercial Scenarios Business Models and Technologies
120
An Effective Model for Evaluating the Benefits of Endogenous Internet
128
Best Practice Solutions of Electronic Commerce for Small
136
The Electronic Trading of Intangible Assets F Meinkdhn
144
Support to Project Proposers under the 1ST Programme P Drath R Pleger L Hohe
152
Successful Proposals for European Commission Research and Technological
160
Best Practice for SMEs Prominent Experiences for the Future V Mjaaland G Horn
167
SME Best Practice Business Model in OMI A Furlani and G Ravizza
174
Assisting SMEs to Exploit their Intellectual Property The assistec Project
179
Barriers to Electronic Commerce M N Storrosten
195
A Lowcost Internet Packet Filter RD Warren andJ E M Tyler
211
Using Autonomous Agents in Internet Marketing A Discussion on Subjective
225
An Agent System for Comparative Shopping at the Point of Sale G Zacharia
241
Using Webbased Knowledge in a Contextualized
257
Information Objects The First Virtual Software House in Switzerland
271
A Novel Fully Automated Web Server for Weather Satellite Images A Trasser
287
The Latest Technologies for an Innovative
301
A Laboratory Information Management System Using Open Internet Standards
316
ExtranetBased Maintenance and Customization of Tourism Information in TIScover
331
Redefining the Business Transportation Model C Joyce
347
A Cooperative Server for Exalting and Promoting
360
Businesstobusiness Electronic Trading as Cooperative Workflows A Lehtola
373
A Framework for Agent Based Information Brokerage Services in Electronic Commerce
389
A Framework for Developing Web Based Information Systems M Ojstersek U Novak
405
Towards New Web Application Development Practices W Drakos
421
The TRADE Project A Mastrctti
437
Chaotic Encryption An Innovative Technology in Secure Communications
453
Practices Implementation and Application
466
Internet
482
Making More Profitable Your Bids in a Competitive Environment G Raynard
502
MovieDNA and its Use in Copyright Protection P UrayandH MiillerSeelich
623
Lessons Leamt X Alamdn
633
Augmented Reality for Collaborative Telepresence Applications E Ottar
644
An Anatomic Human Body for Motion Capture R Boulic P Fua L Herda M Silaghi
652
The Case of Mammographic
660
A Multimedia Educational System for Distance Learning on Interactive
668
Breast Cancer Pathology Information Kit Using
675
Marketing of DFILM F Kolvenbach
683
A Longlife Learning Telematics Tool for SMEs B Rodriguez Pajares
691
Automating Quality Assurance for Intellectual Property Cores W Luk and D Siganos
701
A Methodology for System Design Based on Reusable Hardware Software IPs
709
IP Is Design for Reuse the Same as Design for IP Trading? T Dent
717
Challenges in IP Reuse P Delforge
723
Automatic Fruit Quality Sorting Using Computer Vision Techniques M M M Fahmy
731
Musical Sounds Synthesis with a High and Foreseeable Accuracy E Leautey
739
Extended Memory Card P Biget andJ J Vandewalle
747
Smart Electric Water Heaters in Europe A Kung C Vinci G Williams and B Ziegler
755
Automated Numerical and Data Range Analysis of Control Software G Schumacher
763
A Development and Maintenance Environment D Bojic
771
A FaultTree Based Environment to Software Safety Analysis
779
The MISRA C Language Subset for SafetyRelated Embedded Systems P Edwards
787
Embedded Logic Technology and Its Application P F Lister N Ford M C Bassett
795
A NoiseRobust Speech Processing and Recognition Development System P Gomez
803
Compiler Techniques for Fast Migration of Embedded Applications T S Gaul
835
Handling Adaptive Behavior in Realtime Systems Y Berbers
851
Customized Implementation of the TCPIP Protocol for Interconnectivity Applications
866
Next Generation Telecommunication Processors for ISDNLAN Applications
882
A Systems Engineering Environment for TimeTriggered Architectures
897
GuideMan A New AudioGuide A Eisenstein
913
A LowCost Prototyping Environment for Microprocessorbased Systems
933
SA2 Strong ARM Based Architecture for High PerformanceLow Cost
949
Toying with Solid State Physics? A Negoi Bora A Guyot
964
Challenges of the Electronic Marketplace U Janko
981
Author Index
997
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