Exploiting the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications and Case Studies, Part 1

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Miriam Cunningham
IOS Press, 2006 - Information technology - 1855 pages
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Adaptation of applied information and communication technologies (ICT) research results is one of the greatest challenges faced in building the global knowledge economy. This set of two books brings together a collection of contributions on commercial, government or societal exploitation of applied ICT.
  

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Contents

Some Issues for Consideration
5
An Adjustable Knowledge Internet Portal for Support of Research
11
Open Standards and New Deliverables
13
ProcessBased Performance Measurement of Networked Businesses
20
Enterprise Model Driven Creation of Business Protocols
28
Business RuleEnabled Process Modelling
36
Towards Autonomous Brokered SLA Negotiation
44
Filling the Gap Between SLA and Monitoring
52
Digital Content
405
elnclusion Towards a Coherent European Policy Response to Social
416
Application of a Virtual Scientific Experiment Model in Different Educational
428
Mobile Services for Government
435
An ExpertBased Tool for Assessing the UserOrientation
443
Online Booking and Payment Services of Turin Municipality Structures
458
Automatic Benchmarking and Presentation of the First Results from
475
Integrating Internet Voting Within Democracy Suite Automated Election
489

Negotiating Contracts on the Grid
60
Challenges in EU Grid Contracts
67
Service Level Agreements and Regulatory Compliance in eBusiness
75
SOA Development Based on Enterprise Models and Existing IT Systems
83
Using Technology to Improve Customer Value
91
Knowledge Management
93
PerformanceCentered eLearning in the Framework of IndustryUniversity
95
Legal Issues in Software Agents
99
Security Dependability to Empower the Citizen in the 21st Century
115
Bringing Together the European Stakeholders for Security and Dependability
128
A MultiAgent Market Simulator to Support Negotiation Decision Making
149
SelfOrganizing ICT Resource Management PolicyBased Automated
156
Federated MessageBased Architecture for eBusiness Interoperability
165
A Secure Framework for Personal Attribute
171
Using Onion Routing to Secure PeertoPeer Supported Business Collaboration
181
Providing a Semantic Description for an Interoperability Framework Using
197
Measuring
199
A Tool for Calculating eReadiness
213
Incorporating User Requirements of the Disabled Traveller Market
221
Business Integration for eServices in Collaborative Car Breakdown Support
228
Evolution of Business Interoperability in the Automotive Industry
239
An Example from the Automotive
247
The Analysis of Standardised Technology in the Automotive Industry
254
Service Operating Cost Transparency in Customer and Supplier Relationships
263
Contractual Frameworks for Enterprise Networks Virtual Organisations
271
An Enhanced Strategy for SLA Management in the Business Context of
279
Making a Mix of Real and Virtual Life
287
eBusiness Adoption Benchmarking for the Region Challenges and Practises
295
StateoftheArt of Legal Research in 1ST and the Way Forward
302
The Interface Between Research and Standardisation A Case Study
314
Experiences and Approach to Exploitation for Large Research Projects
320
A MobileBased Traceability Solution Rendering Fleet
326
Strategic Options for PanEuropean EGovernment Interoperability
333
Managing Security Risks in EVoting over the Internet
349
The Research and the Challenges
364
Open Source Software in Small City Governments and the Promotion
382
The ICT Policy Mix for eGovernment eContent eBusiness and eWork
397
A KnowledgeBased Framework to Integrate Heterogeneous Web Applications
514
Uptake in Online Tax Filing in Ireland ROS Revenue Commissioners
523
Lessons
539
eGovernment Development in Lithuania
547
ICT Based Mobility in the Livorno Area
562
Work in Progress
579
RD for Innovation in the Public Sector A National Agenda for Renewal
597
Regional Cooperation as a Way for Information Society Development
627
eGovernment and Architecture Principles Government Portal Case Study
643
The Case of Lombardy
667
New LinguisticsBased OntologyEnabled Approaches in Biological Information
675
Realizing Advanced Security Requirements for InterOrganizational
683
Challenges of Collaborative Working Environments
702
Adaptive Complexity Management for Industrial Collaborations
718
SocioLegal Issues
735
Mobility
743
A Collaborative Sharing Environment
753
Exploring Mixed Reality Gaming Interfaces
769
Advanced Technology and Interface for Interactive Speech Impediment
781
Lessons Learned from the Implementation of a Structured Change Management
789
Playing with Fire Towards Innovative Yet Safe and Usable ICT Support
797
Adoption of a Collaborative Working Environment by the European Research
806
A Case Study of Applying Agile Principles to Build a Serious Game
815
Wearable Computing and Living Labs Synergy at Work
824
Freehand and Kenniswijk
832
The European Network of Living Labs for C WE UserCentric CoCreation
840
Madeira Island Living Lab Rural Domain
848
Wireless Technologies Enabling Collaboration and Bridging over Water
856
AMIWork Family of Communities Facilitating eWork and eBusiness
864
Supporting Organisations to Benefit from European
870
The Role of Ontologies
881
Construction of a Process Model for the Integration of Formal Methods
886
Accelerating the Impact of ICT in the European eHealth
893
Author Index
903
Towards a New Layer 2
907
The Net in Schools Project 1573
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