Network-Centric Collaboration and Supporting Frameworks: IFIP TC 5 WG 5.5, Seventh IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, 25-27 September 2006, Helsinki, Finland

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Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Martin Ollus
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 9, 2007 - Computers - 654 pages
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Collaborative networks in action Collaborative Networks (CN) is a fast developing area, as shown by the already large number of diverse real-world implemented cases and the dynamism of its related involved research community. Benefiting from contributions of multiple areas, namely computer science, computer engineering, communications and networking, management, economy, social sciences, law and ethics, etc. , the area of Collaborative Networks is being consolidated as a new scientific discipline of its own. . On one hand significant steps towards a stronger theoretical foundation for this new discipline are being taken. On the other hand, a growing number of application cases are being developed and applied in industry and services. A good collection of active and emerging VO Breeding Environments and Professional Virtual Communities can be found in various regions of the world. This phenomenon is particularly evident in Europe where considerable investments in collaborative networks have been made in many of its regions. Based on the experiences and lessons learned in many research projects and pilot cases developed during the last decade, a new emphasis is now being put on the development of holistic frameworks, combining business models, conceptual models, governance principles and methods, as well as supporting infrastructures and services. In fact, reaching the phase in which the computer and networking technologies provide a good starting basis for the establishment of collaborative platforms, the emphasis is now turning to the understanding of the collaboration promotion mechanisms and CN governance principles.
 

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Contents

A MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR COLLABORATIVE NETWORKED ORGANIZATIONS
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A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODELING COMPLEX ADAPTATION OF COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS
15
UEML COHERENT LANGUAGES AND ELEMENTARY CONSTRUCTS DETERMINATION
23
COLLABORATIVE NETWORK MODELS
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SELFORGANIZING VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES
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A CONTRIBUTION TO A PRODUCTION NETWORK PN THEORY
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TOWARDS A TAXONOMY FOR NETWORKING MODELS FOR INNOVATION
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NETWORKING AND INNOVATION
67
A PROCESS MODEL FOR COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING IN VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
343
FRAMEWORKS FOR PVC
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ADAPTIVE COLLABORATION IN PROFESSIONAL VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES VIA NEGOTIATIONS OF SOCIAL PROTOCOLS
352
THE SOCIOTECHNICAL DESIGN OF A SME KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
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USING SOCIAL CAPITAL AS A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR PROFESSIONAL VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES FORMALIZATION
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VO CREATION
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OPERATIONAL DESIGN IN VO SUPPLY NETWORKS CREATION
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PARTNER SELECTION WITH NETWORK INTERDEPENDENCES AN APPLICATION
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TOWARDS A CULTURE OF SHARING AND EXCHANGE INVESTING IN THE INTANGIBLE ASSETS AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL FOR ...
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ORGANIZATIONAL SURVIVAL IN COOPERATION NETWORKS THE CASE OF AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING
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ISSUES OF PARTICIPANT ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY IN ESTABLISHING VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE OPERATIONS
85
CONTRIBUTION OF PERVASIVE INTELLIGENCE TO COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION PROCESSES
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VALUE SYSTEMS
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TOWARDS THE DEFINITION OF BUSINESS MODELS AND GOVERNANCE RULES FOR VIRTUAL BREEDING ENVIRONMENTS
102
VALUE SYSTEM IN COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS ENVIRONMENTS
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A NEW MODEL FOR ACHIEVING VALUE ADDED GOALS IN A COLLABORATIVE INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO
121
COMPETENCY MANAGEMENT
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COMPETENCY AND PROFILING MANAGEMENT IN VIRTUAL ORGANIZATION BREEDING ENVIRONMENTS
131
COMPETENCE PROFILING IN VIRTUAL COMPANIES
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COLLABORATIVE PLANNING IN COMPETENCECELL BASED NETWORKS
151
TRUST BUILDING
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ASSESSMENT AND CREATION OF TRUST IN VBEs
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TRUST BUILDING FOR ENHANCING COLLABORATION IN VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS
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IT IS NOT ALL ABOUT TRUST THE ROLE OF DISTRUST IN INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
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TRUST AND RISK
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COORDINATING SUPPLIER RELATIONS THE ROLE OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AND INTERDEPENDENCE
191
A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
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STABILITY ANALYSIS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF DECISION MAKING UNDER RISK AND UNCERTAINTY
211
PROCESS MANAGEMENT
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DISSECTING INTERORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING A LINGUISTIC AND CONCEPTUAL APPROACH
220
DYNAMIC PROCESS ORGANISATION
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A COLLABORATIVE MODEL FOR LOGISTICS PROCESS MANAGEMENT
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DISTRIBUTED MODEL MANAGEMENT FOR COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS IN AEC
245
PERFORMANCE AND NETWORK MANAGEMENT
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ENHANCEMENTS IN PERFORMANCE THROUGH VIRTUAL COLLABORATION AMONG SMEs Potentials Needs and Research Challenges
255
CORRELATING PERFORMANCE WITH SOCIAL NETWORK STRUCTURE THROUGH TEACHING SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS
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ON THE ROLE OF VALUE SYSTEMS AND RECIPROCITY IN COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS
273
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BASED APPROACH FOR VIRTUAL ORGANIZATION INHERITANCE
285
DECISION MAKING
295
DECISIONAL INTEROPERABILITY CONCEPTS AND FORMALISATION
296
IN COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS TRAINING OF STRATEGIC DECISIONS THROUGH SERIOUS GAMES
305
PRICING OF DELIVERY SERVICE IN A LOGISTICS NETWORK
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PLATFORMS FOR PROFESSIONAL VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES
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AREITO A DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES
323
NETWORK OASIS NEW PRACTICES FOR EMERGENT COLLABORATIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENTS
333
ORGANIZATIONAL LOGICAL IDENTIFYING PARTNERS AND STRUCTURES FOR COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
397
SOURCE NETWORKS FOR FORMATION OF VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES ACTIVE IN ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DESIGN
407
NEGOTIATION AND CONTRACTING
417
A CASE STUDY ON ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING IN ONLINE ADVERTISINGSTATUS AND PROSPECTS
418
ANALYSIS OF HUMAN NEGOTIATIONS FOR eBUSINESS IMPROVEMENTS
429
GAME THEORETIC NEGOTIATION STRATEGY FOR VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE WITH MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS
439
ICT PLATFORMS FOR COLLABORATION
449
THE ECOLEAD ICT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COLLABORATIVE NETWORKED ORGANIZATIONS
451
DEVELOPMENT OF AN ICT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INTERNET BASED INTEGRATION
461
IT SUPPORT FOR PERIODS OF GROUP CREATIVITY IN VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES
471
ADDRESSING AUTONOMY AND INTEROPERABILITY IN BREEDING ENVIRONMENTS
481
DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS
489
DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SERVICES SUPPORTING COLLABORATIVE NETWORK MANAGEMENT
490
A MOBILE AGENT ARCHITECTURE TO ENABLE COLLABORATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM SURVIVAL
499
DISTRIBUTED MODEL MANAGEMENT PLATFORM FOR VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE NETWORKS
507
INTEROPERABILITY IN COLLABORATIVE NETWORK OF BIODIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS
515
SERVICE ORIENTED APPROACHES
525
SERVICE DEVELOPMENT IN VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES
527
VIRTUAL ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT USING WEB SERVICE CHOREOGRAPHY AND SOFTWARE AGENTS
535
CHALLENGES OF LIFECYCLE SERVICE BUSINESS FOR VIRTUAL ORGANISATIONS
543
ICT COMPONENTS
553
SINGLE SIGNON AND AUTHORIZATION FOR DYNAMIC VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS
554
PRODUCT CENTRIC INTEGRATION EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF RFID AND AGENT TECHNOLOGY ON SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
565
GOVERNMENTWIDE WORKFLOW INFRASTRUCTUREENABLING VIRTUAL GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
573
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS IN INDUSTRY
581
PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE ANDALUSIAN AERONAUTICAL CLUSTER
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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR DYNAMIC AUTOMOTIVE NETWORKS
591
A FRAMEWORK TO CREATE A VIRTUAL ORGANISATION BREEDING ENVIRONMENT IN THE MOULD AND DIE SECTOR
599
STRATEGIC PRODUCTION NETWORKS THE APPROACH OF SMALL TEXTILE INDUSTRY
609
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS IN SERVICES
617
THE NONACCIDENTAL TOURIST USING AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE FOR ENHANCING TOURIST EXPERIENCES
618
CASESTUDY HOW TO IMPLEMENT COLLABORATIVE SOFTWARE SUPPLYCHAINSLESSONS LEARNED FROM THE TASKINITIATIVE
627
A COLLABORATIVE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR CERTIFIED ENFORCEMENT WITH ITSIbus ALPR
635
eHEALTH AND CARE SERVICE INTEGRATION THE DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGE
643
AUTHOR INDEX
651
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