Services and Business Computing Solutions with XML: Applications for Quality Management and Best Processes

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Patrick C. K. Hung
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2009 - Computers - 337 pages
Commercial systems built today are increasingly using XML technologies for storing any amount of text or data.
Services and Business Computing Solutions with XML: Applications for Quality Management and Best Processes collects the latest research for academicians and practitioners that describes the use and synergy between data structure technologies. This book explores and investigates various issues of XML data and related applications summarized by Web services.
 

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Contents

Constructing a Model of the Adoption of New Technologies of UCommerce
1
A New Virtual Home Environment Concept
13
A ValueBased Approach
36
How do Consumers Perceive and use Virtual Currency in Web 20 Communities?
55
UCommerce in the Financial Marketspace
75
Context Related Software Under Ubiquitous Computing
92
Developing a Software Agent for Establishing a Convenient CustomerDriven GroupBuying Mechanism
105
How Research can Help to Create Commercially Successful Ubiquitous Services
117
Dont Think but Look The Practice of the UDRP Manifests that it is Procedurally Unfair
177
Vision of a Ubiquitous Network World
191
Permission and Acceptance
208
Does Mobile Mean Always Connected?
219
Leveraging Pervasive and Ubiquitous Service Computing
232
Trust Models for Ubiquitous Mobile Systems
249
The Appropriation of New Media in Organizations
255
Compilation of References
274

Framework for Proximity Aware Mobile Services
135
A Study of the Relationship between PEOU and PU in Technology Acceptance in ELearning
149
Data Quality on the Internet
171
About the Contributors
296
Index
302
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About the author (2009)

Patrick Hung is an Associate Professor and IT Director at the Faculty of Business and Information Technology in UOIT and an Adjunct Faculty Member at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in University of Waterloo. Patrick is currently collaborating with Boeing Phantom Works (Seattle, USA) and Bell Canada on security- and privacy-related research projects, and he has filed two US patent applications on ""Mobile Network Dynamic Workflow Exception Handling System."" Patrick is also cooperating on Web services composition research projects with Southeast University in China. Recently he is working on a mobile healthcare project with the Hong Kong Red Cross with the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is an executive committee member of the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Steering Committee for Services Computing, a steering member of EDOC ""Enterprise Computing,"" and an associate editor/editorial board member/guest editor in several international journals such as the IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC), International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR) and International journal of Business Process and Integration Management (IJBPIM). He has been published more than 100 research and technical articles in International journals, conferences and workshops.

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