Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 3, December

Achieving Interoperability in E-Government Services with Two Modes of Semantic Bridging: SRS and SWRL
AbstractData heterogeneity in the public sector is a serious problem and remains to be a key issue as different naming conventions are used to represent similar data labels. The e-government effort in many countries has provided a platform for government...
A Core Component-Based Modelling Approach for Achieving E-Business Semantics Interoperability
AbstractThe adoption of advanced integration technologies that enable private and public organizations to seamlessly execute their business transactions electronically is still relatively low, especially among governmental bodies and Small and Medium-sized...
Electronic Document Interoperability in eBusiness and eGovernment Applications
Businesses and Government Organizations need to exchange documents to execute transactions with the parties they trade or collaborate with. Providing the interoperability of electronic documents exchanged has been a huge challenge: Several domain specific...
National Frameworks' Survey on Standardization of E-Government Documents and Processes for Interoperability
Abstracte-Government can be defined as Internet applications for public administration processes and decision making on local, regional, national as well as cross-national level. Therefore, the strong necessity to ensure vertical and horizontal interoperation...
Securing Uniqueness of Rights E-Documents: A Deontic Process Perspective
AbstractWe typically think of documents as carrying information. However, certain kinds of documents do more than that: they are not only informative but also performative in that they represent rights. When these documents are in paper form or some...
Service and Document Based Interoperability for European eCustoms Solutions
AbstractInnovative eCustoms solutions play an important role in the pan-European eGovernment strategy. The underlying premise is interoperability postulating a common understanding of processes, services and the documents that are exchanged between business...
The Use of Digital Watermarking for Intelligence Multimedia Document Distribution
AbstractDigital watermarking is a promising technology to embed information as unperceivable signals in digital contents. Various watermarking techniques have been proposed to protect copyrights of multimedia digital contents over Internet trading so...
Unified Data Modelling and Document Standardization Using Core Components Technical Specification for Electronic Government Applications
AbstractIn the effort of Governments worldwide to effectively transform manual into electronic services, semantic interoperability issues pose as a key challenge: system-to-system interaction asks for standardized data definitions, codification of existing...