Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, August

A Mobile Electronic Toll Collection for E-Commerce Applications
AbstractThis paper establishes a new mobile electronic toll collection (m-ETC) by integrating mobile communication with radio frequency (RF) communication on microprocessor control with an e-commerce business model. A simple ETC system architecture and...
Decision Making in Multi-Issue E-Market Auction Using Fuzzy Techniques and Negotiable Attitudes
AbstractOnline auctions are one of the most effective ways of negotiation of salable goods over the internet. Software agents are increasingly being used to represent humans in online auctions. These agents can systematically monitor a wide variety of...
Editorial Notes
Providing access to appropriate and up-to-date scientific and technical information is vital for the economic and social development of every country in the world. This is especially important to support the decision making process in planning, formulation...
Effectiveness and Efficiency of RFID Technology in Supply Chain Management: Strategic Values and Challenges
AbstractIn this study, we examine the fundamental components of RFID technology in a comprehensive supply chain strategy that directly support the effectiveness and efficiency of supply chain management. We examine the appropriate business processes...
Enhancing Hotel Search with Semantic Web Technologies
AbstractTourism service providers are more and more under pressure to offer products of greater complexity and diversity to meet the ever-changing demands of travelers; the individualistic consumption patterns and lifestyles makes it increasingly difficult...
Exploring Relationships between Products Characteristics and B2C Interaction in Electronic Commerce
AbstractThe main purpose of the paper is to explore and discuss the influence of product type on customer interaction in electronic commerce. We have conducted two qualitative case studies in distance selling companies to inductively explore how the...
Factors Influencing the Evolution of Electronic Commerce: An Empirical Analysis in a Developed Market Economy
AbstractThis paper tries to explain the temporal evolution of electronic commerce in a developed country. For this purpose, we evaluate the contribution of the size of the potential market represented by the community of Internet users to the development...
Reducing False Reads in RFID-Embedded Supply Chains
AbstractRFID tags are increasingly being used in supply chain applications due to their potential in engendering supply chain visibility and reducing tracking errors through instantaneous location of objects as well as the tagged object's immediate ambient...
RFID as a Disruptive Innovation
AbstractThe first part of the paper discusses Wal-Mart's adoption of RFID through the theoretical lens of the Resources, Processes, and Values (RPV) innovation theory. This part makes a theoretical argument that Wal-Mart adopted RFID as a sustaining...
Web 2.0 as Syndication
AbstractThere is considerable excitement about the notion of 'Web 2.0', particularly among Internet businesspeople. In contrast, there is an almost complete lack of formal literature on the topic. It is important that movements with such energy and potential...