Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 1, April

Activity-Based Management for Electronic Commerce: A Structured Implementation Procedure
AbstractThis paper explores the application of Activity-Based Costing and Activity-Based Management in e-commerce. The proposed application may lead to better firm performance of many companies in offering their products and services over the Internet....
An Assessment of Design Patterns' Influence on a Java-Based E-Commerce Application
AbstractDesign patterns, acting as recurring solutions to common problems, offer significant benefits such as avoiding unnecessary complexity, and promoting code reuse, maintainability and extensibility. This paper describes how four not technology-specific...
A Semantic Data Validation Service for Web Applications
AbstractAn Input validation can be a critical issue. Typically, a little attention is paid to it in a web development project, because overenthusiastic validation can tend to cause failures in the software, and can also break the security upon web applications...
Policy-Based Data Integration for E-Health Monitoring Processes in a B2B Environment: Experiences from Canada
AbstracteHealth processes are data-focused, event-driven, and dynamic. They are systematically monitored for compliance with legislation, organizational guidelines and quality of care protocols. Community care, especially at home care, frequently requires...
Research and Design of a Grid Based Electronic Commerce Recommendation System
AbstractCurrent electronic commerce recommendation system is designed for single electronic commerce website and current recommendation technologies have obvious deficiencies Centralized recommendation systems can not resolve the contradiction between...
The Relationship between Human Resources and Information and Communication Technologies: Spanish Firm-Level Evidence
AbstractIncreased attention to the economic impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) underscores the impact of ICT on the social side of the "digital divide." ICT and individual and organizational changes are often closely related....

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