E-Commerce and Web Technologies: 10th International Conference, EC-Web 2009, Linz, Austria, September 1-4, 2009, Proceedings by Tommaso NoiaE-Commerce and Web Technologies: 10th International Conference, EC-Web 2009, Linz, Austria, September 1-4, 2009, Proceedings by Tommaso Noia

E-Commerce and Web Technologies: 10th International Conference, EC-Web 2009, Linz, Austria…

byTommaso NoiaEditorFrancesco Buccafurri

Paperback | August 17, 2009

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After the initial enthusiastic initiatives and investments and the eventual bubble, el- tronic commerce (EC) has changed and evolved into a well-established and founded reality both from a technological point of view and from a scientific one. Nevert- less, together with its evolution, new challenges and topics have emerged as well as new questions have been raised related to many aspects of EC. Keeping in mind the experience and the tradition of the past editions of EC-Web, we tried, for its 10th edition, to introduce some meaningful innovations about the structure and the sci- tific organization of the conference. Our main target was to highlight the autonomous role of the different (sometimes heterogeneous) aspects of EC, without missing their interdisciplinary scope. This required the conference to be organized into four "mi- conferences," each for a relevant area of EC and equipped with a corresponding Area Chair. Both the submission and the review process took into account the organization into four tracks, namely: "Service-Oriented E-Commerce and Business Processes," "Recommender Systems," "E-Payment, Security and Trust" and "Electronic C- merce and Web 3. 0. " Therefore, the focus of the conference was to cover aspects related to the theoretical foundation of EC, business processes as well as new - proaches exploiting recently emerged technologies and scenarios such as the Semantic Web, Web services, SOA architectures, mobile and ubiquitous computing, just to cite a few.
Title:E-Commerce and Web Technologies: 10th International Conference, EC-Web 2009, Linz, Austria…Format:PaperbackDimensions:374 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:August 17, 2009Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642039634

ISBN - 13:9783642039638


Table of Contents

Invited Talk.- Voting: A View through the Algorithmic Lens.- Infomobility and Negotiation.- Personalized Popular Blog Recommender Service for Mobile Applications.- Bargaining Agents in Wireless Contexts: An Alternating-Offers Protocol for Multi-issue Bilateral Negotiation in Mobile Marketplaces.- A Group Recommender System for Tourist Activities.- Personalized Location-Based Recommendation Services for Tour Planning in Mobile Tourism Applications.- E-payments and Trust.- Do You Trust Your Phone?.- A Multi-scheme and Multi-channel Framework for Micropayment Systems.- Secure Transaction Protocol for CEPS Compliant EPS in Limited Connectivity Environment.- Trust Enhanced Authorization for Mobile Agents.- Domain Knowledge and Metadata Exploitation.- Towards Semantic Modelling of Business Processes for Networked Enterprises.- Metadata-Driven SOA-Based Application for Facilitation of Real-Time Data Warehousing.- Exploiting Domain Knowledge by Automated Taxonomy Generation in Recommender Systems.- Automatic Generation of Mashups for Personalized Commerce in Digital TV by Semantic Reasoning.- Invited Talk.- Product Variety, Consumer Preferences, and Web Technology: Can the Web of Data Reduce Price Competition and Increase Customer Satisfaction?.- Design and Modelling of Enterprise and Distributed Systems.- Perspectives for Web Service Intermediaries: How Influence on Quality Makes the Difference.- Aligning Risk Management and Compliance Considerations with Business Process Development.- Electronic Commerce and Web 3.0.- Using Knowledge Base for Event-Driven Scheduling of Web Monitoring Systems.- RCQ-GA: RDF Chain Query Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms.- Integrating Markets to Bridge Supply and Demand for Knowledge Intensive Tasks.- Real-Time Robust Adaptive Modeling and Scheduling for an Electronic Commerce Server.- Collaboration-Based Approaches.- Content-Based Personalization Services Integrating Folksonomies.- Computational Complexity Reduction for Factorization-Based Collaborative Filtering Algorithms.- Sequence-Based Trust for Document Recommendation.- Recommender Systems Modelling.- Recommender Systems on the Web: A Model-Driven Approach.- Designing a Metamodel-Based Recommender System.- Towards Privacy Compliant and Anytime Recommender Systems.- Reputation and Fraud Detection.- Assessing Robustness of Reputation Systems Regarding Interdependent Manipulations.- Fraud Detection by Human Agents: A Pilot Study.- Recommender Systems and the Social Web.- Finding My Needle in the Haystack: Effective Personalized Re-ranking of Search Results in Prospector.- RATC: A Robust Automated Tag Clustering Technique.- Recommender Systems in Action.- ISeller: A Flexible Personalization Infrastructure for e-Commerce Applications.- Comparing Pre-filtering and Post-filtering Approach in a Collaborative Contextual Recommender System: An Application to E-Commerce.- Providing Relevant Background Information in Smart Environments.