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Research on the Evolution Model for the Virtual Organization of Cooperative Information Storage

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3 Author(s)
Tao Jun ; School of Information System and Technology, National University of Defense Technology, P.R.China, 410073 ; Sha Ji-chang ; Wang Hui

In the current network applications, the user-based cooperative information storage, working as a virtual organization, has already become a hot point that attracts close attention from network users, e-enterprises and academic circles from all over the world. This paper, based on a deep analysis of the cooperative storage and its cooperation process, probes into the evolution model for managing the virtual organization. The user behavior model, using the theory of the technology acceptance model and Markov chain model, describes the action of the organizational unit. And the cellular automata model, suiting the discrete phenomenon simulation, evolves the forming of the cooperative storage organization. The experiments are carried out for explaining the internal rules of the evolution, and some useful conclusions are drawn for the survival of the virtual organization.

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2007 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering

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20-22 Aug. 2007