2013 IEEE 10th International Conference on e-Business Engineering

11-13 Sept. 2013

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  • User Acceptance in Different Electronic Negotiation Systems - A Comparative Approach

    Publication Year: 2013, Page(s):1 - 8
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    In line with the progress of artificial intelligence, electronic negotiation theory has developed a great variety of promising negotiation models. These models have been evaluated in several ways. Besides formal evaluation, which could prove a lot of optimality properties, some researchers have already examined the user acceptance of these models. However, there are no studies that compare differe... View full abstract»

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  • Implementation Challenges for Supporting Coworking Virtual Enterprises

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    The creation of co working alliances is usually restricted to the coworkers in the same workspace. However, they might not necessarily be best partners to take advantage of a collaboration opportunity. To break the spatial constrains and find the best partners irrespective of their co working spaces location, our proposal is to represent and manage the co working alliances as virtual enterprises (... View full abstract»

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  • Sequential Auctions with Budget-Constrained Bidders

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    In this paper, we examine a setting in which a number of goods are sold in sequential single unit auctions and the agents who bid for these items have a hard budget constraint, i.e. a preset amount of money to use for all their purchases, which cannot not be exceeded. Each auction is run as a second price sealed bid (Vickrey) auction. Analyzing sequential auctions is very important, because they a... View full abstract»

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  • Redefining the Market Power of Small-Scale Electricity Consumers through Consumer Social Networks

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    Energy markets have undergone important changes at the conceptual level over the last years. Decentralized supply, small-scale production and smart grid optimization and control are the new building blocks. These changes offer substantial opportunities for all energy market stakeholders, some of which however, remain largely unexploited. Small-scale consumers, as a whole, account for significant a... View full abstract»

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  • Recommender System Based on Social Trust Relationships

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    The development of social network has increased the importance of social recommendation. However, social recommender systems have only recently been given research attention. Social relationships between users, especially trust relationships, can facilitate the design of social recommender systems. Such systems are based on the idea that users linked by a social network tend to share similar inter... View full abstract»

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  • Digital Cancellation Event Options in Limit Order Markets with Automated Liquidity Self-Provisioning

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    We propose a new limit order book (LOB) design by embedding a revenue-generating, options-based directive to manage malicious trading activities and increase liquidity in a high frequency trading (HFT) environment. The revenue collected as a result of market participants' desire to purchase the right to cancel orders, is aggregated into an automated, self-managed LOB bank. The LOB accesses its ban... View full abstract»

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  • How Much Should You Pay for Information?

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    The amount of data available greatly increases every year and information can be quite valuable in the right hands. The existing mechanisms for selling goods, such as VCG, cannot handle sharable goods, such as information. To alleviate this limitation we present our preliminary work on mechanisms for selling goods that can be shared or copied. We present and analyze efficient incentive compatible ... View full abstract»

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  • Exploring Emergent Social Networks to Improve Agent Mediated E-Commerce

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    AEMOS is an agent mediated e-commerce platform, which provides ontology-based services enabling a meaningful communication between agents, even when they use different ontologies. This system also includes a support component based on emergent social networks, which allows improving the system's performance by enhancing the ontology-based services. In this paper, our goal is to improve the system'... View full abstract»

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