Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations
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Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations

IFIP TC5 / WG5.5 Fourth Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PRO-VE'03) October 29-31, 2003, Lugano, Switzerland
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ISBN-13:
9781475762952
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
21.03.2013
Seiten:
576
Autor:
Hamideh Afsarmanesh
Gewicht:
859 g
Format:
235x155x30 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Springer Book Archives
Co-Sponsors. Committees And Referees.
Foreword - Pursuing Excellence In Collaborative Networked Organizations.
Part 1: Research Challenges For Advanced VO. 1. New Collaborative Organizations And Their Research Needs; L.M. Camarinha-Matos. 2. Collaborative Knowledge Networks - Reflections From A Performance Measurement, Complexity And Knowledge Perspective; N.G. Roth, S. Evans. 3. Modeling The Structure Of Collaborative Networks: Some Contributions; A.L. Soares, et al.
Part 2: Roadmaps For Collaborative Networks. 4. A Roadmap For Strategic Research On Virtual Organizations; L.M. Camarinha-Matos, H. Afsarmanesh. 5. COCONET: A Roadmap For Context-Aware Cooperation Environments; H. Schaffers, et al. 6. Vision E-Company: The Network-Centric Enterprises; T. Bouron.
Part 3: Partners Evaluation And Selection. 7. Trust Building In The Creation Of Virtual Enterprises In Mobile Agent-Based Architectures; R.J. Rabelo, et al. 8. Partner Evaluation And Selection In Virtual Enterprises Using A Profile Theory Based Approach; S. Tsakopoulos, et al. 9. Requirements For An Agent-Based Approach To Support Virtual Enterprises; S.A. Petersen, et al.
Part 4: Breeding Environments. 10. Order Acquiring And Processing In The Virtual Factory; A. Plüss, C. Huber. 11. Development Of New Technologies To Enable The Creation Of Virtual Enterprises In The Leather Sector; M. Flores, M. Albertoni. 12. Ecosystem For Virtual Enterprise; W. Lau, et al.
Part 5: Formation Of Collaborative Networks. 13. ARICON Initiative: Barriers In Adopting The VirtualEnterprise Approach In The New Product Development (NPD) Context; R. Belecheanu, et al. 14. The e-Business On Demand Life Cycle; Y. Hoffner. 15. V-Chain: Migrating From Extended To Virtual Enterprise Within An Automotive Supply Chain; Á. Ortiz Bas, et al.
Part 6: Networked Enterprise Models. 16. Towards An Engineering Framework For Networks Of Firms; A. Zaidat, et al. 17. Foundation For Networking: A Theoretical View On The Virtual Organization; J. Eschenbaecher, S. Ellmann. 18. Organizing And Managing Virtual Enterprises: The ECB Framework; A. D'Atri.
Part 7: Support Infrastructures. 19. Building A Virtual Laboratory For Scientific Experimentation In Molecular Biology; C. Garita, et al. 20. Towards An Internet Enabled Cooperative Manufacturing Management Framework; Qi Hao, et al. 21. Pervasive Software Services For Dynamic Virtual Organizations; S. Dustdar, H. Gall.
Part 8: Infrastructures For New Collaborative Forms. 22. Virtual Community Support In Telecare; H. Afsarmanesh, et al. 23. Underlying Its Business Processes With Flexible And Plugged Peer Systems: The Open ITS IBus Approach; A.L. Osório, et al. 24. Flexible And Plugged Peer Systems Integration To ITS-IBUS: The Case Of EFC And LPR Systems; A.L. Osório, et al.
Part 9: Multi-Agent Approaches In VO. 25. Agent Technology For Virtual Organizations; V. Mařík, M. Pěchouček. 26. A Framework For Multi-Agent Modelling Of Virtual Organisations; G. Rzevski, et al. 27. Using Competency Questions To Evaluate An Agent-Based Model For Virtual
Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations contains selected articles from PRO-VE'03, the Fourth Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Lugano, Switzerland in October 2003. This fourth edition includes a rich set of papers revealing the progress and achievements in the main current focus areas: -VO breeding environments;
-Formation of collaborative networked organizations;
-Ontologies and knowledge management;
-Process models and interoperability;
-Infrastructures;
-Multi-agent approaches.
In spite of many valid contributions in these areas, many research challenges remain. This is clearly stated in a number of papers suggesting a new research agenda and strategic research roadmaps for advanced virtual organizations.
With the selected papers included in this book, PRO-VE pursues its double mission as a forum for presentation and discussion of achievements as well as a place to discuss and suggest new directions and research strategies.