Collaborative Networks and Their Breeding Environments: IFIP by Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Martin Ollus

By Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Martin Ollus (auth.), Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Angel Ortiz (eds.)

Progress in collaborative networks keeps displaying an increasing number of manifestations together with digital organisations, digital businesses, dynamic provide chains, specialist digital groups, collaborative digital laboratories, and so forth. with a large spectrum of software domain names. the belief that every one those collaborative types signify diversifications of a extra common paradigm is resulting in their consolidation into Collaborative Networks as a brand new clinical discipline.

This publication comprises chosen articles from PRO-VE'05, the 6th operating convention on digital firms, which used to be subsidized via the International Federation for info Processing (IFIP) and held in Valencia, Spain. Being famous because the so much targeted clinical / technical convention on Collaborative Networks, PRO-VE keeps providing the chance for the presentation and dialogue of either the newest examine advancements and useful program case stories. Following the IFIP imaginative and prescient, PRO-VE deals a discussion board for collaboration and information alternate between specialists from various areas of the world.

The articles integrated during this publication characterize a accomplished evaluate of modern advances in a number of domain names and features of improvement of collaborative networks. Of specific relevance are the themes of holistic methods and breeding environments administration, construction and administration of digital enterprises digital communications, functionality size and administration, gain research, belief administration, approach modeling and meta-modeling, ICT infrastructures and help prone, felony matters, and case studies.

Show description

Read or Download Collaborative Networks and Their Breeding Environments: IFIP TC5 WG 5.5 Sixth IFIP Working Conference on VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, 26–28 September, 2005, Valencia, Spain PDF

Best networks books

Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python Cookbook: Over 75 recipes to help you automate geoprocessing tasks, create solutions, and solve problems for ArcGIS with Python

ArcGIS is an average geographic details process from ESRI.

This publication will provide help to use the Python programming language to create geoprocessing scripts, instruments, and shortcuts for the ArcGIS machine environment.

This e-book will make you a greater and effective GIS specialist via exhibiting you the way to exploit the Python programming language with ArcGIS computing device to automate geoprocessing projects, deal with map records and layers, locate and connect damaged information hyperlinks, edit info in characteristic periods and tables, and lots more and plenty extra.

Stability and Synchronization Control of Stochastic Neural Networks

This book reports at the newest findings within the examine of Stochastic Neural Networks (SNN). The e-book collects the unconventional version of the disturbance pushed by way of Levy method, the learn approach to M-matrix, and the adaptive regulate approach to the SNN within the context of balance and synchronization regulate. The booklet could be of curiosity to college researchers, graduate scholars up to speed technology and engineering and neural networks who desire to examine the middle ideas, tools, algorithms and purposes of SNN.

Crime, Networks and Power: Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra

This ebook develops the concept the Cosa Nostra Sicilian mafia likes and, more than the other legal association, follows the styles of capitalist transformation. the writer offers research of the mafia under post-fordism capitalism, displaying how they depend on more and more more flexible networks for purposes of either expense and dodging police control, in addition to altering their center companies when it comes to the danger that some actions, comparable to drug trafficking, are inclined to incur.

Additional info for Collaborative Networks and Their Breeding Environments: IFIP TC5 WG 5.5 Sixth IFIP Working Conference on VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, 26–28 September, 2005, Valencia, Spain

Sample text

16-24 Marjanovic, O. (2002), Supporting Co-ordination in Dynamic Virtual Enterprises, Proceedings of th 15 Bled Electronic Commerce Conference, e-Reality: Constructing the e-Economy, Bled, Slovenia, June 17-19, pp. 712-726, 19. Nikoleris, G. & Johansson, N. (2003), Managing the Exchange of Data in the Extended Enterprise, Ih 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Proceedings of 10 ISPE International Conference, Madeira, 28-30 July, pp. 317-321 OFBiz. (2003). F. H. (1994) Managing in the Marketspace, Harvard Business Review, 72(6) (Nov-Dec)pp.

In Collaborative Networked Organizations: A Research Agenda for Emerging Business Models", Kluwer, 2004 3. , "Economic Relationships between the Members of Virtual Enterprises". In Collaborative Business Ecosystems and Virtual Enterprises, Kluwer, 2002 4. , "Creating and Managing Value in Collaborative Networks". In Intemational Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Emerald Group PubHshing, Vol. 34 No. 3-4, 2004, p. 251-268 5. Bussler, C , "B2B Integration - Concepts and Architectures", Springer, 2003 6.

The drivers for such approach may include: higher security and trust requirements, more sensitive business area, stronger audit requirements, etc. 6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The results presented here are partially funded by the European Commission under contract IST-2001-33251 through the project LAURA. The future research ideas arise from the work in TrustCoM project, funded by the European Commission under contract IST-2003-01945. The authors would like to thank members of respective partner organisations of both projects for their valuable input and help.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.78 of 5 – based on 40 votes