Electronic Business and Education

Electronic Business and Education : Recent Advances in Internet Infrastructures

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In order to establish technical prerequisites for efficient electronic business and education on the Internet, appropriate system support is needed as a vital condition for maximization of both short-term and long-term profits. Electronic Business and Education: Recent Advances in Internet Infrastructures discusses current research topics in the domain of system support for e-business and e-education on the Internet, and stresses the synergistic interaction of these two components. Attention is given to both scientific and engineering issues.
Electronic Business and Education: Recent Advances in Internet Infrastructures is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry, particularly in the area of e-business and e-education on the Internet.
`There is no longer any question that the Internet and electronic communication are the major new tools for collaborative advances in the creation of new knowledge and in future learning.' Excerpt from Foreword by Robert C. Richardson, Nobel Laureate 1996, Cornell University, USA
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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 160 x 241.3 x 22.9mm | 703.08g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2002 ed.
  • XII, 400 p.
  • 0792375084
  • 9780792375081

Table of contents

Foreword. Preface. 1. A Digital Marketplace for Education; B.P. Woolf, et al. 2. Information TeAchnology: Using the Internet for Student Research; J.R. Murray. 3. A Constructivist Learning Studio Based on Cognitive Time Analysis; F. Ramos, E. Espinosa. 4. Web-Based Adaptive Educational Systems Towards an Evaluation and design support framework; C.M. Papaterpos, et al. 5. Personalized Intelligent Training on the Web: a Multi-Agent Approach; N. Capuano, et al. 6. From Data to Intelligent Agents, Directions in a Data Intensive Data Processing Project; A. Schuster, et al. 7. An Overview of E-Education Challenges in Latin America Case: Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM); D.L.G. Banales. 8. A Conceptual Framework for the Evaluation and Development of the Agent Persona in the Adele Web Based Medical Continuing Educational Program; D.B. Millar. 9. The Goose, the Gander, or the Strasbourg Pate for all: Medical Education, World, and the Internet; D.K.J.E. von Lubitz, et al. 10. Personalizing the Museum Exhibitions: Arrangement Issues; R. Kadobayashi, et al. 11. TaniNet: a Portal for Farming Community Development in E-Business; A. Deraman, et al. 12. Virtual Reality and Content-Based Management of Three-Dimensional Objects for E-business; E. Paquet, et al. 13. Anatomy of Electronic Commerce Infrastructure in Hong Kong and Singapore Using a Generic Framework Periscope; S. Ko, V. Cho. 14. Development of Open Service Collaborative Platform for Coming Ecs by International Joint Efforts; M. Funabashi, et al. 15. Mobile Multimedia Systems; P.J.M.Havinga, G.J.M. Smit. 16. Design Principles of Reliable Cellular Systems; H.G. Sandalidis, P. Stavroulakis. 17. Application Service Provider Model: Perspectives and Challenges; L. Tao.
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