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  1-8 of 8 Reviews about "Distributed Commercial Transactions (K.4.4...)": Date Reviewed
  Budget feasible mechanism design: from prior-free to Bayesian
Bei X., Chen N., Gravin N., Lu P.  STOC 2012 (Proceedings of the 44th Symposium on the Theory of Computing, New York, NY, May 19-22, 2012) 449-458, 2012.  Type: Proceedings

Budget feasible mechanism design concerns the study of combinatorial auctions in which the seller has fixed costs for producing items, while buyers have a budget constraint on the total they will pay and thus aim to maximize their indi...

Jun 26 2012
  An options-based solution to the sequential auction problem
Juda A., Parkes D. Artificial Intelligence 173(7-8): 876-899, 2009.  Type: Article

Resources are the most visible of the factors that critically determine the level of success of any organization. In today’s hyper-charged economy, allocating scarce resources has stakes exceeding $100 billion....

Dec 30 2009
  Ubiquitous and pervasive commerce: new frontiers for electronic business (Computer Communications and Networks)
Roussos G., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2005. 194 pp.  Type: Book (9781846280351)

Ubiquitous computing (UC) applications can now be found in places other than science fiction books. As they are intended to be invisible, we need to look for them more carefully....

Mar 28 2006
  An ER framework for e-contract modeling, enactment and monitoring
Krishna P., Karlapalem K., Chiu D. Data & Knowledge Engineering 51(1): 31-58, 2004.  Type: Article

The need for distributed and effective e-contracting systems is more than obvious. Due to the complexity of the e-contracting process, humans are presently heavily engaged in the process, and doomed to deal with lengthy legal documents...

Feb 10 2005
  Understanding customer trust in agent-mediated electronic commerce, Web-mediated electronic commerce, and traditional commerce
Komiak S., Benbasat I. Information Technology and Management 5(1-2): 181-207, 2004.  Type: Article

This paper represents a regrettably minor contribution to the current body of knowledge on trust in electronic commerce. Its stated purpose is to present a new model of trust. It provides a summary of some current work in this area, pr...

Jul 22 2004
  Negoisst: a negotiation support system for electronic business-to-business negotiations in e-commerce
Schoop M., Jertila A., List T. Data & Knowledge Engineering 47(3): 371-401, 2003.  Type: Article

Negoisst, the software described in this paper, gives structure to e-commerce negotiations. Using Negoisst, each party, typically a supplier and a purchaser, has access to the system. A somewhat elaborate database fragmen...

Jul 2 2004
  Automatic Multibusiness Transactions
Srinivasan K., Malu P., Moakley G. IEEE Internet Computing 7(3): 66-73, 2003.  Type: Article

“Automatic multibusiness transactions” presents an overview of the tentative hold protocol (THP), a new protocol for coordinating interactions between several businesses. The protocol accommodates a way for customer...

Nov 7 2003
  Secure web transaction with anonymous mobile agent over Internet
Wang C., Zhang F., Wang Y. Journal of Computer Science and Technology 18(1): 84-89, 2003.  Type: Article

Wang, Zhang, and Wang do a good job of explaining what a mobile agent is in their introduction. A mobile agent is a software entity; it represents a (mostly human) owner, and makes decisions or transactions on behalf of the owner, for ...

Oct 13 2003
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