Advances in Information Technologies: The Business Challenge

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Jean-Yves Roger, B. Stanford-Smith, Paul T. Kidd
IOS Press, 1998 - 934 lappuses
Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved review process with input from more than 250 students and faculty, GOVT is an engaging and accessible solution to accommodate the diverse learning styles of today's learners at a value-based price. Focusing on the current and historical conflicts and controversies that define America as a nation, GOVT is a streamlined and extremely current text for the American Government course. Its motivating debate theme and appealing modern format speak directly to today's student. A full suite of learning tools--correlated to the text chapter-by-chapter--are available through CourseMate and include an eBook, Chapter In Review cards, videos, simulations, podcasts, and quizzes that allow students to learn and study wherever they are and whenever they have time.

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Consumer Entertainment Software Industry Trends J Montes
3
Development in a Virtual Environment R Nilsson
18
The G7 Pilot Project Global Market Place for SMEs Update of the Projects
33
Trading and Commercialization of Software and Hardware IP C Bruin
48
A CoOperative Approach to Standards Open Systems R Sitruk
62
Smart Cards From 8 Bits Microcontrollers to 32 Bits Virtual Machines P Maes
81
User Support Networks G Horn
95
Demonstrator Projects R Gook
111
High Speed but Low Cost Polygon Antialiasing W Straßer and O Renz
506
FPGABased 3D Graphics Rasterizers L del Pino
514
European Multimedia Support Networks and Local Networks A Fresa
522
A Catalogue Implementation U Steinmann
530
Content Based Image Retrieval in Database System R Vaccaro F Fontana D Silva
537
A Multimedia Development Model S Lechtenberg G Joubert and A Bierwirth
553
Collaborative Virtual Environments Telepresence using the Dovre Framework
569
A Distributed Software Platform for Virtual Reality Applications K Demuynck
584

Consortium
127
Electronic Sales Marketing for Small Medium Size Enterprises F Meinköhn
146
The Electronic Commerce Value Chain P Shakeshaft
162
An Introductory Application on Electronic Commerce for SMEs L Gallud
169
The Establishment of an Electronically Linked Cluster in the Offshore Industry
182
ItalyShopping Project F Grasso
197
An Internet Hotel Reservations Management System Z Čajić
213
A Service Analysis and Service Design Framework for the Implementation of
226
An Architectural Approach to Brokerage in Network Based Commerce M Martin
242
Developments in the Practice of Electronic Commerce for the Organized Business
255
How to Build an Efficient City Information System M Ojsteršek and M Lenič
271
A Visual Surveillance System for the Prevention of Vandalism in Metro Stations
287
Electronic Commerce Support in the TESEO Project M Mastretti and E Paolillo
303
InternetDelivered Interactive Training Course using ServerSide Simulations
319
Applying Advanced Multimedia Concepts in Health and Education M A W Houtsma
336
Towards the Electronic Commerce
343
B Holtkamp M Lehmbach and T Block
351
TISSUS A Market Place for Textile Images and Patterns C Bayart
359
The Telematics in the TextileClothingDistribution Chain and Related Transport
366
Electronic Commerce Services for Home Automation F Baumann B JeanBart
374
The IPR Debate over Internet Browsing T Longo
382
Addressing the Internet Challenge J Tyler
390
The Deployment of an Internet Shop and Its Business Performances P Montrasio
397
Towards a European Employment Exchange R M van Zoelen
404
Demand and Supply of Advanced Telecommunications Services in Remote Areas
410
A Support for an Electronic Press Review Service S Bruzzo M Borasio
418
IPR Issues JF Boisson
426
Collaborative Engineering Based on the Web How Far to Go? A Pawlak
434
Interactive and Distributive Multimedia for Residential Users
445
From a Business to Consumer Application
453
BusinesstoBusiness Digital Video MegaStores M Re
461
A Generic Platform for Building Hypermedia Training Applications
469
Environment for Quick Development Educational Interactive
482
3D Graphics Acceleration Development P F Lister M C Bassett J P Ewins
490
Computer Aided Design for Generating Photorealistic Synthetic Floor E Meléndez
498
Applying Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality to Maintenance Training
600
Optical HighSpeed Network for Distributed Image Processing C Müller T Voss
614
From Narrowband to Wideband Multimedia Services in Future GSM Networks
628
Identification of Works Distributed by Digital Channels P Florenson
645
System Requirements of Wireless Terminals for Future Multimedia Applications
658
Usability of LowBandwidth Multimedia Service Systems M Tamski
674
Architecture for Multimedia Based Telematic Public Information Points L Ardao
690
Reuse of a VHDL Library for a PCI Bus Controller P Merino Gonzáles F J Palao
709
Generating New Business in Optoelectronics Technology I Ross and A Wilson
724
Virtual Socket Interface Alliance S Baker
732
Prototyping CarEmbedded Applications F Mosnier and J Bortolazzi
744
Investment in Space G Brussaard
752
Business Oriented Embedded Systems Research in a Virtual Enterprise H Heusala
766
Relations between Universities and Companies and the Intellectual Property Rights
774
IP What It is and How to Value Protect and Exploit It T Dent
782
Reusing Intellectual Property with Parametrised Hardware Libraries W Luk J Gray
788
The ObjectOriented Approach to Hardware Reuse M Radetzki
796
SolidState Systems are not Just Bigger Chips I Phillips
804
A Portable Open Software Architecture for Industry S Pelc
812
Scalable MultiChannel Communication Subsystem SMCS G J Christen T Helfers
820
Switched Multimedia Networks for the Home The Teradevice Opportunity
828
A LowCost HighPerformance Multicast Routing Switch Chip for Communication
836
An Integrated PCI Component for IEEE 1355 Networks F Wajsbürt
844
Embedded Objects with Componentized OS CORBA and Java
851
Software Portability Assessment Methodology An OMI Project P Arundel
859
Retargetable Compilers for Embedded DSPs R Leupers and P Marwedel
867
Improving Software Products Quality through the Use of Metrics A Ayerbe
875
Large Valency Serial Wormhole Routing Networks as a Scalable Multimedia Switching
883
Results from the Macramé 1024 Node IEEE 1355 Switching Network S Haas
891
An Evaluation Board for the IEEE 1355 Technology J J Lecler
899
MultiQueue Management and Scheduling for Improved QoS in Communication
906
An Advanced Card Operating System on the Cascade Platform J M Place
915
Scalability Concepts in Cryptographic CoProcessing H Bock W Mayerwieser
922
Author Index
931
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