Building the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications, Case Studies, 1. daļa

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Paul Cunningham, Miriam Cunningham, Peter Fatelnig
IOS Press, 2003 - 1659 lappuses
The importance of the Internet and information and communication technologies to the global economy has never been greater. This volume aims to facilitate knowledge sharing relevant to everyone, irrespective of background, thematic or goegraphic focus.
 

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A Question of Culture
818
The Role of ICT in Transfering Experience between Projects L E Onsøyen
834
Coping with the Echallenges Ahead R Zobel and E Filos
847
Market Prospects Business Needs and Technological Trends for Business Knowledge
858
Organisational Passages
866
Wickes
877
A Visual Approach to Transform Information into Knowledge F Lettice K Young
885
A Knowledge Management Platform for Technology Intensive Industries
892
Utilizing OpenSource Technologies Prevent Vendordependent Business Solutions
1283
Creating the Flexible Organisation L Cremonini and M Botterman
1295
ICT and Ework in European SMEs P Di Nicola
1302
Modelling SME Business Processes for the Integration of Information Systems across
1318
A Roadmap for ASPs S Feindt and M Nöster
1334
Lean Benchmarking with Clustered Company Prototypes A Sennheiser
1349
The Semantic Web in Business V R Benjamins 300
1356
A Quadt T Forzi and S Bleck
1365

Logistic Service Manager LSM an SME Focused Elogistics Service M Melissari
897
Inspirational Knowledge Management for Mobile Knowledge Workers
898
Problems Concepts and Solutions
905
Context Framework for Ambient Intelligence A Dogac G B Laleci and Y Kabak
913
Processing Business in Petrochemistry C Resteanu 434
914
Interorganisational Knowledge Sharing and Trading G Mentzas D Apostolou
931
Multilingual and Ontological Product Cataloguing Tool User Experiences
947
Part 1
962
Webenabled Smart Service Business Infrastructures J Dorn K A Froeschl
967
Virtual Domains in MultiLayered Structures to Foster Competition and Service
983
Webbased Operations Model for Collaborative Manufacturing in the Extended
999
Preface
1008
Dynamic PeertoPeer Process Configuration in Virtual Engineering Organizations
1015
A Social Assessment of the Local Appropriation
1032
The Esharing Approach L Baxevanaki
1039
Requirement Driven Engineering in Collaborative Environments O Klaar M Jörg
1055
The Grid for Ecollaboration and Virtual Organisations J Vallés T Dimitrakos
1071
Lessons Learnt from a European NoE for Concurrent Enterprising
1087
Business Visions and Demands for Future Workplaces Y Baudier J O Skjærbæk
1107
Cooperative Workplaces Workspaces for the Future R Reinema
1115
Human Factors Challenges for Future Workspaces J Wilson
1123
An Architectural Perspective on the Future of the Workplace P Wheeler
1131
Challenges in the New Workplace P Wheeler
1144
Multilocational Work and the Region K Gareis T Hüsing and S Müller
1156
Introducing the Concept of Technology Participation in
1164
Innovative Methods to Measure the Impact
1172
Multimodal Computers that Understand
1180
Applying Seven Es in Etransformation of the Manufacturing Sector S Arunatileka
1185
Extended Products in Oneofakind Product Delivery and Service Networks
1188
Modelbased Reasoning and Casebased Reasoning Integration for Decision Support
1196
Collaborative Work Environments Research Challenges Visions Technologies
1207
Collaboration through Hybrid Human and Artificial Agent Societies S Surcin 1214 Collaboration through Hybrid Human and Artificial Agent Societi...
1222
A Framework for Multilevel and Multiaspect Modeling of Complex Objects
1230
Better Enterprise Systems Implementation I S Fan N Wognum and P Dodds
1236
Application of the Agent System Method in Managing Design Process Task Z Weiss
1244
Application of Business Process Modelling to Assess the Impact of Process Change
1251
Knowledge Representation by Formal Model Language and Interpretation
1259
Automotive
1267
Collaborative Work in the Shoe Industry E Montiel P Martinez and F Salas
1275
Impact of ICT Adoption on Innovation by an Industrial SME
1367
An Innovative Global Trade Platform for SMEs G Bonini P Onesti C Vignudini
1380
A Proposal for Analysing and Strengthening Cluster
1396
VeRDI and BIT Norwegian Ebusiness Programmes Focusing on the SME Sector
1413
Elements of SME Collaboration within a Regional Emarketplace Environment
1426
A Comparison
1428
Application in a Regional
1440
The Ebusiness Transition and ASP Challenge of the European SME L K Brown
1454
Market Development of Future Heterogeneous Mobile Networks An Economic
1461
The Impact of Innovative Ework Processes on Dynamic Networked Organisations
1469
Enhanced Modelling and Planning for the Extended Enterprise F Bonfatti
1485
Supporting SMEs to Participate Successfully in Production Networks PRODCHAIN
1493
EU Initiatives Policies and Research Programmes in the Area of ICT Skills
1503
A Consumer Centric Framework for Developing Mobile Services and Applications
1510
The Evolution of Effective Elearning Architectures C Holtham
1511
Best Practices from Elearning D Casacuberta
1519
Skill Relativities Computers and Pay M Brynin
1526
A Tool for EURussia Collaboration under IST FP6
1532
Solving the 3G Content Dilemma as a Prerequisite for Traffic Generation U Blomqvist
1536
RD Potential of Privolzhsky Federal District for Participation in IST FP6
1538
How Research Project Coordinators Choose Partners for IST proposals P Drath
1545
Getting Involved in European Funded Research M Goreczna
1552
Demands for Flexibility in Authoring and Elearning Platforms under the Aspect
1559
Virtual Reality Technology A Future Training and Educational Tool A Amditis
1567
HARMONY A Collaborative Platform for Networked Startup Support
1573
DynamTe Dynamic ICTtraining of SMEs F Kristensen
1583
EPICS Market Validation for PanEuropean Certification of Informatics
1590
DIGIQ project an Innovative Approach to Introduce ICT Skills to SMEs F Borga
1597
Comprehensive Networking for Research and Education in Vietnam 0 Popov
1605
Pedagogical Agents in the Educational Multimedia for Children Virtual Travel
1611
The Adoption of Elearning by Czech Railways J Landa and L Kříž
1617
Nationwide Implementation of the Educational ITbased System in Romania
1624
Experience from the Vertikult
1632
A Best Practice Action Learning Model 1 OKeeffe
1640
Entertainment Films for Education in the Age of Analogue and Digital Television
1648
Author Index
1655
MEEST Mobile Ecommerce and Ework Secured Transactions R Foka
1656
Regional and European Collaboration for Benchmarking
1657
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