Autor: Vijayan Sugumaran
ISBN-13: 9783319454078
Veröffentl: 01.09.2016
Einband: Book
Seiten: 240
Gewicht: 403 g
Format: 239x159x20 mm
Sprache: Englisch

E-Life: Web-Enabled Convergence of Commerce, Work, and Social Life

258, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
15th Workshop on e-Business, December 12, 2015, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, Revised Selected Papers
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Sentiment Analysis of Twitter users over Time: The Case of the Boston Bombing Tragedy.- Discovering the Voice from Travelers: A Sentiment Analysis for Online Reviews.- Design of Intelligent Agents for Supply Chain Management.- Investigating IT Standardization Process through the lens of Theory of Communicative Action.- Acquiring High Quality Customer Data with Low Cost.- The Mobile Internet as Antecedent for Down-Scoping Corporate Service Portfolios.- Does Self-Promotion on Social Media Boost Career? Evidences from the Market for Executives.- The Ethics of Online Social Network Forensics: A Research Agenda.- Digital Leadership through Service Computing: Agility Driven by Interconnected System and Business Architectures.- Are Online Reviewers Leaving? Heterogeneity in Reviewing Behavior.- The Role of Web and e-Commerce in Poverty Reduction: Ecological Systems Theory.- A Social Media Analytic Approach to Investigate Career Success of Corporate Executives.- Using Text Mining Analytics to Understand IT Internal Control Weaknesses.- Creating realistic synthetic incident data.- Rumor and Truth Spread Patterns on Social Network Sites during Social Crisis: Big Data Analytics Approach.- The Big Data Analysis of the Next Generation Video Surveillance System for Public Security.- Wish Lists and Shopping Carts: A Study of Visual Metaphors on Arab E-Commerce Websites.- Creditworthiness analysis in E-commerce lending business: A cross-business creditworthiness analysis model.- Empirical Investigation of Partnership and Mediating Effect of Mode of Partnership on Innovation Outcome of IT firms.- Privacy calculus theory and its applicability for Emerging Technologies.- IT Risk-Return: A Firm Level Empirical Study for Indian Firms.- Use of Ontologies in Information Systems Development.- Framework for Using New Age Technology to Increase Effectiveness of Project Communication for Outsourced IT Projects Executed from Offshore.- Does Too Much Regulation Kill the Online Gambling Industry?: An Empirical Analysis of Regulation Effects Using VAR Model.- Developing and Evaluating a Readability Measure for Microblogging Communication.- Message or Messenger: An Empirical Analysis on Tumblr Reblogging Behavior.- The impact of patient web portals on readmissions through IT based reminder systems.- Comparison of Hedonic and Utilitarian Digital Products based on Consumer Addiction, Technology Frustration and Consumer Evaluation.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Workshop on E-Business (WeB 2015), held in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, on December 12, 2015. The theme of WeB 2015 was "Leveraging Service Computing and Big Data Analytics for E-Commerce", and thus the workshop provided an interactive forum by bringing together researchers and practitioners from all over the world to explore the latest challenges of next-generation e-Business systems and the potential of service computing and big data analytics.
The 11 full and 17 short papers, which were selected from 45 submissions to the workshop, addressed a broad coverage of technical, managerial, economic, and strategic issues related to e-business, with emphasis on service computing and big data analytics. They employed various IS research methods such as case study, survey, analytical modeling, experiments, computational models, and design science.

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Autor: Vijayan Sugumaran
ISBN-13:: 9783319454078
ISBN: 3319454072
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.09.2016
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 403g
Seiten: 240
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 239x159x20 mm, Bibliographie