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Social Impact of Collaborative Services to Maintain Electronic Business Relationships




Veröffentlicht: 2009
Herausgeber: Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Eva Ferreira Oliveira, António José Tavares, Luís Gonzaga Martins Ferreira
Buchtitel: Handbook of Research on Social Dimensons of Semantic Technologies and Web Services
Seiten: 643-674
Kapitel: 32
Verlag: IGI Global
Erscheinungsort / Ort: Hershey, Pennsylvania

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This chapter looks at the impact and opportunities of semantic technologies and Web services to business relationships and how social Semantic Web techniques foster e-business and collaborative networks in many dimensions. For this the authors follow the vision to support collaborative services for business relationship management within semantic services. Based on a newly approach for business partner management with ontologies in large business communities, the chapter elaborates the conceptual framework for the design and implementation of collaborative services. The often postulated adaptiveness and intelligence of novel collaborative structures, foremost collaborative networks, require new approaches to deal with the increasing difficulty to cope with the resulting complexity of relational ties in communities and business networks. This research strives to leverage the capabilities to deal with large number of business relationships. The chapter formulates a vision based on three stages developing digital business ecosystems. Semantic Web technologies, mainly modelling business partner profiles (BPP) with ontology, combined with sound techniques of information retrieval and selected concepts and methods of social network analysis build the conceptual framework. On this basis, a newly approach is elaborated which offers support for communication processes and complex interactions of business entities in collaborative spaces.

ISBN: 9781605666501
DOI Link: 10.4018/978-1-60566-650-1.ch032



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