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Chapter 1: Knowledge Economy and Intelligent Enterprises
Chapter 2: The Macroeconomic Benefits of Intelligent Enterprises
Figure 1: U.S. Real GDP Growth has Become More Stable.
Figure 2: Extreme GDP Growth Rates Much Less Common Today.
Figure 3: More than 83 Percent of Reduced GDP Volatility from Three Sectors.
Figure 4: Durables Inventory-to-Shipments Ratio Fell Dramatically in the 1990s.
Figure 5: Productivity Growth has Generally Increased in Recent Years.
Figure 6: Large Firms are Vertically Disintegrating and Getting Leaner.
Chapter 3: A Comparative Analysis of eBay and Amazon
Figure 1: Amazon.com's Stock Price Path.
Figure 2: EBay's Stock Price Path.
Figure 3a: Amazon's Initial Vision.
Figure 3b: eBay's Initial Vision.
Chapter 4: Key Determinants of Consumer Acceptance of Virtual Stores: Some Empirical Evidence
Figure 1: Theoretical Model for Consumers' Acceptance of Virtual Stores.
Figure 2: The Model of Consumer Acceptance of Virtual Stores. (Coefficients associated with structural paths represent standardized estimates; parenthesized values represent standard errors.)
Figure 3: Learning in One-To-One Marketing.
Chapter 5: Next Generation B2B Commerce using Software Agents
Figure 1: An e-Exchange Environment.
Figure 2: Logical View of an e-Exchange.
Figure 3: High-Level Service Architecture.
Figure 4: "Get Item Price" Message in SOAP/XML Format.
Figure 5: "Get Item Price Response" Message in SOAP/XML Format.
Figure 6: Catalog Query Transaction.
Figure 7: Purchase Request Transaction.
Chapter 6: Building Adaptive E-Business Infrastructure for Intelligent Enterprises
Figure 1: Web Services Enabled Advanced e-Business Integration.
Figure 2: Web Services Creation and Invocation.
Figure 3: Federated Web Services Discovery.
Figure 4: Advanced Web Services Discovery Portal.
Figure 5: Web Services Composition Toolkit.
Figure 6: Universal Grid Services.
Chapter 7: The Evolving E-Business Enterprise Systems Suite
Figure 1: ERP as Defined by SAP R/3 (circa 1997).
Figure 2: e-Business Systems Suite. (Adapted from Kalikota and Robinson, 2002.)
Figure 3: CRM in the e-Business Systems Suite. (Adapted from Kalikota and Robinson, 2002.)
Figure 4: Strategic Enterprise Management Architecture. (Adapted from KPMG, UK— eFinance SAP Strategic Enterprise Management, 2000.)
Chapter 8: A Framework of Intelligence Infrastructure Supported by Intelligent Agents
Figure 1: Evolution of Organizations and their Information Infrastructure.
Figure 2: Agent-Supported Intelligence Infrastructure Framework.
Figure 3: Three Tier Model of Intelligence Infrastructure.
Chapter 9: Enterprise Resource Planning for Intelligent Enterprises
Figure 1: Client/Server Architecture of ERP Systems.
Figure 2: Evolution of ERP Systems.
Figure 3: Big-Band vs. Phased Strategies.
Chapter 10: New Challenges in Electronic Payments
Figure 1: Payment System Profiles.
Figure 2: Layering of User Requirements Profiles.
Chapter 11: Infrastructure and Policy Frameworks for the Support of Intelligent Enterprises: The Singapore Experience
Figure 1: Trend in Penetration Rates for Mobile and Fixed Line Telephony.
Chapter 12: Application Service Provision: A Technology and Working Tool for Intelligent Enterprises of the 21
Diagram 1: A Tool for Controlling Influences in a Complex Environment.
Diagram 2: Proxy Server Protection System.
Diagram 3: Evolution of Web Services.
Chapter 14: From Data to Decisions: Knowledge Discovery Solutions for Intelligent Enterprises
Figure 1: The Knowledge Architecture (Wickramasinghe & Mills, 2001).
Figure 3: Key Elements of a Knowledge-Based Enterprise.
Figure 4: KM Architecture.
Figure 5: Knowledge Management Process Model.
Chapter 15: E-Pricing for Intelligent Enterprises: A Strategic Perspective
Figure 1: Percentage of Online Purchases Made from the First Site Visited.
Figure 2: Dimensions for Internet Price Improvement.
Chapter 16: Linking E-Commerce Strategies with Organizational and IS/IT Strategies
Figure 1: E-Commerce Architecture. (Adapted from Krasner, 2000.)
Figure 2: The Role of IOS and E-Commerce.
Chapter 17: Managing Operations in the E-Commerce Era: Requirements and Challenges
Figure 1: E-Commerce Linkages
Figure 2: A Framework for Operations in an E-Commerce Environment.
Figure 3: Schematic Representation of a Typical Supply Chain.
Chapter 18: E-Business Systems Security for Intelligent Enterprises
Figure 1: E-Business Systems Security with Focus on Management of Human Factors.
Figure 2: Managing Security Policy.
Figure 3: Using the Business Intelligence Approach to Formally Support Risk Management.
Figure 4: A Simplified Causal Loop Diagram of Human Resources Management for an Organization's Security Policy (the complete and updated model is available from http—//epos.ijs.si/spcld.mdl)..
Figure 5: Simulation of the Basic Mode of Operation of SPCLD Model.
Figure 6: Shortening the Delay Between Real Risk and Security Policy Level in the SPCLD Model.
Figure 7: Achieving a Better Output by Less Stringent Requirements on Delays and by Increasing Security Policy Level.
Figure 8: Building Business Intelligence Based Architecture to Support Security Management.
Chapter 19: Modern Maintenance Management for Enhancing Organizational Efficiency
Figure 1: Maintenance Management Process Construction (Wireman, 98).
Figure 2: Stages in the Process of Managing Maintenance (Campbell, 1998).
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Intelligent Enterprises of the 21st Century
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Beginners Guide to DarkBASIC Game Programming (Premier Press Game Development)
Number Crunching Mathematical and Relational Operators and Commands
Programming the Keyboard, Mouse, and Joystick
Adding Sound Effects to Your Game
Loading and Saving Information Using Files
Metrics and Models in Software Quality Engineering (2nd Edition)
A Closer Look at Defect Removal Effectiveness
Estimating the Distribution of Total Defects over Time
Halsteads Software Science
Conducting In-Process Quality Assessments
Hack 9. Filter on Indexed Columns
Hack 16. Search for a String Across Columns
Hack 35. Tally Results into a Chart
Hack 76. Compress to Avoid LOBs
Hack 94. Create Users and Administrators
Cisco IOS in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (OReilly))
IOS User Modes
Types of Access Lists
IP Routing Topics
Older Queuing Methods
DNS & BIND Cookbook
Adding a Multihomed Host
Moving a Host
Configuring a Backup Mail Server in DNS
Sending Dynamic Updates to a Particular Name Server
Creating a Zone Programmatically
FileMaker 8 Functions and Scripts Desk Reference
Knowing Your Limits
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