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Agent Solutions for E-Business Transactions

Agent Solutions for E-Business Transactions,10.1109/DEXA.2001.953046,Ismail Khalil Ibrahim,Wieland Schwinger,Edgar Weippl,Josef Altmann,Werner Winiwar

Agent Solutions for E-Business Transactions   (Citations: 4)
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Software agents have become very popular in the las t few years. They have been used successfully to perf orm quite a diverse range of applications. In this pape r we present a model for agents as mediators in e-commer ce, which highlights how far technology can be used to automate e-business transactions.
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    • ...The personalized, continuously running, and semi-autonomous properties of software agents make them well suited for m-business applications [2] representing the interests of customers, suppliers, or intermediaries [3]...
    • ...With regard to the roles of software agents in the integral value added chain of m-business, our focus is on three central issues: added business value, interoperability, and trust [2][3]...
    • ...For organizations, interoperability facilitates the cross-organizational coupling of business processes [3]...
    • ...Mobile markets: Markets (mobile or otherwise) have three main functions [8][3]: i) matching buyers and sellers; ii) facilitating the exchange of information, goods, services, and payments associated with market transactions; and iii) providing an institutional infrastructure, such as legal and regulatory frameworks...
    • ...A business model [8][3] can be defined as the architecture for the flow of products, services, and information, including a description of the various business actors and their roles...
    • ...Agents can move over networks to gather information based on ad-hoc or pre-defined needs, compare it, and filter the best information based on the past experience of the user [3]...
    • ...Agents as Facilitators: There seem to be at least two different cases where agents are able to provide the institutional infrastructure required for mobile markets [3] in which aggregate demand meets aggregate supply...

    Reinhard Kronsteineret al. Agents for Mobility Engineering in m-Business

    • ...We expect the impact of agent technologies in ambient intelligence to occur in three major ways: (1) as an abstraction metaphor for the design of complex, distributed computational systems; (2) as a source of technologies for such computing systems, and (3) as intelligent user interfaces [14]...

    Thomas Grillet al. Agents for Ambient Intelligence - Support or Nuisance

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