Tracks

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In order to provide a better categorization and classification of its main goals, Ec-Web 2009 will be organized as a multi-track conference. Each track will be organized as a mini-conference with corresponding reference area chairs. Even though the main focus of the conference concerns the relationship between E-commerce and emerging technologies, with strong attention toward semantics aspects, contributions about theoretical issues as well as cross-track contributions are very welcome.

  • Service Oriented E-Commerce and Business Processes
    • Business process modeling and analysis
    • Software architectures
    • Processes and service composition
    • Business process and e-service repositories
    • Quality of Service in business processes
    • Security in business processes
    • Cross-organizational process support, contracts
    • Workflow management systems
    • Process modeling and enactment in ERP, CRM, and SCM systems
    • SOA and Process Management
    • Resource management in business process execution
    • Enterprise Application Integration
    • Inter-organizational Systems
    • SOA approaches to E-Commerce
    • Virtual enterprises, supply chains, coalitions
  • Recommender Systems
    • Innovative applications of recommender technology
    • Recommendation learning and reasoning
    • Industrial application of recommendation technology
    • Recommender system user interfaces and conversational approaches
    • Explanations in recommender systems
    • Group recommender systems
    • Consumer decision making and consumer buying behavior models
    • Collaborative Filtering
    • Appraisal of Recommender Systems
    • User Issues in Recommender Systems
    • Recommendation Interfaces
    • Computational advertising
    • Decision theory and preferences
  • E-Payment, Security and Trust
    • Payment and authentication protocols
    • Micropayments
    • Access Control
    • Privacy-enhancing technologies
    • Information Hiding and Watermarking
    • Reputation and trust systems
    • Security and privacy issues in electronic commerce
    • E-Commerce Dependability
    • Transactions and Contracts
    • Legal and Regulatory Issues
    • Electronic voting
  • Electronic Commerce and Web 3.0
    • Ontology engineering for E-Commerce
    • Taxonomies and Web directories for semantic E-Commerce
    • Semantic-based discovery of resources in a marketplace
    • Semantic electronic markets
    • Semantic Web Service architecture for E-Commerce
    • Semantic E-Procurement
    • Ontology-based user profiling
    • Application of standard and non-standard reasoning in E-Commerce
    • User tagging for item annotation and discovery
    • Cloud computing in E-Commerce scenarios
    • User interface to exploit Web 3.0 technologies in E-Commerce
    • Emerging languages for E-Commerce
    • Mobile and Pervasive Commerce
    • P2P E-Commerce
    • Experience with e-commerce systems
    • Usability of e-commerce systems