Special Track on E-Commerce Technologies (E-Commerce Techno)

Venue: Melbourne

Location: Melbourne, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 09, 2003 End Date/Time: Mar 12, 2003
Paper Submission Date: Sep 06, 2002
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A few years ago, e-commerce applications were focused primarily
on handling transactions and managing catalogs. Business requirements,
however, are evolving beyond transaction support to include content
management, personalization, integration, and marketplace enablement.
The track will focus on technologies currently employed in creating
offerings, the latest developments in the electronic marketplace,
on computational and deployment issues, architectural support,
policies, and advanced solutions and practices. The track is intended
to address the current needs of both researchers and practitioners, and
to identify significant research challenges that will most beneficially
impact the future use of e-commerce applications.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Electronic Auctions
- Agent Technology for E-Commerce
- User's Preference Elicitation
- Recommender systems
- Mass Personalization Technologies
- User Modeling and Customer Profiling
- Electronic Contracting and Electronic Negotiation
- Trust and Reputation Systems in E-Commerce
- Privacy and Anonymizing Applications
- Data Mining for E-Commerce
- Semantic Web enabled E-Commerce
- Electronic Payments
- Mobile E-Commerce Applications