International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems and Web Technologies (EISWT-08)

Venue: Orlando

Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 07, 2008 End Date/Time: Jul 10, 2008
Registration Date: Apr 04, 2008
Early Registration Date: Apr 04, 2008
Paper Submission Date: Feb 04, 2008
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Description

Analysis of information systems
Bio-informatics
Computational biology
Decision support systems and AI
e-Business
e-Commerce
e-Government
e-Learning
e-Society
Enterprise Information Systems
Enterprise Solutions
Human-Computer Interaction
Integration of Databases with Systems
Internet Technology
Software Agents and Internet Computing
Specification of Information systems
Web Interfaces

AI and e-learning
Assessment methodologies
Authoring tools
B2B and B2C systems
Bio-informatics
Business processes re-engineering
Business-oriented and consumer-oriented e-commerce
Case studies
Case studies and applications
CASE tools
Client-Server Architecture
Content management
Data warehouses
Database and internet integration
Database security
Databases and e-commerce
Databases and systems integration
Decision support systems
Distributed databases
e-business
e-commerce
e-government
e-learning
e-logistics
Enterprise architectures
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
e-organizations
e-procurement
Human-computer interaction
Information systems analysis and design
Instructional technologies
Intelligence in e-systems development
Intelligent agents
Internet payment systems
Knowledge management
Legacy systems
Legal aspects of e-systems
Management issues
Marketing using e-technologies
Middleware technologies
Mobile databases
Mobile learning
Multimedia databases
Multimedia techniques and e-systems
Negotiation systems and protocols
Object-Oriented Database Systems (OODB)
Ontologies
Organizational issues
Policies and strategy issues
Public and private partnership
Risk management
Security and privacy aspects of systems development
Security issues
Semantic web
Service-oriented systems
Software engineering aspects of systems development
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Technologies for e-systems
Training and evaluation
Trust-based issues
Usability issues
Virtual learning environments
Web technologies and databases

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