The Third Workshop on e-Business (WEB 2004)
Theme: Dynamic and Service-Oriented E-Business
December 11, 2004
Washington DC, USA
Web site: http://www.web2004.org
7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
Registration at the Conference Theater located at Lagoon Level (1B) and between Grand Café and Grand Slam of Grand Hyatt Hotel (You need to get your breakfast ticket first along with your registration package)
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast (buffet) at Grande Café located right next to Conference Theater (A ticket will be issued at the registration desk that should be good for both Sat. and Sun.)
8:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
8:45 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Keynote address by Mr. Peter Doolan, Vice President of Technology at Oracle Corporation. (tentative)
9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
9:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Session 1a (Room: Conference Theater)
Session 1b (Room: Arlington)
Session 1c (Room: Cabin John)
11:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Session 2a (Room: Conference Theater)
Session 2b (Room: Arlington)
Session 2c (Room: Cabin John)
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Lunch (Location: Via Pacifica to be confirmed)
1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Session 3a (Room: Conference Theater)
Session 3b (Room: Arlington)
Session 3c (Room: Cabin John)
2:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Session 4a (Room: Conference Theater)
Session 4b (Room: Arlington)
Session 4c (Room: Cabin John)
4:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Session 5 (Room: Conference Theater) Joint Session
E-business Research Center Directors' Panel:
E-Business Research and Trends
7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
Dinner at Chinatown Garden Restaurant
618 H-Street, N.W., Washington D.C. 20001
Dinner is a joint event with WITS-2004 participants
Track I: SOA and Web Services
Room: Conference Theater
Section 1a: Web Services I: Grid Computing and Service Composition
Session Chair: Larry Kerschberg
1. Integrating Web Services and Grid Computing, - 169, Ghazi Alkhatib
2. A Framework for Composing Electronic Marketplaces From Market Structure to Service Implementation, 135, Daniel Rolli, Stefan Luckner, Christof Momm, Christof Weinhardt
3. Resource Allocation in Computational Grids - A Market Engineering Approach 131, Björn Schnizler, Dirk Neumann, Christof Weinhardt
4. Trust-based Web Service Composition, 130, Lina Zhou and Dongsong Zhang
5. Dynamically Managing the Delivery of Web Services via Workflow and Feedback, 132, Randy Howard and Larry Kerschberg
Section 2a: Web Services II: Business Process and Data Integration
Session Chair: Kaushal Chari
1. A Methodology for Business Process Integration of Legacy Systems using Web Services, 156, Manish Agrawal, Kaushal Chari, and Saravanan "Saru" Seshadri
2. Context Interchange as a Scalable Solution to Interoperating Amongst Heterogeneous Dynamic Services, Hongwei Zhu and Stuart E. Madnick
3. Designing Service-Oriented E-Business Applications Using Data Engineering Techniques, 143, George Feuerlicht
4. Rethinking the Paradigm: Improving E-Commerce through Dynamic Inter-enterprise Integration (DII), 143, Thomas R. Gulledge? and Rainer A. Sommer?
5. On the Conceptualization and Modeling of Information Systems Architecture: Extending the IS Impact Model, Chris Schlueter Langdon
6. An Interactive BPMI Framework Based on Web Service, 110, Zhijun Yan and Yuejun Zhang, (will not attend)
Section 3a: Web Services III: Models and Architectures
Session Chair: Huimin Zhao
1. A Dynamic Approach to Managing Enterprise IT Infrastructure Services, Sagnika Sen, Raghu Santanam, Ajay Vinze
2. Modeling User-Driven Web Service Syndication, Yi Sun, Shaoyi He, Jack Leu --111
3. Optimum Positioning of Web Servers in a Competitive Environment, 118, Robert Aboolian and Yi Sun
4. Assessing the Value of Web Services in the Extended Enterprise: A Supplier Reliability Model, 151, Mary J. Meixell
5. On Providing Data Mining using Web Services, 159, Dan Zhu??
Section 4a: Web Services and Technology Adoption Research
Session Chair: Michael Shaw
1. Understanding Web Services Adoption: An Exploratory Study, 168, Huinan Xu
2. A Multi-Perspective Case Study of Information-Technology Innovation Adoption, 129, Judith Gebauer, Michael J. Shaw, and Markus Lenz
3. Web Services Adoption Patterns on Sell-Side and Buy-Side of Supply Chain, 140, Narasimha Bolloju and Efraim Turban
4. Assessing the Readiness of Internet-based IOS Adoption, 184, Hsin-Lu Chang and Shin-Horng Chen
Track II: E-Business: Emerging Technologies, Security, and Standards
Section 1b: Agent-Based Information Systems
Session Chairs: Christoph Langdon
1. The Design Science of Agent-based Modeling and Simulation of Business Systems: Opportunities and Critical Issues - A Research Note, 161, Chris Schlueter Langdon and Riyaz Sikora
2. The Enhancement of Solving the Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problem for Cooperative Supply Chains Using Multi-agent Systems , 167, Fu-ren Lin and Hui-chun Kuo
3. Location-Aware Intelligent Agent System (LIA) for Publish/Subscribe Middleware in Mobile Environments, 152, Amrish Vyas and Victoria Yoon
4. Managing Word Mismatch Challenge in Information Retrieval: A Clustering-based Query Expansion Method, 181, Chih-Ping Wei, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Chun-Neng Huang, and Chin-Sheng Yang
Section 2b: Knowledge Management: Text Mining and Data Mining
Session Chair: Hilary Cheng
1. Annotating Semantic Relationships between Knowledge Documents in Knowledge Sharing Environments, 171, Chih-Ping Wei, etc.
2. Measuring Similarity between XML Documents, 134, Christopher C. Yang
3. An Ontology-based Data Mining Approach in a Financial Knowledge Management System, 166, Hilary Cheng, Todger Lu, Wei-Hsiao Wang, and Calvin Sheu
4. Knowledge Discovery from Competitors' Websites, 127, Xin Chen and Brook Wu
Section 3b: Security Informatics
Session Chair: Daniel Zeng
1. Dynamic Administrative Coalitions with WebCom DAC, 124, Simon N. Foley, Barry P. Mulcahy, and Thomas B. Quillinan
2. Economics of Decoy Information System Development, 157, Chungsuk Ryu, Raj Sharman, H. Raghav Rao, and Shambhu Upadhyaya
3. The Informativeness of IT Security Insurance in an Uncertain World: An Economic Perspective, 165, Wei T. Yue
4. Informatics in Interimistic Environments, 183, Abheek Anand and Sudarshan S. Chawathe
Section 4b: E-Business Standards Development
Session Chair: Matt Nelson and Mu Xia
1. Integrating Healthcare Information Systems Using Web Services and Vertical Industry Languages, 150, Huimin Zhao and Hemant Jain
2. Measuring the Business Benefits of Web-based Interorganizational Systems: A Co-Adoption Model for Standards Development, 148, Matthew L. Nelson, Michael J. Shaw, Mary Schoonmaker
3. Web Services Standard Competition between Sun and Microsoft, 160, Bo Xing, Zhangxi Lin, and Minder Chen
4. Strategic Investment in Standards under Uncertainty, 174, Lihui Lin and Nalin Kulatilaka
Track: E-Commerce and E-Business Research
Room: Cabin John
Section 1c: Research Opportunities in E-business I: Implementation Issues and Impacts
Session Chair: Chandrasekar Subramaniam and Ravi Sen
1. The Impact of Digitalization and E-Commerce on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), 106, Ezendu Ifeanyi Ariwa and Paula Andrea Sanchez
2. The Role of the Sales Cycle in Influencing ERP Implementation Outcomes, 119, Michael Wybo
3. An Investigation of the Determinants of User Expectations of eServices. The Case of IS Helpdesk Service Delivery, 164, Annette M Mills
4. The Impact of Process and Technology Factors on Users Assessment of the Fit of E-Procurement with the Procurement Process, 137, Michele L. Gribbins, Chandrasekar Subramaniam, and Michael J. Shaw
5. Distribution Channel Evolution After The Introduction Of Electronic Commerce, 175, C. Sophie Lee and Wesley Shu
Section 2c: E-Commerce I: Recommendation Systems and Online Shopping Behaviors
Session Chair: T. P. Liang
1. Towards an Integrated Model of Online Shopping Behavior, 158, C. Ranganathan and Sanjeev Jha
2. Determinants of Online Merchant Rating: Content Analysis of Yahoo Merchant Comments, 162, Zhe Qu, Han Zhang, and Haizheng Li
3. The Value of IT-Enabled Retailer Learning: Can Personalized Product Recommendations Lock-in Consumers in Electronic Markets?, 122, Catherine Tongxiao Zhang and Ritu Agarwal
4. Buyers' Perception of Sellers' Reputation Information in Web Auction, 142, Yi-wen Fan, Chi-chung Chen, and Tsuey-jiuan Shieh
Section 3c: E-Commerce II: Empirical Studies
Session Chair: Bill Richmond
1. Online Digital Music Sampling: What Matters?, 112, Min Lu and Yanbin Tu
2. Investigating Online Customer Lifetime and Its Effects on Purchase Decision and Firm Profit Gain, 113, Lin Lina, Johnny Jiung-Yee Lee, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, and Olivia Sheng
3. The Growth, Decline, and Rebirth Of Fingerhut Inc.: An Organization Ecological Perspective, 149, Dien D. Phan
4. A Performance Comparison of Group Buying Models , 172, Ya-Ting Zhuang and Hsiangchu Lai
5. The Acceptance Model of MLS on the basis of "Risk-Value" Analysis, 138, Qing Yang and Lihua Huang
Section 4c: E-Business: Globalization and Culture Issues
Session Chair: Ezendu Ifeanyi Ariwa
1. Electronic Commerce and the Level of Internationalization, 128, Pierre-Majorique Léger, Pierre Hadaya, Luc Cassivi
2. Effects of National Factors and Product Characteristics on Online Shopping: A Cross-National Study , 176, Liang-Ting Peng, Shu-Chun Ho, and Paul Jen-Hwa Hu
3. The Impacts of Fit in Enterprise Systems on the Operations of International Organizations, 146, Shari Shang and Louis Y. S. Lo?
4. The Theory of Persuasive Argumentation: Novelty and Validity of Arguments in a Cross-cultural Setting, 182, Maha ElShinnawy and Ajay Vinze
Session 5 (Room: Conference Theater) - Joint Session
E-Business Research Center Directors' Panel: E-Business Research and Trends
Associate Professor and Area Coordinator of Decision Sciences and MIS
School of Management, George Mason University
Professor and Former Chairman
Department of Information and Software Engineering
Co-Director, E-Center for E-Business
School of Information Technology and Engineering
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Editor-in-chief of Journal of Intelligent Information Systems
Jae Kyu Lee
Professor of Electronic Commerce and Management Information Systems
Graduate School of Management
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea
Director of International Center for Electronic Commerce (ICEC)
Editor-in-chief of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications
Sun Yat-sen Chair Professor of Information Management
Director of the Electronic Commerce Research Center
National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Michael J. Shaw
Leonard C. and Mary Lou Hoeft Endowed Chair in Information Systems and Professor of Business Administration
Director of Center for Information Systems and Technology Management
University of Illinois, USA
Co-editor in chief, Journal of Information Systems and e-business Management
Earl and Gladys Davis Distinguished Professor of Information Systems
Professor of Information Systems
Director of Center for Advancing Business through Information Technology
Arizona State University, USA
Web 2004 is sponsored by
Center for Advancing Business through Information Technology (CABIT)
W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
School of Management
George Mason University
Electronic Commerce Research Center
National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Center for Information Technology and e-Business Management
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Direction to the restaurant from the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel:
1. Take the exit leading to the H Street
2. Turn right and walk towards Chinatown direction for about 5.5 blocks
3. Right after you enter the Chinatown "gate", you would see the restaurant on the right side of the street.
Direction to the restaurant by Metro:
Take Red/Yellow/Green line to arrive at Gallery Place-Chinatown station.
Then take the 7th/H Street exit and you would see the restaurant.