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E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service

1st Edition

Edited by Garry Lee

CRC Press

260 pages

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The 2014 International Conference on E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service (EEE 2014) was held on May 1-2, 2014, Hong Kong. This proceedings volume assembles papers from various professionals, leading researchers, engineers, scientists and students and presents innovative ideas and research results focused on the progress of E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service. The papers in this book group around the following topics: E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service, Internet Computing and Information Services, Computer science and Technology and ICT for Business and Management.

Table of Contents


Organizing committee

Section 1: E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service

The study of administrative division reform in China on the basis of the E-government

W. Shi

The role of Facebook as an interactive communication device for business

I. García Medina, P.A. Pereira Correia, Z. González & R. Contreras-Espinosa

E-Business models for financial services and internet banks

J.M. Sahut

Localization for a high context culture: An exploratory study of cultural markers and metaphors in Arabic E-Commerce websites

D. Liginlal, M. Rushdi, R. Meeds & R. Ahmad

Entrepreneurial learning in a secure E-Commerce course through creating competitive real-world sites

R. Garlick

Estimation of figure of merit in ultra-wideband radio channel for location-based E-Service

J. Li, H. Zhang, X. Cui & C. Wu

An E-Service of a stand-alone hybrid renewable energy generation system

H.C. Chen & W.X. Bai

Employing an E-Service of BSMSTOL to the swimming learning

P.-C. Chieh & H. Chang

An E-Service of security in electric power systems

M.-C. Huang & S.-S. Lin

Employing an E-Service for establishing the improved hurdles of the hurdle race

C.-K. Ho & H. Chang

Relationships between the quality of online shopping service and customer loyalty in women online shopping website

K.-H. Won & S.-H. Tsao

Section 2: Internet computing and information services

An empirical analysis of the impact on economic growth from trade in services

D. Yu & X. Xu

A study on model development for information management service system of health service industry

C.P. Ko & B. Song

Labeling schemes for XML dynamic updates: A survey and open discussions

W.-S. Chiew, S.-C. Haw, S. Subramaniam & F.-F. Chua

Formal analysis and verification of a new improved NSSK protocol

G. Shi & H. Chen

Storing and retrieval of hybrid XML databases: A performance evaluation

W.-S. Chiew, W.-Y. Yeow, S.-C. Haw, S. Subramaniam & F.-F. Chua

An evaluation model for embedded knowledge services using fuzzy AHP

Y. Zhu

Cloud-grid-based algorithm for data distribution management

H.-B. Mei

Trustworthiness measurements of real-time Web services

X.X. Wu & G.S. Hu

Numerical back analysis method for in-situ stress field distribution in deep river valley region

H.G. Xing, F.G. Xu & J.W. Zhou

Questionnaire generator: Web application using cloud computing

M. Hoshi & V. Klyuev

Safety analysis and risk aversion system structure for internet of things

Q. Wu

A design of conceptual framework for persuasive multimedia learning application in enhancing children’s awareness of child sexual abuse

A. Othman & W.A.J.W. Yahaya

Section 3: Computer science and technology

A review on recognition of traffic signs

Z. Zhang, W. Li, D. Zhang & W. Zhang

Research on spatial characteristics of 60 GHz MIMO channel and multiplexing

C. Wu, X. Cui, Z. Li & P. Zhang

An improved semantic similarity approach based on Cilin

P. Zhang, W. Zhang, Z. Zhang, C. Wu & Y. Sun

The application of real-time data remote transmission for LWD/MWD in oilfield

Q. Sun & Y. Sun

Application of AF-SVR model for the endpoint prediction of converter steelmaking

L. Gao, X. Zhang, S. Zhao & D. Yu

Feasibility analysis of spectra partition under a monopolization and sharing pattern

P. Zhang & L.N. Wu

An implementation of hardware-based TCP for TS transmitting

T. Tan, X. Wang, G. Sun & A. Ji

Model checking and analysis of systems dependent on CPU speed

T. Mizuno & S.-Y. Nishizaki

A proposal of softness display using honycomb

R. Ishibashi, M. Aliff Bin Rosly, A. Sano & H. Fujimoto

Design and implementation of a micro-inverter for grid-connected applications

M.-T. Tsai, C.-L. Chu & J.-Y. Lin

Characterization and properties of PLA/ENR/MWCNTs nanocomposite

M.A. Tarawneh & S.H. Ahamd

Section 4: ICT for business and management

Financial crisis management for contractors in construction market: Case study in China

H. Chen, L. Zhang, Q. Liu & Y. Liu

The determinants of local fiscal distress in Taiwan: A Poisson regression analysis

Y.H. Ho & C.J. Huang

A construction method of disclosure index of listed company in China

S. Xu

Analysis on the survey method of mystery shopping in hospitality management

L. Xu & S. He

Study of the market position and regulation of Electronic Property Rights Trading Markets

M. Chen

Virtual organization manufacturing resource planning: Flexible multi-objective mathematical programming

Y. Hsu, J.-J. Huang & J.-S. Chen

Application of cluster analysis to western China population quality assessment

X. Zhang & Z. Li

Comparative evaluation of modulation strategies for a three-phase three-level unity power factor rectifier

M.-T. Tsai, C.-L. Chu, F.-K. Guo & B.-J. Jiang

Author index

About the Series

Communications in Information Engineering

The CIE series is devoted to the publication of proceedings of information engineering conferences sponsored by the Information Engineering Research Institute, USA. While the focus is on publication of peer-reviewed full papers presenting mature work, inclusion of reviewed short papers reporting on work in progress is welcome, too. Besides globally relevant meetings with internationally representative program committees guaranteeing a strict peer-reviewing and paper selection process, conferences run by societies or of high regional or national relevance are also considered for publication.


The CIE series aim is to efficiently disseminate original research results in information engineering in electronic form. The CIE series enables fast dissemination so conference delegates can publish their papers in a dedicated online format, which is then made available worldwide and accessible by millions of researchers.


The topical scope of CIE spans the entire spectrum of information engineering ranging from foundational topics in the theory of computing to information science and engineering technology and a broad variety of interdisciplinary application fields. CIE topics span the following 14 areas:

1. Sport Engineering
2. Computer Science and Engineering
3. Software Engineering
4. Network Engineering
5. Electrical Engineering
6. Electronics Engineering
7. Management Engineering
8. Control, Robotics, and Automation
9. Image Processing, Signal Processing and Telecommunication
10. Environmental Engineering
11. Artificial Intelligence
12. Computer Modeling and Simulation
13. Education Technology
14. Bioinformatics

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management Science
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Sales & Selling
COMPUTERS / Internet / General