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Issues Affecting the Implementation of Multiple Application Smart Card Systems
(4th CollECTeR Conference on Electronic Commerce, 2000)
This paper describes the results of a study into the use of multi-function smart cards in the university environment, an area in which they have been widely deployed and quite successful. Traditionally, smart cards have ...
Implementing Successful Electronic Markets: Identifying Success and Failure Factors
Despite the growth of research interest into electronic markets, there is still little information available on the ways in which an electronic market can be successfully developed. This article reports the development of ...
Extending the Useful Application Domain for Formal Methods
Research into the industrial application of formal methods has concentrated almost exclusively on the specification of software systems in high-risk or safety critical applications Thus, attention has been directed to ...
THE URGENT CASE FOR EDI STANDARDS
(Australian Computer Conference (MOSAIC '91), 1991)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) provides a method for organisations to send and receive standardised business communications quickly, flexibly, cheaply and in a secure manner. It is EDI's document translation standards ...
The Need for an Electronic Document Exchange Infrastructure for Supply Chain Management
Established supply chain management techniques such Just-In-Time inventory (JIT), Quick Response (QR) and Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) have proven that re-organising a business' processes to take advantage of the ...
Identifying Supply Chain Management and E-Commerce Opportunities at PaperCo Australia
(Idea Group, 2002)
Established supply chain management techniques such as Quick Response (QR) or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) have proven the potential benefits of reorganizing an organization’s processes to take advantage of the ...
Formal Methods in the IS Domain: Introducing a Notation for Presenting Object-Z Specifications
(Centre for Information Systems Research, Swinburne University of Technology, 1995)
The evaluation of an information systems development method [Swatman & Swatman, 1992] synthesised from research into: the object oriented approach mathematically formal specification languages socio-organisational contextual ...
Business engineering: Is process the key?
(SIGS PUBLICATION INCORPORATION, 2000)
Introducing Multi-purpose, Multi-function Smart Cards to Australian Universities
(1st Annual CollECTeR Workshop on Electronic Commerce, 1997)
As their application area and the number of applications supported increase, the benefits of card technologies (and, in particular, of smart cards) become more widely accepted. These benefits are especially relevant to ...
Building Information Systems Development Methods: Synthesizing from a Basis in both Theory and Practice
(IEEE Computer Society, 1998)
In this paper, we discuss some methodological issues associated with research into requirements engineering, and describe the benefits afforded to us by using action research to explore issues associated with requirements ...