IADIS: IADIS International Conference, Web Based Communities 2005, Algarve, Portugal, 22-25 February 2005, Algarve 2005.

The mission of this conference is to publish and integrate scientific results and act catalytically to the fast developing culture of web communities. The conference invites original papers, review papers, technical reports and case studies on WWW in particular the emerging role of so-called WWW-ba...

THEMES: IADIS
YEAR: 2005
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LABEL: Community | Internet | Knowledge Management | Virtualization | Web
ORGANIZATIONS: IADIS
PEOPLE: Isaías, Pedro | Kommers, Piet
PLACES: Algarve | Portugal
TIME: 2005
 

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TimeTable of Sessions
Status 12.02.05

TH 24th 08:30-14:30
    Thursday  24th February, 2005
    08:30-15:00
    Welcome Desk - Registration

    09:00-10:00
    Keynote Presentation
    Prof . Gunilla Bradley
    Royal Institute of Technology IT - University, Sweden

    10:15-11:15
    Session FP 24.1
    Virtual communities for people with special needs
    Virtual Communities in Health Care
    (Room Vila de Lagoa)
    MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING WITH MKM (F069)
    Nelson Pincho, Viriato Marques, J. Torres Farinha and António Brito
    MOTIVATION DRIVEN MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS COORDINATION IN HEALTH CARE (S057)
    Peng Zhang and Guohua Bai
     
    Session FP 24.2
    Expanding markets through virtual communities
    Universities as Online Communities
    (Room Porches)
    DIGITAL VIDEO CLIPS AS MAIN PART OF A LEARNING PROCESS IN A LEARNING COMMUNITY (S022)
    Jan Frick
    FORUM BASED COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE CREATION AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING: A MEASUREMENT AND STRUCTURAL MODEL (S037)
    Felix Schmitz-Justen and Adalbert FX Wilhelm
    COMMUNICATION OF INSTITUTIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION IN A VIRTUAL COMMUNITY OF STUDENTS AND FACULTY (S078)
    Vicki L. Gregory and Diane Austin

    11:15-11:45
    Coffee Break

    11:45-13:20
    Session FP 24.3
    Cyborgs, teleworking, telemedicine, art games and learning communities
    Community Directories  // Other
    (Room Vila de Lagoa)
    A SECURE PUBLISHING PROTOCOL FOR VIRTUAL COMMUNITY CONTRACTS (F097)
    Anna Cinzia Squicciarini, Elisa Bertino and Federica Paci
    COMPUTER GAME TECHNOLOGY, COLLABORATIVE SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS AND PARTICIPATORY DESIGN (S067)
    Mark Doughty and Carl O'Coill
    PERSPECTIVES OF COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY (S047)
    Ove Jobring and Urban Carlén
    ROLE OF DIGITAL REPOSITORIES IN SUPPORTING WEB BASED COMMUNITIES (F_092)
    Elaine Maher and Pramod Pathak
     
    Session FP 24.4
    Expanding markets through virtual communities
    The WWW as Digital Market Place //
    Business-to-Business Communication in Profit- and Non Profit Sectors
    (Room Porches)

    BOLERO.NET IN THE SEMANTIC WEB WHIRL (F019)
    Violeta Damjanović, Dragan Gašević, Dragan Đurić and Vladan Devedžić
    ABSTRACT
    In this paper, we have chosen the bolero.net as the community with the ambitious initiatives to standardise world trade
    messaging and create a community for more efficient international trade. The bolero.net use a protocol called boleroXML
    that represents a set of standard electronic documents in order to facilitate interoperability amongst the members of the
    international trade chain. The idea about making the boleroXML standard electronic documents in the form of OWL
    ontology in order to support the future Web needs and to moderate this kind of Web-based community is shown here.
    The way OWL ontology of the boleroXML documents is connected with Web services and Web agents is also shown by
    using ebXML Registry and Repository.


    MOTIVATIONS FOR CONTRIBUTING TO MUSIC VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES (s012)
    Nestor Elenberg and Terry Ryan
    ABSTRACT
    One of the most important prerequisites for the success of a virtual community is the availability of participants willing to
    provide resources (files, time and effort) to the community. This condition makes the understanding of members’
    motivations to participate and share their resources (product reviews, recommendations, music-files, bandwidth, CPU
    performance) in P2P virtual communities crucial for developing commercial virtual communities as an alternative
    business model in the music industry.


    DISTRIBUTED E-BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE FOR SME COMMUNITIES – REQUIREMENTS AND SOLUTIONS FOR REQUEST BASED VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS (F010)
    Adomas Svirskas and Bob Roberts
    ABSTRACT
    This paper explores the challenges of constructing a distributed e-business architecture based on the concept of the
    Request Based Virtual Organisation (RBVO), a B2B value network which is dynamically formed upon demand to meet
    identified business opportunities. This approach offers significant advantages over the traditional B2B marketplace
    approach where an intermediate entity dictates particular marketplace policies, provides infrastructure and ensures the
    virtual presence of the participants in the community. In this paper, we investigate the steps involved in achieving interdomain
    end-to-end business collaboration using the structural concepts of the RBVO by presenting a reference
    architecture and framework (realization of that architecture in a particular class of environments). The practical work was
    done within the framework of the EU-sponsored LAURA project, which aims to facilitate interregional zones of adaptive
    electronic commerce using, where applicable, the potential of the ebXML architecture to support the innovative RBVO
    concept. The LAURA project therefore serves as a case study for the architectural framework presented in this paper.

    13:15-14:30
    Lunch Break