2014 8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust (ECDC)

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Name: 2014 8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust (ECDC)
Location: Mashhad, Iran
Date: 2014-4-24 - 2014-4-25

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8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836745

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Elahe Ataee Bojd, Neda Moghim, , Naser Movahedinia
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-10; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836747

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Delay and capacity (throughput) are two important parameters to route data packets in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs). In this paper, a new connectionless routing algorithm has been proposed to overcome the performance limit. The proposed algorithm is an extension of dynamic virtual route (DVR) algorithm. Mobility degree of nodes' neighborhood is used to calculate two mobility metrics. Mobility metrics are utilized to establish a more stable route between source and destination. Simulation study shows that the proposed algorithm can improve the network throughput and decrease average end-to-end delay significantly.
Hamid-Reza Ghasemi,
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-7; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836753

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Based on the researches, there is a high rate of fraudulent activities in the online auctions. For instance, this figure for 2008 was about $43M in the US. As a result it can be considered as a crucial problem. This issue has been always a concern of customers and users of the online auction. Due to interaction and mutual effects between Security and trust these two concepts need to be considered together. To increase security, trust and fraud prevention efforts, in the first step, it is vital to study the structures and frameworks of the online auction fraud deduction. The aim of this paper is to perform a case study on the architectures of online auction fraud detection. These architectures include separated models to trace the behavior of the auction and trace IP, user management, user security permissions or two-stage phased modeling framework procedure properties filtering on the evaluation is employed to detect the fraudsters.
Ahmad Ali Rezai, Leila Torki
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-9; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836769

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One of the most important new developments in the banking industry is the creation of electronic money. Obviously, the use of electronic money in the banking industry of in each country is evaluated as useful when investments made by banks in this field increase profitability. In this regard, the aim of this study is to investigate the impact of the development of electronic money on the profitability of DBS1 banks of Singapore in which the total return on equity is defined as the dependent variable, smart card index as electronic money variable, and market concentration index as the size of the bank, and the number of ATM machines. Estimating the model is done using annual data period between 2000 to 2011 and based on panel data econometric model. The main findings of this study suggest that the development of electronic money has had positive impact on the profitability of surveyed banks.
Hon-Yu Ma
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-29; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836756

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Although many scholars have proposed all kinds of key successful factors (KSFs) for ERP activity to smoothly enhance the implementation of ERP, the KSFs are based too much on concept and protocol cannot help an enterprise to achieve this objective. Therefore, this research through qualitative interview method, integrating the KSFs and dynamic capability to set up a model so as to exhibit the kind of dynamic capability needed for each factor. This result not only creates practical value for the KSFs and displays implementable effectiveness for the dynamic capability concept, but also brings a new direction to the academic research.
Ali Alibeigi, , Abubakar Munir,
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-4; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836746

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Terms in the use of LinkedIn, as one of the important elements in this Web site will serve an important role in regulating the flow of traffic. The study of the integration of these terms can be a significant step to avoid congestion and (Users') rejection in the network. Integration of Traffic Control Terms (TCT) between LinkedIn and other social networks is one of the best solutions to establish consequent traffic flow out of the network. Depending on the conditions, integration can be done in different ways. This article examines the direct pass and indirect pass methods. Node phase differences are key elements for integration of LinkedIn considered in this review. To calculate the optimal phasing and appropriate phase difference, first the status of a user in LinkedIn has been analyzed using software, and then the results have been simulated by charting. In this article, the Integration of TCT was done based on evaluation of the TCT performance through determining the appropriate phase differences and reference rule and calculating the measurement of Latency (LT) in the main network port. This latency was calculated as the difference of the expected time and real time of connection or login to the network in simulated conditions. The achieved results indicate that in unsaturated conditions using indirect pass method and in saturated conditions, due to rejection of user and inability of network TCT, using indirect pass method is the best choice for integration of the TCT for LinkedIn and other social networks.
Shiva Jalali, Sayyed Alireza Hashemi Golpayegani, Hoda Ghavamipoor
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-9; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836758

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The aim of this paper is to implement a recommender system based on collaborative filtering in the supply chain to offer a combination of the best suppliers, producers and distributors which have the minimum cost and the maximum customer satisfaction. Up to now, the investigations to determine recommender systems suitable for the order fulfillment procedure in the supply chain are very small and inadequate. The proposed method assumes that components' conditions in all layers and scores recorded after each order exist in the recommender system. Thus, by using a method such as correlation coefficients, the similarity ratio between the request of current customer and that of other customers is calculated, and then the offer proposed to the most similar customer, will be offered to current customers.
Ali Davari, Ali Akbar Hozhabri, Aliakbar Rohani, Mona Zehtabi, Ghasem Ramezanpoor Nargesi, Mohammad Ehsan Zehtabi, Taraneh Farrokhmanesh, Asad Davari
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-10; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836751

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Entrepreneurship research has shown that environmental factors, such as cultural, social, legal, political and technological factors, have negative or positive impacts on entrepreneurship development conditions [9, 3]. An unfavorable environment for entrepreneurship often leads to the growth of underground economy. However, improvements in factors affecting entrepreneurship have a positive effect on entrepreneurship development in many countries [2]. Therefore, entrepreneurship development causes the economy to be flourished. The analysis of data collected from industry section indicated that the determinants of entrepreneurship in Iran need to be improved. Finally, some implications are provided to improve these determinants.
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-3; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836770

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The following topics are dealt with: e-commerce; e-trust; electronic money; e-banking services; e-government; e-tourism; and online shopping.
A. Talgini, V. Shakarami, F. Sheikholeslam, A. Chatraei
8th International Conference on e-Commerce in Developing Countries: With Focus on e-Trust pp 1-7; doi:10.1109/ecdc.2014.6836767

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In wireless sensor networks (WSN), mobility or energy constraints of nodes can lead to network partitioning. In this paper, aerial platform (AP) was used as a relay node in order to provide full connectivity to a disconnected ground WSN. Moreover, the Fuzzy K-means clustering algorithm was used to find suitable locations for placing APs so that the number of APs would be minimized. The comparison of the results of the proposed algorithm with the optimal exhaustive search algorithm characterized it as nearly optimal.
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