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Last CFP: Workshop on Business Services Networks (BSN)

From: Gagnon, Stephane <gagnon@ADM.NJIT.EDU>
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2005 17:38:00 -0500
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Last Call for Papers

IEEE EEE05 International Workshop on Business Services Networks (BSN)
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Hong Kong - March 29, 2005
http://elab.njit.edu/bsn.html


Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society


Held in Conjunction With

IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-
Service (EEE-05)
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Hong Kong - March 29 to April 1, 2005
http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~eee05

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The IEEE EEE05 Workshop: Mobility, Agents, and Mobile Services (MAM)
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Hong Kong - March 29, 2005
http://voip.csie.ntu.edu.tw/workshop/eee05
 

Organized by

Management Development Center (MDC)
Faculty of Business and Information Technology 
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Canada
 
e-Business Laboratory (eLab)
School of Management
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA
 

In Cooperation With


Academic Partners:

e-Centre for Infonomics
http://www.infonomics.org.uk

AIS SIGeBiz
http://citebm.business.uiuc.edu/ebiz

AIS SIGPAM
http://www.sigpam.org

AIS SIGSEMIS
http://www.sigsemis.org


Industry Partners:

Integration Consortium
http://www.integrationconsortium.org

Object Management Group (OMG)
http://www.omg.org
 

Abstract:

Business Services Networks (BSN's) are IT infrastructure 
intermediaries where Web Services can be securely published, reused, 
and invoked based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) standards. 
They allow vendors to sell their software as a service and offer 
business users a secure network to compose complex business processes. 
With proper permissions, users can automate several Business Process 
Management (BPM) functions such as: (1) analyze their requirements 
and match them to network resources, (2) model their business 
processes in a complete architecture, (3) define key operational 
conditions for processes, (4) execute their processes on the grid, 
and (5) monitor and manage processes in real-time. In addition, BSN's 
extend the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) of each network participant 
by providing reliable Business to Business (B2B) transaction 
management and Service Level Agreements (SLA). They also offer 
exceptional profit opportunities to vendors based on Utility 
Computing, On Demand, or Pay-Per-Use business models. They 
effectively represent a new form of e-marketplace where IT resources 
and business services are the commodities exchanged.
 

Scope:

We invite papers that address both business and technical issues of 
BSN's from various perspectives, including BSN operators, software 
vendors, business adopters, developers, and end-users. We encourage 
contributions from both academia and industry. Topics of interest 
include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. BSN Operators:
a. Business Models and Architectures
b. Spin-Offs from Outsourcing Providers
c. Mobile Operators and Grid Services
d. Industry-Specific B2B Integration Alliances
e. Inter-BSN Alliances and Interoperability

2. Software Vendors:
a. Market Value for Software Vendors
b. SOA-Enablement of Software Vendors
c. Pricing and Marketing On Demand Software
d. Service Level Agreements (SLA)
e. Software Vendors from Developing Countries

3. Business Adopters:
a. Comparing IT Sourcing Models (BSN, ASP, etc.)
b. International Provisioning and Adoption Barriers
c. Real-Time Transaction Monitoring
d. Quality of Service (QoS)
e. Accounting Systems for Utility Computing

4. Developers:
a. Process Oriented and Model Driven Architectures (UML, BPMN, MDA, 
etc.)
b. Synthesizing Process, Data, and Component Models (MOF, BPSM, etc.)
c. Process Specifications and Execution (WS-CDL, BPEL4WS, etc.) 
d. Composite Processes with Messages, Documents, and Services
e. ebSOA, Business Patterns, and Universal Business Language (UBL)

5. End-Users:
a. Service and Process Oriented Application Development Methods
b. Intelligent Automated Process Discovery and Composition
c. Semantic Web, Ontology Applications, and Domain Specialization
d. User Specialization and Automated Coordination
e. Security, Privacy, and Trust
 

Keynote Speaker:

To be announced.
 

Paper Submission:

Please, limit your paper to 8 pages, following the IEEE Computer 
Society Press Proceedings Author Guidelines: 
http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm.

We only accept paper submissions in PDF format through our review 
system: http://elab.njit.edu/bsn.

The submission of an abstract is handled by the same system. This is 
optional and authors are free to submit either or both an abstract 
and their full paper anytime until January 24, 2005.

While our system is a "double-blind" review process, we are happy to 
confirm that we also accept papers that are formatted for a "one-
side-blind" review. In that case, while authors are asked to remove 
all author information in the paper and PDF file, it may be possible 
that their work and references clearly reveal the author's identity. 
We want to reassure authors of "one-side-blind" papers that their 
work is equally welcomed to the workshop. Our reviewers will be asked 
to reveal any potential conflict of interest, and in that case they 
will be assigned other papers. As well, all reviewers will be asked 
to review both types of papers equally without any discrimination.

For any other questions regarding this workshop or its submission and 
review processes, please feel free to contact workshop chairs 
directly.
 

Journal Publications:

The enhanced version of the selected papers published in the workshop 
will be invited for publication in:

- A special issue on "Business Services Networks" in the 
International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC), 
Information Resources Management Association (IRMA), USA. It is 
expected this special issue will be published in October-December 
2005. ISSN (Online): 1548-0615 - ISSN (Paper): 1548-0623, 
http://www.idea-group.com/journals/details.asp?id=4285 

- A special issue on "Web Services, Business Processes, and Services 
Science" in the International Journal of Web and Grid Services 
(IJWGS), Inderscience Publishers, USA. It is expected this special 
issue will be published in January-March 2006. ISSN (Online): 1741-
1114 - ISSN (Paper): 1741-1106, 
https://www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php?journalID=47

- A special issue on "Business Service Management and Service Level 
Agreement" in the International Journal of Internet and Enterprise 
Management (IJIEM), Vol. 5, No. 2, Inderscience Publishers, USA. It 
is expected this special issue will be published in April-June 2007. 
ISSN (Online): 1741-5330 - ISSN (Print): 1476-1300, 
http://www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php?journalID=39


Registration:

Presenters and participants must register by February 28, 2005. 
Please use the registration instructions and fees provided on the 
EEE-05 web site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~eee05/registration.


Deadlines:

December 25, 2004		Abstract Submission Due (Optional)
January 24, 2005		Full Paper Submission Due
February 14, 2005		Paper Acceptance Notice Sent to Authors
March 1, 2005		Camera-Ready Papers Due
March 29, 2005		Workshop
 

Workshop Chairs:

Dr. Stephane Gagnon
School of Management
New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
E-mail: gagnon@njit.edu

Dr. Patrick C. K. Hung
Faculty of Business and Information Technology
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Canada
E-mail: patrick.hung@uoit.ca
 

Steering Program Committee:

Prof. Terry Wu
Management Development Center (MDC)
Faculty of Business and Information Technology
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Canada

Prof. Anup Kumar
CECS Department
University of Louisville, USA

Prof. Elena Ferrari
Dipartimento di Scienze della Cultura, Politiche e dell'Informazione
University of Insubria at Como, Italy

Prof. Barbara Carminati
Dipartimento di Scienze della Cultura, Politiche e dell'Informazione
University of Insubria at Como, Italy

Dr. Kerry Taylor
ICT Research Centre
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), 
Australia

Dr. Casey K. Fung
Mathematics and Computing Technology
Boeing Phantom Works, USA

Dr. Vladimir Tosic
Department of Computer Science
The University of Western Ontario, Canada

Prof. Aoying Zhou
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Fudan University, China

Prof. Jia Zhang
Department of Computer Science
Northern Illinois University, USA

Prof. Hannes Werthner
Honorary President, IFITT
University of Innsbruck & EC3 Vienna, Austria

Dr. Ravi Bapna
Department of Operations and Information Management 
University of Connecticut, USA

Dr. Morad Benyoucef
School of Management
University of Ottawa, Canada

Dr. Oleg Gusikhin
Supply Chain Management Research
Ford Research & Advanced Engineering, USA

Dr. Michael zur Muehlen
Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management
Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

Prof. Dan Zhang
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Canada

Dr. Jen-Yao Chung
T. J. Watson Research Center
IBM, USA

Dr. Richard Soley
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Object Management Group (OMG), USA

Prof. Pascal Pecquet
Editor in Chief, http://www.cyber-gestion.com
University of Montpellier I, France
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