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[CSE-conferences] Call for Papers - Track on Business Ecosystems as a part of IEEE DEST 2009

From: Farookh Hussain <Farookh.Hussain@cbs.curtin.edu.au>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 19:12:19 +0900
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Business Ecosystems
        Chair - Dr Farookh Khadeer Hussain - Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Business activities / tasks are inherently complex and may need the participation of multiple business entities in order to achieve them.  A group of business entities may work collaboratively in a predefined manner in order to carry out a business activity, which the individual business entities may not be able to deliver on an individual basis.  Complex business solutions can easily be provided and achieved through collaboration and the formation of a business ecosystem by composing different entities.  This track aims to be a discussion centre for addressing issues related to complex tasks and their solutions in Business Ecosystems.  The areas of interest include but not limited to:

-    Coalition formation in BE
-    Business ecosystem formation
-    Business ecosystem dissipation
-    Business ecosystem evolution
-    Electronic institutions
-    Quality issues in BE
-    Service mining in BE formation
-    Sustainability in BE formation

Important dates:

  Full Paper Submissions    1 February 2009  
  Paper Acceptance Notifications   1 March 2009  
  Final 'Camera Ready' Papers Due   15 April 2009  
  Tutorials and Workshops   31 May 2009  
  Conference   1-3 June 2009

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