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Human-Centered e-Business by Rajiv Khosla, Ernesto Damiani, William Grosky (auth.)

By Rajiv Khosla, Ernesto Damiani, William Grosky (auth.)

Human-Centered e-Business specializes in research, layout and improvement of human-centered e-business structures. The authors illustrate some great benefits of the human-centered method in clever e-sales recruitment software, integrating facts mining expertise with selection help version for profiling transaction habit of net banking buyers, user-centered context established info association utilizing XML, wisdom administration, and optimizing the quest procedure via human assessment in an clever interactive multimedia software. The purposes defined during this paintings, enables either e-business research from a enterprise professional's point of view, and human-centered approach layout from a method improvement viewpoint. those purposes hire quite a number web and delicate computing technologies.

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On the other hand, a causal model knows about the causal connections between various properties of the components but unlike a functional model does not know how each of the components actually works. Causal models represent an alternative, more abstract, view of a device which is particularly effective for diagnosis in cooperation with a functional model. First generation expert systems are brittle, in the sense that as soon as situations occur which fall outside the scope of the heuristic rules, they are unable to function at all.

Al. 1 Channel Enhancement Most companies enter e-business to market, sell or buy products and services over the Internet. In so doing, they engage in e-commerce. The web is used as an enabler to enhance or supplement traditional channels of commerce. The Internet may be used to make sales, fulfil orders, procure raw materials and provide customer self-service. 16 Human-Centered e-Business The companies modify existing business processes and in some cases create new processes targeted at improving business performance.

However, because these traditional search techniques can theoretically solve a wider class of problems, there is a gradual degradation of performance. , XDE (Hamscher 1990), a system for diagnosing devices with heuristic structure and known component failure modes, HS-DAG (Ng 1991), a model based system for diagnosing multiple fault cases in continuous physical devices, DIAGNOSE (Wang and Dillon 1992), a system for diagnosing power system faults, etc. 5. Blackboard Architecture Blackboard systems are a class of systems that can include all different representational and reasoning paradigms discussed in this section.

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