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Rahul Singh

Rahul is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, Bryan School of Business and Economics at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He obtained his Ph.D. in Business from Virginia Commonwealth University. His research interests include Accessibility and Usability of Systems, Systems Security, Secure Business Process Design, Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management, Semantic eBusiness, Knowledge Management, Intelligent Agents, Data mining and Machine learning.

There are 14 included publications by Rahul Singh :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Agents in E-Supply Chains: Realizing the potential of intelligent infomediary-based e-marketplaces 2005 338 Supply chain management is a common strategy employed by businesses to improve organizational processes by optimizing the transfer of goods, information, and services between buyers and suppliers in the value chain [6]. Organizational value chains ro...
Enhancing Learning Management Systems Utility for Blind Students: A Task-oriented, User-Centered, Multi-Method Evaluation Technique 2013 164 This paper presents a novel task-oriented, user-centered, multi-method evaluation (TUME) tech-nique and shows how it is useful in providing a more complete, practical and solution-oriented assessment of the accessibility and usability of Learning Man...
Evaluating the Performance and Quality of Web Services in Electronic Marketplaces 2010 74 A Web service is a software interface that describes a collection of operations that can be accessed over the network through standardized messaging. Effective performance and quality measures of Web services on Web service electronic marketplaces sh...
Improving Open Source Software Maintenance 2010 183 Maintenance is inevitable for almost any software. Software maintenance is required to fix bugs, to add new features, to improve performance, and/or to adapt to a changed environment. In this article, we examine change in cognitive complexity and ...
Intelligent Agents to Support Information Sharing in B2B E-Marketplaces 2005 450 This article proposes an architecture to support information and knowledge exchange between collaborating business partners. The focus is on knowledge representation and exchange by intelligent agents to support collaborative business functions throu...
A multi-criteria approach to local tax planning 1999 3866 A city tax model based on the analytic hierarchy process is developed. This model allows city officials to explicitly take into account the existence of multiple decision criteria in selecting new tax options. Opinions from tax experts are used to re...
A real-time information system for multivariate statistical process control 2002 847 Statistical process control (SPC) is widely used in process industries to monitor variations in process attributes. Typically, automatic devices capture a multitude of measurements on process and product characteristics every few seconds. Operators a...
Secure activity resource coordination: empirical evidence of enhanced security awareness in designing secure business processes 2008 475 Systems development methodologies incorporate security requirements as an afterthought in the non-functional requirements of systems. The lack of appropriate access control on information exchange among business activities can leave organizations vul...
A semantic approach to monitoring business process performance 2005 670 The productivity and profitability of organizations depend on the efficacy of their business processes. Monitoring the performance of these processes in delivering organizational value propositions provides a basis for critical managerial decision-ma...
The Semantic eBusiness Vision 2005 476 Much work is required to understand how the conceptualizations that comprise business processes across the extended enterprise can be captured, represented, shared, and processed by both human and intelligent software agents. This effort will ultimat...
Semantic Information Assurance for Secure Distributed Knowledge Management: A Business Process Perspective 2006 402 Secure knowledge management for eBusiness processes that span multiple organizations requires intraorganizational and interorganizational perspectives on security and access control issues. There is paucity in research on information assurance of dis...
Trust in E-Commerce. 2005 643 Web-based businesses succeed by cultivating consumers’ trust, starting with their beliefs, attitudes, intentions, and willingness to perform transactions at Web sites and with the organizations behind them.
Understanding blind Users' Web Accessibility and Usability problems. 2010 212 Our motivation for this research is the belief that blind users cannot participate effectively in routine Web-based activities due to the lack of Web accessibility and usability for non-visual interaction. We take a cognitive, user-centered, task-ori...
Web service for knowledge management in e-marketplaces 2003 328 A common strategic initiative of organizations engaged in electronic business (e-business) is the development of synergistic relations with collaborating value-chain partners to deliver their value proposition to customers. This requires the transpar...