Al Farooq N. Salam

Professional interests: Electronic commerce, Internet technologies, and database systems

There are 7 included publications by Al Farooq N. Salam :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Agents in E-Supply Chains: Realizing the potential of intelligent infomediary-based e-marketplaces 2005 855 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...
Intelligent Agents to Support Information Sharing in B2B E-Marketplaces 2005 1012 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...
Management Information Systems Research: What’s There in a Methodology? 2003 167 Management information systems (MIS) is both a young and unique field, constantly experiencing rapid change and turmoil. Consequently, MIS research faces dual changes of rigor and relevance. Many research methodologies exist that provide various comb...
The Semantic eBusiness Vision 2005 920 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 1020 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 2432 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.
Web service for knowledge management in e-marketplaces 2003 1055 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...