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  CollECTeR LatAm 2004
13 - 15 October 2004
Santiago, Chile
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Practictioners and researchers are invited to submit papers describing work in progress (2000 words) or completed work (5000 words). Templates in MS-WORD format are available here The following list of topics is a suggestion for classification but is not exclusive; related work is also welcome. The papers should cover original work, should be written in English and should be unpublished. All papers will be reviewed anonymously.

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List of Topics:
1Marketplaces, Portals, eHubs
2B2B and  B2C models
3Procurement, negotiations and dynamic pricing models (bidding, auctions)
4Content management, ePayment systems
5Agent-mediated electronic commerce
6Case studies in electronic commerce
7Consumer protection in electronic commerce
8Costs and benefit aspects
9Digital goods and products
10Electronic commerce application fields
11Enterprise Portals
12Innovative business models
13Supply, Demand and Value chains
14Business Process Re-engineering
15Interorganizational systems, virtual organizations, and virtual markets
16Workflow management and Collaboration
17Management of dynamic collaborative networks
18Complex adaptive and selforganising systems
19Distributed work and knowledge flows in business networks
20Business data exchange format and standards
21Enterprise application integration to support service delivery
22Digital cities, Digital regions, Rural networking
23eGovernance and eInclusion,
24Electronic Public Services for Citizens and enterprises:One-stop Government, Sin
25G2G, G2B, G2C and G2E models
26Government Process Reengineering and redesigning cooperation within and between
27Frameworks and guidelines for e-Government
28Transnational e-Government projects and standards
29International and regional projects, case studies and international comparisons
30Strategies, implementation policies and best practices
31Related Technical aspects
32Technologies for interoperability and aplication integration
33Information & communication OPEN platforms
34User Mobility
35Unified messaging
36Agent and Grid technologies
37Information retrieval and extraction and data mining
38Knowledge Management
39Security, privacy, Trustability
40Smart Cards and biometrics
41Digital signatures and Certificates
42Standards for information interchange and processes, interoperability and semant
43Emerging Standards for Web Data (XML, XSL, RDF etc)
44Semantic Web, Ontologies
45Web data models and metadata
46Knowledge discovery of Web data
47Web data mining and analysis
48E-service location, selection, brokering
49E-service composition, invocation and delivery
50E-service monitoring, personalization, management and life cycle
51XML-based protocols and description languages
52Service-based architectures and their underlying technology
53Service-oriented application development
54Standards for e-services
55Legal, social, cross-cultural issues
56socio-economic research in the governance of networked organisations
57e-government models and legal issues.
58e-Democracy strategies, citizen participation in local public affairs
59e-Governance tools for policymaking in governments and in policy networks
60New organisational arrangements: ad-hoc co-operation and coalition between publi
61Institutional change and IT-driven modernisation of public governance structures
62Intellectual property licensing
63Reputation and trust mechanisms and issues
  
  
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