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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Nov 2006
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Aug 2006
Volume 11, Issue 2 - May 2006
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A Performance and Change Management Based Method for Developing e-Government Enterprise Architecture
Seo, Kyeong-Seog ; Ahn, Sang-Im ; Chong, Ki-Won ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 1~20
Many government offices have been proceeding a development of Enterprise Architecture(EA) according to apply Government-wide Enterprise Architecture'. Each office and working-level officials have had a hard time because of no guides related to a EA development method such as the Framework, Standards, Principle, Reference Model, Etc. This paper propose a method for developing e-Government Enterprise Architecture considered a characteristic of public institutes through analyzing existing cases. The method for development e-Government EA includes the EA Performance Management Model to monitor objectively each office's long-term business promotion because the e-Government EA development is a job of long duration and cooperation with many institutes. This method also combines the EA Change Management Activities for the officials to improve general knowledge about EA's idea and EA's value, etc. We show the EA case study of the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs to demonstrate feasibility of our approach. As a result, public offices will carry out their BPR(Business Process Re-engineering) and ISP(Information Strategy Planning) more efficiently based on this EA development method.
A Maturity Model to Assess the Enterprise Architecture in Government
Seo, Kyeong-Seog ; Lee, Hyun-Jeong ; Chong, Ki-Won ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 21~32
When Enterprise Architecture(EA) is defined and applied, it is needed to assess the EA capability, and to identify guides for improvement. According to these needs, this paper presents an enterprise architecture maturity model to assess the EA capability, to identify the details for improving EA, to suggest the guides for improvement, and to support decision-making for investment. The model which refers to the continuous representation of CMMI consists of 5 maturity levels, 4 capability areas including 15 capability elements, and capability indications to make a determination of maturity level by capability elements. The model concentrates on the development/stabilization of EA and the connection/coordination over the federal agencies.
Supporting XML Materialized Views Using Materialized Views of RDBMS
Kim, Seung-Hun ; Kang, Hyun-Chul ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 33~48
Since the emergence of XML as the standard for data exchange on the Web, XML warehousing technology is required to efficiently support Web business applications such as e-Commerce. When the RDBMS is employed as the storage for XML warehouse, XML materialized views of the XML warehouse could be provided by leveraging the materialized views of the RDBMS Because XML documents are mapped into relational tuples, an XML query defining an XML materialized view needs to be transformed into SQL. If relational materialized views were defined with the transformed SQL statements, the XML materialized view could be obtained just by XML-tagging the tuples of the corresponding relational materialized views. The foremost advantage of such a scheme is that the RDBMS does take care of XML materialized view consistency except XML tagging whenever their source XML documents are updated. In this paper, we proposed such a scheme of providing XML materialized views, and implemented it using a commercial RDBMS equipped with materialized view facility in Java on Windows 2000 Professional environment. XML documents in TPC-W, Web e-Commerce Benchmark, were used in performance experiments. The experimental results showed that our proposed scheme for XML materialized views was very effective.
A Supporting System for Developing Standard B2B Electronic Documents Based on UN/CEFACT Submission Forms
Ahn, Kyung-Lim ; Park, Chan-Kwon ; Kim, Hyoung-Do ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 49~66
As business-to-business electronic commerce becomes activated, usage rate of standard electronic documents is rapidly increasing. Types and forms of standard documents exchanged between businesses have also been changed. Instead of EDI documents, mainly used in the initial phase, XML documents have been actively used recently. However, most framework standards for XML documents just specify basic syntax rules, messaging protocols, and standard documents. As a result, it has been usually difficult to procure efficiency and effectiveness in developing new standard electronic documents. Reflecting the experiences of developing UN/EDIFACT, UN/CEFACT provides a methodology and library for reusing standard data items as components when defining electronic documents. However, much additional effort is required for applying the methodology and library to the development process. In order to improve this situation, this paper proposes a system for supporting the development process by reusing various resources of registries/repositories, focusing on UN/CEFACT submission forms for standard electronic documents.
Research on the Standardization and Reuse of XBRL Documents Based on the Core Component Methodology
Kim, Hyoung-Do ; Park, Chan-Kwon ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 67~86
In parallel with emphasizing more transparency and social responsibility of businesses, usage rate of XBRL, a XML-based language specific to business reporting, is rapidly increasing. XBRL takes the same approach with the standardization of B2B electronic documents in that it defines components (concepts and their structures) of business reporting documents using XSD(XML Schema Definition). However, it is fundamentally different from the standardization of B2B electronic documents because it restricts concepts to specific types and it defines diverse relationship types for connecting the concepts to themselves and other additional information. As XBRL applications are getting activated, one hot issue is the necessity for standardization of XBRL documents in the national level and reusing the components systematically This paper proposes an alternative based on the problem analysis in order to make it possible to standardize and reuse XBRL documents systematically by applying the UN/CEFACT Core Component methodology.
EPCglobal Network-Based Internet Escrow Service for Secure e-Commerce
Kim, Dong-Min ; Huh, Jung-Hyun ; Lee, Yong-Han ; Rhee, Jong-Tae ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 87~106
Today as the scale of e-commerce constantly expands, the number and the amount of the consumer frauds are also increasing very rapidly, without sufficient levels of systematic support to prevent them. Internet Escrow service is one of the promising payment mechanisms, which guarantees secure electronic trades and payments. Especially, if the real-time product delivery information is available via RFID-based track-and-trace environment, the security and efficiency of the Internet Escrow services would be improved a lot. In this research, proposed a novel approach to integrate EPCglobal Network, which is a de-facto standard for RFID-based information network model, with Internet Escrow services. The proposed service model was implemented in the form of "Integrated Financial Platform", which supports the contracts among trading partners and the payment via Escrow services by being fully integrated with bank systems. Using the implemented EPCglobal Network-based Escrow service system, we would be able not only to shorten the money-flow cycle and to develop new kinds of loan services, but also to overcome the problems of existing Escrow services including the lack of product-related information and the delay of purchasing decisions.
A Research on Business Process Modeling for Electronic Payment Mechanism
Kim, Hoon-Tae ; Lee, Yong-Han ;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 11, issue 4, 2006, Pages 107~122
Electronic payment continuously increases in B2B trade, there by encouraging active development of information systems which support e-payment mechanisms. In this situation the information systems are supposed to implement various forms of e-payment mechanisms, and provide standard modeling functionalities for e-payment processes. In this paper we assess business process modeling methods for the purpose of e-payment mechanism modeling, and suggest guidelines for e-payment mechanism modeling. The results can be used as a good guideline to business process modeling of e-payment mechanisms.