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ESBE 2008 : International Workshop on Enabling Service Business Ecosystems


When Dec 1, 2008 - Dec 1, 2008
Where Sydney
Submission Deadline Oct 6, 2008

Call For Papers

Today, services are used as a core component or utility of business operations and offer programmatic interfaces to applications to exploit these services. The majority of attention on SOS has been contemplated on its related technical standards and technology integration. However, many of today's available services are not considered as providing relevant business value as their use by third-party clients have unclear terms and conditions with unknown risk. The trend of software transforming to the service-oriented paradigm demands a new way of business model reassurance to manage services operation, deployment, and longevity in the context of business ecosystems.

The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners in services development across business domains. Its focus is on creating business value through services and, looking beyond individual businesses, fostering the growth of a service ecosystem.

ESBE-08 welcomes research submissions on all topics related to business models for services and their enablers, including but not limited to those listed below.

* Principles, theories, and challenges of business models for services ecosystems
* Architectures, implementations, and deployment issues of business models for services ecosystems
* Business models Requirements Specification
* Formal methods for business concepts applied to services
* Business models aware service selection and discovery
* Business models aware service composition
* Service Level Agreements, Policies, Contracts and their relation to business models
* Negotiation and Contracting
* Contract Monitoring and Enforcement
* Compliance to Business Policies
* Risk Management in service ecosystems
* Copyrights, Moral rights, Trademarks, Patents, and Services
* Evolution of services and its impact on business models
* Innovative strategies for making and managing service-based organizations
* Pricing models for services and Market structures
* Business concepts in Semantics and Ontologies representation
* Free and Open Source Software Business Models in service ecosystems
* Analyzing business models for service and data mashups
* Software-as-a-service models and Services-as-software models
* Sociological, legal, and technological implications of services
* Real world case studies

We also welcome a stream for short papers for work-in-progress and/or position statements (particularly, from industry).

The workshop also features a panel discussion session, moderated by the co-chairs, to discuss open challenges and trends directly related to the workshop's theme.

Paper submission: October 6, 2008

Notification of acceptance: November 3, 2008

Workshop Date: December 1, 2008

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