Using real-world examples, this book shows how computational technologies and tools can be used to build essential infrastructures supporting next-generation scientific research. Covers security, privacy, collaboration, automated workflow technology and more.
Enacting Electronic Government Success presents a review of e-government success factors and measures. Readers will find empirical evidence from quantitative analysis fleshed out in two in-depth case studies.
This reference provides an overview of the key concepts related to the major issues of optical Internet, and studies traditionally and recently proposed optical switching paradigms. There is focus on optical burst and packet switching, an evolving subject.
This volume is based on the Third Digital Enterprise Technology International Conference held in Setúbal, Portugal in 2006. Coverage includes process modeling and process planning, physical-to-digital environment integrators, and entrepreneurship in DET.
As ever more interactive computer displays come on stream in museums, performance venues and even on city streets, this book documents the design issues emerging from the changing role of technology and provides practical solutions to design challenges.
This book explores information and communication technology in
delivery of government services. Experts describe e-government
initiatives in developed and developing countries region by region,
with a final section on global developments and future prospects.