Conferences related to Management information systems

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2012 International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS 2012)

Enterprise Management, Engineering Management, Service Science, Financial Management, Knowledge Management


2012 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering & Technology (PICMET)

PICMET's focus is on bringing together the experts on technology management to address the issues involved in managing current and emerging technologies.


2012 World Automation Congress (WAC)

WAC has its scope on robotics, automation, systems engineering, bio-medical engineering, multi-media, image processing and soft computing all built into a 5-tier symposia.

  • 2010 World Automation Congress (WAC)

    WAC 2010 consists of several sub- tracks: Robotics, Manufacturing, Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Intelligence, Control and Multi-media and Bio-Medical engineering. It seeks full papers in these areas and all submissions will undergo at least 2 reviews.


2011 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies (ICICT Pakistan)

IBA, the premier business school in Pakistan, plans to organize a broad, multi-topic, fully reviewed conference on Information Technologies. The Conference aims at capturing research initiated by the HEC scholars, seeks to enhance interaction of local and overseas scientists and focuses on problems relating to socio-economic uplift of the nation.

  • 2009 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies (ICICT Pakistan)

    The IBA, being the premier business School in Pakistan, plans to organize a broad based, multi-topic, fully reviewed conference on Information and Communications Technologies. This activity aims to capture the new wealth of research initiated by scholars inducted by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, to enhance the interaction of local and overseas scientists and to foster tangible focus on problems related to the socio-economic uplift of the nation.


2010 2nd International Conference on Information Technology Convergence and Services (ITCS)

Convergence Information Technologies on the followings: - Computer Science and Applications - Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Technology - Intelligent Manufacturing Technology and Services - Management Information Systems and Services - Electronic Commerce, Business and Management - Intelligent Vehicular Systems and Communications - Bio-inspired Computing and Applications - Bio/Medical Engineering - Modeling and Services for Intelligent Building, Town, and City


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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE

The IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments.


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Information Technology in Biomedicine, IEEE Transactions on

Telemedicine, teleradiology, telepathology, telemonitoring, telediagnostics, 3D animations in health care, health information networks, clinical information systems, virtual reality applications in medicine, broadband technologies, and global information infrastructure design for health care.


Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on

All telecommunications, including telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space, and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; communication theory; and wireless communications.


Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Signal Processing Magazine is ranked as the number three most-cited journal in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This publication features tutorial style papers on signal processing research and applications. The primary means of communication of the society leadership ...



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Xplore Articles related to Management information systems

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Formal Specification and Verification of an Extended Security Policy Model for Database Systems

Zhu Hong; Zhu Yi; Li Chenyang; Shi Jie; Fu Ge; Wang Yuanzhen 2008 Third Asia-Pacific Trusted Infrastructure Technologies Conference, 2008

In order to develop highly secure database systems to meet the requirements for class B2, an extended formal security policy model based on the BLP model is presented in this paper. A method for verifying security model for database systems is proposed. According to this method, the development of a formal specification and verification to ensure the security of the ...


An Evolving Information System Based on Data Mining Knowledge to Support Customer Relationship Management

Ming Ren; Zuoliang Chen; Chuanlan Liu; Guoqing Chen 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

It is becoming more vital than ever before for business to manage customer relationship and build customer loyalty. Information systems and data mining techniques have significant contributions in the customer relationship management process. In the dynamic business environment, information systems need to evolve to adapt to the change in requirements, which is driven by customer relationship management. An evolving information ...


Strategic Alignment Methods Based on Demands Classification of Information Technology

Yiming Xiang; Xiaobo Wu; Baoliang Hu 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

Information technologies have already become the critical tools of the strategy execution and drive in the enterprises. In the strategic information system era, the alignment degree between IT strategy and enterprise strategy directly determines the effectiveness of the application of the information technologies, and has a huge influence on the enterprises. According to McFarlan's strategic grid and Henderson's strategic alignment ...


A Unified Model of B2B E-Marketplace Adoption: Integrating the Transactional and Relational Perspectives

Yan Li; Weiquan Wang; Yan Zhu; Jian Chen 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

B2B electronic marketplaces have been increasingly transforming the way that organizations conduct trading activities, few studies have systematically examined factors that influence organizations' adoption of such innovative business channels. Drawn on the transaction cost theory and the relational exchange theory, this paper proposes a unified model of e- marketplace adoption by integrating transactional factors (i.e., perceived benefits, readiness, network effects, ...


Social Factors Affecting Users' Intrinsic Motivation to Explore Enterprise Systems' Features and Applications: An Exploratory Empirical Study

Weiling Ke; Jingwen He 2007 International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing, 2007

To reap the purported benefits of enterprise systems (ES), adopting firms are required to integrate ES with their core business processes and create firm- specific tacit knowledge. It is well established that the generation of innovative ideas of technology applications relies on users, rather than the management or IT people. Therefore, research on how to encourage users to explore ES ...


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Formal Specification and Verification of an Extended Security Policy Model for Database Systems

Zhu Hong; Zhu Yi; Li Chenyang; Shi Jie; Fu Ge; Wang Yuanzhen 2008 Third Asia-Pacific Trusted Infrastructure Technologies Conference, 2008

In order to develop highly secure database systems to meet the requirements for class B2, an extended formal security policy model based on the BLP model is presented in this paper. A method for verifying security model for database systems is proposed. According to this method, the development of a formal specification and verification to ensure the security of the ...


An Evolving Information System Based on Data Mining Knowledge to Support Customer Relationship Management

Ming Ren; Zuoliang Chen; Chuanlan Liu; Guoqing Chen 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

It is becoming more vital than ever before for business to manage customer relationship and build customer loyalty. Information systems and data mining techniques have significant contributions in the customer relationship management process. In the dynamic business environment, information systems need to evolve to adapt to the change in requirements, which is driven by customer relationship management. An evolving information ...


Strategic Alignment Methods Based on Demands Classification of Information Technology

Yiming Xiang; Xiaobo Wu; Baoliang Hu 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

Information technologies have already become the critical tools of the strategy execution and drive in the enterprises. In the strategic information system era, the alignment degree between IT strategy and enterprise strategy directly determines the effectiveness of the application of the information technologies, and has a huge influence on the enterprises. According to McFarlan's strategic grid and Henderson's strategic alignment ...


A Unified Model of B2B E-Marketplace Adoption: Integrating the Transactional and Relational Perspectives

Yan Li; Weiquan Wang; Yan Zhu; Jian Chen 2008 IEEE Symposium on Advanced Management of Information for Globalized Enterprises (AMIGE), 2008

B2B electronic marketplaces have been increasingly transforming the way that organizations conduct trading activities, few studies have systematically examined factors that influence organizations' adoption of such innovative business channels. Drawn on the transaction cost theory and the relational exchange theory, this paper proposes a unified model of e- marketplace adoption by integrating transactional factors (i.e., perceived benefits, readiness, network effects, ...


Social Factors Affecting Users' Intrinsic Motivation to Explore Enterprise Systems' Features and Applications: An Exploratory Empirical Study

Weiling Ke; Jingwen He 2007 International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing, 2007

To reap the purported benefits of enterprise systems (ES), adopting firms are required to integrate ES with their core business processes and create firm- specific tacit knowledge. It is well established that the generation of innovative ideas of technology applications relies on users, rather than the management or IT people. Therefore, research on how to encourage users to explore ES ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Women in Computer Science or Management Information Systems Courses: A Comparative Analysis

    This chapter contains sections titled: Method, Materials, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments

  • Industrial Process Control

    In terms of economic impact, the process industries represent the industrial sector that has benefited the most from control technology. A large-scale process plant, such as an oil refinery, can contain over 10,000 individual control loops. A substantial hardware, software, and communications infrastructure, integrated in ?>distributed control systems,?> is required to support automation at this scale. Process control is generally hierarchically organized. Sensors and actuators at the lowest level are interfaced to single-loop controllers, which are coordinated through multivariable control, with supervisory control, scheduling, and management information systems providing additional layers that ultimately connect physical equipment with the enterprise level. (The hierarchy can go even furtherï¿¿-ï¿¿Chapter 13 notes applications at an industrywide level for one process industry, power generation.) There has been steady progress, driven in significant part by the information technology revolution, in expanding the domain of control systems to the higher levels of the hierarchy. Several important technological research areas for process control are reviewed here. Performance monitoring, with classical techniques such as statistical process control and recent extensions thereof, can help capture the objectives of process operation and quantify the degree of success in their achievement. A number of tuning approaches for PID control are summarized, with tuning rules listed for developments spanning half a century. New developments in adaptive and robust control that appear to be well suited for process industry application are identified (see Chapter 5 for more on the topic of adaptive control). Modelbased predictiv e control, virtually synonymous with advanced control in many segments of the process industries, is discussed. And, finally, the chapter notes the important new topic of plant-wide optimization.

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    The study of people, information and communication technologies and the contexts in which these technologies are designed, implemented and used has long interested scholars in a wide range of disciplines, including the social study of computing, science and technology studies, the sociology of technology, and management information systems. As ICT use has spread from organizations into the larger world, these devices have become routine information appliances in our social lives, researchers have begun to ask deeper and more profound questions about how our lives have become bound up with technologies. A common theme running through this research is that the relationships among people, technology and context are dynamic, complex and critically important to understand. This synthesis lecture explores social informatics (SI), one important and dynamic approach that researchers have used to study these complex relationships. SI is "the interdisciplinary study of the design, uses and cons quences of information technology that takes into account their interaction with institutional and cultural contexts" (Kling 1998, p.52; 1999). SI provides flexible frameworks to explore complex and dynamic sociotechnical interactions. As a domain of study related largely by common vocabulary and conclusions, SI critically examines common conceptions of and expectations for technology, by providing contextual evidence. This synthesis describes the evolution of SI research and identifies challenges and opportunities for future research. In what might be seen as an example of sociotechnical "natural selection", SI emerged in six different locations during the 1980s and 1990s: Norway, Slovenia, Japan, the former Soviet Union, the UK and, last, the US. As SI evolved, the version popularized in the US became globally dominant. The evolution of SI is presented in five stages: emergence, foundational, expansion, coherence, and transformation. Thus, we divide SI research into five major perio s: an emergence stage, when various forms of SI emerged around the globe, an early period of foundational work which grounds SI (Pre-1990s), a period of expansion (1990s), a robust period of coherence and influence by Rob Kling (2000-2005) , and a period of transformation (2006-Present). Following the description of the five periods we discuss the evolution throughout the periods under five sections: principles, concepts, approaches, topics, and findings. Principles refer to the overarching motivations and labels employed to describe scholarly work. Approaches describe the theories, frameworks, and models employed in analysis, emphasizing the multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary nature of SI. Concepts include specific processes, entities, themes, and elements of discourse within a given context, revealing a shared SI language surrounding change, complexity, consequences, and social elements of technology. Topics label the issues and general domains studied within social informatic , ranging from scholarly communication to online communities to information systems. Findings from seminal SI works illustrate growing insights over time and demonstrate how repeatable explanations unify SI. In the concluding remarks, we raise questions about the possible futures of SI research.



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