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Lecture E-Business Technologies, BCM1, SS 2012

  1. MP3 voice records of the lecture
  2. Presentations
  3. Recommended Books
  4. Online-sources
  5. Support for e-learning
  6. Old examinations

The lecture is given by Prof. Dr. Eduard Heindl during summer term 2012 at the Hochschule Furtwangen University faculty business information systems, course: BCM Business Consulting (Master) E-Business

Lecture every Wendsday and Friday 7:45 room I 0.13, first lecture: 22. March
no lecture: 14 and 15 June
additional lectures: 27. June 15:45, room I016

Every participant has to prepare a presentation including a term paper (30% of final mark)

Writen examination: 6 July 2012 9:30 Room I 2.18 (70% of final mark)

Presentations:

Date Student Topic
6.8.2012 Furqan Hasan Product selection in Internet business: a fuzzy approach PDF (Slides ppt)
6.8.2012 Rohandi Wirayudha Controlling Data in the Cloud: Outsourcing Computation without Outsourcing Control PDF (Slides ppt)
6.8.2012 Iltaf Omer What's inside the Cloud? An architectural map of the Cloud landscape PDF (Slides ppt)
6.8.2012 Ali Nouman Mobile phones in the Classroom: If You Can’t Beat Them, Join The PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed eBusiness Policy Support Framework PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 irpa rammrunal Research on E-business Intelligent Examination System PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 Nelli Swapna Long-Term Mobile Phone Use and Brain Tumor Risk PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 Bejarano Irma Strategic Development of Business Models, Implications of the Web 2.0 for Creating Value on the Internet PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 Anwar Muhammad Abubakar BARRIERS TO MOBILE INTERNET BANKING SERVICES ADOPTION PDF (Slides ppt)
6.18.2012 Ramesh Babu Vadde Manjula Studying malicious websites and the underground economy on the Chinese web PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 Gabriel Vargas Performance of Recommender Algorithms on Top-N Recommendation Tasks PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 thongchuenjitt choompol Inferring friendship network structure by using mobile phone data PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 vraleva Mariya Anatomy of the Long Tail: Ordinary People with Extraordinary Tastes PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 Venkatasubramanian Sairam Comparing internet and mobile phone usage: digital divides of usage, adoption, and dropouts. Telecommunications Policy (2003) PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 Diaz Hernandez Alan Francisco The ties that bind: Social network principles in online communities PDF (Slides ppt)
6.22.2012 Diego Maria Guillermo Rodriguez E-Business or E-Technology PDF
6.27.2012 Joshi Ashish A Solution Model and Tool for Supporting the Negotiation of Security Decisions in E-Business Collaborations (Slides ppt)
6.27.2012 Mohamed Gamal Afifi Complex Business Models: Managing Strategic Paradoxes Simultaneously (Slides ppt)
6.27.2012 Pruthvi Jayasimha Naidu Karri A Mobile Product Recommendation System Interacting with Tagged Products (Slides ppt)
6.27.2012 Anand Shikhare EVALUATING WEB SERVICE COMPOSITION METHODS WITH THE HELP OF A BUSINESS APPLICATION (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Getmanchuk Oleg LTE-Advanced: The Path towards Gigabit/s in Wireless Mobile Communication (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Omofonmwan Nelson What is Twitter, a Social Network or a News Media? (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 khan farhan ali Designing viable business models for context-aware mobile services (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Rahul Biswas On Lightweight Mobile Phone Application Certification (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Natarajakumar Sundararaman Understanding the spreading patterns of mobile phone viruses (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Umair Ali Application of Public Key Infrastructure in E-Business (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 renukuntla sarath chandra Do u smoke after txt? Results of a randomised trial of smoking cessation using mobile phone text messaging (Slides ppt)
6.29.2012 Zarta Tatiana Is the internet a better public sphere? Comparing old and new media in the USA and Germany

Topics (MP3 Files)

This list contains the voice records, the voice files are available in mp3 and cover 90 minutes, resulting in a file size of about 25 MBytes.

  1. Concept of Layers, Physikal Layer (mp3)
    extra info: cisco video
  2. Layer 2 Data Link Layer (mp3)
  3. Layer 3 IP 4.0 and IP 6.0 Domain names, DNS (mp3-2011) Video:warriors-1150.mpg
  4. The E-mail System (mp3-2011)
  5. HTTP Client and Server (mp3)
  6. HTML (mp3, not complete)
  7. XML (mp3-2011)
  8. Security: Alica and Bob (mp3)
  9. Security: Firewall and Password (mp3)
  10. Online Marketing (mp3-2011)
  11. Mobile Communication (mp3)
  12. Online Marketing, search engine
  13. Long Tail, about amazon, ebay and Google (mp3)
  14. Generating web traffic, Googel Adwords (mp3)
  15. Ajax, Server, Cloud Computing (mp3)
  16. Web 2.0, Wisdom of the cloud, Google Labs (mp3)
  17. Presentations, Neuronal Networks (mp3)
  18. The Future (mp3), slides of the presentation
  19. Digital Ecosystem (mp3)
  20. Social Networks (mp3)
  21. Presentations (mp3)
  22. Presentations (mp3)
  23. Presentations (mp3)
  24. Presentations (mp3)
  25. Presentations (mp3)

Recommended Books

E-Business (International Student Edition)
Gary P. Schneider, Cengage Learning Emea; Auflage: International ed of 8th revised ed (31. Dezember 2008), ISBN 9780324788075

Computer Networks
Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Pearson Education, New Jersey 2003, ISBN 0-13-038488-7

Web Dragons: Inside the Myths of Search Engine Technology
Ian H. Witten, Marco Gori, Teresa Numerico, Elsevier 2006, ISBN 0123706092

The Long Tail: why the future of business is selling less of more
Chris Anderson, New York, NY : Hyperion, 2006, ISBN 1401302378 / 9781401302375

The World Is Flat 3.0: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century
Thomas L. Friedman, Picador (2007), ISBN 0312425074 / 9780312425074

Websites

  1. W3C/ the Web Consortium, standards for the web.
  2. w3schools.com a good place to learn the web technologies.
  3. TED videos about new ideas.

Presentations: Instructions

You have to present a scientific paper about an ebusiness topic, see the list of topics. The presentation should explain the basic ideas of the paper, and you should give some critical comments to the result, using your own sources. During a presentation day, every student has 20 minutes for his presentations. Every timeslot lasts 20 minutes, including setup of computer, presentation, and at least 5 minutes reserved for discussion. (The speaker has to stop after exceeding 20 min.)
The term paper has to be submitted before the presentation, printed in black and white, stapled, no plastic cover.
The first page contains name, title, course, professor, date.
The second page contains a declaration, that the work cites all sources and was done by the student, named on the cover. The term paper has also be submitted by mail, using PDF. It will be published on this page, as long as the student does not prohibit this.
Send the slides (ppt) at least 24h before the presentation starts per e-mail to hed@hs-furtwangen.de. Then I can load the slides on my desktop and you can start faster!

List of topics and link to the related paper

  1. Inferring friendship network structure by using mobile phone data
  2. Comparing internet and mobile phone usage: digital divides of usage, adoption, and dropouts. Telecommunications Policy (2003)
  3. Do u smoke after txt? Results of a randomised trial of smoking cessation using mobile phone text messaging
  4. Long-Term Mobile Phone Use and Brain Tumor Risk
  5. Understanding the spreading patterns of mobile phone viruses
  6. On Lightweight Mobile Phone Application Certi?cation
  7. Strategic Development of Business Models, Implications of the Web 2.0 for Creating Value on the Internet
  8. Product selection in Internet business: a fuzzy approach
  9. E-Business or E-Technology
  10. BARRIERS TO MOBILE INTERNET BANKING SERVICES ADOPTION
  11. Studying malicious websites and the underground economy on the Chinese web
  12. The ties that bind: Social network principles in online communities
  13. Complex Business Models: Managing Strategic Paradoxes Simultaneously
  14. What's inside the Cloud? An architectural map of the Cloud landscape
  15. Research on E-business Intelligent Examination System
  16. EVALUATING WEB SERVICE COMPOSITION METHODS WITH THE HELP OF A BUSINESS APPLICATIO
  17. Application of Public Key Infrastructure in E-Business
  18. Using Mobile Technologies for eBusiness Infrastructure in Kenyan Rural Micro and Small Enterprises: Hype or Opportunity
  19. eBusiness Policy Support Framewor
  20. Designing viable business models for context-aware mobile services
  21. A Mobile Product Recommendation System Interacting with Tagged Products
  22. LTE-Advanced: The Path towards Gigabit/s in Wireless Mobile Communication
  23. Mobile phones in the Classroom: If You Can’t Beat Them, Join The
  24. A Solution Model and Tool for Supporting the Negotiation of Security Decisions in E-Business Collaborations
  25. Controlling Data in the Cloud: Outsourcing Computation without Outsourcing Control
  26. Anatomy of the Long Tail: Ordinary People with Extraordinary Tastes
  27. Performance of Recommender Algorithms on Top-N Recommendation Tasks
  28. What is Twitter, a Social Network or a News Media?
  29. Is the internet a better public sphere? Comparing old and new media in the USA and Germany

Other support

Lecture notes from a student, content not checked

Old examinations

  1. Examination 2009 summer
  2. Examination 2008ws
  3. Examination 2003ws

All lectures

Questions? Email hed@hs-furtwangen.de

Meeting hour: on request, room D105, please write an email in advance!