University of Vaasa

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    The Influence Of Time And Space On Changes From Cooperation To Competition In Business Relationships

    Within the IMP-group there has been a call for more research about time. Based on existing research both time and space should be considered when analyzing interaction between companies. Horizontally time is often related to past, present and future. Events in the past have an impact on present and the...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    From Business Services to Web Services: an MDA Approach

    At present, enterprises need sophisticated software applications to sell and promote their products or services in order to maintain their leadership in the business world. One of the most promising trends is the Web services technology as the appropriate mechanism to implement e-business, which uses Internet to replicate services offered...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Integrating Principles Of Yin And Yang And Business Networks - The Dynamics Of Cooperation And Competition

    Findings from business network studies have led to some seemingly paradoxical propositions such as: "Competition drives cooperation". "Increased cooperation leads to more intense competition". "Change requires stability." "Stability is dependent on change". How can the network processes be understood when the authors apply the paradoxical propositions? In this paper they...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Greenhouse Monitoring With Wireless Sensor Network

    In modern greenhouses, several measurement points are required to trace down the local climate parameters in different parts of the big greenhouse to make the greenhouse automation system work properly. Cabling would make the measurement system expensive and vulnerable. Moreover, the cabled measurement points are difficult to relocate once they...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2007

    Bridging the Gap Between BPMN and WS-BPEL. M2M Transformations in Practice

    The Web is being consolidating as the main platform for the development of applications. Moreover, these applications are not conceived just as isolated systems. This fact implies that the requirements that Web applications should satisfy are now more challenging than before. One important requirement for these systems is to provide...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // May 2007

    Modeling Ubiquitous Business Process Driven Applications

    This paper presents a model driven approach for the generation of business process driven web applications within the context of ubiquitous environments. For this reason, the authors have taken into account that the generated Web applications can be accessed via different devices (such as PDAs), which introduce a set of...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // Jun 2007

    Bridging the Gap Between BPMN and WS-BPEL. M2M Transformations in Practice

    The Web is being consolidating as the main platform for the development of applications. Moreover, these applications are not conceived just as isolated systems. This fact implies that the requirements that Web applications should satisfy are now more challenging than before. One important requirement for these systems is to provide...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // May 2010

    From Business Services to Web Services: an MDA Approach

    At present, enterprises need sophisticated software applications to sell and promote their products or services in order to maintain their leadership in the business world. One of the most promising trends is the Web services technology as the appropriate mechanism to implement e-business, which uses Internet to replicate services offered...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // May 2007

    Modeling Ubiquitous Business Process Driven Applications

    This paper presents a model driven approach for the generation of business process driven web applications within the context of ubiquitous environments. For this reason, the authors have taken into account that the generated Web applications can be accessed via different devices (such as PDAs), which introduce a set of...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    The Influence Of Time And Space On Changes From Cooperation To Competition In Business Relationships

    Within the IMP-group there has been a call for more research about time. Based on existing research both time and space should be considered when analyzing interaction between companies. Horizontally time is often related to past, present and future. Events in the past have an impact on present and the...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Integrating Principles Of Yin And Yang And Business Networks - The Dynamics Of Cooperation And Competition

    Findings from business network studies have led to some seemingly paradoxical propositions such as: "Competition drives cooperation". "Increased cooperation leads to more intense competition". "Change requires stability." "Stability is dependent on change". How can the network processes be understood when the authors apply the paradoxical propositions? In this paper they...

    Provided By University of Vaasa

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Greenhouse Monitoring With Wireless Sensor Network

    In modern greenhouses, several measurement points are required to trace down the local climate parameters in different parts of the big greenhouse to make the greenhouse automation system work properly. Cabling would make the measurement system expensive and vulnerable. Moreover, the cabled measurement points are difficult to relocate once they...

    Provided By University of Vaasa