Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce

Prabhudev Konana, Alok Gupta, Andrew B. Whinston

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Abstract

In future, information products in electronic commerce setting will be subjected to the same quality/service standards found in traditional industries. Furthermore, each user views quality such as on-time delivery, correctness, and completeness differently and values information differently. In order to recognize customized requirements, real-time databases are required in electronic commerce. Since an economic paradigm is implicit in electronic commerce, we need to integrate economic issues into managing real-time databases. An appropriate priority pricing mechanism can potentially increase collective benefits and simplify database functions such as deadline assignment, admission control, scheduling, buffer management, and data management. We discuss these emerging issues and provide an information services framework.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Workshop on Databases
Subtitle of host publicationActive and Real-Time, DART 1996
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery
Pages20-24
Number of pages5
VolumePart F129290
ISBN (Electronic)0897919483
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 1 1996
Externally publishedYes
Event1996 Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996 - Rockville, United States
Duration: Nov 12 1996Nov 16 1996

Other

Other1996 Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996
CountryUnited States
CityRockville
Period11/12/9611/16/96

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Data base
Electronic commerce
Research issues
Database management systems
Economics
Service quality
Pricing mechanism
Buffer management
Deadline
Information products
Information value
Assignment
Information services
Paradigm
Data management
Delivery time
Completeness
Industry
Admission control

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Konana, P., Gupta, A., & Whinston, A. B. (1996). Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996 (Vol. Part F129290, pp. 20-24). Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/352302.352308

Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce. / Konana, Prabhudev; Gupta, Alok; Whinston, Andrew B.

Proceedings of the Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996. Vol. Part F129290 Association for Computing Machinery, 1996. p. 20-24.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Konana, P, Gupta, A & Whinston, AB 1996, Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce. in Proceedings of the Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996. vol. Part F129290, Association for Computing Machinery, pp. 20-24, 1996 Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996, Rockville, United States, 11/12/96. https://doi.org/10.1145/352302.352308
Konana P, Gupta A, Whinston AB. Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996. Vol. Part F129290. Association for Computing Machinery. 1996. p. 20-24 https://doi.org/10.1145/352302.352308
Konana, Prabhudev ; Gupta, Alok ; Whinston, Andrew B. / Research issues in real-time DBMS in the context of electronic commerce. Proceedings of the Workshop on Databases: Active and Real-Time, DART 1996. Vol. Part F129290 Association for Computing Machinery, 1996. pp. 20-24
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