Benoît Leloup

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As is the case with traditional markets, the sellers on the Internet do not usually know the demand functions of their customers. However, in such a digital environment, a seller can experiment different prices in order to maximize his profits. In this paper, we fit the dynamic pricing model of Rothschild [11] to match the pricing problem of a Web-store. In(More)
this is a collective position paper presenting the vision, motivations and approaches of the ISICIL project. This project proposes to study and to experiment with the usage of new tools to assist tasks of corporate intelligence and technical watch. These tools rely on web 2.0 advanced interfaces (blog, wiki, social bookmarking) for interactions and on(More)
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