Yee Ming Chen

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Recently the rapid proliferation of the Internet is stimulating the transformation of traditional markets into electronic markets (e-markets). Classical theories cannot adequately cover the dynamics of complex computing systems, such as the e-market, creating the need for new methods. Consequently, computing scientists and experts have joined their efforts(More)
—The Internet has changed the way business is conducted in many ways. For example, in the field of procurement, the possibility to directly interact with a trading partner has given rise to new mechanisms in the supply chain management. One such interactive dynamic procurement, which lets both buyer and seller software agents bid by potential buyer agents(More)