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Presentation
Viewing demand networks with intelligent products as digital business ecosystems
Third IEEE international conference on digital ecosystems and technologies: Cyber engineering and human space computing (IEEE-DEST 2009) (2009)
  • Jeffrey Barker, Bond University
  • Gavin R Finnie, Bond University
Abstract

The business digital ecosystem is based on autonomous proactive agents that act for their own advantage. This paper uses the ecosystem paradigm to develop a novel view of the behaviour of a demand network using a packet switching model of intelligent products. Products may have local intelligence and allocation of products to nodes in the demand network is based on optimal return for all parties using dynamic information.

Keywords
  • demand network,
  • RFID,
  • dynamic information,
  • intelligent products
Publication Date
June 3, 2009
Comments
Interim status: Citation only.

Barker, J. R. and Finnie, G. (2009). Viewing demand networks with intelligent products as digital business ecosystems. Paper presented at the Third IEEE international conference on digital ecosystems and technologies: Cyber engineering and human space computing (IEEE-DEST 2009), Istanbul, Turkey.

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2009 HERDC submission. FoR code: 0199

© Copyright IEEE Computer Society, 2009.
Citation Information
Jeffrey Barker and Gavin R Finnie. "Viewing demand networks with intelligent products as digital business ecosystems" Third IEEE international conference on digital ecosystems and technologies: Cyber engineering and human space computing (IEEE-DEST 2009) (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeffrey_barker/6/