Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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[When the] sender sends a document, EDI translation software can convert the proprietary format into an agreed upon standard. When the receiver receives the document, his EDI translation software automatically changes the standard format into the proprietary format of his document processing software. When the sender sends a document, EDI translation software can convert the proprietary format into an agreed upon standard. When the receiver receives the document, his EDI translation software automatically changes the standard format into the proprietary format of his document processing software.
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[2.] Svr/Fragment 051 07 - Diskussion
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Process Templates are the rules that determine how XML files should be interpreted. They can define the layout of the file and are supplemented by DTDs that enable transaction operability. [...]

Software Agents interpret the templates to perform the job need to be done (such as accessing local data stores), and also interact with the transaction and help the users to create new templates for each specific task (Webber 1998a: 41).

Repositories are locations where shared and agreed-upon Internet directories are stored and where users can manually or automatically look up the meaning and definition of XML/EDI Tags. The repository is in fact the semantic foundation for the business transactions (Webber 1999a: [sic] 41).


Webber, D. 1998a, “Introducing XML/EDI Frameworks”, Electronic Markets, vol. 8, no.1, pp38-41.

The templates are essentially rules that determine how the XML files should be interpreted. It can define the layout of the file and is supplemented by DTDs (Document Type Definitions) that enable transaction operability.

The agents can interpret the templates to perform whatever job needs to be done, but they can also interact with the transaction and help the user to create new templates for each specific task. The repository is a location where shared Internet directories are stored and where users can manually or automatically look up the meaning and definition of XML/EDI Tags. The repository is in fact the semantic foundation for the business transactions.

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[3.] Svr/Fragment 051 21 - Diskussion
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According to Peat and Webber (1999) XML/EDI provides four core models of use. These include traditional EDI deployment methods, along with new documentcentric capabilities. Figure 6 shows at a glance the four core models: (i) Star Model, (ii) Ad-hoc Model, (iii) Hybrid Model, and (iv) Web Model.

The Star-model shown is the classic EDI model, where a major business partner or organization sets the standards for its trading partners. The Ad-hoc-model is the new net-based model. Smaller trading partners setup their own ad hoc interactions, these in time may evolve into more formal methods, or they may not.


Peat, B. & Webber, D. August 1997, XML/EDI: The E-business Framework, [Online]. Available: http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/Floor/5815/startde.htm
Accessed: 28 March 1999.

XML/EDI provides four core models of use. These include traditional EDI deployment methods, along with new document-centric capabilities. Figure 2 shows at a glance the four core models.

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The "star" model shown is the classic EDI model, where a major business partner or organization sets the standards for its trading partners. The "ad hoc" model is the new net-based model. Smaller trading partners setup their own ad hoc interactions, these in time may evolve into more formal methods, or they may not.

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