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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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The Hybrid-model is a combination of the first two. Here a "Star" model is extended by trading partners, by creating new versions of frameworks, and by linking in their own ad hoc ones. The Web-model is a document-centric model, where content is the most important information being exchanged. Content can either arrive driven by pre-set rules, or be requested, or be broadcast. The classic example for this is an electronic catalog, and the associated Request for Quotations (RFQ) dialogs.

4.1.3 XML/EDI as a Framework

XML/EDI provides for the infrastructure of a wide variety of e-commerce systems, from searchable on-line catalogs to robust machine-to-machine transaction subsystems. The XML/EDI initiative is to provide open solutions for implementing e-business systems today, as there is more than just one standard solution for all of the e-business scenarios. Each scenario has its own requirements and goals. Thus a framework and not an application or module is required. The goal of the framework is to provide formal interfaces for commercial e-commerce components to interoperate. For XML/EDI to be successful these interfaces will be open and yet standardized. The business model is either of ad hoc interactions between [small groups, or agreed upon national or international frameworks, such as those by trade associations or industry bodies (Peat and Webber, 1999).]


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.

The "hybrid" model is a combination of the first two. Here a "Star" model is extended by trading partners, by creating new versions of frameworks, and by linking in their own ad hoc ones. The "Web" model is a document-centric model. Where content is the most important information being exchanged. Content can either arrive driven by pre-set rules, or be requested, or be broadcast. The classic example for this is an electronic catalog, and the associated "Request For Quotations" (RFQ) dialogs.

Why a framework?

XML/EDI provides for the infrastructure of a wide variety of EC systems; from searchable on-line catalogs to robust machine-to-machine transaction subsystems. The XML/EDI initiative is to provide open solutions for implementing E-business systems today. The operative word here is "solutions". There isn't just one solution for all of the E-business scenarios. Each scenario has its own requirements and goals. This is why we need a framework and not an application or module.

The goal of the framework is to provide formal interfaces for commercial EC components to interoperate. For XML/EDI to be successful these interfaces will be open and yet standardized. The business model is either of ad hoc interactions between small groups, or agreed upon national or international frameworks, such as those by trade associations or industry bodies.

Anmerkungen

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