7. SIIT 2011:
Berlin, Germany7th International Conference on Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology, SIIT 2011, Berlin, Germany, September 28-30, 2011.
IEEE 2011, ISBN 978-1-4577-2021-5
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- Najim Argam, Henk J. de Vries, Ben Bode:
The influence of marketing communications on the dominance of standards.
- Torsten Bahke:
EU commission's proposal for regulation - The view of DIN.
- Justus Baron, Yann Meniere, Tim Pohlmann:
R&D coordination in standard setting organizations: The role of consortia.
- Justus Baron, Knut Blind, Tim Pohlmann:
Essential patents and standard dynamics.
- Rudi Bekkers, Christian Catalini, Arianna Martinelli, Tim Simcoe:
Showcase: A database for standards and patents.
- Liliana Brykman:
Better standards to enhance European competitiveness.
- Carl Cargill:
On standards as change agents - From a pragmatic business perspective.
- Serena Coetzee, Simon Cox, John Herring:
Configuration management of a system of interdependent standards.
- Patrick Curran, Trond Arne Undheim:
The Java Community Process standardization, interoperability, transparency.
- Tineke M. Egyedi, Sachiko Muto:
Standards for ICT - A green strategy in a grey sector.
- Erwin Folmer, Paul Oude Luttighuis, Jos van Hillegersberg:
A reference model of an instrument for quality measurement of semantic is standards.
- Vladislav V. Fomin, Arturas Medeisis, Daiva Vitkute-Adzgauskiene:
The role of policy in the development of Cognitive Radio systems: Co-evolutionary perspective.
- Jochen Friedrich:
Making innovation happen: The role of standards and openness in an innovation-friendly ecosystem.
- Erik den Hartigh, Roland Ortt, Geerten van de Kaa, Claire Stolwijk:
Technology standards battles and business networks during the technology life cycle: Propositions and a plan for further research.
- Kai Jakobs, Knut Blind:
ICT standardisation policy in Europe - Recent past, presence, and future(?).
- Bjoern Kirchhoff:
Driven profiling of open standards for office applications.
- Rimvydas Lauzikas, Vykintas Vaitkevicius:
Connecting geography, chronology, and biographies - Framing new Lithuanian standards.
- Anne Layne-Farrar, Gerard Llobet, A. Jorge Padilla:
SSO participation and the role of incremental value licensing.
- David Mann, JoAnn Brooks:
Differences between human oriented and machine oriented information standards: Implications for design of enterprise-scale information systems.
- Steve Mutkoski:
Defining Open Standards: A comparison of policy and practice.
- Tim Pohlmann, Knut Blind:
Firms' cooperative activities as driving factors of patent declaration on technological standards.
- Xiaobai Shen, Ian Graham, James Stewart, Robin Williams:
Developing an it standard in China - What lessons can we learn from this?
- Friedrich Smaxwil:
The standardization package - View of CEN-CENELEC.
- Claudia Tapia Garcia:
Realities of patent pools in the telecommunication sector.
- Claus von Riegen:
The economics of open innovation.