A Brokerage System for Electronic Commerce Based on HCVM

  • Rajiv Khosla
  • Ishwar K. Sethi
  • Ernesto Damiani
Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 582)


Electronic commerce (EC) can be broadly seen as the application of information technology and telecommunications to create trading networks where goods and services are sold and purchased, thus increasing the efficiency and the effectiveness of traditional commerce.


Market Model Electronic Commerce Fuzzy Relation Computer Support Cooperative Work Electronic Data Interchange 
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  • Rajiv Khosla
  • Ishwar K. Sethi
  • Ernesto Damiani

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