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19-04-2018 | Catchword

Fog Computing

Complementing Cloud Computing to Facilitate Industry 4.0

By sharing IT resources over the Internet, cloud computing has led to substantial transformations involving the centralization and translocation of software, platforms, and infrastructure into the cloud. IT resources provided over the cloud are …

03-04-2018 | Research Paper

Smart Cities: A Review and Analysis of Stakeholders’ Literature

Recent literature on smart cities stresses the role of digitization in tackling urban issues such as environmental degradation and poverty. The wicked nature of these issues gives rise to the need to understand the diverse perspectives of relevant …

03-04-2018 | Editorial

Smart Cities and Digitized Urban Management

By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to reside in cities and urban agglomerations (UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs 2014 ). Cities have always showcased the best and the worst aspects of humanity – gleaming …

21-03-2018 | Research Paper Open Access

Do Not Forget About Smart Towns

How to Bring Customized Digital Innovation to Rural Areas

To date, research on smart cities has primarily focused on urban congested areas. As this paper points out, it is becoming ever more important to look at intermediate and thinly populated regions like towns and rural areas as arenas for digital …

14-03-2018 | Research Paper Open Access

EM-OLAP Framework

Econometric Model Transformation Method for OLAP Design in Intelligence Systems

Econometrics is currently one of the most popular approaches to economic analysis. To better support advances in these areas as much as possible, it is necessary to apply econometric problems to econometric intelligent systems. The article …

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BISE (Business & Information Systems Engineering) is an international scholarly and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes scientific research on the effective and efficient design and utilization of information systems by individuals, groups, enterprises, and society for the improvement of social welfare. Information systems are understood as socio-technical systems comprising tasks, people, and information technology. Research published in the journal examines relevant problems in the analysis, design, implementation, and management of information systems.

BISE is the English language successor of the journal WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, which has been the flagship journal of the German-language Information Systems community for more than 50 years. It is now one of the leading European journals in the field. BISE is sponsored by the Section “Information Systems” (Wirtschaftsinformatik, WKWI) of the German Association for Business Research (VHB) and the special interest group “Business Informatics” (GI-FB WI) of the Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V. (GI) with more than 1200 members. BISE is also an affiliated journal of the Association for Information Systems (AIS).

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