By Joseph Geunes, Elif Akçali, Panos M. Pardalos, H. Edwin Romeijn, Zuo-Jun (Max) Shen
This quantity incorporates a huge spectrum of either study and purposes in either provide chain administration and e-business. numerous chapters are written by means of practitioners at best organisations. It incorporates a number of views from researchers and practitioners in disciplines past natural operations administration or operations learn. This quantity is appropriate for researchers in provide chain administration, e-business, and utilized operations examine in addition to graduate scholars in those and different similar disciplines. it's going to even be of curiosity to practitioners in offer chain administration and e-business with pursuits in operations managements and operations examine.
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1998). One legal dictionary defines it as (Nygh and Butt, 1997): Signature A person's mark on a document which indicates his or her intention to be bound by its content. Testamentary Signature A testamentary signature may include the specific mark or initials of the testator as well as his or her name. The test for validity of the signature is whether what has been written was done by the testator as an authentication of what precedes it as his or her will. It must be provable in a court of law that the mark is affixed with such instruments by the signing person or under his or her authorisation.
Moreover, the “signer”, in approving the contents of a document through affixation of a signature, mark and/or seal, has reasonably complete knowledge of the total contents of the document to be signed and complete control over the signing process. In the case of B2B electronic commerce, problems clearly exist in these areas, particularly if commercial-off-the-shelf software systems are employed with little to no knowledge of their content or operation. These well established and legally tested processes are precisely the problems that, in many important areas such as wills and testaments, real estate titles, court records and so on, prevent electronic records from gaining complete legal recognition.
Feigenbaum, J. (1998). Towards an Infrastructure for Authorization. In 3rd Usenix Workshop on Electronic Commerce, pages 15–19, Boston, Massachusetts. USENIX Association. Harbison, W. S. (1998). Delegating Trust (Transcript of Discussion). In 6th International Workshop on Security Protocols, volume 1318 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 108–117. Springer-Verlag. Jueneman, R. R. , R. J. (1998). Biometrics and Digital Signatures in Electronic Commerce. Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 38:427–457.
Applications of Supply Chain Management and E-Commerce Research (Applied Optimization) by Joseph Geunes, Elif Akçali, Panos M. Pardalos, H. Edwin Romeijn, Zuo-Jun (Max) Shen