About this series
International Handbooks on Information Systems is a series of volumes offering state-of-the-art surveys on selected topics of information theory and applications.
The scope of the series comprises topics such as architectures of information systems, enterprise architecture, data management in information systems, electronic commerce, knowledge management, ontologies and others. To date more than a dozen volumes have been published, some of them in multiple editions.
The objective is to involve contributors who are the authoritative figures in this area of information systems in each volume in order to provide a reference source for problem solvers in business, industry, and government, which can also be used by professional researchers and graduate students.
To this end, a distinguished international group of academics and practitioners will be invited to contribute articles on their respective fields of expertise.