A Practical Approach of Fairness in E-Procurement

A Practical Approach of Fairness in E-Procurement

Debajyoti Konar (Presidency University, India) and Chandan Mazumdar (Jadavpur University, India)
Copyright: © 2012 |Pages: 23
DOI: 10.4018/jisp.2012070105
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Abstract

In this paper the authors present a practical approach of fairness in E-procurement. A generalized model of E-procurement is also presented here, which includes both E-contracting and E-trading. The model also proposes the generalized methodologies to develop E-procurement protocols that ensure fairness in true sense without using an additional trusted third party. They conclude this paper by indicating the area of applicability for their model.
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2. Previous Work

In this section we discuss briefly some related work in providing fair-exchange in E-commerce. In previous works, trusted third party (TTP) is used in most of the fair exchange protocols either in offline mode or in online mode. By using the third party in off-line mode, the optimistic fair exchange protocols have a considerable contribution in the field of fair exchanges in E-commerce. There are some GSR protocols for fair exchange in which the participants increase the probability of fair exchange gradually over several rounds of message exchanges.

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