Über den Autor
Woojong Suh is an Assistant Professor of MIS/e-Business field in the College of Business Administration at Inha University, Korea. He received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Graduate School of Management at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul Korea: He earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Applied Statistics from Yonsei University, Seoul.
Part I: Web Engineering: Concepts and Reference Model, Chapter 1: Web Engineering: Introduction and Perspectives, Chapter 2: Web Engineering Resources Portal (WEP): A Reference Model and Guide, Part II: Web Application Development: Methodologies and Techniques, Chapter 3: Web Application Development Methodologies, Chapter 4: Relationship Analysis: A Technique to Enhance Systems Analysis for Web Development, Chapter 5: Engineering Location-Based Services in the Web, Part III: Web Metrics and Quality: Models and Methods, Chapter 6: Architectural Metrics for E-Commerce: A Balance between Rigor and Relevance, Chapter 7: The eQual Approach to the Assessment of E-commerce Quality: A Longitudinal Study of Internet Bookstores, Chapter 8: Web Cost Estimation: An Introduction, Part IV: Web Resource Management: Models and Techniques, Chapter 9: Ontology-Supported Web Content Management, Chapter 10: Design Principles and Applications of XRML, Part V: Web Maintenance and Evolution: Techniques and Methodologies, Chapter 11: Program Transformations for Web Application Restructuring, Chapter 12: The Requirements of Methodologies for Developing Web Applications, Chapter 13: A Customer Analysis-Based Methodology for Improving Web Business Systems, Part VI: Web Intelligence: Techniques and Applications, Chapter 14: Analysis and Customization of Web-Based Electronic Catalogs, Chapter 15: Data Mining Using Qualitative Information on the Web
Although based primarily on MIS and computer science areas, Web engineering covers a wide range of disciplines, thus making it difficult to gain an understanding of the field. "Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques" provides clarity to this often muddied issue.