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Active development of the Internet promotes the growth of needs in the operative reception of data for e-business conducting. It also facilitates the implementation of new forms of information services through appropriate systems and information resources (Berko, Vysotska, & Pasichnyk, 2009), (Jerk, 2001), (Uspensky, 2001). Commercial Web content is documented and according formatted unique data. They are prepared to meet the needs of information resources users (Berko, Vysotska, & Pasichnyk, 2009), (Ermakov, & Kiselev, 2005), (Pasichnyk, Scherbyna, Vysotska, & Shestakevych, 2012), (Vysotska, & Chyrun, 2011). The characteristic feature of e-business systems is an opportunity to information resources processing. This increases the goods sales volume of regular user, the active involvement of potential users and expanding the boundaries of the target audience (Jerk, 2001), (Evdokimov, 2007). The e-business principles and technology are used actively in the creation of electronic content commerce systems for on-line/off-line sales and Web content analysis/exchange/saving, online shop, сloud storage/computing, etc. (Ermakov, & Kiselev, 2005), (Ivanov, & Krukovskaya, 2004), (Ivanov, 2002), (Іvanov, 1994), (Clifton, 2009). The problems of design, development, implementation and maintenance of electronic content commerce systems are actual theme in view of factors such as: active development of research in the e-business area, the theoretical justification lack of standardized methods, and the need for software unification of information resources processing (Ivanov, & Krukovskaya, 2004), (Ivanov, 2002), (Clifton, 2009), (Korneev, Hareev, Vasyutyn, & Reich, 2000), (Krupnik, 2002). There are new approaches and solutions to this problem. But there is a mismatch between the known methods and means of commercial content processing and principles of e-commerce systems construction. There are the lacks of general approaches of e-commerce systems creation and standardized methods for commercial Web content processing in these systems.


Practical factor of commercial Web content processing in e-business systems is closely linked with the problems addressing of the content amounts growth in the Internet, rapid prevalence of accessibility to the Internet, active development of e-business, expanding set of information products and services, growth of demand for information products and services, the technology and tools creation, and areas expanding of methods application for information resources processing. In this direction are actively working leading global manufacturers of commercial content resources means. In particular, such systems are developed: for on-line content selling of online newsworks (New York Times, Washington Post), online journals (Wall Street Journal, Chip), distance learning (Ashford University), Internet publication as a dictionaries/directories (Oxford English Dictionary Online), Internet publishing (Online Publishers Association), portals of entertaining (tochka.net), informative (Weather Channel, Karpaty.ua) and children (teremoc.ru, vshkolu.com) content; for off-line content selling of copywriting services (Textbroker, Sopywriting 911), Marketing Services Shop (The Copy Box, Local Internet Marketing), RSS Subscription Extension (Apple, Google, Intel, Microsoft); online shop for selling of eBooks, software, video, music, movies, picture, digital art, manuals, works, certificates, forms, files, etc (Google, Amazon, Apple, Android, Opera, Yahoo!); for content saving on сloud storage and cloud computing (Google, Amazon, Apple, Micorsoft, Linux, iPhone, Android, Palm). The theoretical factor of information resources processing in e-business systems is associated with the methods and tools development of commercial Web content formation, management and support. In scientific studies D. Lande studied and developed mathematical models of electronic information flow (Bolshakova, Lande, Noskov, Klyshynskyy, Peskova, & Yahunova, 2011), (Braychevskyy, & Lande, 2005), (Grigoriev, & Lande, 2005), (Lande, Furashev, Braychevskyy, & Hryhorev, 2006), (Lande, 2005-2006), (Lande, & Braychevskyy, 2005-2006), (Lande, & Litvin, 2001), (Lande, & Morozov, 2004-2005), (Lande, & Furashev, 2006), (Lande, Furashev, Braychevskyy, & Hryhorev, 2006), (Lande, Furashev , & Grigor'yev, 2006), (Furashev, Lande, Grigor'yev , & Furashev, 2005), (Furashev, Lande, & Brajchevskiy, 2005). G. Zipf proposed an empirical regularity of words frequency distribution in natural language (Zipf 1935, 1949). G. Salton and R. Papka have proposed new events detection in the content flow (Salton, 1979), (Papka, 1999). B. Boiko, S. McKeever, A. Rockley, G. McGovern, J. Hackos, R. Nakano, B. Doyle, Halverson have described a model of the commercial content lifecycle in the works (Boiko, 2005), (Doyle, 2005), (Hackos, 2002), (Halverson, 2009), (McGovern, & Norton, 2001), (McKeever, 2003), (Nakano, 2002), (Rockley, & Cooper, 2002), (Stone, 2003), (Vysotska, & Chyrun, 2011). In works (Pasichnyk, Scherbyna, Vysotska, & Shestakevych, 2012), (Soroka, & Tanatar, 1998), (Fedorchuk, 2005) have developed the content analysis methodology launched. EMC, IBM, Microsoft Alfresco, Open Text, Oracle and SAP a Content Management Interoperability Services specification for Web-services Berko, Vysotska, & Pasichnyk, 2009). They have designed to provide interaction between subsystems of commercial Web content processing in e-business systems. Interoperable Content Application Tools interacts with content from different repositories via a service interface and special superstructure as Content Management Interoperability Services Implementation.

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