A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONS, PROCESSES, AND PRODUCTS IN THE SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION CHAIN
||A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONS, PROCESSES, AND PRODUCTS IN THE SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION CHAIN
||elpub2002 - Technology Interactions. Proceedings of the 6th International ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, 6–8 November 2002. Editors: Carvalho, Joao Álvaro; Hübler, Arved; Baptista, Ana Alice. Publisher: VWF Berlin, 2002. ISBN 3-89700-357-0. 395 pages.
||This paper summarizes the user needs, functions and information processes in the scholarly communication chain, with an emphasis on the publisher’s role. Furthermore, it presents how product functionality, core benefits, attributes and features relate to each other and how a publisher can seek a competitive edge by differentiation of products and in processes executed. It shows how the functions and information processes are interrelated with the user needs and how an analytical approach can be
adopted towards these needs when developing a product.
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