Sung-Chi Chu

Sung-Chi Chu
The Chinese University of Hong Kong | CUHK

Doctor of Philosophy

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35
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Citations since 2016
3 Research Items
113 Citations
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Additional affiliations
April 2011 - present
Position
  • Visibility Cloud
Description
  • Visibility Cloud will be the outcome artifact for self-service (supply chain) visibility
Education
September 1984 - May 1987
Virgiinia Tech
Field of study
  • Computer Science & Applications

Publications

Publications (35)
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Transshipment hub selection becomes increasingly important to the global logistics community. From the perspectives of shippers and freight forwarders, a selection must align with cost control strategy and sustain service reliability across cooperative service providers. This paper assesses the selection with the options of both sea and air transpo...
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Service is simply a process where one completes a task on the request from another. E-service is to conduct the same in an electronic environment. IT plays a defining role in the continuous development of e-service. The concept of 'service' is still evolving and on many current research agenda. In marketing, service-dominant logic proposes a servic...
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Many large retailers decided to adopt RFID as their new supply chain technology, but RFID adoption by all industries did not spread as rapidly as initially expected. We believe that its benefits constituted the major barrier to its adoption, and argued that a major contributor to the delay has been its inappropriate implementation. Our study report...
Conference Paper
Design research is a promising research stream in the IS field, yet research output has been limited. Studies argue that this is due to the complexity of the design research methodology and that design research rarely incorporates the firm context into the design. We propose to include mindful IT innovation process into design research. The IT inno...
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Supply chain logistics demands collaborative partnering and planning online by agents of unique but connected capabilities in the global logistics community. To continue serving very different shipment requests, agents must be able to find the right partners to collectively achieve enhanced logistics process performance whilst staying competitive i...
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With the challenges of global e-business, online partnering and collaborative planning increase logistics service agent's competitiveness and enhance logistics process performance. In this paper, we provide a technical design for a website where both commerce activities and business processes are conducted, for the air cargo industry in Hong Kong....
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Many enterprises are leveraging e-service to meet the demanding needs of customers. E-business online demands a more complex business logics, and requires to support information exchange between business parties. Countless business processes require the participation and interactions of multiple parties. Nonetheless, the state-of-the-art e-services...
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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) brings a second source of information to enterprise management and adds to information conventionally shared among the various units within, and beyond an organisation's boundary. Fieldwork and case studies reveal the attitudes of organisations toward the sharing of information and the new technology. We propos...
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As the adoption of information technologies, especially the Internet technologies, there is an increasing interest on inter-organization collaboration in e-business. The 'collaboration's in the existing literatures often mean different. These diverse views make it difficult to understand what the collaboration is and to know what have been achieved...
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Supply chain management has two streams of strategies, namely lean and agile. However, current RFID applications tend to overlook supply chain strategies and are designed for obvious RFID applications, like simply replacing barcodes. However, the full potential of RFID might not be achieved when RFID applications are not aligned with the supply cha...
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RFID adoption in supply chains is both viable in gaining on-target end-to-end visibility and crucial to sustain competitiveness. RFID-based information flow will cut across partners in business chains that extended beyond borders. Privacy and security preferences (PSP) are manifested when supply chain parties are sharing (EPC-RFID-based) data to ga...
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RFID is an automatic identification system that uses radio frequency technology in product tags. The technology brings out the greater enhancement to synchronize the logistics flow and information flow. Unfortunately, it also introduces the great concerns on the privacy and security protection, not only on the individual use but also on the supply...
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Before the 1990s, the digital exchange of information between companies was achieved using electronic data interchange (EDI) and needed agreement between the organizations. The early 1990s saw the commercialization of the Internet and the advent of open computer technology and connectivity became affordable for individuals as well as businesses. Th...
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Preface. 1: Air Cargo Logistics and Information Technology. 1: Introduction. 2: A New Era for Air Cargo Logistics. 3: Cyber Logistics - The 4th Party Logistics e-Business Platform. 3.1. Managing Logistics Services in a Business Chain. 3.2. First, Second, Third, and Fourth Party Logistics. 4: Key Concepts of Cyber Logistics. 4.1. Eras of Websites. 4...
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The rapid development of e-Business urges the need for online integrative partnership and collaborative business process management. These trends call for a new dimension of decision support: online multiplicitive decision interoperability. We define it as a decision support platform for e-Business, which facilitates inter-organizational decision m...
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To construct a hologram numerically, one needs to know the exact depth. In this paper, we present a technique in which the depth information can be extracted from the power spectrum of a hologram. The extraction technique is simulated using mathematical software to confirm the validity of the technique. An example is given.
Conference Paper
A parallel method developed for reconstructing images from holograms obtained with optical scanning holography is presented. A standard portable message-passing library, MPI or message-passing interface, is used to provide the environment of parallel programming. The parallel method is implemented using a network of workstations. The process of rec...
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All approach that uses a hardware device to perform fault diagnosis in a fully distributed multiprocessor system is proposed. Both the complexities of the diagnostic hardcore and interprocessor communication are reduced. Fault diagnosis in a fully distributed system with permanent faults is considered. Standard notation, definitions, and a framewor...
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A testable diagnosis array (TDA) is proposed for carrying out system-level fault diagnosis (based on the PMC model) centrally and in a non-hard-core manner. This diagnostics device is constructed with simple reliable logic cells. A characterization of t -TDA-diagnosable systems, based on an algebraic relationship between the testing graph T <sub>n<...
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Algorithms are defined for the design of a t -fault TDA-diagnosable multiprocessor system. Such a system is tolerant to a maximum of t faulty processors, and these t faults can be correctly and automatically diagnosed by a hardware device called a testable diagnosis array (TDA). This TDA is a simple cellular array built of combinational logic. This...
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) uses radio frequency technology for automated identification. The use of RFID brings the second source of information to enterprise management. It is said the second source is because, in the conventional approach, the information is shared among the various units through an integrated enterprise system. In thi...
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E-Collaboration has been attracting more and more attention and interest of academic researchers and industry practitioners. However, the paradigm of e-Collaboration has yet to be established. Various researches often incline to label subjective research studies relate to inter-organization interaction or integration with the hot title. To clarify...

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