L. V. Orman

Professor of Information Systems
Cornell University         



Recent Publications


Orman L.V. Information Overload Paradox: Drowning in Information, Starving for Knowledge. Create Space Publishing 2016.

Orman L.V. Information Markets Over Trust Networks. Electronic Commerce Research 2016.

Orman L.V. The Design of Trust Networks. Communications of the AIS 2016.

Orman L.V. Information Paradox: Drowning in Information, Starving for Knowledge. IEEE Technology and Society 34, 4, 63-73, 2015

Orman L.V. Technology and Its Discontents: The Deadly Embrace of Technology and Society. Create Space Publishing 2013.

Orman L.V. Technology As Risk. IEEE Technology and Society32, 2, 22-31, 2013.

Orman L.V. Bayesian Inference in Trust Networks. ACM Transactions on MIS 4, 2, 1-26, 2013.
(Earlier version in Proceedings of WITS Conference on Information Technology and Systems 2010.)

Orman L.V. Technology as the Driver of Knowledge, Belief, and Culture. ICAST Journal 2012.

Orman L.V. The Potential of Virtual Institutions. IEEE Technology and Society 30, 1, 56-64, 2011. 

Orman L.V. Virtual Money in Electronic Markets and Communities. ICAST Journal 2010.

Orman L.V. Virtual Organizations as Electronic Services. Communications of AIS 24, 1, 701-718, 2009.

Orman L.V. Service Semantics, Structure, and Design. E-Service Journal 6, 2, 57-75,2008.

Orman L.V.  Electronic Services as a Tool of Resource Sharing. IEEE Technology and Society 27, 2, 51-60, 2008.

Orman L.V. Browsing Databases with Constraint Hierarchies.  Electronic Commerce Research 8, 1, 29-56, 2008.  

Orman L.V. Knowledge-Based Intermediaries. International Journal of E-Business Research 4, 2, 1-13, 2008.

Orman L.V. Consumer Support Systems. Communications of the ACM 50,4, 49-54, 2007.

Orman L.V. Optimum Design of Electronic Communities as Economic Entities. Information Systems Frontiers 8, 3, 179-194, 2006.

Orman L.V. Design and Implementation of Electronic Communities. Information Technology and Management 6, 2, 163-179, 2005.

Orman L.V. Transaction Repair for Integrity Enforcement. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 13, 6,11, 2004.