Electron Markets (2017) 27:191–195 DOI 10.1007/s12525-017-0265-2 EDITORIAL 1 2 Rainer Alt & Hans-Dieter Zimmermann Institute of Applied Informatics at University of Leipzig 2017 Dear readers, projections on the growing number of scientific papers and In the last editorial, the scenario was similar: two special journals as well as the overall inventories in libraries led to issues were combined in one final issue and the editorial piece the notion of Binformation explosion^ and in 1975 it was found provided an opportunity to reflect about the relationship be- Bthat information supply is increasing much faster than infor- tween these two special themes. Issue 27/2 included the spe- mation consumption^. Information technology (IT) was suc- cial issues on supply chain management and on the academic cessively recognized important in efficiently handling, storing publishing market and the flow perspective from supply chain and retrieving this amount of data (Press 2013). In this vein, management was found valuable for identifying and eliminat- Bryson et al. (1999) discuss data storage and compression tech- ing shortcomings in current publishing processes (Alt 2017). niques under the title Bbig data for scientific visualization^, The present issue now comprises one special issue on which they see as a prerequisite
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