Highlights

An Engineering Approach to Natural Enterprise Dynamics - From Top-down Purposeful Systemic Steering to Bottom-up Adaptive Guidance Control

José Tribolet - INESC-ID/Instituto Superior Técnic
Enterprises are dynamical systems, formed by a semantic web of active servers of two kinds: Carbon-based servers, normally called Humans, and silicon-based servers, called Computers. These active (...)


Semiotics in Visualisation

Kecheng Liu - University of Reading
Digital visualisation is a way of representing data, ranging from a simple form such as a graph or chart to a complex form like animated visualisations that allows user to interact with (...)


Requirements Engineering: Panacea or Predicament?

Pericles Loucopoulos - Manchester University
The genesis of Requirements Engineering (RE) research around the mid 1970’s was motivated by practitioners, who noticed the urgent need for disciplined RE in software projects that had grown large (...)


Design by Units - A Novel Approach for Building Elastic Systems

Schahram Dustdar - Vienna University of Technology
Systems are built by utilizing resources. Resources can include infrastructure such as compute power, storage space, and bandwidth, but also nontechnical resources such as the financial budget (...)


Managing Online Business Communities

Steffen Staab - University of Koblenz-Landau
Online Business Communities constitute an asset to companies for various purposes such as open innovation, customer self-help or knowledge management. In this talk we will present challenges (...)


Trends in Blog Preservation

Yannis Manolopoulos - Aristotle University
Blogging is yet another popular and prominent application in the era of Web 2.0. According to recent measurements, as of now worldwide there are more than 150 million blogs with content spanning (...)


Issues in Combined Static and Dynamic Data Management

Daniela Nicklas - Carl von Ossietzky Universitaet
With the upcoming widespread availability of sensors, more and more applications depend on physical phenomena. Up-to-date real world information is embedded into business processes, in production (...)


On Knowledge Discovery and Interactive Intelligent Visualization of Biomedical Data - Challenges in Human–Computer Interaction & Biomedical Informatics

Andreas Holzinger - Medical University Graz
Biomedical Informatics can be defined as “the interdisciplinary field that studies and pursues the effective use of biomedical data, information and knowledge for scientific inquiry, problem solving (...)


Cyberinfrastructure for eScience and eBusiness from Clouds to Exascale

Geoffrey Charles - Fox Indiana University
We analyze scientific computing into classes of applications and their suitability for different architectures covering both compute and data analysis cases and both high end and long tail (many (...)


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15th Int. Conf. on Software Technologies
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9th Int. Conf. on Data Science, Technology and Applications
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2020
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10th Int. Conf. on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications
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2020
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1st Int. Conf. on Deep Learning Theory and Applications