Filters








57 Hits in 1.4 sec

An Agent-based Telecooperation Framework [chapter]

Albrecht Schmidt, Alexander Specker, Gerhard Partsch, Michael Weber, Siegfried Höck
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper a telecollaboration environment based on agent technology is proposed, which could be used as an information infrastructure for cooperative buildings or virtual enterprises.  ...  Exemplarily the architecture and functionality of a communication agent as one part of an agent cluster is described.  ...  System Architecture The system architecture of the telecooperation framework can be divided into two logical aspects interconnected closely with each other.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-69706-3_13 fatcat:xpnuf3ixkrd6vnve27g5np4vsu

Telecooperation Systems in Engineering Companies Supplying the Metallurgy Industry: The Experience of the OrgTech Project [chapter]

Giulio Iacucci, Ralph Peters, Oliver Stiemerling, Volker Wulf
1998 Globalization of Manufacturing in the Digital Communications Era of the 21st Century  
The ÜRGTech approach is based on integrated organization and technology development (OID) as a participative and evolutionary approach to support changes of work systems.  ...  The primary goal of the ÜRGTech-project is to improve the cooperative work processes within and between two design offices and one steel mill through the introduction of a telecooperation system.  ...  CONCLUSIONS This paper gives an example of how the introduction of a telecooperation systems to improve competitiveness in small engineering offices can be carried out.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35351-7_9 fatcat:eq6lbr6e7vcvjijmxf3qt4qrpa

Managing Interaction, Location, and Communication in Mobile Information Systems

2006 Mobile Information Systems  
The second paper A Generic Framework For Location-Based Services (LBS) Provisioning by Ioannis Priggouris, Stathes Hadjiefthymiades, Manos Spanoudakis, and Dimitrios Spanoudakis presents an integrated  ...  platform for delivering Location Based Services (LBS).  ...  Ismail Khalil Ibrahim Guest Editor Ismail Khalil Ibrahim is senior researcher and lecturer at the institute of Telecooperation at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2006/605231 fatcat:26xkrjr4t5cflbkdepkuzek42q

Trust, Self Regulation and Social Movement:Partner Selection at Digital Collaboration Network forSME's Sustainability

Olivia Fachrunnisa, Mutamimah, Gunawan
2013 International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance  
Collaboration is believed as an effort to balance between competition and sharing which will take many benefits to create a strategic advantage between collaborating parties.  ...  Member selection is an important decision to be made when creating a virtual collaboration team. A project manager should consider social dimensional factors early in the member creation process.  ...  Based on those discussions, a mechanisms framework for member selection of virtual collaboration teams has been proposed and presented.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijtef.2012.v3.237 fatcat:7qa2jsuyanaspbco43ijgiuoly

Discussants comments on the ten main papers [chapter]

Stef Joosten, Sjaak Brinkkemper, John Krogstie, Atika Laribi, Michel Leonard, Patrizia Asirelli, Martin Bever, Jan l. G. Dietz, Panos Constatopoulos, Rudolf Andersen, T. William Olle, Colette Rolland
1995 Information Systems Development for Decentralized Organizations  
An activity thread is started by a process thread.  ...  Furthermore, I am going to suggest the exploitation of the Light Weight Name Service, eventually extended, within the framework the World Wide Web.  ...  As far as I can see, there is no support for this in the framework, an area which will be especially problematic when putting together virtual organizations based on parts of organizations which inevitably  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34871-1_13 fatcat:5v57r6g4fbgbpgte4efipa4kvi

A Negotiation Support System based on a Multi-agent System

Maxime Morge, Philippe Beaune
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '04  
In this paper, we propose a Negotiation Support System based on a Multi-agent System.  ...  Each agent assists a user in multi-criteria decision making and negotiates according to this decision-modelling with other agents, each of them representing a user.  ...  The relevance of arguments is based on the preferences of the arguing agent. An implementation and an empirical assessment must come to valid the adequacy and the significance of our approach.  ... 
doi:10.1145/967900.967999 dblp:conf/sac/MorgeB04 fatcat:5c7si6i3nna3rcbobqquoxg464

Wireless telemedicine systems: an overview

C.S. Pattichis, E. Kyriacou, S. Voskarides, M.S. Pattichis, R. Istepanian, C.N. Schizas
2002 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine  
more specifically wireless and mobile communications, and their convergence (telematics) are leading to the emergence of a new type of information infrastructure that has the potential of supporting an  ...  Fig. 6 ) 6 is based on internet and GSM/WAP connectivity, and includes the following five modules: (i) Mobile agents e.g.  ...  The mobile agents may be extended to offer intelligence and co-operation. (ii) Web based database for the storage and processing of the Electronic Medical Record.  ... 
doi:10.1109/map.2002.1003651 fatcat:g5g5ffcjtvcjljphk7yrjoe7ne

Action Research: The Formation of a Manufacturing Virtual Industry Cluster [chapter]

Jairo Eduardo Moraes Siqueira, Carlos Frederico Bremer
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Finally, an important result-the obtaining of a reference model is discussed by the point of view of the Brazilian industry.  ...  An appropriate approach for solving such task is the formation of Virtual Organizations, constituted of a Virtual Industry Clusterthe focus of this paperand a Virtual Enterprise Broker.  ...  It is the NUMA performed a double role, as an agent (implementing the necessary steps and leading all the activities) and as an observer (evaluating the achieved results, during and after the related planned  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35399-9_25 fatcat:4rzxwx42e5amfkt4yojkq7uplu

Working Group Report on Semantic Technologies in Collaborative Applications

Thomas Riechert, Ernesto Ruiz, Ivan Cantador, Michael Engler, Danius Michaelides, Manfred Bortenschlager, Robert Tolksdorf
2006 15th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (WETICE'06)  
The performance of the strategies is theoretically and empirically evaluated in an existing personalization framework from a knowledge-driven multimedia retrieval system [5] .  ...  The argumentation process uses an OWL DL-based ontology [3] (see Figure 2 ) in order to track the arguments brought forward.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wetice.2006.81 dblp:conf/wetice/RiechertRCEMBT06 fatcat:z5hlpnddujbl3ov53eq6axpeta

Group Activity Database for Groupware Evolution [chapter]

Hiroyuki Tarumi, Tetsuya Matsuyama, Yahiko Kambayashi
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We adopt agent-based groupware architecture in order to realize open and distributed groupwork management.  ...  With this architecture, communication logs among agents or between agents and users are captured by a GADB for analysis.  ...  Agent can communicate with another agent by exchanging messages. Agent-based G r oupware is an architecture of groupware consisting of multiple agents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-49121-7_36 fatcat:logvfotqivdpdfnjzm5frhdita

Authenticity and Provability — A Formal Framework [chapter]

Sigrid Gürgens, Peter Ochsenschläger, Carsten Rudolph
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Authentication and non-repudiation are essential security requirements for electronic commerce applications and other types of binding telecooperation.  ...  Based on the notions of formal language theory we introduce formalisations of the security services of authenticity and proof of authenticity that are independent of the abstraction level.  ...  This approach, formulated in terms of formal language theory, is based on a model for key establishment protocols [10] and is related to a formal framework for binding cooperations [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45831-x_16 fatcat:ew7vnaejrjgvdkasczschjmoum

Implementing configuration management policies for distributed applications

Gerald Krause, Martin Zimmermann
1996 Distributed Systems Engineering  
The central purpose of this paper is to present a novel framework supporting the specification and the implementation of configuration management policies for distributed applications.  ...  To reduce management complexity, we introduce a technique which permits the definition of configuration management policies as an integral part of an application specification.  ...  In the existing prototype, the configuration information is based on a central file system. Future work will concentrate on an implementation using an object-oriented data base.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0967-1846/3/2/003 fatcat:6qv7tihgfjbqfpy45mxylbaa2a

Why to create personalities for synthetic actors [chapter]

Paolo Petta, Robert Trappl
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Similarly, all sequences of actions making up basic behaviours of an agent had to be explicitly prescribed: take as an example an object \catching the eye" of the actor which would then turn around to  ...  Both authors share the view that the traditional methods of psychology fail to provide an adequate framework supporting actual implementations of working \deep" cognitive models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0030566 fatcat:ci2mci5iz5fy3ldtgrny3yrz2e

PRIME---toward process-integrated modeling environments: 1

Klaus Pohl, Klaus Weidenhaupt, Ralf Dömges, Peter Haumer, Matthias Jarke, Ralf Klamma
1999 ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology  
ABSTRACT Traditional framework-based applicationdevelopment assumes applications are based on single frameworks extended with application-specific code.  ...  This data placement strategy is based on the organizational requirements of an enterprise which are modeled by the concept of an (extended) organizational relation.  ...  An initial framework for the prototype implementation for an integrated manufacturing system is presented.  ... 
doi:10.1145/322993.322995 fatcat:brhyxj6mcjau3pjtdhubtsx7mq

Evolution of Web-Based Applications Using Domain-Specific Markup Languages

Guntram Graef, Martin Gaedke
2000 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
It allows abstracting from many technical aspects related to the Web as an application platform by introducing domain specific markup languages.  ...  Though, development and maintenance of Web-based applications suffers from the underlying document-based implementation model.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS An earlier version of this paper was presented at the first XML conference (XML2000), Heidelberg, Germany, May 3-4, 2000.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v8i1.257 fatcat:4hqfimn455cvhp3fy7gd2g6vdq
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 57 results