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Database Alerting Techniques for Office Activities Management

Jo-Mei Chang, Shi-Kuo Chang
1982 IEEE Transactions on Communications  
Activity Management in Office Information Systems An office information system is a message-driven system.  ...  An office information system requires the support of a database management system for the storage and manipulation of office information.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcom.1982.1095383 fatcat:wrv7sgow7zephjuqytesj5lbb4

Exploring the Utility of Remote Messaging and Situated Office Door Displays [chapter]

Keith Cheverst, Alan Dix, Dan Fitton, Adrian Friday, Mark Rouncefield
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we describe the results of an ongoing trial to explore the utility of a system that enables lecturers in a computing department to use their mobile phones to send messages to digital displays  ...  situated outside their offices.  ...  The Hermes system [2] was designed to explore the issues that arise when office owners are provided with a digital "office door display".  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45233-1_24 fatcat:2iug35o6crbcfmqeiglm4pqg6u

A Prototype System for Electronic Data Interchange among Registrar's Offices of Different States [chapter]

Igor Metz, Adrian Blöchlinger, Alexandros Varveris
2010 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
Phase 1 of the prototype system is presented together with the technical feasibility securely to exchange messages among civil status offices as well as to assure message integrity, authenticity, confidentiality  ...  civil status matters for citizens of member states through their respective Registrars' Offices organization.  ...  The interface IMunicipality provides the look-up interfaces for the civil status offices and the type of messages an office may send or receive.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11631-5_25 fatcat:p3rigbjakzgpvhkaphojyjmxiy

Message Management Systems at Work: Prototypes for Business Communication

Scott A. Moore, Steven O. Kimbrough
1995 Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce  
We describe two applications based on a system for office communication that is more flexible and expressive than other systems.  ...  They also highlight the utility of both the formal language used by the system and the inferential model of communications used to interpret the messages.  ...  The following list highlights some capabilities provided by an office communication application based on the MMS/FLBC system. • Send unknown number of message types.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10919399509540244 fatcat:a636acm5hfdkhnmtyjfiogqswu

Enhancing Workflow Automation in Insurance Underwriting Processes with Web Services and Alerts

Raymond Lee, Kai Mark, Dickson Chiu
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
To address the problem, this paper presents an Alertenhanced Underwriting System (AUS), which handles the exception events and monitors the turnaround time with the concept of alerts.  ...  That means, to handle an exception, an Alert Management System (AMS) sends an alert message to a handler (human or system) and keeps track of the process until the handling job is finished.  ...  Agent -Cancellation of an insurance application can trigger an alert to the central office so that the workflow system can change the application status (if it has been imported into workflow engine) into  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.208 dblp:conf/hicss/LeeMC07 fatcat:qf6aspkprrhldikl2oir3bukya

User preferences for multi-device context-aware feedback in a digital coaching system

Randy Klaassen, Rieks op den Akker, Tine Lavrysen, Susan van Wissen
2013 Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces  
There are clear preferences among the subjects for different types of messages on different devices. Results were implemented in a first prototype.  ...  Remarks from office workers "I'm not an average person -I'm the type that hates navigating systems in cars...  ...  One group of office workers received Feedback about their physical activty as a text messages while the other group of office workers received feedback presented by an embodied conversational agent (ECA  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12193-013-0125-0 fatcat:vibcjc6i2nbt7how3tqxcmdoqq

Proposed criteria for reimbursing eVisits: content analysis of secure patient messages in a personal health record system

Paul C Tang, William Black, Charles Y Young
2006 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Physician reviewers applied the proposed eVisit criteria to 120 randomly selected electronic messages sent by 112 patients to 69 physicians through a personal health record system.  ...  We propose modified Evaluation and Management (eVisit E&M) criteria derived from the current office-based E&M codes as a means of qualifying whether an online encounter should be reimbursed.  ...  An additional six messages (5%) resulted in asking the patient to come in for an office visit.  ... 
pmid:17238444 pmcid:PMC1839266 fatcat:gcu3cxwftvfitgthp3w7wz7as4

Balancing Awareness and Interruption in Mobile Patrol using Context-Aware Notification

Jan Willem Streefkerk, D. Scott McCrickard, Myra P. van Esch-Bussemakers, Mark A. Neerincx
2012 International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction  
Thirty-two trained student participants used a prototype notification system in a controlled mobile patrol task. The results were validated in a follow-up study with twenty-four police officers.  ...  To prevent unwanted interruption, a context-aware notification system adapts the timing and appearance of incident messages, based on user activity (available, in transit or busy) and message priority  ...  When an incident occurred, their notification system presented an incident message and police officers decided who should handle the incident.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jmhci.2012070101 fatcat:bbbbmbs4tbffvh5qifpgzoowh4

AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION IN SWAZILAND: AN EVOLUTION

James Diamond
1994 Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education  
Farmers were receiving untimely messages from the extension field officers. Often three to four weeks lapsed before the farmer received the messages. Rigid System.  ...  The implementation of the T&V Extension System did cause an increase in the number of farmers having contact with field officers.  ... 
doi:10.5191/jiaee.1994.01110 fatcat:klq6yyzeindt3o52rg56n4ni7a

AMUN: an autonomic middleware for the Smart Doorplate Project

Wolfgang Trumler, Jan Petzold, Faruk Bagci, Theo Ungerer
2005 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
We propose an autonomic/organic middleware approach for such ubiquitous in-door environments with an extensive monitoring at different system levels and demonstrate the software by our Smart Doorplate  ...  Such organizational principles save required office space, therefore decrease costs, but require a sophisticated software system that is highly dynamic, scalable, context-aware, self-configuring, self-optimizing  ...  of the office owner based on an active RFID location-tracking system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-005-0029-4 fatcat:nhonlro2r5c7ta74gtwio6hypu

Smart doorplate

Wolfgang Trumler, Faruk Bagci, Jan Petzold, Theo Ungerer
2003 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
This paper introduces the vision of smart doorplates within an office building.  ...  owner based on a location-tracking system.  ...  The sender uses an output pipe to send the message to the receiving peer which needs an input pipe to receive the message. Over a bidirectional pipe both peers can send and receive messages.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-003-0218-y fatcat:vohmcrno7zhdrhwuyuajfpsyim

Page 20 of Hewlett-Packard Journal Vol. 34, Issue 2 [page]

1983 Hewlett-Packard Journal  
To reduce the on-line system storage traditionally re- fev IS AN ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM that 20 HEWLETT-PACKARD JOURNAL FEBRUARY 1983 quired by computer-based message systems, HPMAIL uses an HP 3000 IMAGE  ...  Electronic Mail for the Interactive Office Here’s how electronic mail is implemented on the HP 3000 Computer System.  ... 

A Computing Model of Product Lines for Distributed Processing Systems, its Product Sets, and its Applications [chapter]

Yoshitomi Morisawa
2000 Software Product Lines  
When implementing an application system in a distributed computing environment, several architectural questions arise, such as how and where computing resources are distributed, and how the communication  ...  The model classifies product lines for distributed processing systems into seven categories based on the location of data storage and the style of processing between client and server.  ...  An explanation of message and process flow: AP1 on the client sends a message (SQL, etc.) to AP2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-4339-8_20 fatcat:52c6r3lgo5fzdbr2j4cyfdb53m

Primary Care DirectConnect: How the Marriage of Call Center Technology and the EMR Brought Dramatic Results-A Service Quality Improvement Study

Brent Bowman, Scott Smith
2010 The Permanente Journal  
Furthermore, medical office staff had become dissatisfied with their inability to contact patients who had previously left messages.  ...  In addition to the shear volume of messages, the return calls were often unanswered, leading to subsequent attempts to reach patients, creating additional work for medical office staff.DirectConnect-the  ...  of creating an electronic message.  ... 
pmid:20740112 pmcid:PMC2912077 fatcat:6y5mhebhafdnvherirnihghuc4

Exploring Challenges and Potentials of Personal Health Records in Diabetes Self-Management: Implementation and Initial Assessment

Rachel Hess, Cindy L. Bryce, Suzanne Paone, Gary Fischer, Kathleen M. McTigue, Ellen Olshansky, Susan Zickmund, Katharine Fitzgerald, Linda Siminerio
2007 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
Our 39 pre-and postimplementation focus group participants felt that the system would enhance communication with the office, and that the reminder system would be helpful.  ...  During the period there was no significant change in number of patient encounters or telephone calls received in our office, but the number of HealthTrak messages increased.  ...  By mirroring the current office workflow and integrating electronic messaging into the EMR, the system ensures that messages are directed to the right person, are a part of the normal office flow, and  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2006.0089 pmid:17999613 fatcat:kpd6taxywrhi7jomlv2bpn2jru
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