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International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)

A. P. Speiser
1963 Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Physik  
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Der IFIP-Kongress 65 wird in New York vom 24. bis 29. Mai 1965 stattfinden und wird alle Aspekte der Datenverarbeitung umfassen.  ...  This operating range comprises, for example, lowfrequency propagation and diffraction in the earth-ionosphere waveguide as well as For further information, please write to the Chairman of the Conference  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01601174 fatcat:z3mm4bgqbbdd5foekwmigh4y6u

Unesco — IFIP Youth declaration [chapter]

2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
) have inspired participants in the IFIP World Computer Congress 2002 "Information Technology for our Times: ideas, research and application in an inclusive world" (25 to 29 August 2002, Montreal, Canada  ...  information and communication technology infrastructures and the ICT skills for young people as a high priority in their national ICT policies and respective agendas, as well as to take proactive measures  ...  INTRODUCTION IFIP World Computer Congress 2002 We, participants in the IFIP World Computer Congress 2002 "Information Technology for our Times: ideas, research and application in an inclusive world",  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_30 fatcat:qfotuudi35gftglsrcvp2ngb2u

IFIP TC3 Lifelong Learning Position Paper [chapter]

Kendall Mike, Brian Samways, Tom van Weert, Jan Wibe
2004 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Three main research questions are identified for higher education to effectively address Lifelong Learning.  ...  Lifelong Learning is an educational issue, because it is pulled by the political agenda, by economical, social, civic, cultural, personal and also Information and Communication Technology (ICT) developments  ...  Action research Design, development and implementation of Lifelong Learning Organisations for working has to be done in a learning process in which both employers and educational practitioners (students  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-7843-9_14 fatcat:dyezbnfnhne5pntrls6pkm6hwq

Preserving information [chapter]

André Hurst
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
important information outside the human brain.  ...  A choice was made between what you memorise and what you write down; the reasons for this choice could be political and religious in nature.  ...  The "bard" or composer-narrator was consequently responsible not only for the memorisation of formulae and of narratives, but also for the processing of the information thus memorised.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_6 fatcat:jn5cidfgbfatlmqjqci6y4qzti

International Federation for Information Processing(IFIP), IFIP Bibliofraphy 1960-1985, North-Holland, 1987, 24.5×17cm, 650p., \24,750

1988 The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association  
テ ム を作 成 す る International Federation for Informatien Processing ( IFIP ) IFiF ) Bibliography 1960 − 1985 North − Holland 1987 24. 5 × 17cm 650p. ¥ 24 , 750 1985年 に 設 立 25周年 を 迎 え た 国 際 情 報 科 学 協 会 ( IFIP  ...  IFIP Congresses. B . World CQnferences: 1. Computer Education. 2.  ... 
doi:10.18919/jkg.38.2_111_2 fatcat:tp2nsbhvzfdxbltm6ivhh5h3vu

ETampere [chapter]

Jarmo Viteli
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
online services to residents; the strengthening of the knowledge base of research and training; and the generation of businesses related to the Information Society.  ...  The eTampere initiative is a five-year development project that seeks to promote the development of the Information Society through measures targeting the following focus areas: the availability of public  ...  Support for and development of service processes with information and communication technologies; Customer-oriented approach, active customer base, multifarious production).  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_4 fatcat:ceo3bftxnvhobernkzm2hc33rq

Vienna Declaration [chapter]

2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
A European Security Certificate for users would be worth considering. SECURITY MANAGEMENT a) Security is achieved through products: security is a continuous management process.  ...  Audits and quality seals can play an important role in this process. c) The awareness of both users and providers regarding security concerns must be heightened, and a sustained framework for quality created  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_33 fatcat:2tyrlnrs6fauli7yfocapa4dsi

Vilnius declaration [chapter]

2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Participants from 68 countries at The First World Information Technology Forum (WITFOR), organised by IFIP under the auspices of UNESCO and hosted by the Government of Lithuania, gathered in Vilnius, Lithuania  ...  Social and ethical aspects of the Information Society.  ...  -Encouraging international cooperation for the provision of safe and secure information and communication networks and systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_31 fatcat:nj7zminybva73ny7uuv5d5hsny

Carthage declaration [chapter]

2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
World Summit on the Information Society by the World Federation of Engineering Organizations.  ...  for Africa and western Asia, The International Satellite Organization, the Technical Park of Trieste, the World Innovation Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_32 fatcat:y3lt6b24tveuzat2jwdvp7tpqa

Coordinating Policy for Federated Applications [chapter]

Ken Moody
2002 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Acknowledgements We acknowledge EPSRC's support for the continuation of this work under GR /N35786 "Access Control Policy Management".  ...  A student on the MPhil course in Computer Speech and Language Processing has defined a simple formal language for policy expression [7, 2] .  ...  This is vital in any application that comprises a federation of independent partners.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-306-47008-x_12 fatcat:pah4ckfrdffjjdx7xgsoxzvqum

Vulnerabilities of information technologies [chapter]

Klaus Brunnstein
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Contemporary technologies are in many cases designed and implemented without adequate provisions for safe and secure functioning.  ...  Faster than any technology before, Information and Communication technologies (ICTs) continue to change economies and societies in ways affecting many aspects of human life.  ...  He is active in IFIP: the "International Federation for Information Processing" as German representative in IFIP Technical Committee-9 "Relationship between Computer and Society", as founding chairman  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_8 fatcat:jhkmjb6t7jfpjprkpbidvanbcq

Beyond technology [chapter]

André-Yves Portnoff
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Information is only valuable if it is structured in the form of knowledge that subsequently will impact society, when people decide to exercise their competences.  ...  The Internet acts as an accelerator in the process of spreading ideas, as an enabler in the search for information and in establishing collaborations.  ...  If we prefer a slower process of self-destruction, we must continue to seek short term financial profits, while neglecting the environment and international law.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_18 fatcat:3fugk23jxzb3hm44itket7iofy

M-Advantage [chapter]

Andrea de Polo
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
The described activities strive at filling the gap in automatic processing of multimedia by creating an intelligent infrastructure allowing considerable productivity gains.  ...  For achieving this goal, it is proposed to carry out a tightly integrated research and development activities also in terms of the blend of research, technology, content and user partners involved.  ...  effectiveness (in terms of descriptive power) and efficiency (in terms of space and processing power) for storage and consequent processes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-29248-9_12 fatcat:vcmixkm3wbaepir22y27lbejlm

Networked economy [chapter]

Mikko J. Ruohonen
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
Knowledge-based change is facilitated by the platform of modem ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and demands new and innovative concepts from the domains of e-business, e-work and e-learning  ...  Successful implementation of knowledgebased professional development is argued to be the alignment of organisational objectives, understanding of work and business processes, and knowledge about learning  ...  He is the Chairman of International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 3.4. and Chairman of the Board of the Center for Extension Studies at the University of Tampere.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-23120-x_16 fatcat:aeh6obsac5cgdeyoqsez6o7i34

Community Based Learning [chapter]

Mike Kendall
2004 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
The convergence of formal and informal learning communities provides the basis for real lifelong learning, a process accelerated by the role of information and communications technologies removing traditional  ...  This paper asserts that the natural starting point for any learning is an informal learning community with family, peers, elders, etc.  ...  Perhaps one of the advantages of informal learning is that activities are not mapped to a formal learning process or qualifications, and are often motivated by fun, or the sense of achievement that comes  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-7843-9_11 fatcat:xrrdjq3lnfa5deraehjuegetyi
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