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Investigating people

Sean McKeown, David Maxwell, Leif Azzopardi, William Bradley Glisson
2014 Proceedings of the 5th Information Interaction in Context Symposium on - IIiX '14  
The research contribution is an initial identification of Open-Source Intelligence investigator search behaviours, the procedures and practices that they undertake, along with an overview of the di culties  ...  This lays the foundation for future research in to the varied domain of Open-Source Intelligence gathering.  ...  This section first describes the recommended approach to Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) searching and analysis, before discussing previous work relating to the behaviour of closed intelligence analysts  ... 
doi:10.1145/2637002.2637023 dblp:conf/iiix/McKeownMAG14 fatcat:marhpiqmpvc5hmruaqavtihvca

Conversation focused aphasia therapy: investigating the adoption of strategies by people with agrammatism

Suzanne Beeke, Firle Beckley, Fiona Johnson, Claudia Heilemann, Susan Edwards, Jane Maxim, Wendy Best
2014 Aphasiology  
However, it noted the key limitations of current work in this field to be a reliance on single case analyses and qualitative evidence of change, a situation that is not unusual when a complex behavioural  ...  The intervention aimed to increase the insight of a dyad into facilitator and barrier conversation behaviours, to increase the understanding of the effect of agrammatism on communication, and to support  ...  The extensive sampling of conversation provides a rich source to analyse for quantitative and qualitative explanations of behaviour change after conversation therapy, and as our analysis expands to include  ... 
doi:10.1080/02687038.2014.881459 pmid:25632169 pmcid:PMC4299855 fatcat:fqvwld3yvff5ze5b7s4exfefwa

Key competencies for big data analytics professions: a multimethod study

Ajax Persaud
2020 Information Technology and People  
It is the first to employ text mining analysis guided by a holistic competency framework to derive unique insights.  ...  evolving need for skills driven by dynamic technological changes.Originality/valueThis is the first study on this topic to adopt a multimethod approach incorporating the perspectives of the key stakeholders  ...  The source theme emphasizes the ability of workers to recognize the value of open source data and to use open source information for innovation and competitive advantage.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-06-2019-0290 fatcat:hwf7l646kbcgbepppsx4tihzxe

Investigate Competitive Intelligence Process: An Exploratory Study in Tunisian Companies

Wadie Nasri
2011 International Business Research  
The results revealed by this study that the competitive intelligence as a competitive tool is unknown to the vast majority of Tunisian companies.  ...  The purpose of this study is to explore the aspects of management of competitive intelligence process in Tunisian companies.  ...  They allow researchers to investigate complex behaviour such as what different groups think about a subject and why they hold such views and can also help to identify changes in behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v4n4p62 fatcat:swy2nu5jf5akzmjj2sr3k64o3q

Emotional Attachment Framework for People-Oriented Software [article]

Mohammadhossein Sherkat, Antonette Mendoza, Tim Miller, Rachel Burrows
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To measure the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed technique in this study, a series of evaluations are undertaken: a semi-controlled experiment, a comparison analysis, and domain expert and end-user  ...  The results indicate that the Emotional Attachment Framework has the potential to give better insight during analysis of emotional goals.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to take this opportunity to express their gratitude to Alex Lopez  ... 
arXiv:1803.08171v3 fatcat:sk3tuobux5c7ddh4jvyrzd2tum

Promoting Ethical Awareness in Communication Analysis: Investigating Potentials and Limits of Visual Analytics for Intelligence Applications [article]

Maximilian T. Fischer, Simon David Hirsbrunner, Wolfgang Jentner, Matthias Miller, Daniel A. Keim, Paula Helm
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Intelligence analysis of communications data in investigative journalism, criminal intelligence, and law present particularly interesting cases, as they must take into account the often highly sensitive  ...  In this interdisciplinary work, a joint endeavor of computer scientists, ethicists, and scholars in Science & Technology Studies, we investigate and evaluate opportunities and risks involved in using Visual  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the financial support by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany (BMBF) in the framework of PEGASUS under the program "Forschung für die zivile  ... 
arXiv:2203.09859v1 fatcat:xvn5zxix25al7i6u23n4d7zvmm

Video in Sociomaterial Investigations

Jon Hindmarsh, Nick Llewellyn
2016 Organizational Research Methods  
In particular the claim that 'all practices are always sociomaterial' raises a 'problem of relevance'that is on what grounds can we select material to include in the analytic account when there is a vast  ...  We demonstrate the approach with data from two service settings and explore the analysis both of single cases and collections.  ...  Acknowledgments We are extremely grateful to all of the participants who took part in our empirical studies.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094428116657595 fatcat:uyzjojmr3ngfdawqss63ba24ei

People analytics—A scoping review of conceptual boundaries and value propositions

Aizhan Tursunbayeva, Stefano Di Lauro, Claudia Pagliari
2018 International Journal of Information Management  
Analysis of academic research and online search traffic since 2002 revealed changes in the relative trajectory of PA and conceptually related terms over the past fifteen years, indicating both the re-branding  ...  This mixed-method 'scoping review' mapped the emergence of the term People Analytics (PA), the value propositions offered by vendors of PA tools and services and the PA skillsets being sought by professionals  ...  on users' Internet search behaviour (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2018.08.002 fatcat:mlqoega7pncnfj63behczem3aa

Cybercrime Investigators are Users Too! Understanding the Socio-Technical Challenges Faced by Law Enforcement [article]

Mariam Nouh and Jason R.C. Nurse and Helena Webb and Michael Goldsmith
2019 arXiv   pre-print
From an analysis of the collected data, we identify several outstanding challenges faced by investigators.  ...  In this paper, we investigate this problem through an analysis of current practices and workflows of investigators.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Ministry of Education and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Saudi Arabia for financially sponsoring and supporting Mariam Nouh's  ... 
arXiv:1902.06961v1 fatcat:cvwsezhqrbh5laxv6h3eohu2sy

An Integrated Conceptual Environment based on Collective Intelligence and Distributed Artificial Intelligence for Connecting People on Problem Solving

Vasile MAZILESCU
2012 Annals of Dunarea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics  
in virtual space, forums, workflow), of connecting people with a series of content management knowledge (taxonomies and documents classification, ontologies or thesauri, search engines, portals), to the  ...  This paper aims to analyze the different forms of intelligence within organizations in a systemic and inclusive vision, in order to conceptualize an integrated environment based on Distributed Artificial  ...  Verification of these systems requires fulfilling the restrictions due to implementation and environment, requiring a qualitative analysis prior to a quantitative one (Mazilescu 2010) .  ... 
doaj:545acb1661d94857b39cca1314598076 fatcat:ysqzqwhocrd3lgsmj4vadg6pfq

Doing social network ethics: a critical, interdisciplinary approach

Simon Jones
2017 Information Technology and People  
Purpose This paper proposes an inter-disciplinary approach to the ethics of social networking services (SNS) that connects critical analysis with the doing of ethics in terms of both pedagogic and technological  ...  Studies have looked at the significance of SNS as forms of computer-mediated communication used to create new kinds of "networked publics", particularly amongst young people (boyd and Ellison, 2008) .  ...  Many are advertising free, built on open-source software, run on a non-profit basis, and do not track their users.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-04-2016-0093 fatcat:pyey5bcksvdnvdkl4oq3t4qlwq

The Health Sector - From Desideratum to Real Reform

Larisa MIHOREANU
2019 Journal of Economic Development, Environment and People  
The implementation of the innovative and realistic reform would diminish the national burden, make people embrace the responsibility of active citizenship letting them to get involved in any process that  ...  The paper states the necessity to implement a new model of management in the health sector, based on a new concept, of synergetic satisfaction having an institutional relation between patient and medical  ...  An intelligent vision for smart times still remains vital: a performing business based on interactive analysis developed using intelligent tools of simulations are expected to pursue the universal health  ... 
doi:10.26458/jedep.v8i2.627 fatcat:lngr7zqw7zetdccgru6bznm5zu

Making Sense of Digital Footprints in Team-Based Legal Investigations: The Acquisition of Focus

Simon Attfield, Ann Blandford
2011 Human-Computer Interaction  
Simon Attfield is a information interaction specialist with an interest in how people work with information and what this means for the design of human-centered interactive systems; he is a Senior Lecturer  ...  in the Interaction Design Centre of Middlesex University.  ...  However, qualitative, inductive data analysis is itself a sensemaking process, having many of the properties of sensemaking described in the literature and reviewed above.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2011.556548 fatcat:znme3ona2zf27ohgmugttpphh4

An exploratory study of public reports to investigate patterns and themes of requests for sexual images of minors online

Ethel Quayle, Emily Newman
2016 Crime Science  
The present study is different as it used reports from the public to Cybertip.ca to make sense of the types of behaviour that alerted concerned adults, and occasionally young people, to make a report;  ...  There have also been a number of studies using chat log data between offenders and adults pretending to be children.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Cybertip.ca who were central to the design and governance of the research, the provision of anonymised data and feedback concerning the initial analysis  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40163-016-0050-0 fatcat:tfb4snqijjdy7fakny3wd4amsa

An Exploration of Social Functioning in Young People with Eating Disorders: A Qualitative Study

Krisna Patel, Kate Tchanturia, Amy Harrison, Emmanuel Manalo
2016 PLoS ONE  
Key areas for service provision were: management of anxiety, development and/or maintenance of a social network and development of inter and intrapersonal skills.  ...  Data were analysed using thematic analysis and six core themes were identified: group belonging, self-monitoring, social sensitivity, impact of hospitalisation, limited coping strategies and strategies  ...  assistance around the practicalities of the focus groups was highly valuable.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159910 pmid:27458808 pmcid:PMC4961427 fatcat:pwhrv72qq5conjvqliooyjuk6m
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