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A web-based rapid prototyping and clinical conversational system that complements electronic patient record system

J H Kim, R Ferziger, H B Kawaloff, D Z Sands, C Safran, W V Slack
2001 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
Even the most extensive hospital information system cannot support all the complex and ever-changing demands associated with a clinical database, such as providing department or personal data forms, and  ...  Incorporation of extensive and loosely structured clinical data into an existing medical record system is an essential step towards a comprehensive clinical information system, and can best be achieved  ...  The project designer program provides an intuitive and progressive means of project development.  ... 
pmid:11604813 fatcat:hb3ysrbpkvcdbniwryrfmnees4

Poultry production: a model for developing interactive Internet-based distance education

J. Emmert, A. Shortridge, S. Sexton
2003 Poultry Science  
The objective of this project was to address the demand for information by developing two Webbased poultry production courses that cover management of broilers, turkeys, breeders, and layers.  ...  The Internet was chosen as the platform because it is asynchronous and may be accessed from any connected site around the world.  ...  As a result of this project, two web-based poultry production courses were developed.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ps/82.5.727 pmid:12762393 fatcat:dvegtfbpojf6tco22uidjhdcki

The Internet as a Tool for Communication in Design Projects

Hilary Grierson
2004 CEBE Transactions  
This aspect of technology forms the core of the Internet & WWW Module within which the aim is to investigate the strengths and weaknesses of the Internet as a design communication medium and also to promote  ...  Building on knowledge gained from the ICON projects [1] [2], the Internet Design Project (IDP) was first conceived and offered to students at the end of 1999.  ...  Michael Grant, Director of Computer-aided Building Design Course. Charlie Brown, Chief Technician. Peter Welsh, Part-time tutor.  ... 
doi:10.11120/tran.2004.01020077 fatcat:egphq7hwajfoteptjmmr3afbei

RTD2015 28 Free as in wifi, public as in network: A practice based investigation of networked public space

RTD Conference, Cally Gatehouse
2019 Figshare  
Presenting the project as a work in progress, this paper outlines the insights gained through the design process and also points towards the potential contribution of participatory design methods such  ...  The aim of this research is to ask what 'free' and 'public' mean in the context of wireless networks. Is it free as in beer? Or free as in speech? Should it be 'free at the point of access'?  ...  This focus should provide the means of addressing this problem of creating a good setting for engaging in a constructive dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1327989.v1 fatcat:jhxsxblhvjgubahr54d73tl57e


E.V. Gorina
2015 Russian Linguistic Bulletin  
The article reviews three types of paragraphemic tools (graphic tools, spatial composition techniques and illustrations) and their functions on the Internet.  ...  with a human being and form a conceptual feature of the World Wide Web – its variant nature.  ...  Such communication when graphics is a substitute for words and mathematical symbols or punctuation marks re-create speakers' emotions is ordinary for the Internet [Paulsen: 2014].  ... 
doi:10.18454/rulb.4.17 fatcat:4nsyifignfa6vj5ipyzxibhthm

An Architecture for Natural Language Dialog Applications in Data Exploration and Presentation Domain

Algirdas Laukaitis, Olegas Vasilecas, Raimondas Berniunas, Eimontas Augilius
2005 Symposium on Advances in Databases and Information Systems  
Presented architecture can be integrated as a part of corporate information delivery web portal to bring new modalities for user interfaces.  ...  On this NLD architecture we implemented open source project for data exploration when the system user explores corporate data in the terms of machine human dialog.  ...  Based on the paradigm of mobile agents, we present a model for expressing knowledge that has been acquired continuously by individuals and groups of users and for using this as a means for semantic identification  ... 
dblp:conf/adbis/LaukaitisVBA05 fatcat:qrno2j3fozajjn4kc3jbhkos7y

History of the Internet.pdf

Cathleen Dixon
2020 Figshare  
This is an assignment on the history of the Internet  ...  For example, Al Gore and Europe's dialogues regarding information electronic telecommunications and the data culture were growing, the Internet and the Web created opportunities for all.  ...  (ARPANET) encouraged the sharing of information done by means of a notion dispersed packet-switching setup by RAND, MIT and UCLA (Cohen-Almagor (2011).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.11988225.v1 fatcat:l77k7qtiy5gt5eftcwx66hm3cy


Tetiana V. Kramarenko
2021 Vìsnik Unìversitetu ìmenì Alʹfreda Nobelâ: Serìâ Pedagogìka ì Psihologiâ  
The requirements for professional dialogue mediated by computer means are presented.  ...  The issues of culture and ethics of behavior in the information space during the dialogue mediated by modern means of telecommunications, the use of information presented in information networks are substantiated  ...  Nowadays the Internet has created a certain culture in the modern world which has its own characteristics which are most evident during the dialogue among users of the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.32342/2522-4115-2021-2-22-24 doaj:e2ef9b4632cd4cb8a5ad5e6d25311ae9 fatcat:odyrqm2qufdhlltzgartbsfgpa

Complementing your TV-viewing by web content automatically-transformed into TV-program-type content

Akiyo Nadamoto, Katsumi Tanaka
2005 Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '05  
Despite much talk about the fusion of broadcasting and the Internet, no technology has been established for fusing web and TV program content.  ...  We present three different prototype systems, u-Pav which reads out the entire text of web content and presents image animation, Web2TV which reads out the entire text of web content and presents character  ...  Another of our projects involves research on presenting content in web-browser-style and parallel presentation, e.g. Miyamori et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1101149.1101157 dblp:conf/mm/NadamotoT05 fatcat:fkigpkdgb5h77fn3otdcp7e2jm

Arguing on the Semantic Grid [chapter]

Paolo Torroni, Marco Gavanelli, Federico Chesani
2009 Argumentation in Artificial Intelligence  
At a more abstract level, dialogue is a particular form of interaction, and the Semantic Grid, from Grid computing through Web services to Web 2.0 is all about interaction.  ...  The graphical Web Service-Choreography Description Language (WS-CDL) 13 instead assumes that services are organized like a choreography, where each peer plays a role and the overall system is given by  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-98197-0_21 fatcat:kd2a6j4drfaenpxxdpfwzzhdkm

Debating Technology for Dialogical Argument

John Lawrence, Mark Snaith, Barbara Konat, Katarzyna Budzynska, Chris Reed
2017 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology  
Through the use of a running example taken from the domain of citizen dialogue, we demonstrate for the first time that different Argument Web components focusing on sensemaking, engagement, and analytics  ...  Our aim in this article is to show that the Argument Web, a vision for integrated, reusable, semantically rich resources connecting views, opinions, arguments, and debates online, offers a solution to  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their comments on earlier versions of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3007210 fatcat:q4gnhqdfyzaqlm5a6zaef5rviq


A. Marchenko
The article presents the results of the concept analysis, information and communication technology of education as a parallel, interconnected development of computer technology in the framework of educational  ...  The potential and prospects for the development of information technologies in the modern educational environment are revealed.  ...  experience in the process of perception[8].Special features for creating installations and for viewing them include computer technologies, in particular virtual environments created by their means -virtual  ... 
doi:10.26886/2520-7474.1(33)2019.5 fatcat:6azuyf6ma5hqfnh35z5gbuww24

An Entertaining Way to Access Web Content [chapter]

Giacomo Poretti, Alberto Sollberger
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The project is aimed at simplifying the access to web content and at defining an entertaining way to make use of Internet services.  ...  This software application implements an interpreter and a graphic engine, which allows the results of a web-based database search to be viewed as a "game-like" 3D graphical representation.  ...  In these and other similar cases, the use of 3D does not offer a real life metaphor to the result set, but creates graphical effects to emphasize the quantitative meaning of data and their relationships  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-28643-1_68 fatcat:wflw3xmp25e5jhhgwhjodj2ble

Auracle: a voice-controlled, networked sound instrument

2005 Organised Sound  
practices, and the use of Auracle itself as a means for communication and collaboration among developers.  ...  The architecture of the system is described in detail, including the multi-level analysis of vocal input, the communication of that analysis data across the network, and the mapping of that data onto a  ...  So the Auracle applet complements this data by uploading additional information to a server-side database, tracking each client's operating system, web browser, Java implementation, and all client-side  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355771805000968 fatcat:4wqpvsf5urebdmrzotct54eknq

Influence of Implemented Courseware on Students Knowledge Acquirement

Constantin Gelu APOSTOL, Alina Mihaela ION, Dragos Marcel VESPAN
2013 Informatică economică  
The implementation of the conceptualization, construction and dialogue stages on the university platform dedicated to students in the first year is explained.  ...  This paper presents the implementation of the courseware stages developed for an economic faculty with teaching in foreign languages with learning on campus through an assisted instruction approach based  ...  When used to create courseware, ICT represents a means of doing it and not an end in itself.  ... 
doi:10.12948/issn14531305/17.3.2013.13 fatcat:vysa5ryh55flpm2ooemwiuxj7i
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