III Krajowa Konferencja Naukowa Technologie Przetwarzania Danych - KKNTPD 2010

21-23.06.2010, Poznań
Politechnika Poznańska, Instytut Informatyki


Dr. Morten Middelfart, Targit
Abstract: This talk demonstrates so-called sentinels in the TARGIT BI Suite. Sentinels are novel rule-based warnings that warn a user if one or more measure changes are expected to cause a change to one of the user's critical success factors within a certain period. In the demo we show that users, without any prior technical knowledge, are able to find and use strong and specific sentinels (compared to sequential patterns and correlation techniques) in order to react much faster to the real world challenges of their organizations.

Short bio: In 1996 Morten Middelfart established a successful BI company, which, in 1997, was acquired by TARGIT who hired him as CTO. His key mission is to redefine the term "user-friendliness" within BI software and Morten's work has lead to several patents. Morten finished his first Ph.D. by publishing his book about Computer Aided Leadership and Management (CALM) which sets the agenda in university lectures. He is currently working on his second Ph.D. titled "Optimizing Business Intelligence with the OODA Framework".

Dr. Gabriella Kazai, Microsoft Research Cambridge
"Information and Activity Management with Tags, Maps, and Summaries"

Abstract: Tagging has been embraced in a wide range of online and desktop applications as a way of describing and organising documents and other media. However, we are now faced with the challenge of managing documents stored in multiple locations or accessed from a variety of online services, including social media sites such as Flickr, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and similar. There is currently no easy way to keep related documents together and view them in a coherent and unified way. Starting from the perspective of researchers in various areas, we designed a desktop-based tool for tagging documents in order to keep all the relevant information together. While working, users can tag their documents, e-mail messages, online resources and media collections, and have them all easily accessible during their activities. This reduces the overhead of browsing and recurrent use of documents from disparate collections. In addition, the system collects rich metadata about both the content and the context in which the documents were collected. It exposes this information in various authoring tools and enables users to create rich and meaningful views of the collected data in the form of maps and summaries. These can be purposefully created to facilitate discussion and knowledge exchange, or as a means to facilitate sense-making and learning. In this talk, I will describe our tagging tool, the principles that shaped its design, and detail the findings of a user study, examining how the information and activity management practices of users is supported and affected by the tool.

Short bio: Gabriella Kazai is an Associate Researcher with the Integrated Systems team at Microsoft Research Cambridge, working on development of designs and technologies for natural and effective use of computer technology. Gabriella?s research interests include design and evaluation of systems for structured document retrieval, book search, and personal digital library. Gabriella is the organizer of the Book Track at the INEX evaluation initiative, which investigates full-text searching over digitized books and studies users? interactions with e-books. Her PhD work at Queen Mary, University of London covered the evaluation of XML information retrieval.
Adaptive Indexing: Goetz Graefe,
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

Johann Eder
Alpen-Adria Klagenfurt University (Austria)

Morten Middelfart, Targit
Gabriella Kazai, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Rafał Kudliński, BI Manager, QXL Poland
Artur Wroński, IBM Polska
Piotr Skowroński, Informatica


04.05.2010 - nadsyłanie artykułów do recenzji
23.05.2010 - informacja o wynikach recenzji
31.05.2010 - nadsyłanie poprawionych artykułów do publikacji

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Przyjęte artykuły zostaną opublikowane jako rozdziały w książce wydawnictwa WNT (3 pkt. ministerialne). Część najlepszych artykułów zostanie wydana po konferencji w czasopiśmie Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences (6 pkt. ministerialnych), a część w Control & Cybernetics (lista filadelfijska, 15 pkt. ministerialnych). Uwaga: do wspomnianych czasopism będą wymagane artykuły w j. angielskim.

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- język polski lub angielski
- szablon prezentacji dowolny

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Sekretariat Konferencji TPD'2010
Politechnika Poznańska
Instytut Informatyki
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