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  • 1
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    1 2018
    ISBN: 9781782174875 
    Contributer: Mahler, Martin
    Title: Mastering Qlik Sense
    Subtitle: Expert techniques on self-service data analytics to create enterprise ready Business Intelligence solutions
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): Packt Publishing, Limited
    Year of publication: 2018
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781782174875
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: This book is your one-stop guide to mastering Qlik Sense, catering for all your organizational BI needs. You'll see how you can seamlessly navigate through tons of organizational data from multiple sources and create smart visualizations that meet your unique business needs
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  • 2
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    1 2018
    ISBN: 9781788399142 
    Contributer: Rana, Nishant
    Title: Dynamics 365 Application Development
    Subtitle: Master Professional-Level CRM Application Development for Microsoft Dynamics 365
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): Packt Publishing, Limited
    Year of publication: 2018
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781788399142
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM is the most trusted name in enterprise-level customer relationship management. The latest version of Dynamics CRM comes with the important addition of exciting features guaranteed to make your life easier. It comes straight off the shelf with a whole new frontier of updated business rules, process enhancements, SDK ..
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  • 3
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    2017
    ISBN: 9781119282785 
    Person(s): Wexler, Steve
    Contributer: Shaffer, Jeffrey , Cotgreave, Andy
    Title: The Big Book of Dashboards
    Subtitle: Visualizing Your Data Using Real-World Business Scenarios
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2017
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781119282785
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
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  • 4
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    1 2015
    ISBN: 9783959342308 
    Title: Produktinformations-Management-Systeme
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): Diplomica Verlag
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9783959342308
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
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  • 5
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    2015
    ISBN: 9780081002438 
    Contributer: Håkansson, Charlotte
    Title: Competitive Intelligence for Information Professionals
    Publisher(s): Elsevier Science & Technology
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780081002438
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Information professionals should be able to take a proactive role as a strategic partner in their organization's competitive intelligence. Their role needs to focus on the "outside-in" approach, based on their organization's strategic needs and objectives. Competitive Intelligence for Information Professionals explores the role of strategic information and intelligence in organizations, and assesses the values and needs of intelligence in organizations. The book provides guidance on how to work strategically with competitive intelligence, methods for monitoring and analysis and a process-oriented approach. Chapters include discussions on how news monitoring and competitive intelligence interact and how this offers opportunities for cooperation between different departments. Cases from the authors' own experiences when working with competitive intelligence in international corporations are also included. Competitive intelligence (CI) is a new area for Information professionals Offers perspectives on a new trend within the library and information sector Provides a comprehensive approach to CI
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  • 6
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    2015
    ISBN: 9780128013731 
    Contributer: Twing, Dan , Sturm, Rick
    Title: CMDB Systems
    Subtitle: Making Change Work in the Age of Cloud and Agile
    Publisher(s): Elsevier Science & Technology
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780128013731
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
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  • 7
    Contributer: Zelm, Martin , Archimède, Bernard , Benaben, édérick , Doumeignts, Guy , Archimède, Bernard , Benaben, édérick , Doumeignts, Guy , Benaben, Frederick
    Title: Enterprise Interoperability
    Subtitle: Interoperability for Agility, Resilience and Plasticity of Collaborations (I-ESA 14 Proceedings)
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781119081401
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Preface xiM. LAURAS, M. ZELM, B. ARCHIMÈDE, F. BÉNABEN, G. DOUMEINGTS Workshop 1. IoT Interoperability for Manufacturing: Challenges and Experiences 1 Report - D. ROTONDI 2 Smart Industry Services in Times of Internet of Things and Cloud Computing 5M. SERRANO, P. DIMITROPOULOS Designing and Executing Interoperable IoT Manufacturing Systems 15U. KANNENGIESSER, G. WEICHHART Internet of Things Research on Semantic Interoperability to Address Manufacturing Challenges 21P. COUSIN, M. SERRANO, J. SOLDATOS Manufacturing Integration Challenges: Top-Down Interoperability and Bottom-Up Comprehensiveness Towards a Global Information Backbone for Smart Factory 31V.K. NGUYEN An Improved Decision Support System in Factory Shop-Floor through an IoT Approach 37P. PETRALI Leveraging IoT Interoperability for Enhanced Business Process in Smart, Digital and Virtual Factories 43J. SOLA, A. GONZALEZ, O. LAZARO Workshop 2. Future Internet Methods, Architectures and Services for Digital Business Innovation in Manufacturing, Health and Logistics Enterprises 49 Report 50S. GUSMEROLI, G. DOUMEINGTS Future Internet Technologies and Platforms to Support Smart, Digital and Virtual and Business Processes for Manufacturing 53J. SOLA, A. GONZALEZ, O. LAZARO Delivering Care in a Future Internet59 C. THUEMMLER, T. JELL FITMAN Verification and Validation Method: Business Performance Indicators and Technical Indicators 64G. DOUMEINGTS, B. CARSALADE, M. RAVELOMANANTSOA, F. LAMPATHAKI, P. KOKKINAKOS, D. PANOPOULOS Validation and Quality in FI-PPP e-Health Use Case, FI-STAR Project 71P. COUSIN, S. FRICKER, D. FEHLMY, F. LE GALL, M. FIEDLER Workshop 3. ICT Services and Interoperability for Manufacturing 81 Report82K. POPPLEWELL Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks 85R.I.M. YOUNG, K. POPPLEWELL
    Abstract: F.-W. JAEKEL, B. OTTO, G. BHULLAR Binding Together Heterogeneous Future Internet Services in Manufacturing Workplaces 91M. SESANA, S. GUSMEROLI, R. SANGUINI Holistic, Scalable and Semantic Approach at Interoperable Virtual Factories 95G. PAVLOV, V. MANAFOV, I. PAVLOVA, A. MANAFOV Predictive Industrial Maintenance: A Collaborative Approach 101F. FERREIRA, A. SHAMSUZZOHA, A. AZEVEDO, P. HELO On Optimizing Collaborative Manufacturing Processes in Virtual Factories 108D. SCHULLER, R. HANS, S. ZÖLLER, R. STEINMETZ Modelling Interoperability-Related, Economic and Efficiency Benefits in Dynamic Manufacturing Networks through Cognitive Mapping 115O.I. MARKAKI, S. KOUSSOURIS, P. KOKKINAKOS, D. PANOPOULOS, D. ASKOUNIS Cloud-Based Interoperability for Dynamic Manufacturing Networks 122D. STOCK, A. BILDSTEIN A smart Mediator to Integrate Dynamic Networked Enterprises 128C. DIOP, A. KAMOUN, E. MEZGHANI, M. ZOUARI, E. EXPOSITO Workshop 4. SmartNets - Collaborative Development and Production of Knowledge-Intensive Products and Services 135 Report 136A. LAU The Industrial Model of Smart Networks for SME Collaboration: Implementation and Success Stories 139A. LAU, M. TILEBEIN, T. FISCHER Towards a Conceptual Model of the Resource Base for Hyperlinking in Innovation Networks 146S.-V. REHM, S. GROSS Enhanced Incubators: Fostering Collaboration, Growth and Innovation 152T.J. MARLOWE, V. KIROVA, M. MOHTASHAMI Application of the SmartNets Methodology in Manufacturing Service Ecosystems 158M. HIRSCH, D. OPRESNIK, H. MATHEIS Application of a Domain-Specific Language to Support the User-Oriented Definition of Visualizations in the Context of Collaborative Product Development 164T. RESCHENHOFER, I. MONAHOV, F. MATTHES Workshop 5. Collaboration Issues for City-Logistics 171 Report - G. MACE-RAMETE, J. GONZALEZ-FELIU 172 Simulation-Based
    Abstract: Analysis of Urban Freight Transport with Stochastic Features 175N. HERAZO-PADILLA, J.R. MONTOYA-TORRES, S. NIETO-ISAZA, L. RAMIREZ POLO, L. CASTRO, D. RAMÍREZ, C.L. QUINTERO-ARAÚJO Impacts of Urban Logistics on Traffic Flow Dynamics 181N. CHIABAUT, J.-M. SIGAUD, G. MARQUES, J. GONZALEZ-FELIU A Basic Collaborative City Logistics' Solution: The Urban Consolidation Centre 188L. FAURE, B. MONTREUIL, G. MARQUÈS, P. BURLAT VRP Algorithms for Decision Support Systems to Evaluate Collaborative Urban Freight Transport Systems 196J. GONZALEZ-FELIU, J.-M. SALANOVA GRAU The Last Food Mile Concept as a City Logistics Solution for Perishable Products: The Case of Parma's Food Urban Distribution Center 202E. MORGANTI, J. GONZALEZ-FELIU Supporting Decision for Road Crisis Management through an Agile and Collaborative Information System 208G. MACÉ-RAMÈTE, F. BÉNABEN, M. LAURAS, J. LAMOTHE Workshop 6. Applications of Advanced Technologies in the Context of Disaster Relief and Crisis Management 213 Report - A. CHARLES214 Enhancing the Emergency Response Using an Event-Driven System 216A.-M. BARTHE-DELANOË, F. BÉNABEN, M. LAURAS, S. TRUPTIL Designing Decision Support Systems for Humanitarian Organisations: Requirements and Issues 222K. SAKSRISATHAPORN, A. CHARLES, A. BOURAS From Global to Local Disaster Resilience: The Case of Typhoon Haiyan 228T. COMES, B. VAN DE WALLE Workshop 8. Corporate Standardisation Management 235 Report - K. JAKOBS 236 Lack of Openness as a Potential Failure in Standardisation Management: Lessons Learnt from Setbacks in European Learning Technology Standardisation 238T. HOEL The Individual in Standard Setting: Selection, Training, Motivation in the Public Sector 244G. CANARSLAN A Framework for the Management of Intra-Organizational Security Process Standardization 250C. SILLABER, M. BRUNNER, R. BREU
    Abstract: Standards Roles in Hacklin's Strategic Model: Cases in the Space Sector 256K. BENMEZIANE, A. MIONE Standardization Management and Decision-Making: The Case of a Large Swedish Automotive Manufacturer 261A. FOUKAKI Some Factors Influencing Corporate ICT Standardisation Management 267K. JAKOBS Workshop 9. Standardisation Developments for Enterprise Interoperability and the Manufacturing Service Domain 273 Report - M. ZELM, D. CHEN 274 Towards Standardisation in Manufacturing Service Engineering of Ecosystem 277M. ZELM, G. DOUMEINGTS Framework for Manufacturing Servitization: Potentials for standardization 283D. CHEN, S. GUSMEROLI How Can Existing Standards Support Service Life Cycle Management 290M. FREITAG, M. HIRSCH, J. NEUHÜTTLER An Approach to Interoperability Testing to Speed up the Adoption of Standards 295A. BRUTTI, P. DE SABBATA, N. GESSA A Common Vocabulary to Express Standardization Features: Towards the Interoperability of Industrial Data Standards 301A.-F. CUTTING-DECELLE, G.-I. MAGNAN, C. MOUTON, R.I.M. YOUNG An Info*Engine-Based Architecture to Support Interoperability with Windchill System 308M. ANIS DHUIEB, F. BELKADI, F. LAROCHE, A. BERNARD  Doctoral Symposium 315 Report - B. ARCHIMÈDE, J. LAMOTHE 316 Build Enterprise Relationship Network to Support Collaborative Business 318L. WANG, S. LIU, L. WU, L. PAN, X. MENG Analysing Internet of Things to Feed Internet of Knowledge: Support Decision-Making in Crisis Context 325A. SIRKO, S. TRUPTIL, A.-M. BARTHE- DELANOË, F. BÉNABEN On the Interoperability in Marine Pollution Disaster Management 331V. NICOLESCU, M. CARAIVAN, G. SOLOMON, V. CIUPINA A Framework for Characterizing Collaborative Networks of Organizations 337A. MONTARNAL, X. FERNANDEZ, J. LAMOTHE, F. GALASSO, C. THIERRY, F. BÉNABEN, M. LAURAS Index of Authors 343
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  • 8
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    2015
    ISBN: 9780128008140 
    Person(s): Kukunas, Jim
    Title: Power and Performance
    Subtitle: Software Analysis and Optimization
    Publisher(s): Elsevier Science & Technology
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780128008140
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Power and Performance: Software Analysis and Optimization is a guide to solving performance problems in modern Linux systems. Power-efficient chips are no help if the software those chips run on is inefficient. Starting with the necessary architectural background as a foundation, the book demonstrates the proper usage of performance analysis tools in order to pinpoint the cause of performance problems, and includes best practices for handling common performance issues those tools identify. Provides expert perspective from a key member of Intel's optimization team on how processors and memory systems influence performance Presents ideas to improve architectures running mobile, desktop, or enterprise platforms Demonstrates best practices for designing experiments and benchmarking throughout the software lifecycle Explains the importance of profiling and measurement to determine the source of performance issues
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  • 9
    Contributer: Askitas, Nikolaos , Zimmermann, Klaus
    Title: Using internet activity data to analyze human resources issues
    Publisher(s): Emerald Publishing Limited
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781785601453
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: This special issue of the International Journal of Manpower examines the potentials and challenges of Internet data or "Big Data" for research in the social sciences with a special focus on human resources issues. Internet data are increasingly representing a large part of everyday life. The information is timely, perhaps even daily following the factual process. It typically involves large numbers of observations and allows for flexible conceptual forms and experimental settings. The introduction paper by Nikolaos Askitas and Klaus F. Zimmermann on "The Internet as a Data Source for Advancement in Social Sciences" reviews the issues and surveys the relevant literature. Internet data can be applied to a wide range of issues including forecasting (e.g. of unemployment, consumption goods, tourism, festival winners and the like), nowcasting (obtaining relevant information much earlier than through traditional data-collection techniques), detecting health issues and well-being (e.g. flu, malaise and ill-being during economic crises), documenting the matching process in various parts of the individual life (e.g., jobs, partnership, shopping, preferences), and measuring complex processes where traditional data have known deficits (e.g. international migration, collective bargaining agreements in developing countries). The paper by Emilio Zagheni and Ingmar Weber on "Demographic Research with Non-Representative Internet Data" addresses the two most critical methodological issues in the use of internet data: non-representativeness and selection bias. It proposes a framework to collect web data and discusses possible estimation methods. The paper also surveys relevant demographic literature, in particular in the area of migration, where useful data about the mobility process are typically scarce in the traditional data sources.Two papers study well-being
    Abstract: from different data sources. Nikolaos Askitas and Klaus F. Zimmermann are examining "Health and Well-Being in the Great Recession" using Google activity data to trace and document the impact of the 2008 Financial and Economic Crisis on well-being. They are able to confirm previous knowledge from the economics of health, well-being and the business cycle. Martin Guzi and Pablo de Pedraza in their article "A Web Survey Analysis of Subjective Well-being" employ data from the voluntary web-survey WageIndicator project. They confirm that job characteristics affect job satisfaction and identify spillovers, since satisfaction in one domain affects other domains.Margaret Maurer-Fazio and Lei Lei study the Chinese Internet job board labor market in their paper "As Rare as a Panda": How Facial Attractiveness, Gender, and Occupation Affect Interview Callbacks at Chinese Firms". They examine in a resume audit (correspondence) study, how discrimination derived from gender and facial attractiveness varies across occupation, location, and firms' ownership type and size. They find that women are generally preferred to men and unattractive job candidates have a disadvantage.In their paper "Comparing Collective Bargaining Agreements for Developing Countries", Janna Besamusca and Kea Tijdens employ for the first time the web-based WageIndicator Collective Bargaining Agreement Database for 11 developing countries. They find that few agreements specify wage levels, but almost all collective agreements have clauses on wages. Their study also documents working hours, paid-leave arrangements and work-family arrangements. The final paper by Concha Artola, Fernando Pinto and Pablo de Pedraza entitled "Can Internet Searches Forecast Tourism Inflows?" represents the large literature on using internet data for forecasting purposes. Employing Google activity data, the authors
    Abstract: demonstrate that traditional time-series forecasting models for tourism inflows into Spain can be improved using Google activity measures.This special issue is of interest to researchers in the evolving field to keep them up to date with the developments of the area, to students who want to examine the potential application of such data to their own research, and to the wider public that wants to understand what reality will be faced with in a not so distant future
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  • 10
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    2015
    ISBN: 9780081002377 
    Title: Managing Scientific Information and Research Data
    Publisher(s): Elsevier Science & Technology
    Year of publication: 2015
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780081002377
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Innovative technologies are changing the way research is performed, preserved, and communicated. Managing Scientific Information and Research Data explores how these technologies are used and provides detailed analysis of the approaches and tools developed to manage scientific information and data. Following an introduction, the book is then divided into 15 chapters discussing the changes in scientific communication; new models of publishing and peer review; ethics in scientific communication; preservation of data; discovery tools; discipline-specific practices of researchers for gathering and using scientific information; academic social networks; bibliographic management tools; information literacy and the information needs of students and researchers; the involvement of academic libraries in eScience and the new opportunities it presents to librarians; and interviews with experts in scientific information and publishing. Promotes innovative technologies for creating, sharing and managing scientific content Presents new models of scientific publishing, peer review, and dissemination of information Serves as a practical guide for researchers, students, and librarians on how to discover, filter, and manage scientific information Advocates for the adoption of unique author identifiers such as ORCID and ResearcherID Looks into new tools that make scientific information easy to discover and manage Shows what eScience is and why it is becoming a priority for academic libraries Demonstrates how Electronic Laboratory Notebooks can be used to record, store, share, and manage research data Shows how social media and the new area of Altmetrics increase researchers' visibility and measure attention to their research Directs to sources for datasets Provides directions on choosing and using bibliographic management tools Critically examines the metrics used
    Abstract: to evaluate research impact Aids strategic thinking and informs decision making
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