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  • 1
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    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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  • 2
    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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  • 3
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    1 2014
    ISBN: 9781118419496 
    Title: Information Governance
    Subtitle: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2014
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118419496
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Proven and emerging strategies for addressing document and records management risk within the framework of information governance principles and best practices Information Governance (IG) is a rapidly emerging "super discipline" and is now being applied to electronic document and records management, email, social media, cloud computing, mobile computing, and, in fact, the management and output of information organization-wide. IG leverages information technologies to enforce policies, procedures and controls to manage information risk in compliance with legal and litigation demands, external regulatory requirements, and internal governance objectives. Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices reveals how, and why, to utilize IG and leverage information technologies to control, monitor, and enforce information access and security policies. Written by one of the most recognized and published experts on information governance, including specialization in e-document security and electronic records management Provides big picture guidance on the imperative for information governance and best practice guidance on electronic document and records management Crucial advice and insights for compliance and risk managers, operations managers, corporate counsel, corporate records managers, legal administrators, information technology managers, archivists, knowledge managers, and information governance professionals IG sets the policies that control and manage the use of organizational information, including social media, mobile computing, cloud computing, email, instant messaging, and the use of e-documents and records. This extends to e-discovery planning and preparation. Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices provides step-by-step guidance for developing information governance strategies and practices to
    Abstract: manage risk in the use of electronic business documents and records
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  • 4
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    Online Resource
    1 2014
    ISBN: 9781118634080 
    Person(s): High, Peter A
    Title: Implementing World Class IT Strategy
    Subtitle: How IT Can Drive Organizational Innovation
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2014
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118634080
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: The actionable guide for driving organizational innovation through better IT strategy With rare insight, expert technology strategist Peter High emphasizes the acute need for IT strategy to be developed not in a vacuum, but in concert with the broader organizational strategy. This approach focuses the development of technology tools and strategies in a way that is comprehensive in nature and designed with the concept of value in mind. The role of CIO is no longer "just" to manage IT strategy-instead, the successful executive will be firmly in tune with corporate strategy and a driver of a technology strategy that is woven into overall business objectives at the enterprise and business unit levels. High makes use of case examples from leading companies to illustrate the various ways that IT infrastructure strategy can be developed, not just to fall in line with business strategy, but to actually drive that strategy in a meaningful way. His ideas are designed to provide real, actionable steps for CIOs that both increase the executive's value to the organization and unite business and IT in a manner that produces highly-successful outcomes. Formulate clearer and better IT strategic plans Weave IT strategy into business strategy at the corporate and business unit levels Craft an infrastructure that aligns with C-suite strategy Close the gap that exists between IT leaders and business leaders While function, innovation, and design remain key elements to the development and management of IT infrastructure and operations, CIOs must now think beyond their primary purview and recognize the value their strategies and initiatives will create for the organization. With Implementing World Class IT Strategy, the roadmap to strategic IT excellence awaits
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  • 5
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    1 2014
    ISBN: 9781118898994 
    Contributer: Delavallade, Thomas
    Title: Information Evaluation
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2014
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118898994
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: During the reception of a piece of information, we are never passive. Depending on its origin and content, from our personal beliefs and convictions, we bestow upon this piece of information, spontaneously or after reflection, a certain amount of confidence. Too much confidence shows a degree of naivety, whereas an absolute lack of it condemns us as being paranoid. These two attitudes are symmetrically detrimental, not only to the proper perception of this information but also to its use. Beyond these two extremes, each person generally adopts an intermediate position when faced with the reception of information, depending on its provenance and credibility. We still need to understand and explain how these judgements are conceived, in what context and to what end. Spanning the approaches offered by philosophy, military intelligence, algorithmics and information science, this book presents the concepts of information and the confidence placed in it, the methods that militaries, the first to be aware of the need, have or should have adopted, tools to help them, and the prospects that they have opened up. Beyond the military context, the book reveals ways to evaluate information for the good of other fields such as economic intelligence, and, more globally, the informational monitoring by governments and businesses. Contents 1. Information: Philosophical Analysis and Strategic Applications, Mouhamadou El Hady Ba and Philippe Capet. 2. Epistemic Trust, Gloria Origgi. 3. The Fundamentals of Intelligence, Philippe Lemercier. 4. Information Evaluation in the Military Domain: Doctrines, Practices and Shortcomings, Philippe Capet and Adrien Revault d'Allonnes. 5. Multidimensional Approach to Reliability Evaluation of Information Sources, Frédéric Pichon, Christophe Labreuche, Bertrand Duqueroie and Thomas Delavallade. 6. Uncertainty of an Event and its
    Abstract: Markers in Natural Language Processing, Mouhamadou El Hady Ba, Stéphanie Brizard, Tanneguy Dulong and Bénédicte Goujon. 7. Quantitative Information Evaluation: Modeling and Experimental Evaluation, Marie-Jeanne Lesot, Frédéric Pichon and Thomas Delavallade. 8. When Reported Information Is Second Hand, Laurence Cholvy. 9. An Architecture for the Evolution of Trust: Definition and Impact of the Necessary Dimensions of Opinion Making, Adrien Revault d'Allonnes. About the Authors Philippe Capet is a project manager and research engineer at Ektimo, working mainly on information management and control in military contexts. Thomas Delavallade is an advanced studies engineer at Thales Communications & Security, working on social media mining in the context of crisis management, cybersecurity and the fight against cybercrime
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  • 6
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    2 2014
    ISBN: 9781118842362 
    Contributer: Rogers, Robin D
    Title: Excel Dashboards and Reports for Dummies
    Edition: 2
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2014
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118842362
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Create dynamic dashboards and put your data on display with For Dummies No matter what business you're in, reports have become a staple of the workplace, but what good is a report if no reads it, or even worse, understands it? This all new edition of Excel Dashboards & Reports For Dummies is here to help you make meaning of all your data and turn it into clear and actionable visualizations. Fully updated for the latest business intelligence and spreadsheet tools in Excel 2013, this book shows you how to analyze large amounts of data, quickly slice data into various views on the fly, automate redundant reporting, create eye-catching visualizations, and more. Helps you move beyond reporting data with simple tables, rows, and columns to designing high-impact reports, dashboards, and visuals Walks you through a wide array of technical and analytical concepts to give you the background you need to select the right tool for interpreting and displaying data Covers how to build a chart, work with pivot tables, group and bucket your data, represent trends, create What-If analyses, and increase the value of your reports Excel Dashboards & Reports For Dummies, 2nd Edition is the business analysis tool you need to transform your raw data into a powerful and effective presentation that is accessible to everyone
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  • 7
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    1 2013
    ISBN: 9781118417133 
    Person(s): Dimon, Ron
    Title: Enterprise Performance Management Done Right
    Subtitle: An Operating System for Your Organization
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2013
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118417133
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: A workable blueprint for developing and implementing performance management in order to improve revenue growth and profit margins Enterprise performance management (EPM) technology has been rapidly advancing, especially in the areas of predictive analysis and cloud-based solutions. Real Enterprise Performance Management introduces a framework for implementing and managing next-generation functionality for better insight, focus, and alignment of EPM. This blueprint shows that EPM can have a direct positive impact on revenue growth, operating margin, asset utilization, and cash cycle efficiency. Introduces a framework for implementing and managing next-generation functionality for better insight, focus, and alignment Reveals that EPM can have a strong impact on revenue growth, operating margin, asset utilization, cash cycle efficiency Today's businesses have a great deal of data and technology, but less-than-fact decisions are still made. Executives need a structured framework for gathering, analyzing, and debating the best ways to deploy capital, people and time. Real Enterprise Performance Management joins IT and finance in a digestible blueprint for developing and implementing performance management in order to improve revenue growth and profit margins
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  • 8
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    1 2013
    ISBN: 9781118740033 
    Person(s): Schmarzo, Bill
    Contributer: Schmarzo, Bill
    Title: Big Data
    Subtitle: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2013
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118740033
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: Leverage big data to add value to your business Social media analytics, web-tracking, and other technologies help companies acquire and handle massive amounts of data to better understand their customers, products, competition, and markets. Armed with the insights from big data, companies can improve customer experience and products, add value, and increase return on investment. The tricky part for busy IT professionals and executives is how to get this done, and that's where this practical book comes in. Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business is a complete how-to guide to leveraging big data to drive business value. Full of practical techniques, real-world examples, and hands-on exercises, this book explores the technologies involved, as well as how to find areas of the organization that can take full advantage of big data. Shows how to decompose current business strategies in order to link big data initiatives to the organization's value creation processes Explores different value creation processes and models Explains issues surrounding operationalizing big data, including organizational structures, education challenges, and new big data-related roles Provides methodology worksheets and exercises so readers can apply techniques Includes real-world examples from a variety of organizations leveraging big data Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business is written by one of Big Data's preeminent experts, William Schmarzo. Don't miss his invaluable insights and advice
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  • 9
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    1 2013
    ISBN: 9781118790144 
    Title: Geographical Information Retrieval in Textual Corpora
    Edition: 1
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2013
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118790144
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: This book addresses the field of geographic information extraction and retrieval from textual documents. Geographic information retrieval is a rapidly emerging subject, a trend fostered by the growing power of the Internet and the emerging possibilities of data dissemination. After positioning his work in this field in Chapter 1, the author makes proposals in the following two chapters. Chapter 2 focuses on spatial and temporal information indexing and retrieval in corpora of textual documents. Propositions for both spatial and temporal information retrieval (IR) are made. Chapter 3 tackles the use of generalized spatial and temporal indexes, which are produced from there in the framework of multi-criteria IR. Geographic IR (GIR) is discussed at length, since this IR combines the criteria of spatial, temporal and thematic research. The author provides a rich bibliographical study of the current approaches focused on the modeling and retrieval of spatial and temporal information in textual documents, and similarity measures developed thus far in the literature. The book concludes with a broad perspective of the remaining scientific challenges. Several areas of research are discussed, such as integration of a domain-based ontology, modeling of spatial footprints from the interpretation of spatial relation, and parsing of relations between features deemed relevant within a document resulting from a GIR process. Contents Foreword, Christophe Claramunt. 1. Access by Geographic Content to Textual Corpora: What Orientations ? 2. Spatial and Temporal Information Retrieval in Textual Corpora. 3. Multicriteria Information Retrieval in Textual Corpora. 4. General Conclusion. About the Authors Christian Sallaberry is currently Assistant Professor at the Law, Economics and Management Faculty in Pau, France. His current research interests are in the fields of
    Abstract: geographical information retrieval (GIR) in textual corpora: spatial, temporal and thematic information recognition, analyzing, indexing and retrieval. He is interested in spatial, temporal and thematic criteria combinations within a GIR process
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  • 10
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    2 2013
    ISBN: 9781118647691 
    Person(s): Kumar, Vijay
    Title: Fundamentals of Pervasive Information Management Systems
    Edition: 2
    Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Year of publication: 2013
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781118647691
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis zum Jahresende
    Abstract: VIJAY KUMAR, PhD, is Professor of Computer Science in the department of Computer Science Electrical Engineering at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dr. Kumar has served as a consultant to the United Nations and is on the editorial review board of several peer-reviewed journals. He is the editor-in-chief of two peer-reviewed journals: International Journal of Next Generation Computing (IJNGC) and International Journal of Computer Science (IJCS). His research interests include recovery and security in mobile database systems, workflow on the web, mobile computing databases, data warehousing, and web security
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