Informatik als Dialog zwischen Theorie und Anwendung:Festschrift für Volker Claus zum 65. Geburtstag. Auflage 2009
Informatik als Dialog zwischen Theorie und Anwendung:Festschrift für Volker Claus zum 65. Geburtstag. Auflage 2009
Die Einhaltung von externen und internen Compliance-Richtlinien ist für Unternehmen von immer wichtigerer Bedeutung. Die Gründe hierfür sind zum einen die Vermeidung von Strafen, die Unterbindung von Wirtschaftskriminalität sowie die Effizienzsteigerung von Prozessen und ein positiver Stakeholder-Dialog. Compliance-Konformität ist jedoch für Akteure oft mit erheblichem Aufwand verbunden. Eine Compliance-Management-Lösung muss implementiert, aktualisiert und stetig in den Geschäftsprozessen des Unternehmens umgesetzt werden, welche ebenso ständigen Änderungen unterliegen. Eine probate Lösung für dieses Problem kann die direkte Integration der Compliance in Geschäftsprozesse sein. Somit verschmelzen beide Systeme und es entfällt der (Synchronisierungs-)Aufwand, die Fehlerwahrscheinlichkeit sinkt und die Compliance-Konformität kann durch externe Audits besser geprüft werden. Dieser Ansatz wird in der vorliegenden Arbeit untersucht. Hierzu werden vier Forschungsfragen gestellt, welche durch die Methode der strukturierten Literaturanalyse beantwortet werden. Felix Scheinhardt, Jahrgang 1988, wurde in Halle (Saale) geboren und studierte dort nach mehrjähriger Berufsausbildung und Anstellung in der IT-Branche zuerst Wirtschaftswissenschaften und Psychologie im Bachelor- und darauf Wirtschaftsinfiormatik im Masterstudium. Seine Interessen reichen von dem Tehmenfeld Wirtschaftskrieg über Psychologie und Vertrieb bis hin zu den neuen Megatrends der IT und deren Bedeutung für die strategische Unternehmesführung.
CMDB Systems: Making Change Work in the Age of Cloud and Agile shows you how an integrated database across all areas of an organizations information system can help make organizations more efficient reduce challenges during change management and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition, this valuable reference provides guidelines that will enable you to avoid the pitfalls that cause CMDB projects to fail and actually shorten the time required to achieve an implementation of a CMDB. Drawing upon extensive experience and using illustrative real world examples, Rick Sturm, Dennis Drogseth and Dan Twing discuss: Unique insights from extensive industry exposure, research and consulting on the evolution of CMDB/CMS technology and ongoing dialog with the vendor community in terms of current and future CMDB/CMS design and plans Proven and structured best practices for CMDB deployments Clear and documented insights into the impacts of cloud computing and other advances on CMDB/CMS futures Discover unique insights from industry experts who consult on the evolution of CMDB/CMS technology and will show you the steps needed to successfully plan, design and implement CMDB Covers related use-cases from retail, manufacturing and financial verticals from real-world CMDB deployments Provides structured best practices for CMDB deployments Discusses how CMDB adoption can lower total cost of ownership, increase efficiency and optimize the IT enterprise Dennis Drogseth is Vice President/Research IT Megatrends, Analytics and CMDB Systems at Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), which provides market research and advisory services to software companies and IT executives. Dennis spent 14 years with IBM in marketing and communications, including a year of international consulting, and also worked to develop marketing strategies and new business models for Cabletrons SPECTRUM management software.
The book presents a critical evaluation of current approaches related to the use of digital games in education. The author identifies two competing paradigms: that of games-to-teach and games-to-learn. Arguing in favor of the latter, the author advances the case for approaching game-based learning through the theoretical lens of performance, rooted in play and dialog, to unlock the power of digital games for 21st century learning. Drawing upon the authors research, three concrete exemplars of game-based learning curricula are described and discussed. The challenge of advancing game-based learning in education is addressed in the context of school reform. Finally, future prospects of and educational opportunities for game-based learning are articulated. Readers of the book will find the explication of performance theory applied to game-based learning especially interesting. This work constitutes the authors original theorization. Readers will derive four main benefits: (1) an explication of the difference between game-based-teaching and game-based learning, and why this difference is of critical importance, (2) an exposition of the theory of game-based learning as performance, (3) concrete exemplars and research outcomes relating to three game-based learning curricula that have been empirically evaluated in schools, and (4) an understanding of complex issues related to the human side of school change that must be effectively addressed to achieve take-up of game-based learning in schools. Chee Yam San is an Associate Professor in the Learning Sciences & Technologies Academic Group at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He obtained his BSc (Econ) Hons from the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, and his PhD from the University of Queensland, Australia. Prof Chees research focuses on new media and new literacies in education, with a special emphasis on game-based learning in formal learning environments. Educational games that have been developed include Legends of Alkhimia, Statecraft X, Space Station Leonis, and Escape from Centauri 7. Prior work revolved around the design, development, and evaluation of learning environments that make use of distributed multimedia computer technologies to promote learning goals. Systems developed include Mind Bridges, a multimedia collaborative discussion tool, C-VISions, a 3D environment for collaborative virtual interactive simulations, and Voices of Reason, a learning environment for the development of argumentation skills. Prof Chee is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, the Australian Computer Society, the American Educational Research Association, the International AI in Education Society, the International Society of the Learning Sciences, the Jean Piaget Society, and the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research. He was President of the Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education (APSCE) for a two-year term from January 2004. Prof Chee was the Founding Executive Editor of APSCEs journal, Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning; he relinquished the position of Executive Editor at the end of 2008. He is currently an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Gaming and Computer-mediated Simulations, an Advisory Board Member of the Journal of Educational Technology & Society, and Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Game- Based Learning, the International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organization and the International Journal of Web Based Communities. In his previous employment at the National University of Singapore (NUS), Prof Chee was with the School of Computing where he taught course modules related to Cognitive Science, Human-Computer Interaction, and the Design of Learning Technologies. He also headed research efforts in the Learning Environments & Learning Science Lab while at NUS. In addition, Prof Chee held the positions of Associate Director, Centre for the Development of Teaching and Learning (February 1999-December 2002) and Deputy Director, Centre for Instructional Technology (February 1999-May 2000).
Der Tagungsband zur vierten Berliner IT-Sicherheitskonferenz 2014 zeichnet zusammenfassend ein aktuelles Lagebild der Security Landschaft. Ausgewiesene Kompetenz- und Entscheidungsträger zeigen Entwicklungen wie die geplante europäische Datenschutzverordnung oder Sicherheitsanforderungen aus Szenarien der Industrie 4.0 auf. Denn es bewahrheitet sich, dass folgende Weisheit angesichts zunehmender Digitalisierung und Vernetzung heute noch gilt: Tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis, die Zeiten ändern sich, und wir ändern uns in ihnen. Technologien entwickeln sich, Bedürfnisse der Kunden und Konsumenten werden geweckt und geben Impulse für neue Technologien. In der Wechselwirkung stellen sich manche Fragen neu: Kann ich mich auf Produkte und Services verlassen, sind sie zuverlässig und vertrauensvoll? Es ist offenbar schwierig, die treffenden Fragen zu stellen und noch schwieriger, die richtigen Antworten zu finden. Jedoch ist ein kritischer und dauerhafter Dialog notwendig, um Antworten nahe zu kommen. Die Akteure der Konferenz streben beides an. Dr.-Ing. Udo Bub ist Geschäftsführer der EIT ICT Labs Germany GmbH und Mitbegründer der Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories, wo er ab 2004 unter anderem die Sicherheitsforschung aufgebaut hatte. Viktor Deleski ist beim Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte und Integrierte Sicherheit AISEC in München beschäftigt und verantwortet dort den Bereich Public Relations & Marketing. Klaus-Dieter Wolfenstetter ist Diplom-Mathematiker, IT-Sicherheitsexperte mit langjähriger Erfahrung in Forschung und Entwicklung. Er ist bei den Deutsche Telekom AG Innovation Laboratories beschäftigt.
Packed with new material and research, this second edition of George Friedmans bestselling Constraint Theory remains an invaluable reference for all engineers, mathematicians, and managers concerned with modeling. As in the first edition, this text analyzes the way Constraint Theory employs bipartite graphs and presents the process of locating the kernel of constraint trillions of times faster than brute-force approaches, determining model consistency and computational allowability. Unique in its abundance of topological pictures of the material, this book balances left- and right-brain perceptions to provide a thorough explanation of multidimensional mathematical models. Much of the extended material in this new edition also comes from Phan Phans PhD dissertation in 2011, titled Expanding Constraint Theory to Determine Well-Posedness of Large Mathematical Models. Praise for the first edition: Dr. George Friedman is indisputably the father of the very powerful methods of constraint theory. --Cornelius T. Leondes, UCLA Groundbreaking work. ... Friedmans accomplishment represents engineering at its finest. ... The credibility of the theory rests upon the formal proofs which are interspersed among the illuminating hypothetical dialog sequences between manager and analyst, which bring out distinctions that the organization must face, en route to accepting Friedmans work as essential to achieve quality control in developing and applying large models. --John N. Warfield ?George Friedman is a Professor of Practice in the Astronautical Engineering Department of the Viterbi School of Engineering of the University of Southern California. He has developed and taught graduate courses in systems engineering with emphasis on the management of complexity and decision science. This book is the product of one of these courses. He has had over 45 years of experience in industry, retiring from the Northrop Corporation as their Corporate Vice President of Engineering and Technology. He worked on a wide variety of aerospace programs and served as a consultant to all branches of the Department of Defense, NASA, the National Science Foundation, and Department of Energy as well as to the NATO industrial advisory group. He was a founder of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), served as its third president, was elected a fellow and is on the editorial board of INCOSEs journal, Systems Engineering. He has also been a member of the Instit ute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) since its formation from the IRE and AIEE, was elected a fellow and was the vice president for publications of the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronics Systems. He received the Baker Prize for the best paper published by all societies of the IEEE in 1970 -- the subject of the paper was Constraint Theory. Phan Phan is a Lecturer in the Astronautical Engineering Department of the Viterbi School of Engineering of the University of Southern California (USC). He has assisted and taught graduate courses in systems engineering, systems management, lean operations and economic analysis. He has had over 36 years of technical and managerial experience in government, military and various industries, including oil & gas exploration, commercial and military aircraft, unmanned sensors, and major weapon systems. His industry assignments included Mobil Research & Development, Ge neral Dynamics, Lockheed Aeronautical Systems, McDonnell Douglas and Boeing Integrated Defense Systems. As a registered Professional Engineer in California, he currently works as a reliability analyst with the Naval Surface Warfare Center -- Corona Division. He has also served in the U.S. Navy Reserve as an Engineering Duty Officer, attaining the rank of Captain, and currently assigned to Naval Sea Systems Command. His previous Navy assignments included Office of Naval Research/Naval Research Laboratory, Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems, Naval Space & Warfare Systems Command, Mobile Mine Assembly Group, Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach and Naval Shipyard Long Beach. He received his B.S. in Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Master of Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, MBA from California State University - Fullerton, M.S. in Systems Architecture & Engineering from USC, Master of Engineering Acoustics from the Naval Postgraduate School, and Ph.D. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from USC. The topic of his
Erzeugung interaktiver Bildverarbeitungssysteme im Dialog:Konzepte, Entwurf und Implementierung eines Dialogsystems für die Bildverarbeitung in der Medizin Informatik-Fachberichte G. Pfeiffer