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2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


2020 IEEE/ACM 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)

ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations,trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering. The scopeis broad and includes all original and unpublished results of empirical, conceptual, experimental,and theoretical software engineering research.


ICASSP 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)

The ICASSP meeting is the world's largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications. The conference will feature world-class speakers, tutorials, exhibits, and over 50 lecture and poster sessions.


2019 20th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The conference provides unique opportunities to bring researchers, engineers, and practitioners together to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and exchange experiences. Comprising both research and industry tracks, it serves as an important bridge between academic researchers and industry researchers. Along with the presentations of research publications, it also serves as a meeting place for technical demonstrations (demos), workshops, advanced seminars, panel discussions as well as Industrial forum to cater industrial developers.The conference focuses on research contributions in data management in mobile, ubiquitous and pervasive computing.

  • 2018 19th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The conference aims to attract original research contributions in the interesection of mobile computing and data management. Topics of interest include, but not limited to:- Mobile Cloud Computing and Data Management - Data Management for Internet of Things (IoT) and Sensor Systems- Data Management for Augmented Reality Systems- Data Management for Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Spaces- Mobile Crowd-Sourcing and Crowd-Sensing- Mobile Data Analytics- Behavioural/Activity Sensing and Analytics- Mobile Location-Based Social Networks- Mobile Recommendation Systems- Context-aware Computing for Intelligent Mobile Services- Middleware and Tools for Mobile and Pervasive Computing- Theoretical Foundations of Data-intensive Mobile Computing- Data Stream Processing in Mobile/Sensor Networks- Indexing, Optimisation and Query Processing for Moving Objects/Users- Security and Privacy in Mobile Systems

  • 2017 18th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    Mobile computing and data management

  • 2016 17th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The Mobile Data Management series of conferences first debuted in December 1999. Since inception, it has established itself as a prestigious forum to exchange innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. Comprising both research and industry tracks, it serves as an important bridge between academic researchers and industry researchers. Along with the presentations of research publications, it also serves as a meeting place for technical demonstrations (Demos), workshops, panel discussions as well as PhD forum and Industrial forum to cater PhD students and industrial developers.The conference focuses on research contributions in data management in mobile, ubiquitous and pervasive computing.

  • 2015 16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in December 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The term mobile in MDM has been used from the very beginning in a broad sense to encompass all aspects of mobility related to wireless, portable and tiny devices. The conference provides unique opportunities for researchers, engineers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and to exchange experiences.

  • 2014 15th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in December 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The term mobile in MDM has been used from the very beginning in a broad sense to encompass all aspects of mobility

  • 2013 14th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in December 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The term mobile in MDM has been used from the very beginning in a broad sense to encompass all aspects of mobility - aspects related to wireless, portable and tiny devices. The conference provides unique opportunities for researchers, engineers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and to exchange experiences.

  • 2012 13th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in December 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The term mobile in MDM has been used from the very beginning in a broad sense to encompass all aspects of mobility - aspects related to wireless, portable and tiny devices. The conference provides unique opportunities for researchers, engineers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and to exchange experiences.

  • 2011 12th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The MDM series of conferences, since its debut in December 1999, has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The term mobile in MDM has been used from the very beginning in a broad sense to encompass all aspects of mobility - aspects related to wireless, portable and tiny devices. The conference provides unique opportunities for researchers, engineers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore new ideas.

  • 2010 11th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

    The annual MDM conference is a leading international forum that focuses on data management for mobile, ubiquitous, and pervasive computing. It brings together a wide range of researchers, practitioners, and users to explore scientific and industrial challenges that arise in the areas of data management and mobile computing.

  • 2008 9th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

  • 2007 International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

  • 2006 International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)

  • 2004 IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM)


2019 IEEE 21st International Conference on Business Informatics (CBI)

The IEEE CBI series encourages a broad understanding of Business Informatics research, and intends to further its many different facets, theoretical foundations and experiential body of knowledge.


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The object revolution. How COM technology is changing the way we do business

Computing & Control Engineering Journal, 1995

Today, advances in personal computing are helping corporations compete in a dynamic, global economy. Businesses, however, need new ways to deliver information systems in a faster, more cost-effective manner. Object technology, in the form of COM (the Common Object Model or Component Object Model), can help businesses meet these needs. This article presents GDES (General Data Extract Service) for client/server ...


Information management in support of the business

IEE Colloquium on Information Management, 1995

The introduction of new methods to improve the recording, communication, processing, evaluation and security of information, the increasing availability of cheap computing power and improvements in global communication facilities have promised much. However, in many cases actual achievements have fallen far short of the expectation. In contrast, there have been some cases of spectacular success. Does this mean that success ...


Information overload in management and business

IEE Colloquium on Information Overload, 1995

The paper considers three dimensions of management research into information overload: personal information overload problems; organizational information overload; and customer information overload. There is little overlap between the research groups working in each area, work in each area focuses broadly on causes of information overload, its effects and where appropriate suggests solutions.


Influence of computerized accounting systems on bookkeeping conceptual framework

2011 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Management Science and Electronic Commerce (AIMSEC), 2011

Based on manual accounting program, traditional accounting bookkeeping system construct its concept framework and methods focused on manual accounting characteristics, which purpose is to provide regular and financial accounting information based on currency measurement. But we will find there are many loopholes in its method system and its concepts are no longer rigorous if in a computerized accounting information environment.


Re-engineering legacy systems into new environments

IEE Colloquium on Reverse Engineering for Software Based Systems, 1994

The problem many people in the software industry are faced with is what to do when a legacy system is felt to be inappropriate for the needs of the business. This point is normally reached because of a combination of factors: maintenance cost, hardware and software platform, mismatch between functionality and business, or inability to incorporate new functionality. The traditional ...


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  • The object revolution. How COM technology is changing the way we do business

    Today, advances in personal computing are helping corporations compete in a dynamic, global economy. Businesses, however, need new ways to deliver information systems in a faster, more cost-effective manner. Object technology, in the form of COM (the Common Object Model or Component Object Model), can help businesses meet these needs. This article presents GDES (General Data Extract Service) for client/server computing based on OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) and ObjectBroker. GDES is a huge step forward in the Union Bank of Switzerland's (UBS's) client/server computing strategy. It serves as a blueprint for future UBS applications where information is stored on a variety of dissimilar computers and databases.<>

  • Information management in support of the business

    The introduction of new methods to improve the recording, communication, processing, evaluation and security of information, the increasing availability of cheap computing power and improvements in global communication facilities have promised much. However, in many cases actual achievements have fallen far short of the expectation. In contrast, there have been some cases of spectacular success. Does this mean that success in this field is a hit and miss affair, or are there some lessons to be learned that can help to engineer effective low cost information systems that can respond rapidly to change? The paper aims to provide a positive response to this question. It presents a number of case histories which highlight some of the drawbacks of conventional methods. It traces the formulation of a strategy for the successful development and implementation of effective low cost enterprise wide information systems and business processes that can respond rapidly to change. This strategy is based on the adoption of a holistic approach and the use of mixed methods. Both these basic principles can be easily applied within the framework of two complementary methodologies called Simple Architectures and Models (SAM) and Mixed Open Methods (MOM). SAM and MOM are the results of many years of experience in helping organisations in the commercial environment to successfully manage the implementation of business process reengineering (BPR) programmes and enterprise wide information systems within short timescales.

  • Information overload in management and business

    The paper considers three dimensions of management research into information overload: personal information overload problems; organizational information overload; and customer information overload. There is little overlap between the research groups working in each area, work in each area focuses broadly on causes of information overload, its effects and where appropriate suggests solutions.

  • Influence of computerized accounting systems on bookkeeping conceptual framework

    Based on manual accounting program, traditional accounting bookkeeping system construct its concept framework and methods focused on manual accounting characteristics, which purpose is to provide regular and financial accounting information based on currency measurement. But we will find there are many loopholes in its method system and its concepts are no longer rigorous if in a computerized accounting information environment.

  • Re-engineering legacy systems into new environments

    The problem many people in the software industry are faced with is what to do when a legacy system is felt to be inappropriate for the needs of the business. This point is normally reached because of a combination of factors: maintenance cost, hardware and software platform, mismatch between functionality and business, or inability to incorporate new functionality. The traditional solution from our relatively new industry is to start again and build a new system. A development project would typically use formal and/or informal methods to identify business requirements and then (correctly) fulfil them. The initial problem can therefore be re-stated as: how can the fundamental architectural elements of a legacy system be extracted to aid the production and testing of a replacement system. We propose this solution to that problem: break the system into its component elements; replicate, rebuild or scrape the interface handling; reverse engineer the data definitions to a logical model, modify the model, and forward engineer to a new data model; and identify the code supporting the business functionality and make that code available for re-use.<>

  • Three dimensional process information-a picture worth a thousand words

    The work relates to "quality" development activities being conducted at AVRO International Aerospace which is part of British Aerospace Plc. The central theme is one of using graphics to simplify process information and subsequently linking that information together electronically via IT systems. Access to that information is also via electronic means. The author concentrates on describing two of the selected solutions to the problems detailed.

  • Business transformation with SAP R/3

    SAP AG is a German software company and is the 5th largest in the world. It operates globally in over 40 countries and employs more than 6,500 people directly. The products of the company are two pieces of software (called R/2 and R/3), and a range of value adding services such as training, product consultancy, and operational support. Both R/2 and R/3 are integrated suites of business system software. R/2 runs on traditional mainframe computers and R/3 on newer, open system based client server systems. The products have achieved a remarkable penetration in virtually all sectors of business. Indeed, on any comparative basis, SAP has established itself globally as the dominant supplier of core business system software. Many multinational corporations have adopted SAP as their standard and increasingly, smaller enterprises are following suit. The paper considers the reasons for this and discusses the manner in which the software is used as a tool to realise business benefits. Although the paper focuses specifically on SAP, it illustrates wider aspects of the role which computer technology is playing in bringing about fundamental structural change in business and society.

  • The application of case-based reasoning to assist accountants in identifying top management fraud: a study of the problem domain and the methodological issues in the development, implementation and evaluation of a case-based learning and reasoning tool

    Although most audit practices have developed many auditing and accounting expert systems, research and progress in this area was relatively slow until the second half of the 80s. One of the reasons for this slow progress was the difficulty of assessing the value added by these systems. Some rule-based applications in audit have been trying to tackle unstructured and dynamic problems. This has caused many design problems-such as knowledge elicitation- and maintenance. The assessment and management of risk may be a topic that exemplifies the need for a non-traditional approach to knowledge management. Research in managerial decision-making has shown that, when faced with a complex problem, an expert will often look to analogous problems for possible solutions. Top management fraud (TMF) is one of those fields for which there are neither underlying models nor formal ways of detecting them. This paper is concerned both with the methodological issues of using case based reasoning for unstructured domains-such as TMF-and with the evaluation process of such a model. It is argued that emphasis should be given to the searching-learning loop, a prerequisite for case-based learning and reasoning systems (CBLR).

  • Proceedings. 2003 International Conference on Cyberworlds

    The following topics on cyberworld are discussed: philosophy, ethics, law and security of cyberworlds; distributed simulation and distributed virtual environment; shared and virtual worlds; geometric modeling and visualization for cyberworlds; intelligent agents; datamining and warehousing; cyberbusiness; cyberlearning; cybermuseums; and cyberinformation.

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