I walked into Dr. Rieder’s office yesterday, and he said “do this,” making wild hand motions. I thought, “what is he up to now?” (I can always expect something out of the ordinary from Rieder as his academic work is more like running–a process of seeing what things and ideas can do when you run with them and stop focusing on critique.) So, sensing the excitement, I imitated the gesture. 522 more words
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My 3rd actual session today was The BPM Scenario: From Operational Excellence to Adaptive Processes with Gartner Analyst Jim Sinur – this actually followed the Gartner Keynotes which I’ll reflect on later as there was quite a few bits to pick out, not very new, but more about reaffirming stuff that I already knew. 393 more words
13 20, Daniel Kornev will deliver first seminar on Context-aware Computing for undergraduate students at Higher School of Economics.
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One of the particularly interesting research questions that are asked by context-aware computing researchers is reasoning of the context in which user is. For instance, there are different approaches to context’s definition itself, which leads to different points of view on context reasoning. 838 more words