3rd Intl. Workshop on Information Management in Mobile Applications
26. Aug 2013 in Riva del Garda, IT
The increasing functionality and capacity of mobile devices have enabled new mobile applications which require new approaches for data management. Users want to have a seamless integration of their data on their mobile with other devices, which can be either classical devices such as a desktop PC or other mobile devices in their current context. Although the capabilities of mobile devices are growing, their limitations have to be taken into account when designing efficient and effective mobile applications. For example, constraints on energy, CPU power, storage, display size, communication bandwidth, and real-time capabilities have to be considered. Information management in mobile applications is a complex problem space which requires the consideration of the aforementioned constraints. In addition, mobile data can have various forms, such as sensor data, user profiles & user context, spatial data, and multimedia data. Smartphones, mobile and wearable sensors, and other portable systems are used in various applications to collect, process, and exchange an increasing amount of data. Applications can run on several devices (mobile, PCs, multimedia), but the exchange, the integration, and the querying of data between these devices remains a challenging problem. This workshop aims at providing a discussion forum for recent research in this area.
Eighth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2013)
17. Sep 2013 - 21. Sep 2013 in Paphos, CY
EC-TEL 2013: Eighth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning "Scaling Up Learning for Sustained Impact" 17-21 September 2013, Paphos, Cyprus http://ec-tel.eu/
Kontextbasiertes Dokumentations-Management für mobile Benutzer
('Diplom',) thesis presented on 25. Jun 2013 from 15:30 to 15:30
Selection and Configuration of Schema Matchers
('Diplom',) thesis presented on 25. Jun 2013 from 11:00 to 11:00
Schema matching is the task of finding correspondences between two schemas. Many schema matchers using various matching strategies have been proposed in the recent years. The selection and configuration of a schema matcher for a given matching task is still a challenging problem as it requires knowledge about the input schemas and the matchers being used. The goal of this thesis is to develop mechanisms to automatically select and configure matchers for a matching problem.