Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Informatik 5
Information Systems
Prof. Dr. M. Jarke
Sections
Personal tools
You are here: Home Staff Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke

Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke - Theses


Master, Bachelor
Activity Dialog Service - Open
Intelligent agenda planning systems create itineraries for users based on their appointments and activities. The objective of the thesis is the analysis of the user planning task for appointments and activities, the design of a semantic model for the user dialog with an appointment and activity planning system. As proof of concept a functional prototype should be implemented and evaluated.
Bachelor, Master
Chat Interfaces for Social Bots in a Peer-to-Peer Environment - Open
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize and evaluate a social bot framework with different community applications. It will also extend the framework to support two-way chat interfaces with the system via common chat applications (e.g. Slack).
Master, Bachelor
Context based Travel Information Service - Open
Travel information services provide itinerary based user travel assistance. The objective of the thesis is the user context analysis for multimodal travel situations, the design of a mobile device based context detection service and an information rendering service for user travel assistance. As proof of concept a functional prototype should be implemented and evaluated.
Master, Bachelor
Design and Implementation of a Mobility Agenda Planning Assistance System - Open
The need of mobility arises from activities such as a meeting or a doctor's appointment. Often, when planning these kinds of activities the mobility to these locations is only planned after the activity is already scheduled, which may be a sub-optimal approach. While planning it is hard to comprehend which consequences a particular action, such as moving the location or time of an activity, has on the agenda and mobility schedule. The objective of this thesis is the analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of a mobility agenda planning assistance system in form of a graphical user interface which interweaves the mobility and agenda planning processes.
Master, Bachelor
Distributed Activity Coordination with Constraints - Open
In cooperative user environments the distributed coordination of activities with hard and soft constraints is a challenging task. The objective of the thesis is the development of an heuristic for distributed coordination of activities with hard and soft constraints starting with a literature research, algorithm design and simulative evaluation.
Master, Bachelor
Reservation, Booking and Customer Hotline Dialog Service - Open
Reservation, booking and customer hotline services are based on context based dialog management. The objective of the thesis is the analysis of user interactions for different contexts in reservation, booking and customer hotline situations with a dialog management system and the design and implementation of a semantic model for the user dialog with a dialog management system. As proof of concept a functional prototype should be implemented and evaluated.
Person Publications

Paul Schott, Raphael Ahrens, Dennis Bauer, Fabian Hering, Robert Keller, Jaroslav Pullmann, Daniel Schel, Peter Simon Schimmelpfennig, Thomas Weber, Eberhard Abele, Thomas Bauernhansl, Gilbert Fridgen, Matthias Jarke, Gunther Reinhart

Flexible IT platform for synchronizing energy demands with volatile markets

Arnab Chakrabarti, Christoph Quix, Sandra Geisler, Jaroslav Pullmann, Matthias Jarke

Goal-Oriented Modelling of Relations and Dependencies in Data Marketplaces

Proceedings of the 11th International i* Workshop co-located with the 30th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2018)

Matthias Jarke, Christoph Quix

On warehouses, lakes, and spaces – the changing role of conceptual modeling for data integration.

In J. Cabot, C. Gomez, O. Pastor, M.R. Sancho, E. Teniente (eds.): Conceptual Modeling Perspectives.

More publications…