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By Yuhua Luo

ISBN-10: 3319241311

ISBN-13: 9783319241319

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ISBN-13: 9783319241326

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the twelfth overseas convention on Cooperative layout, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2015, held in Mallorca, Spain, in September 2015.

The 30 complete papers offered including four brief papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions. there's a workforce of papers dressing the massive facts with regards to the cooperative paintings. It contains the knowledge modeling, extensive activity administration, the best way to use the cloud know-how to foster the cooperation and so on. to accommodate the social community matters is the subject of one other team of papers during this quantity. they vary from developing programming languages to automate cooperative approaches, social community details visualization, and the rating cooperative learn groups by means of interpreting the social community data.

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In the last years, the increasing use of social networks and applications has significantly changed the business processes in many organizations. These applications provide new cooperative ways of performing these processes by taking advantages of the interactions among users. However, the high number of these applications has lead to a lack of automation in their interactions and, thus, the need of manually connecting to these networks to perform recurrent and repetitive tasks. In order to automate these operations, this paper presents SCPL, a Domain Specific Language (DSL) that enables the connectivity among different social networks and applications and provides a way to automate their manage‐ ment.

Consequently, identities that are assigned to the objects and taggers have effect on the quality of the recommendation of the related objects to the users’s interest. Therefore, social tagging systems have the potential to enable realtime sharing of group perception and to help in making informed group decisions. Communities formed around the Web are particularly in need of mechanisms to help them share information. Such communities are dynamic with members and their interest and knowledge evolving rapidly.

This example shows also the advantage of using the opinion of numerous related users over the opinion of individuals on tag assignments. Heterogeneity of users’ perception about objects causes higher degree of tags sparsity and as a result low quality of content and user Dynamic Content and User Identification 39 identification and recommendations. Furthermore, if the system provides collaborative tagging services and improves the initial ontology based on users votes on the assigned tags, the system might achieve a strong agreed upon semantic relation between “enterprise” and “company” concepts in the ontology behind those tags, and the results of a semantic query on #business:incubator which includes #company or #enterprise will provide the same precise result related to the “business incubator”.

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