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  • Software Engineering für betriebliche Informationssysteme (sebis)

    Fakultät für Informatik

    Technische Universität München

    wwwmatthes.in.tum.de

    Social Content and Model Management

    using SocioCortex Prof. Florian Matthes, Th. Reschenhofer, GI Regionalgruppe München, 11.1.2016

    http://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de http://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de

  • 1. Examples of Vertical Social Solutions

     Towards a marketplace for tailored EA visualizations

     Text analytics and mining of legal documents (Lexalyze)

     Dashboards for linked data spreadsheets (Spreadsheet 2.0)

     Process support for knowledge-intensive processes (Darwin)

    2. Tool Support for Collaborative Work

     Generic requirements

     Limitations of today’s solutions

    3. SocioCortex – A Social Content and Model Management Platform

     Architecture & Concepts

    4. Summary & Call for Participation

    Agenda

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  • Tailored EA Visualizations

    Contact: Adrian Hernández-Méndez & Manoj Mahabaleshwar

    Requirements

     Highly customized and configurable visualizations of application landscapes

     Data connectors for multiple data sources

     Web access and export as PowerPoint presentations

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    Business Function 3

    Business Function 4

    Business Function 6

    Business Function 5

    Business Function 1

    Business Function 2

    Expected Project timeline X

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    7 Software Release Go Live Date, major releases, minor releases (WLs) are displayed as …

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    Business Capabilities

    Business Capability [BC]

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    Project 3

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    manager

    Marketing

    Business

    Intelligence,

    Machine

    learning

    Implement

    project plan

    Implement

    strategy

    Track

    progress

    Customer

    integration Partial

    integration

    Fulfill

    prerequisite

    Data

    warehousing

    Big data

    analysis

  • Tailored EA Visualizations

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    View-Driven Approach

    Define EA View Requirements

    Extract Information for EA View from EA Repository

    Create the EA View Template

    Connect EA View Template with EA

    Repository

    Evaluate EA View Template

    EA View

    Designer

    EA View

    Designer

    Web

    developer

    EA

    Stakeholder

    EA Repository

    Connector

    developer

    EA repository

    Connector

    developer

    EA View

    Designer

  • Tailored EA Visualizations

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    Gantt-chart as an Exemplary Visualization

    Configurable

  • Tailored EA Visualizations

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    Cluster-chart as an Exemplary Visualization

    Configurable Business domain 1

    Business

    domain 2 Business domain 3

    Business domain 4 Business domain 5 Business domain 6

    Business domain 7 Business domain 8 Business domain 9

    Business domain 10

    BC1 BC2 BC3 BC4 BC5

    BC6

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    BC15 BC16 BC17 BC18 BC19

    BC20 BC21 BC22 BC23 BC24 BC25

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    BC27 BC31

    BC34 BC37

    BC38BC35

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    BC52 BC45 BC47

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    BC60

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    BC57 BC58

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    BC40

    BC41

    Project 1

    Project 2

    Project 3

    Project 4

    Project 5

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    Project 7

    Project 8

    Project 9

    Project 10

    Project 11

    Project 12

    Project 13

    Project 14

    Project 15

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    Project 17

    Project 18

    Project 19

  • Lexalyze

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    Analysis of Legal Texts

    Contact: Bernhard Waltl | More Information on our website

    • Advanced data and text mining for the legal domain

    • Complex analysis with focus on unstructured data

    • Support of the drafting process of legal texts using collaborative technologies

    • Quality assurance within the drafting processes

    • Usage of consistent vocabulary

    • Avoidance of indeterminate legal terms

    • …

    • Analogies between the development of high-quality software code and legal

    texts

    https://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de/pages/12bpn04x6h3x8/LexAlyze-Analysis-of-Legal-Texts

  • Lexalyze

    Simple example: Automated part-of-speech tagging

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    Manual and Automatic Semantic Text Annotations

  • Lexalyze

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    Exemplary Metrics on Legal Texts

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    5

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    Federal Court of Justice Judgments (AktG) since 1950

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    Indeterminacy (AktG) since 1989

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    Readability (AktG) since 1989

  • Spreadsheet 2.0 Visualizer

    • Customizable dashboards consisting of multiple visualizations

    • Analyzability to foster transparency of information flows

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    Customizable and Analyzable Dashboards

    Contact: Thomas Reschenhofer | More Information on our website

    https://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de/pages/7hfq7554s6yv/Spreadsheet-2.0-User-oriented-tools-for-analyzing-complex-linked-data

  • Spreadsheet 2.0 Visualizer

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    Customizing and Configuring a Dashboard and its Visualizations

  • Spreadsheet 2.0 Visualizer

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    Making the Information Flow Transparent

  • Darwin

    • Features of Knowledge-intensive Processes

    • Range from unstructured to loosely structured

    • Goal oriented describing the what and not the how

    • Require high flexibility during execution

    • Knowledge workers have to be empowered to structure their processes

    • Applications of Darwin

    • Integrated innovation management process at DATEV eG

    • Development of a planned enterprise architecture state at HUK

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    Support for Knowledge-intensive Processes

    Contact: Felix Michel | More Information on our website

    https://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de/pages/ectby2zxvydw/Darwin-Empowering-Users-to-Collaboratively-Structure-Knowledge-Intensive-Processes

  • Darwin

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    A Wiki Page Representing a Work Plan

  • Darwin

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    Mobile User Interface

  • 1. Examples of Vertical Social Solutions

     Towards a marketplace for tailored EA visualizations

     Text analytics and mining of legal documents (Lexalyze)

     Dashboards for linked data spreadsheets (Spreadsheet 2.0)

     Process support for knowledge-intensive processes (Darwin)

    2. Tool Support for Collaborative Work

     Generic requirements

     Limitations of today’s solut