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SIPREACT
  SIPREACT
  Reactivity and adaptation in knowledge management and counselling systems  
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www.abayfor.dewww.ifis.uni-passau.de

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Management
externer LinkProf. Dr. Burkhard Freitag
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Publikationen
Publications for SIPREACT
  1 Benefits  and Definition of the problem
2 Procedure  and Application
  3 Team and contact
 
  Procedure
Individual yet still consistent
SIPREACT determines the ideal combination of content, form and navigation for the user in a specific situation. Nevertheless, the consistency, compulsory form and compliance with obligatory procedures is still guaranteed.

In eLearning documents, for example, a certain part is thus always the same for all users and another part can be presented individually. The authors naturally require that the common parts be updated centrally and only the variable fragments require separate processing.

The situation is the same for dynamic systems that support actions such as workflow systems: To ensure the correct processing of certain events some sections may vary depending on the situation, but still have to be performed. Other parts are optional.

How it works

  The compulsory form is realised by compiling documents or workflows from default fragments. The rough structure is initially described by so-called skeletons that can then be "filled out" individually depending on the inquiry. In order to select the "optimum" variant the user properties are compared to the meta data descriptions of the objects in the attributes area.

Modern XML technologies form the technical basis. In terms of its concept and methods, SIPREACT is based on a suitable meta data modelling, ontology-supported retrieval methods and a flexible, logic-based workflow model.
 
Individual documents are generated from document skeletons at run time.
 
  Application
Part of a vision
The SIPREACT modules allow the creation of user-friendly information systems such as adaptive interaction, intelligent test and reactive workflow systems and are thus suitable for a wide variety of uses. Advice, information, eLearning and document management are only a few possibilities for using the methods developed in SIPREACT.

Example Order handling
  The concrete instance is selected depending on the user's situation at the runtime. In the example above a concrete variant of receive is selected that is modelled by a skeleton consisting of three steps. No instance has as yet been specified for confirm. A choice can be made between letter, fax and E-mail.

The exchange of partial processes or the extension to include further variants (e.g.: confirm with mobile) is possible at any time without having to modify the skeleton itself. This cuts the update work for the order processing system to a minimum.
 
Figure: Workflow for processing an order
Figure: Workflow for processing an order

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SIKOWO 1 SIKOWO 2
  • Tracking persons
  • Image processing with several video cameras
  • Situational, personalised
  • Tracking of movement
  • Recognition of pointing actions
  • Control and regulation
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SIPBILD 1 SIPBILD 2
  • Evaluating video sequences
  • Controlling complex systems through gestures and facial expressions
  • Application in environments with changing conditions
  • Recognizing more facial expressions and gestures.
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SIPADIM-1 SIPADIM-2
  • Controlling complex systems
    through natural speech
  • Context-dependent dialogue
    management
  • Self-Explanation of the
    System
  • Guiding the user
  • Plan-based processing
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COSIMA B2B COSIMA T
  • Sales agent
  • Fully automated
  • Sales psychology dialogue
  • Individual Travel
    Composition
  • COSIMA in Tourism
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SIPKIS SIPKIS 2
  • Personalised financial
    services
  • Risk and flexibility taken
    into account
  • Situations and roles
  • selection of efficient and individual portfolios
  • legal regulations
  • taxes and social capital
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SIPREACT SIPREACT 2
  • Adaptive documents and workflows
  • Recommender system prototype
  • Adaptive information and assistance systems
  • Tools and author support for document variants
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Role and company modelling
  • Operational information systems that adapt to situations, roles and personal preferences
  • User-friendly, individualised man-machine dialogue
  • "Just-in-time" data acquisition to meet specific needs
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TRUSTEE 1 TRUSTEE 2
  • Fiduciary offers, negotiations
    and conclusions for clients
  • Anonymity guaranteed on
    the Internet
  • Application-based selection
    of products
  • Help to decide the quality
    of extracted offers