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SIPRUM
  SIPRUM
  Situational and personalised role and company modelling  
Projet Website
www.siprum.de

Contact
externer Linksiprum@forsip.de

Management
externer LinkProf. Dr. Dr. h. c. mult. Peter Mertens
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Publications for SIPRUM
  1 Benefits  and Definition of the problem
2 Project goals  and Procedure
  3 Team and contact
 
  Project goals
Create adaptable frameworks
A static framework for roles will initially be created for industrial plants with a differentiation according to corporate parameters such as line of business or type of plant.

It will then be shown how this framework changes if the situation is changed, for example, in the sense of special phases of life (e.g. company crisis) or if special user preferences and aversions are added (personalisation).

It will also be investigated which aids are needed to ensure that even untrained users can use the system with no long familiarisation periods and how it adapts as best as possible to the person. Suggestions have to be developed as to how roles can be created and used as intuitively as possible and at the same time redundancies and faulty inputs avoided.
 
  Procedure
SIPRUM assumes the role of the user
  The various tasks are at first recorded so that associated decisions and information needs for the employees can be identified on the basis of practical and theoretical observations. This stage can be based, for example, on profession codes (ISCO-68, ISCO-88, KldB-92), workplace descriptions, flowcharts, task profiles or job descriptions.

It is then investigated on what the concrete design of a certain role depends in the company. Since the influencing variables are often very complex and cannot be recorded directly, measurable indicators are determined in their place that allow conclusions to be drawn on the effects of different situations.

After these scenarios have been evaluated the user can then be made an individualised offer.

The operational information system takes into account when a new employee starts work in a department, for example. To perform the tasks that are new for him or her, the system requires a lot of information that more versed users regard as superfluous.
   
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  1 Benefits  and Definition of the problem
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  3 Team and contact

 
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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