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Alan Braz

Alan Braz
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July 2019 - present
IBM
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  • Developer
January 2017 - June 2019
IBM
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  • Software Engineer
February 2013 - December 2016
IBM
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  • Software Engineer

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Publications (13)
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While artificial intelligence (AI) models have improved at understanding large-scale data, understanding AI models themselves at any scale is difficult. For example, even two models that implement the same network architecture may differ in frameworks, datasets, or even domains. Furthermore, attempting to use either model often requires much manual...
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Background Assistive automatic seizure detection can empower human annotators to shorten patient monitoring data review times. We present a proof-of-concept for a seizure detection system that is sensitive, automated, patient-specific, and tunable to maximise sensitivity while minimizing human annotation times. The system uses custom data preparati...
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Runway is a cloud-native tool for managing machine learning experiments and their associated models. The iterative nature of developing models results in a large number of experiments and models that are often managed in an ad hoc manner. Runway is a workflow and framework independent tool that centrally manages and maintains metadata and links to...
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The world has become more demanding and hasty with their products and services consumption. In the face of this new scenario, companies are improving their development and delivery process through Agile methodologies (e.g.: Scrum, XP, Kanban). This approach provides a set of tools to learn with the final user, adapt and scale the solutions faster....
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Multi-party Conversational Systems are systems with natural language interaction between one or more people or systems. From the moment that an utterance is sent to a group, to the moment that it is replied in the group by a member, several activities must be done by the system: utterance understanding, information search, reasoning, among others....
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The importance of understanding end user needs and involving them in the software development process is well known in software engineering. Agile Software Development methodologies have incorporated user feedback in different ways. User stories should represent the needs of a user, but often express the views of the Product Owner or the software d...
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In this work we aim to investigate the way people behave and think about transactions in everyday life. In industrial lab research, it is not always possible to conduct full-scale ethnographic studies to understand people’s everyday practices in support of the development of new technologies or to understand the ways in which technology may improve...
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This chapter describes and validates the applicability of a visual analytics tool, named Workload Profile Analytics (WPA), in the context of incident management (IM) inside a large IT services provider. The WPA tool implements a method to evaluate the performance and quality of IM systems that uses temporal information from incident records (ticket...
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In this paper we describe an user evaluation that aimed to understand how a group of endusers interpret a visual analytics tool in the context of service delivery. It is common for service factories to have an organization devoted to handle incidents. Many incident management systems have strict controls on how fast incidents should be handled, oft...
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The management of IT services is increasingly driven by the necessity of cost reduction and quality improvement. As a result, new organizational models have been created and implemented aiming at achieving economies of scale, while improving customer satisfaction and experience has been one of the main focuses of recent research in Service Science....

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