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This research explores the relation between a crisis and public discussion on related issues. In organisational crisis communication a single-issue strategy is often proposed. Such a strategy, however, may not be adequate in complex crises where the crisis lifecycle is likely to encompass shorter lifecycles of issues that generate attention. Decomp...
Recently, ranking-oriented collaborative filtering (CF) algorithms have achieved great success in recommender systems. They obtained state-of-the-art performances by estimating a preference ranking of items for each user rather than estimating the absolute ratings on unrated items (as conventional rating-oriented CF algorithms do). In this paper, w...
The paper addresses the problem of coverage testing of industrial automation software represented in the IEC 61499 standard, one of the recent standards for distributed control system design. Contrary to model-based testing (MBT), the paper focuses on implementation coverage, not model coverage. An approach based on evolutionary algorithms is prese...
Social media sites have appeared to the cyber space during the last 5-7 years and have attracted hundreds of millions of users. The sites are often viewed as instances of Web 2.0 technologies and support easy uploading and downloading of user generated contents. This content contains valuable real time information about the state of affairs in vari...
The high-end telecom terminal and PDAs, sometimes called Personal Trusted Devices (PTDs) are programmable, have tens of megabytes memory, and rather fast processors. In this paper we analyze, when it is energy-efficient to transfer application data compressed over the downlink and then decompress it at the terminal, or compress it first at the term...
Transaction Management Support for Cooperative Application is a comprehensive report on a successful international project, called TRANSCOOP, carried out from 1994 to 1997 by a group of European scientists. But the book is also much more than that, namely, an ambitious attempt to integrate Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Workflow Manage...