Martin Gaedke

Martin Gaedke
Technische Universität Chemnitz · Department of Computer Science

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Introduction
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Gaedke is Dean of the Department of Computer Science at the Chemnitz University of Technology (TUC), where he is also full professor and head of the chair for Distributed and Self-organizing Systems (VSR). http://vsr.informatik.tu-chemnitz.de
Additional affiliations
April 2019 - present
Technische Universität Chemnitz
Position
  • Head of Faculty
March 2019 - July 2019
TU Wien
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  • Professor
Description
  • Lecture: Talent Engineering - From Purpose to Impact Worked on project ideas and proposals
April 2016 - March 2019
Technische Universität Chemnitz
Position
  • Head of Faculty

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Publications (260)
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Conference presentation on the results of a survey on the adoption of user-less automation tools by 34 UI design practicioners held at ICWE 2022 in Bari, Italy.
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Counterfeit products are a major problem that the market has faced for a long time. According to the Global Brand Counterfeiting Report 2018, "Amount of Total Counterfeiting, globally has reached to 1.2 Trillion USD in 2017 and is Bound to Reach 1.82 Trillion USD by the Year 2020" a solution to this concern has already been researched and published...
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The main principles for designing successful UIs in a perfect world have long been known—considering many possible solutions for a problem and involving representative users in the process. In practice, however, reasons for violating those principles can be plentiful: the infamous tight budgets and schedules, lack of management buy-in, restrictions...
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Counterfeit products are a major problem that the market has been facing for a long time. According to the Global Brand Counterfeiting Report 2018 "Amount of Total Counterfeiting, globally has reached to 1.2 Trillion USD in 2017 and is Bound to Reach 1.82 Trillion USD by the Year 2020", a solution to this concern has already been researched and pub...
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To address the All the Agents Challenge (ATAC), we developed a solution for an Industry 4.0 use-case scenario that allows autonomous agents to reason on knowledge graphs, perceive, decide and act for reaching their goals, and coordinate the whole process in their Web of Things (WoT) environments. Our approach integrates the research works performed...
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Deep Learning techniques have become the mainstream and unquestioned standard in many fields, e.g. convolutional neural networks (CNN) for image analysis and recognition tasks. As testing and validation of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) is increasingly relying on computer vision, CNN models that predict such subjective and informal dimensions of...
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The overall growth in the share of online sales has grown in comparison to total sales intensively. Online shopping is comfortable for consumers, but it also raises specific challenges in terms of product safety. For this, the European Commission published a notice on market surveillance of products sold online on August 1, 2017, to support authori...
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Knowledge and technology transfer between an academic institution and partners in the economy has gained importance in recent years. Universities seek to increase the visibility of their research activities and offered services, whereas business companies primarily focus on available expertise and services. In the past, this information was provide...
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Web Engineering becomes increasingly hungry for training data, as the application of machine learning (ML) methods in the field intensifies. Human-labeled datasets are particularly indispensable for ML-based validation and design of user interfaces (UIs). The production of such datasets is often outsourced to crowdworkers, who typically have lower...
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One of the main challenges in the Internet of Things (IoT) is the lack of semantic interoperability between heterogeneous sources. In the Semantic Web domain, ontologies are one way to achieve semantic interoperability by using a common vocabulary that represents heterogeneous sources. However, recent studies have shown that the amount of concept r...
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Tests, evaluations, and solution comparisons in complex use cases are often realized by creating a testbed for a domain of use cases and solutions. Web-based testbeds add key advantages like results sharing, remote test execution, and collaboration. Focusing on their research objectives, creators see their testbeds as a means to that end. The resul...
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In the publishing process for research data, common user interfaces for gathering descriptive structured metadata traditionally rely on static free-text input elements. This constitutes an obstacle for interdisciplinary, unambiguous, fine-grained data descriptions. Reusing already existing domain-specific metadata models based on semantic ontologie...
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In academic and industrial research, writing a project proposal is one of the essential but time-consuming activities. Nevertheless, most proposals end in rejection. Moreover, research funding is getting more competitive these days. Funding agencies are increasingly looking for more extensive and more interdisciplinary research proposals. To increa...
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How to understand better the knowledge provided by Google results to build future “smart vehicle-centric” applications? What is the knowledge expertise required to build a smart vehicle application (e.g., driver assistance system)? Automotive companies (e.g., Toyota, BMW, Renault) are employing Internet of Things (IoT) and Semantic Web technologies...
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An increasing number of companies offer their capabilities as Web services and publish them through public registries. Such Web services enable users to access and manipulate online data programmatically. Moreover, they can be deployed in service-based systems (SBS) or composite web applications and mashups to offer value-added services. A crucial...
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HCI increasingly employs Machine Learning and Image Recognition, in particular for visual analysis of user interfaces (UIs). A popular way for obtaining human-labeled training data is Crowdsourcing, typically using the quality control methods ground truth and majority consensus, which necessitate redundancy in the outcome. In our paper we propose a...
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With the wide adoption of service-oriented architectures, many service-based systems (SBSs) and mashups composed of Web services have been developed. Meanwhile, web service discovery, as a crucial component to guarantee the quality of Web service composition in SBS, gained increasing attention. Web service discovery aims to select the set of best s...
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ResearchAndMarkets wrote in their report on May 15, 2018, that up to 1.2 Trillion USD in 2017 of products are counterfeited goods. The report estimated this damage globally at 1.82 Trillion USD in 2020. This paper does not consider copyright infringement, digital piracy, counterfeiting or fraudulent documents, but rather examines the prevention of...
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One of the main challenges of the Internet of Things (IoT) is to enable end-users without technical experience to use, control or monitor smart devices. However, enabling end-users to interact with these smart devices in an intuitive and natural way becomes increasingly important as they become more pervasive in our homes, workplaces and public env...
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User behavior models see increased usage in automated evaluation and design of user interfaces (UIs). Obtaining training data for the models is costly, since it generally requires the involvement of human subjects. For interaction's subjective quality parameters, like aesthetic impressions, it is even inevitable. In our paper, we study applicabilit...
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The main objective of smart homes is to improve the quality of life and comfort of their inhabitants through automation systems and ambient intelligence. Voice-based interaction like dialogue systems is the current emerging trend in these systems. Natural Language Understanding (NLU) model can identify the end-users’ intentions in the utterances pr...
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In the context of Open Science, researchers are encouraged to publish their research datasets in digital data repositories so that others can find and reuse it.
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Recounts the career and contributions of Florian Daniel.
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ResearchAndMarkets wrote in their report on May 15, 2018, that up to 1.2 Trillion USD in 2017 of products are counterfeited goods. The report estimated this damage globally at 1.82 Trillion USD in 2020 (RESEARCH AND MARKETS, 2018). This paper does not consider copyrights or digital piracy, counterfeiting, fraudulent documents but rather investigate...
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The lack of therapy compliance (adherence) is an already well-studied phenomenon in the health sector. It is known that numerous factors can influence regular medication intake. A promising approach for increasing therapy compliance are patient-related factors. In order to increase motivation, Gamification-based approaches have already been selecti...
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OECD wrote in their report 2016 that up to 5% of imports are counterfeited goods. The report estimated this damage at EUR 85 billion (OECD/EUIPO, 2016). The presence of counterfeit products on the European market is on the increase, therefore the intervention of inspection bodies and authorities alone is not sufficient, consumers can make their con...
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Enabling end users to take a proactive role in the development of Web of Things (WoT) applications that achieves their goals is a challenge for End User Development (EUD) in the context of WoT. This can be achieved through Artificial Intelligence (AI) planning algorithms if the relevant WoT concepts and relationships are described in an interoperab...
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Analysis of user interfaces (UIs) based on their visual representation (screenshots) is gaining increasing popularity, institutionalizing the HCI vision field. Witnessing the same visual appearance of a UI like a human user provides the advantage of taking into account layouts, whitespace, graphical content, etc. independent of the concrete platfor...
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The human gait offers a variety of information about the human being. In order to make accurate statements about this information, it is necessary to analyse the gait patterns of numerous participants. This requires the same conditions for all participants, which are difficult to realize in reality. In this paper, we describe an approach with which...
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This article details the idea of Crowdsourced Reverse Engineering (CSRE) by analysing three major challenges: (1) automatic task extraction, (2) source code anonymization and (3) results aggregation and quality control. We re-formulate the Reverse Engineering activity of concept assignment as a crowdsourced classification task to exemplify these ch...
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Empowering end users to be directly involved in the development and composition of their smart devices surrounding them that achieves their goals is a major challenge for End User Development (EUD) in the context of Web of Things (WoT). This can be achieved through Artificial Intelligence (AI) planning. Planning is intended as the ability of a WoT...
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We present a software tool for collecting web UI metrics from different providers and integrating them in a single database for further analysis. The platform’s architecture supports both code- and image-based UI assessment, thus allowing to combine advantages of the two approaches. The data structures are based on a web UI measurement domain ontol...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) primary objective is to make a hyper-connected world for various application domains. However, IoT suffers from a lack of interoperability leading to a substantial threat to the predicted economic value. Schema.org provides semantic interoperability to structure heterogeneous data on the Web. An extension of this vocabu...
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Internet of Things (IoT) applications incorporate heterogenous smart devices that support different communication protocols (Zigbee, RFID, Bluetooth, custom protocols). Enabling application development employing different protocols require interoperability between the different types of heterogenous devices that co-exist in the IoT ecosystem. In th...
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Metric-based assessment of web user interface (WUI) quality attributes is shifting from code (HTML/CSS) analysis to mining webpages’ visual representations based on image recognition techniques. In our paper, we describe a visual analysis tool which takes a WUI screenshot and produces structured and machine-readable representation (JSON) of the int...
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Over the last decade, the smartphone has become an important part of our everyday lives and is used even in the most rural regions. The use cases of this device go far beyond communication for which they were mainly designed. It can, e.g., be used for activity recognition or serve as a measuring device. However, for these use cases, smartphones mig...
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Semantic web technologies are a major driver for semantic interoperability in IoT-generated data by using shared vocabularies in an ontology-driven approach. While there is a growing interest in standardization of ontologies for IoT, there is still a lack of common agreement for a specific IoT ontology. Numerous concepts and relations have been des...
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Cloud benchmarking has become a hot topic in cloud computing research. The idea to attach performance footprints to compute resources in order to select an appropriate setup for any application is very appealing. Especially in the scientific cloud, a lot of resources can be preserved by using just the right setup instead of needlessly over-provisio...
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Users' subjective impressions of websites are actively being researched, as they are formed very early in the interaction and affect the whole subsequent user experience. The subjective visual complexity is known to affect both website users' cognitive load and overall affective impressions. In our work we construct artificial neural network model...
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Each day, a vast amount of data is published on the web. In addition, the rate at which content is being published is growing, which has the potential to overwhelm users, particularly those who are technically unskilled. Furthermore, users from various domains of expertise face challenges when trying to retrieve the data they require. They may rely...
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In the last few years, many smart objects found in the physical world are interconnected and communicate through the existing internet infrastructure which creates a global network infrastructure called the Internet of Things (IoT). Research has shown a substantial development of solutions for a wide range of devices and IoT platforms over the past...
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Most techniques for webpage structure and design mining are based on code analysis and are detached from a human user’s perception of the web user interface (WUI). Our paper is dedicated to approaches that instead focus on analysis of webpage’s visual representation – the way it is rendered in different browsers and environments and delivered to th...
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The World Wide Web represents a tremendous source of knowledge, whose amount constantly increases. Open Data initiatives and the Semantic Web community have emphasized the need to publish data in a structured format based on open standards and ideally linked to other data sources. But that does not necessarily lead to error-free information and dat...
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Empowering end users to develop web applications for temporal needs is a well-researched web engineering challenge. Increasing usability, lowering the learning overhead and minimizing the gap between user’s intention and the provided solution are the ultimate goals of EUD practices. In this paper, we propose an architecture which addresses these ch...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an important research area, and substantial developments for a wide range of devices and IoT platforms is evident. However, one of the critical issues in IoT is that the different proprietary IoT platforms and systems are still not interoperable; unable to talk with each other. In this paper, we survey the state-of-t...
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Web Components are an essential building block for modularizing large and complex web applications into smaller pieces. Due to the web's nature, functionality encapsulated into Web Components consist of presentation and business logic. The former executes inside the user agent and the latter on the server-side. Many Web Components are not self-cont...
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We introduced a Social-aware Scoring model that can be used for general adaptive search result ranking purposes in existing E-Commerce environments
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Improving the user experience and conversion rate by means of personalization is of major importance for modern e-commerce applications. Several publications in the past have already dealt with the topic of adaptive search result ranking and appropriate ranking metrics. Newer approaches also took personalized ranking attributes of a connected Socia...
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Ensuring similarity of user interfaces (UI) is often desirable, e.g. in software migration and redesign projects, to minimize experience disruption for regular users and increase subjective satisfaction with new versions. In our paper we explore applicability of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to support test-driven development by predicting simi...
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From a decision-making perspective, the web is an emerging information domain. It makes a large amount of data available for a large group of users in different domains. In recent years, the dramatic growth of data accessible through the web and the development of large-scale distributed web services have presented new challenges for users. Web ser...
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Code and design reuse are as old as software engineering industry itself, but it’s also always a new trend, as more and more software products and websites are being created. Domain-specific design reuse on the web has especially high potential, saving work effort for thousands of developers and encouraging better interaction quality for millions o...
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From a decision-making perspective, the web is an emerging information domain. It makes a large amount of data available for a large group of users in different domains. In recent years, the dramatic growth of data accessible through the web and the development of large-scale distributed web services have presented new challenges for users. Web ser...
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In this final chapter, we report on the outcome of the ICWE 2016 Rapid Mashup Challenge (RMC), describe the voting system used, and draw some conclusions regarding the presented works.
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The ICWE 2016 Rapid Mashup Challenge is the second installment of a series of challenges that aim to engage researchers and practitioners in showcasing and discussing their work on assisting mashup development. This introduction provides the reader with the general context of the Challenge, its objectives and motivation, and the requirements contri...
Book
This book constitutes revised selected papers from the Second International Rapid Mashup Challenge, RMC 2016, held in Lugano, Switzerland in June 2016. The 6 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 8 submissions. They are post-challenge extensions of the selected short participation proposals. The 2016 edition of t...
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Given the rapid update cycles in modern web information systems and the abundance of legacy software being migrated to the web, controlling similarity between user interfaces (UI) is an actual problem of interaction engineering. The similarity (consistency) aspect is also increasingly considered in computer-aided design, where it is included in the...
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While smartphones are widely used for web browsing, also other novel devices like Smart TVs become increasingly popular. Yet, current interfaces do not cater for the newly available devices beyond touch and small screens, if at all for the latter. Particularly search engines—today's entry points of the WWW—must ensure their interfaces are easy to u...
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Whereas in the past, research and industry mainly focused on technological aspects related to the exposure of data and its processing from remote sources, the concern in Semantic Web Data Management started to shift over to other non-technical challenges when dealing with so called Linked Enterprise Data. Information Quality is such an aspect that...