Intelligent Workstations for Professionals: Proceedings of a Joint Symposium Siemens AG Northwestern University, March 1992 by Albert H. RubensteinIntelligent Workstations for Professionals: Proceedings of a Joint Symposium Siemens AG Northwestern University, March 1992 by Albert H. Rubenstein

Intelligent Workstations for Professionals: Proceedings of a Joint Symposium Siemens AG…

byAlbert H. RubensteinEditorHeinz Schwärtzel

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Physicians, lawyers, engineers, architects, financial analysts, and other pro­ fessionals articulate an increasing need for support by intelligent workstations for decision making, analysis, communication, and other activities. "Intelligent Workstations for Professionals" is the collection of papers presented by inter­ national scientists at a symposium and workshop in March 1992. Requirements from potential users, studies of their behavior as well as approaches and aspects oftechnical realizations of "intelligent" functions are introduced. Eight contributions from members of the Center for Information and Tele­ communication Technology (Clrn of Northwestern University, Wisconsin­ Whitewater University, and the Children's Memorial Hospital deal with the latest findings of the UNIS (Users' Needs for Intelligent Systems) project, which is designed to identify needs and wishes from professionals for intelligent sup­ port systems and the potential barriers to adoption and use of such systems. The remaining papers concentrate on new approaches and techniques that en­ hance the "intelligence" of future workstations. They tackle issues like architectural trends in workstation design, the combination of workstations with HDTV and speech processing, automatic reading and understanding of documents, the automated development of software, or the processing of in­ exact knowledge. These papers were contributed by members of the DFKI GmbH (German Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence), GMD mbH (German Society for Mathematics and Data Processing), Siemens Gammasonics Inc., Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG and Siemens AG.
Title:Intelligent Workstations for Professionals: Proceedings of a Joint Symposium Siemens AG…Format:PaperbackDimensions:286 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:January 22, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

An Introduction to the UNIS Project.- Users' Needs for Intelligent Support Systems (UNIS): A Study of Potential Adoption by Professionals.- Users' Needs for Intelligent Systems: ICARIS - Integrated Clinical And Research Information System, DATIS - Decision And Teaching Information System.- Opportunities for Research to Meet Customer Needs.- Intelligent Systems: New Product Development.- Telecooperation: Distributed Cooperative Work of Tomorrow.- Assisting Systems for Processing Inexact Knowledge.- Intelligent Interfaces Between Paper and Computer.- Integration of Speech into Workstation-based Applications.- Multimedia: A New Eye-Catcher in an Evolutionary Process.- Architectural Trends in Workstation Design.- Physicians' Use of Intelligent Systems.- The Software Development Machine.- Programming by Demonstration: A Basis for Auto-Customizable Workstation Software.- Groupware: A Quasi-Experimental Design for the Study of Electronic Mail.- Knowledge-based Telecooperation.- Adaptive User Interfaces.- Workstation and HDTV.