COIN - Potential multipliers and policy makers training section
published: Jan. 31, 2010,
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These videolectures describe the technologies being used and developed in COIN, and some of the applications of those technologies in the project. The lectures are given by COIN researchers and by other researchers working in the same and related fields.
MUST SEE videos for Multipliers before taking the courses:
1. Motivation for the paradigm - Multiplier training
Description: This first unit aims at creating a motivation for the course through a brief presentation of application areas, illustrated by concrete examples in industry, services, government, etc. A brief historic overview of the industrial organizational paradigms leading to collaborative networks and their interoperability as well as a summary of current technological and organizational trends is presented. For each example an attempt to identify the main involved problems (e.g. organizational forms, processes, and cooperation and collaboration forms) is made, calling the attention for the potential contributes from other disciplines.
Key concepts: Collaboration and Interoperability, Practical examples of CNs, Practices of Interoperability, Historic overview, Technological and organizational trends, Discussion of the usefulness/benefits and current limitations
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Suggested video lectures:: Everything will be on machines by Cristina Martinez, The Future Internet: a vision from European Research by Cristina Martinez, Developing a production engineering based theory of production by Günther Schuh, Web 2.0 and Collaborative Working Environments: What can we learn? by Wolfgang Prinz, Current Solutions and Future Trends by Sergio Gusmeroli
2. Basic concepts - Multiplier training
Description: After the motivation phase, the base concepts are introduced. Considering the large variety of collaborative networks and interoperability modes, a categorization of the various forms is made and taxonomy is introduced in order to give students a global perspective of the area. At the same time the basic project concepts and models are being addressed. The various innovative concepts and models developed in COIN.
Key concepts: COIN Basic Concepts, Fundamentals in CN, Fundamentals in Interoperability, COIN innovative concepts and models
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Suggested video lectures: The COIN Metaphor for EU Industry by Sergio Gusmeroli, Logical Foundations for the Infrastructure of the Information Market by Nick Rossiter, Collaboration and Interoperability – COIN Approach by Sergio Gusmeroli, COIN Innovative Services by Michele Sesana, TCC plenary session by Sergio Gusmerol
3. Enterprise Interoperability - Multiplier training
Description: After the motivation phase and the COIN basic concepts are introduced, the base concepts of Enterprise Interoperability are explained. After describing the overall goals and essential terms for the Interoperability of enterprises, principles, methods and benefits of enterprise Interoperability are explained.
Key concepts: Basic Concepts, Definitions and Approaches, Enterprise Modelling for Interoperability, Business Interoperability (BI)
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Suggested video lectures: Achieving Interoperability in Grid-Enabled Virtual Organisation by Peter Katranuschkov, Business Cases for Enterprise Interoperability - The Andalusian Aeronautics Business Case Alberto Olmo, Debate on Business Cases for Enterprise Interoperability by Sergio Gusmerol, Workshop: Improving the recruitment process through ontology-based querying by Holger Wache, Enterprise Interoperability Services by Francesco Taglino
4. VO Breeding Environment - Multiplier training
Description: Course on the main elements of the VBE that are studied in COIN featuring theoretical and practical business examples from the field. The basic elements of Virtual Organizations Breeding Environment and its role in the context of CNO.
Key concepts: Concept and examples, Components, structure, actors and roles
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Suggested video lectures: Modelling competences by Jure Ferlež, Introduction to Network Analysis by Marko Grobelnik, Dunja Mladenić, Virtual organisations breeding environment by Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Exploring Collaborative Networked Organisations in ECOLEAD by Mitja Jermol, An overview of trust and trust building in networks by Kirsimarja Blomqvist
5. Virtual Organizations - Multiplier training
Description: Course on the concept and structure of Virtual Organizations creation rules and functionalities. Here we present the continuous life cycle of the Virtual Organization creation with its creation, formation, later approaching its breeding environment functionalities and ultimately its dissolution and incorporation into its next life cycle phase.
Key concepts: Concepts, organizational models and operational rules, Life cycle
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Suggested video lectures: Virtual organizations management by Martin Ollus, VOM in relation to VBE & PVC by Martin Ollus, Performance Management in VOs by Marcus Seifert, Virtual reality for VE by Pavel Slavík, Management of collaboration in networks by Martin Ollus
6. Virtual Communities - Multiplier training
Description:In this course is shown the basic knowledge on Virtual Communities, the concept of Professional Virtual Communities that is being explored in COIN. A typology of VC is introduced and a particular attention is devoted to Professional Virtual Communities. The components, structure, and life cycle of PVCs are discussed.
Key concepts: Concepts and typology, Components
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Suggested video lectures: Performance Management in VOs by Marcus Seifert, Concurrent Innovation – Vision 2020 by Roberto Santoro, ICT-I by Sergio Gusmeroli, Building a Community on Trust by David Baltimore, AIESEC PVC ECOLEAD case study by Volodja Vorobey
Additional video lectures: PVC basic concepts & typologies, PVC and cooperation from AI perspective, Social protocols in Professional Virtual Communities, Science mapping with asymmetric co-occurence analysis
7. Architectures and Platforms - Multiplier training
Description:Focusing on research coordination in the area of Architecture & Platforms. Show basic internet and computer technologies, ideas, and concepts for enterprise interoperability purposes and to continue on updating with state-of-the-art models, approaches and mechanisms.
Key concepts: Computer networks basics. Base Internet technologies, Emerging computing models and implementation approaches
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Suggested video lectures: The Advantages of Hybrid Architectural Approaches for the Integrating Middleware by George Gionis, Enterprise Architecture: A Service Interoperability Analysis Framework by Johan Ullberg, ICT infrastructure by Ugo Negretto, Agent technologies for VE + SW demonstrations: MAS Tutorial by Jiří Hodík, Service Oriented Architectures by Thierry Nagellen
8. Background Technologies - Multiplier training
Description: This course presents and explains core technologies from the area of knowledge technologies that ranges from the data driven methods to knowledge driven methods and are important for detecting, analyzing and managing knowledge (tacit and explicit) in enterprises, organisations or agents. Recent developments in the particular areas are demonstrated through real software prototypes, successful market cases and real business implementations.
Key concepts: Traditional technologies
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Suggested video lectures: A Data Miner’s Story – Getting to Know the Grand Challenges by Usama Fayyad, Data Mining by Rao Kotagiri, Lecture 1 - The Motivation & Applications of Machine Learning by Andrew Ng, Introduction to the Semantic Web by Aldo Gangemi, Sean Bechhofer, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Jim Hendler, Knowledge technologies for network organisations by Mitja Jermol
Additional video lectures:In the Eye of the Beholder? Another look at Cognitive Systems, Scaling AI Through Multi-Agent Organizations, Self-Organization and Finite Size Effects in Agent Models for Financial Markets, Assessing the Critical Factors that Determine the Availability of Wood Fuel in Switzerland with an Agent Based Model
9. COIN Solution - Multiplier training
Description: This is one of the main courses in COIN training programmes. It is aimed at presenting COIN innovative solutions that will be developed in the frame of the project. The main focus is on the explanation and demonstration of technologies developed in COIN, their use in the industry contexts and on the discussion of their implications to the traditional business environment.
Key concepts: Basic architecture, Introduction to COIN Service platform, Introduction to COIN Enterprise Interoperability services, Interoperability baseline, Introduction to COIN Enterprise Collaboration services, Collaboration baseline
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Suggested video lectures: COIN Collaborative Services by Kim Jansson, User requirements elicitation adapting Serious Gaming approach by Patrick Sitek, COIN Platform Demonstration by Michele Sesana, COIN Baseline services and negotiation support by Klaus Fischer, Technical and Business Innovation by Michele Sesana
10. Practical Examples and COIN prototypes - Multiplier training
Description: In this course the practical examples of COIN prototypes will be demonstrated and explained together with some applications that are related to the COIN research domain. The course will be supplemented with a hands-on workshop to allow participants to deal with concrete examples from their work context.
Key concepts: use scenarios, case studies and best practices, demonstrators, demos, prototypes
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Suggested video lectures: COIN Collaborative Product Development Services by Alberto Olmo, COIN System Demos by Michele Sesana, iSURF – Piacenza Knitwear Business Case by Alessandro Canepa, COIN Service Platform with hands-on by Srdjan Komazec, Usage of Integrated Services in the industry by Simon Oman
11. Information Management - N/A for Multipliers
12. Information Exchange Standards - Multiplier training
Description: A number of standards particularly relevant for collaborative networks and enterprise interoperability are introduced and analyzed. Among them: EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), which in historical terms represents one of the first tools for cooperation among enterprises, is introduced and briefly characterized.
Key concepts: Importance of standards
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Suggested video lectures: Logistics-related information exchange - international exchange - international efforts and Finnish developments by Karri Rantasila, Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Using Data Mining Techniques to Address Critical Information Exchange Needs in Disaster Affected Public-Private Networks by Li Zheng, The Expanding Information Universe: New Trends, New Forms, New Usages by Marta Nagy-Rothengass, Adventures in Personalized Information Access by Barry Smyth, Global Challenges and Information Society Development by Jerome C. Glenn
13. Coordination Mechanisms - Multiplier training
Description: This course is aimed at providing knowledge about the models, structures and mechanisms for management, coordination and problem solving. The coordination mechanisms are basic mechanisms in any networked organisation and as such the focal point of interest for any distributed, knowledge focused organisation.
Key concepts: Collaboration modalities
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Suggested video lectures: Combined Problems of Cooperation and Coordination by Hans-Ulrich Stark, Web Click Network by Filippo Menczer, Global and Local Dynamics in Correlated Systems by Tiziana Di Matteo, Challenges and Strategies for IT Services in Heterogeneous Enterprise Environments by Sujit Wings
14. Management of common Ontologies - Multiplier training
Description: This course is aimed at providing the base concepts of ontologies, especially in relation to the COIN common ontology, explore the potential of ontology-based techniques to tackle the problem of interoperability.
Key concepts: The role of ontologies in collaboration, COIN Core level common ontology
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Suggested video lectures: Text and web data mining by Marko Grobelnik, Ontology-driven Semantic Mapping by Nikolai Dahlem, Ontologies and Machine Learning by Marko Grobelnik, Blaž Fortuna, Ontologies, semantic web and VE by Marek Obitko, Transitioning Applications to Ontologies by Kalina Bontcheva
15. e-Commerce and e-Markets - Multiplier training
Description: This course will in particular investigate aspects related to the economics and the incentives behind Interoperability.
Key concepts: Concepts of e-Commerce and e-Market
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Suggested video lectures: Business Models Background Man-Sze Li, iSURF – Piacenza Knitwear Business Case by Alessandro Canepa, Business Cases for Enterprise Interoperability Collaborative Demand Capacity Planning (CDCP) by Josef Withalm, Innovative collaboration in Media – a COIN case in EEU by Konstantin Hristov, Towards New Business Models in the Energy Sector based on Software-as-a-Service-Utilities and Value-added Services by Hannes Suttner
16. Non Technological Issues - - N/A for Multipliers
17. Organisation Modeling and Reference Models - Multiplier training
Description: The course topic is focusing on Organisation Modelling as a combination of a set of activities within an enterprise with a structure describing their logical order and dependence whose objective is to produce a desired result. Business Process modeling as an enabler of common understanding and analysis of a business process. The course will also describe the main process modeling techniques.
Key concepts: Concept of reference model
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Suggested video lectures: Combined Problems of Cooperation and Coordination by Hans-Ulrich Stark, Web Click Network by Filippo Menczer, Global and Local Dynamics in Correlated Systems by Tiziana Di Matteo
18. Emerging Collaborative Forms - Multiplier training
Description: Brief summary of the various collaborative forms studied in previous units, a discussion of possible new models and generalizations is made. As a starting basis, new forms of collaborative e-government, e-science, Virtual institutes, Virtual laboratories, etc, are discussed. Other generalizations include: networks of sensors, networks of machines, etc.
Key concepts: Summary of studied collaborative forms and interoperability approaches, New application examples: collaborative e-government, e-Science, Virtual institutes, Virtual Labs, etc., Internet of Things: Networks of machines, networks of sensors., Intelligent, self-aware enterprises, Symbiotic models, Other emerging cases.
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Suggested video lectures: Structure and Dynamics in Complex Networks by Mark Newman, Distributive Adaptive Control: A Real-world Cognitive Architecture applied to Robots, Spaces and Avatares by Paul Verschure, The "Digital Territory" as a Complex System of Interacting Agents, Emergent Properties and Technologies by Yannis Stamatiou, European Network of Livin Labs by Mikael Börjeson, Smart Objects Innovation Lab: Theory and practice - hand in hand by Sebastian Kropp,
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