Category Archives: Information Systems

Three accepted papers to WorldCist16′, Recife, Brazil

Three accepted papers to WorldCist16′ Recife, Brazil. One Norwegian point each! WorldCist’16 – 4th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, to be held at Recife, PE, Brazil, 22 – 24 March 2016. — “A Business and IT Architecture Model … Continue reading

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Text mining of cancer pathology reports at Kreftregisteret, Oslo, 8-9 april 2015

Rebecka Weegar and I had a kickoff for our Minecan project at Kreftregisteret, Oslo, 8-9 April 2015. 200 000 cancer pathology reports for cancer are sent yearly from all hospitals in Norway to Kreftregistret to be manually read and entered … Continue reading

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Stockholm Natural Language Processing Meetup

Today I visited Stockholm Natural Language Processing Meetup. This time hosted by Gavagai at Bondegatan 21, Södermalm in Stockholm. Sahar Asadi from Meltwater, organised everything. The topic today was “Word embedding: From theory to practice. Three speakers talked: Magnus Sahgren … Continue reading

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Workshop: By Dan Csontos: How to publish in top ranked scientific journals

40 participants at Dr. Dan Csontos’ Workshop, PhD-students, and PhDs, all enthusiastic. Good discussions on how to get your paper through the editor’s gate with elegantly formulated cover letters. If that does not work – appeal if necessary. Moreover we … Continue reading

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New book in German on Enterprise Modeling

  Kurt Sandkuhl, Matthias Wißotzki, Janis Stirna, Unternehmensmodellierung: Grundlagen, Methode und Praktiken, Springer, 2013, ISBN 978-3-642-31093-5, available on SpringerLink

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The EnRiMa project successfully completed the second review

The EnRiMa project partners gathered in Brussels 29-30 May to have the projects second review meeting. During the review meeting the prototype of the EnRiMa decisions support system was demonstrated for the reviewers. It was demonstrated how the system based … Continue reading

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Coling 2012, Bombay, India, 9-14 December

The 24th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Coling 2012  took place in Bombay (Mumbai) India, December 9-14. It is the largest computational linguistics conference in the world. At the conference were 600 participants from 60 countries. 1600 papers were submitted … Continue reading

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Best Paper Award

The paper ”Capability Driven Development – an Approach to Support Evolving Organizations” written by Janis Stirna, Janis Grabis, Martin Henkel and Jelena Zdravkovic has been awarded for being among the best papers in the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM) conference … Continue reading

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