Table of Contents, vol 12, no 1&2, year 2019

pages: 1 - 13
“Smart” Participation: Confronting Theoretical and Operational Perspectives
Clémentine Schelings, University of Liège, Belgium
Catherine Elsen, University of Liège, Belgium

pages: 14 - 26
A Hybrid Approach for Personalized and Optimized IaaS Services Selection
Hamdi Gabsi, ENSI, Tunisia
Rim Drira, ENSI, Tunisia
Henda Benghezala, ENSI, Tunisia

pages: 27 - 38
A Survey on Smart Cities, Big Data, Analytics, and Smart Decision-making. Towards an analytical framework for decision-making in smart cities
Marius Rohde Johannessen, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway
Lasse Berntzen, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway
Rania El-Gazzar, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

pages: 39 - 49
Distributed Situation Recognition in Industry 4.0
Mathias Mormul, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Pascal Hirmer, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Matthias Wieland, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Bernhard Mitschang, University of Stuttgart, Germany

pages: 50 - 59
Light-Fidelity (Li-Fi) LED assisted navigation in large indoor environments
Manuela Vieira, CTS-UNINOVA-ISEL, Portugal
Manuel Augusto Vieira, CTS-UNINOVA_ISEL, Portugal
Paula Louro, CTS/UNINOVA-ISEL, Portugal
Pedro Vieira, IT-ISEL, Portugal
Alessandro Fantoni, CTS-UNINOVA-ISEL, Portugal

pages: 60 - 69
Similarity Measures and Requirements for Recommending User Stories in Large Enterprise Development Processes
Matthias Jurisch, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Stephan Böhm, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Maria Lusky, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Katharina Kahlcke, DB Systel GmbH, Germany

pages: 70 - 81
A Framework for Semantic Description and Interoperability across Cyber-Physical Systems
Amita Singh, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Fabian Quint, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany
Patrick Bertram, Technologie-Initiative SmartFactoryKL e.V., Germany
Martin Ruskowski, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany

pages: 82 - 92
Achieving Higher-level Support for Knowledge-intensive Processes in Various Domains by Applying Data Analytics
Gregor Grambow, Aalen University, Germany

pages: 93 - 110
Dynamic Knowledge Tracing Models for Large-Scale Adaptive Learning Environments
Androniki Sapountzi, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sandjai Bhulai, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Ilja Cornelisz, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Chris van Klaveren, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

pages: 111 - 122
Modeling, Verification and Code Generation for FPGA with Adaptive Petri Nets
Carl Mai, TU Dresden, Germany
René Schöne, TU Dresden, Germany
Johannes Mey, TU Dresden, Germany
Michael Jakob, TU Dresden, Germany
Thomas Kühn, TU Dresden, Germany
Uwe Aßmann, TU Dresden, Germany

pages: 123 - 134
Governing Roles and Responsibilities in a Human-Machine Decision-Making Context: A Governance Framework
Koen Smit, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, the Netherlands
Martijn Zoet, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

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