Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):

S. Dustdar:
"The Social Compute Unit";
Keynote Lecture: OnTheMove Federated Conferences & Workshops (OTM 2011), Hersonissos, Crete, Greece (invited); 2011-10-17 - 2011-10-21.

English abstract:
Social computing is perceived mainly as a vehicle for establishing and maintaining social (private) relationships as well as utilizing political and social interests. Unsurprisingly, social computing lacks substantial adoption in enterprises. Clearly, collaborative computing is firmly established (as a niche), but no tight integration exists of social and collaborative computing approaches to facilitate mainstream problem solving in and between enterprises or teams of people. In this talk I will present a fresh look at this problem and examine how to integrate people in the form of human-based computing and software services into one composite system, which can be modeled, programmed, and instantiated on a large scale.

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