Christian Hocken

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With the new business models of the Web 2.0 the need for continuous requirements engineering becomes even more important. Future applications are in ’perpetual beta’ and well-understood user needs are a competitive advantage in a billion dollar market. However, user communities have to be addressed with new Web 2.0 style elicitation tools, since support by(More)
Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) bears great potential for computer-aided diagnosis (CAD). However, current CBIR systems are not able to integrate with clinical workflow and PACS generally. One essential factor in this setting is scheduling. Applied and proved with modalities and the acquisition of images for a long time, we now establish scheduling(More)
Advances in mobile communication technologies lead to a coalescence of location-based, multimedia services for user communities. However, easy development and maintenance of device-independent mobile services are still challenging. We have developed a service-oriented framework for mobile multimedia processing based on international standards like MPEG-7.(More)
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