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We present the architecture, technology and experimental applications of a real-time, multi-site, interactive and collaborative environment called Distributed Immersive Performance (DIP). The objective of DIP is to develop the technology for live, interactive musical performances in which the participants - subsets of musicians, the conductor and the(More)
This report is our second one at the MUSICNETWORK open workshop focusing on the user experiments in the Integrated Media Systems Center's Distributed Immersive Performance (DIP) Project. The DIP project explores the creation of a seamless environment for remote and synchronous musical collaboration. We describe here the DIP experiments and findings since(More)
This talk presents the distributed immersive performance (DIP) technologies developed at the Integrated Media Systems Center at the University of Southern California, and the DIP experiments designed to assess the quality of human interaction in these remote environments. The talk represents a summary of the enabling technologies for, and an amalgamation(More)
We propose a hierarchical approach to document categorization that requires no pre-configuration and maps the semantic document space to a predefined taxonomy. The utilization of search engines to train a hierarchical classifier makes our approach more flexible than existing solutions which rely on (human) labeled data and are bound to a specific domain. We(More)
Process breadth and depth completeness is an important factor for evaluating process design adequacy. Current process design strategies and tool-sets poorly support the breadth and depth of business process logic resulting in incomplete business process designs. A framework that integrates the process, activity and resource viewpoints is proposed to address(More)
Service resilience in the face of constant business change is an imperative and complex task for any service organization including those in financial services. Yet, due to its systemic complexity, service resilience as a practice in most organisations is performed in an ad-hoc and inefficient manner resulting in periodic disruptions to day-to-day business(More)
  • Eng Chew
  • 2014
Technological innovations are said to be intricately linked to business models in order to create value for both the end-users and the innovators, as exemplified by Amazon and Google. Yet, specifically how and by what mechanisms or approaches can new technologies be represented and systematically designed as customer-centric business models to create value(More)