Malihe Tabatabaie

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Enterprise information systems (EIS) development raises specific challenges related to the scale and complexity of the business processes that must be supported. Techniques for managing the challenges of scale and complexity are often based on modelling, and are targeted at different parts of the EIS development process. This paper presents the results of(More)
The first part of the talk will introduce an interpretation of the information turn as a fourth revolution. We are not immobile, at the centre of the universe (Copernican revolution); we are not unnaturally detached and diverse from the rest of the animal world (Darwinian revolution); we are not Cartesian subjects entirely transparent to ourselves(More)
Enterprises are organisations with multiple business processes; they often use Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) to support these business processes. The concept of an EIS has arisen from the need to deal with the increasingly volatile requirements of modern large–scale organisations. EIS are growing in use and are now being used to support government,(More)
The talk will give an overview of combined shape and texture models, which are able to model a population of a given class of objects which have distinctive landarks, for example human faces or medical images of a given organ. Once constructed, appearance models can be used to rapidly fit to new examples of the same type of object. For example using the(More)
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