Information Logistic Applications for Information-on-Demand Scenarios: Concepts and Experiences from WIND Project

@inproceedings{Jaksch2003InformationLA,
  title={Information Logistic Applications for Information-on-Demand Scenarios: Concepts and Experiences from WIND Project},
  author={Stefan Jaksch and Stefan Pfennigschmidt and Kurt Sandkuhl and Christoph Thiel},
  booktitle={EUROMICRO},
  year={2003}
}
The field of information logistics aims at developing concepts, technologies and applications for need-oriented information supply. Information-on-demand services are a typical application area for information logistics, as they have to fulfill user needs with respect to content, location, time and quality. The application context for this paper is the implementation of the weather-informationon-demand service WIND, providing warnings about hazardous weather conditions to end customers. The… CONTINUE READING
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