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Guillaume Jacquet is a research scientist at the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy
Andreas Krause is assistant professor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Remo Pareschi is associate professor, University of Molise, Campobasso, Italy.
Nicolas Usunier is maître de conférences at UniversitérTechnologie de Compiegne.
Xerox will share its latest innovations in off-street and on-street parking, photo enforcement, tolling and vehicle management at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014. The over 26,000 traffic professionals visiting Intertraffic Amsterdam can indulge in a world of solutions for any traffic issue imaginable presented by over 800 exhibitors. Mario Jarmasz from the European Research Centre will demonstrate the Xerox City Dashboard Business Intelligence software that delivers municipalities and local authorities customised solutions and data to improve mobility.
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GRENOBLE, France, March 20, 2014 – Call centers, vitally important to businesses such as airlines and credit card companies, often have agents who say they feel isolated, receiving little feedback on how they are interacting with customers. To help, Xerox researchers have invented software that uses gaming techniques to provide feedback and encourage teamwork. More info
Adrian Mos, Enterprise Architecture presenting Modeling and Monitoring Business Processes with Mangrove, BPMN2 Editor and Stardust and co-organising symposium: SOA Symposium: Workflow and Integration Open Bar.
Invited talk, Craig Saunders. Royal Holloway, University of London, UK on the 10th of March 2014.
Matthias Gallé will participate in LATA 2014 and present a paper, co-authored with Matías Tealdi: "On Context-Diverse Repeats and their Incremental Computation".
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