Tag Archives: Social Machines
FE 2.0 – The 1st International Workshop on Towards Fully Enterprise 2.0
The 1st International Workshop on Towards Fully Enterprise 2.0 (FE 2.0) is coming!! This workshop will be held at the 8th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM 2015). FE 2.0 workshop aims at addressing the lack of … Continue reading →
The Social Enterprise
With the widespread adoption of social (aka Web 2.0) technologies like social networks, blogs, and wikis, there is a growing interest in looking into how enterprises should capitalize on these technologies. The social enterprise is the one that on top … Continue reading →
Personal APIs as an Enabler for Designing and Implementing People as Social Machines
Paper accepted for publication at the proceedings of the 23rd WWW2014 Companion The paper “Personal APIs as an Enabler for Designing and Implementing People as Social Machines”, by Vanilson Burégio, Leandro Nascimento, Nelson Rosa and Silvio Meira, has been accepted for publication in … Continue reading →
Personal APIs: a new SM-related topic of research inquiry?
We have been using the term “Personal APIs” basically to refer to the use of Open Application Programming Interfaces (Open APIs) to programmatically access information about a person (e.g., personal basic info, health-related statistics, busy data) and/or trigger his/her human capabilities in a … Continue reading →
Moving Towards “Relationship-aware” Applications and Services: A Social Machine-oriented Approach
Paper published in the Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops (EDOCW), 2013 , vol., no., pp.43,52, 9-13 Sept. 2013 Abstract The open, distributed approach of the Web and the relationship’s prevalence of applications and services is … Continue reading →
[You] is coming, GREAT times are coming….
Are YOU coming? Click here to see [YOU] – one of the case studies of Vanilson’s PhD research on Social Machines.
SOCIAL MACHINES: ONE PARADIGM, DIFFERENT VISIONS…
Social Machines: A Unified Paradigm to Describe Social Web-Oriented Systems Blending computational and social elements into software has gained significant attention in key conferences and journals. In this context, “Social Machines” appears as a promising model for unifying both computational and social processes. … Continue reading →
We define a notion of social machine and envisage an algebra that can describe networks of such. To start with, social machines are defined as tuples of input, output, processes, constraints, state, requests and responses; apart from defining the machines … Continue reading →