Dr. Sinuhe Arroyo

Teaching

 
 

Lectures and Tutorials at the University of Innsbruck, Austria

Compiler Design. Winter Semester 06
The course presents provides an introduction to compiler design.
Telecooperation lecture and tutorial. Summer Semester 05
Telecooperation from a new point of view. Under Telecooperation one understands the cooperation locally distributed teams using telecommunications means. It for example allows the teams to process a document synchronously in a conference to participate etc., without leaving the workstation.
B2B Integration. Summer Semester 05
The course presents provides an introduction to Business-to-Business integraion.
Software Development III. Winter Semester 05
The course presents the concepts required to design applications using design patterns.
Logic in Computer Science - Tutorial. Summer Semester 04
The course provides an introduction to logic and model checking.
Telecooperation lecture and tutorial. Summer Semester 04
Considering computer science as both a stimulus and a response in the evolution of "how we live, learn, and work with the net", the Internet can be viewed as the underlying infrastructure for the converging IT, telecommunications, and media industries. Even scientific disciplines increasingly shape up a web: formerly considered a mere service discipline for engineering, life sciences, and humanities, computer science now learns and imports from the partner disciplines, becomes an adult peer in a growing mesh. The Internet goes mobile and multimedia, goes business, broadcast and personal - and faces the Post-PC era of ubiquitous computing. In a world where the complexity of the "made" reaches up to the complexity of the "born", truely dependable systems become ever less realistic. We need novel approaches to connectivity, adaptability, sociability, scalability, and usability of global computing in order to make computers disappear in and interweave with our environment, and in order to move humans back to the center. As humans "telecooperate" with one another and with their (computer-augmented) environment in this vision, "tele" alludes both to the fact that humans cooperation is intentional (and supported as such) and to the mediating role of maybe invisible technology, but not to physical remoteness - which should matter less and less.
Certain Aspects of Web Services Generation - Seminar. Winter Semester 04
Currently computers are changing from single isolated devices to entry points in a world wide network of information exchange and business transactions called the World Wide Web (WWW). Therefore support in data, information, and knowledge exchange becomes the key issue in current computer technology. The WWW has drastically changed the availability of electronically available information. However, this success and exponential grow makes it increasingly difficult to find, to access, to present, and to maintain the information of use to a wide variety of users. In reaction to this bottleneck many new research initiatives and commercial enterprises have been set up to enrich available information with machine processable semantics. Such support is essential for "bringing the web to its full potential" in areas such as knowledge management and electronic commerce. This semantic web will provide intelligent access to heterogeneous and distributed information enabling software products (agents) to mediate between the user needs and the available information sources.
Telecooperation lecture and tutorial. Summer Semester 04
Telecooperation from a new point of view. Under Telecooperation one understands the cooperation locally distributed teams using telecommunications means. It for example allows the teams to process a document synchronously in a conference to participate etc., without leaving the workstation.
Next Generation Web - Seminar. Summer Semester 03
The major objective of our work is this seminar is to discuss current technologies that bring the Web to its full potential by combining and improving recent trends.
Telecooperation lecture and tutorial. Summer Semester 03
Telecooperation from a new point of view. Under Telecooperation one understands the cooperation locally distributed teams using telecommunications means. It for example allows the teams to process a document synchronously in a conference to participate etc., without leaving the workstation.
 

Supervised Bachelor Thesis at the University of Innsbruck, Austria

Kathrin Prantner, "Survey on Web Services Composition technologies I". Summer Semester 05
Katharina Siorpaes, "Survey on Web Services Composition technologies II". Summer Semester 05
 
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