Virtual university


Type Research Project

Funding Bodies
  • Innovationsfonds der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien

Duration April 1, 1998 - March 31, 1999

  • Applied Information Technology with Focus on IT in Organization AE (Details)
  • Applied Information Technology AE (Details)

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  • Geyer-Schulz, Andreas (Former researcher) Project Head
  • Hahsler, Michael (Former researcher)
  • Schneider, Georg (Former researcher)
 

Abstract (German)

Experimentelle Ökonomie, Klassifikation, Software Patterns, verteilte Verarbeitung, Agenten.


Abstract (English)

The Living Lectures - Virtual University project of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration aims at improving research and education by creatively using available information technology for the benefit of all of its members and the general public. The project has three parts which mutually support each other: The WU-Innovation Competition 1998; the Educational Program; ongoing development of the Virtual University Environment for the intelligent support of a learning organization.

Publications

Chapter in edited volume

2000 Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler, Michael. 2000. Lebenslanges virtuelles Lernen. In: Grucza, Franciszek (ed.): Europas Arbeitswelt von Morgen. 51-54, Wien, Wiener Zentrum der Polnischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Details)
  Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler,Michael, Jahn, Maximillian. 2000. myvu: A next generation recommender system based on observed consumer behavior and interactive evolutionary algorithms. In: Gaul, Wolfgang, Opitz, Otto, Schader, Martin (eds.): Data Analysis: Scientific Modeling and Practical Applications, Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization, 447-457, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany (Details)

Contribution to conference proceedings

2002 Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler, Michael, Jahn, Maximillian. 2002. Recommendations for virtual universities from observed user behavior. In: Gaul, W., Ritter, G. (eds.): Classification, Automation, and New Media. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Klassifikation e.V., University of Passau, March 15-17, 2000. Springer-Verlag (Details)
2001 Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler, Michael, Jahn, Maximillian. 2001. A customer purchase incidence model applied to recommender systems. In: WebKDD2001 Workshop, 35-45, San Francisco, CA, August 2001 (Details)
  Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler, Michael, Jahn, Maximillian. 2001. Wissenschaftliche Recommendersysteme in virtuellen Universitäten. In: Appelrath, H.-J., Beyer, R., Marquardt, U., Mayr, H. C., Steinberger, C. (eds.): Unternehmen Hochschule, Wien, Österreich, September 2001. Symposium UH2001, GI Lecture Notes in Informatics (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2001 Andreas Geyer-Schulz, Hahsler, Michael. 2001. Software engineering with analysis patterns. Technical Report 01/2001, Institut für Informationsverarbeitung und -wirtschaft, Wirschaftsuniversität Wien, Augasse 2-6, 1090 Wien, November (Details)

Dissertation

2001 Michael Hahsler. 2001. Analyse Patterns im Softwareentwicklungsprozeß mit Beispielen für Informationsmanagement und deren Anwendungen für die Virtuellen Universität der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien. Dissertation, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Details)

Diploma thesis

1997 Michael Hahsler. 1997. Software Patterns: Pinwände. Diplomarbeit, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Details)

Unpublished lecture

2000 Hahsler, Michael. 2000. Living Lectures - WU Virtual Library: Ein Lernportal. Vortragsreihe 'Lernen per Internet', Technische Universität Wien (Details)
1999 Geyer-Schulz, Andreas, Hahsler, Michael, Schneider, Georg. 1999. The living lectures - virtual university project. Global Bangemann Challenge, Stockholm, Sweden (Details)

Classification

  • 2947 Information technology (Details)
  • 1122 Artificial intelligence (Details)

Expertise

  • learning organization
  • software
  • virtual enterprise
  • university