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Vol. 23 No. 3/2019

Issue Topic: Artificial Intelligence

Integration of a Human Risk Module into a Risk Management Software
Magali DUBOSSON, Emmanuel FRAGNIERE, Nathalie JUNOD, Samuele MEIER, Sacha VARONE, Arnaud FOURNIER 5
In the scientific literature and in practice, many questionnaires based on a myriad of measures have been designed and tested to measure and evaluate perceived work stress or employee in-volvement. The objective of our research is to identify the most significant elements of human risks and to combine them into a single score at the level of teams and departments. Indeed, for companies, what really matters are the stress or dissatisfaction factors that lead to harmful behavior that prevent managers and their teams from achieving their objectives. Based on this research, we are developing a module that will be incorporated into the Oxial software and will also be available as a stand-alone module. This module will collect and analyze the data to cal-culate a single score measuring the level of human risk. This aspect is very innovative, because no risk management software currently includes a module dedicated to human risks.
Keywords: Enterprise Risk Management, Human Risk, Occupational Stress, Risk Software, Well-Being at Work

Modeling the Impact of Information System on Organizational Culture and Business-IT Strategic Alignment
Ion SMEUREANU, Bassel DIAB 16
This paper proposes a model which explores how enterprises in Lebanon recognize the role of information system in fostering the quality of knowledge and information shared among its organizational members. Principally, it seeks to investigate the significance of organizational culture in promoting the main attributes of information, the impact of cultural factors and info system factors on the level of info sharing, and the leading enablers of Business-IT Strategic Alignment in SMEs compared to Large Enterprises.
Keywords: Information System Success Model, Information Quality, Organizational Culture, Strategic Alignment, Information Sharing

Applying PLU Rules on Different BIM/GIS Interoperability Approaches
Elio HBEICH, Ana ROXIN, Nicolas BUS 26
Compliance checking for building models, cities and territories involves formalizing a set of model schemas and constraints. In this context, we aim to achieve two goals: (1) achieve semantic interoperability between BIM (IFC) and GIS (CityGML), which help us represent building information in its details and its surrounding environment; (2) adapting of PLU rule into semantic queries. In this article, we will introduce (A) BIM and GIS interoperability approaches, and (B) connecting the interoperable models, with PLU levels. Our approach addresses (Prob1) interoperability between IFC and CityGML on building scale model, and (Prob2) the correlation between PLU rules and the multiscale model.
Keywords: BIM, GIS, CityGML, IFC, Interoperability, PLU

Restarting the Information Society Based on Blockchain Technology
Marian STOICA, Bogdan GHILIC-MICU, Marinela MIRCEA 39
Social sciences literature claims that humanity is traversing a development stage generically called knowledge based informational society. It also anticipates another development horizon characterized by the explosion of artificial intelligence, corroborated with ever more spectacular development of information and communication technology. If we associate it with one of the most recent technologies dedicated mainly to information security – blockchain technology, we can certainly talk about a rebooting of informational society. Being itself a revolution, we will argue in this paper the level of influence blockchain has on business architectures, financial services, anti-plagiarism solutions, real estate transactions, economy, society, electoral processes and democracy as a whole. The ecosystem that supports all these transformations, developed and embedded in the global internet is IOT – Internet of Things.
Keywords: Blockchain, Knowledge Society, Internet-of-Things (IoT), Confidence Protocol, e-Voting.

Just in Time Teaching and Learning System in the Standard e-Classroom
Gabriel ZAMFIR 49
E-society is a just in time learning system, based on versioning technologies. E-science is a similar system, too, but it is based on recursive educational processes and iterative implementa-tions of technologies. E-education is by definition, and by default, a just in time learning system. E-society is a native environment for all forms of the traditional education: formal, non-formal and informal education. At the same time, e-society is a native environment for structured educational resources: electronic, digital and virtual resources. In this context, the standard e-classroom become the native environment in order to develop a just in time teaching and learn-ing system. This article presents the conceptual framework as a knowledge one, for such an approach, based on the meta language and the object language, as a twofold research paradigm, and details the theoretical framework as a comprehension one, and the analytical framework, as an application for a solution, including a case study.
Keywords: Scientific Researches in e-Education, Digital Articles, Assisted Instruction, Teacher Assisted Learning, Standard Assisted Instruction Applications, Standard Assisted Individual Studies

Challenges and Solutions of Applying Large-Scale Agile at Organization-al Level
Florin DUMITRIU, Gabriela MEȘNIȚĂ, Laura-Diana RADU 61
Large-scale agile development receives widespread interest today in research and practice. Two different dimensions could be considered in the context of applying agile at large-scale: individual level, like project or team, and organization level. The majority of literature treats the subject of large-scale agile implementation at the individual level or not very specific. In our paper, we placed at organization level with the aim to find out the challenges and solutions that are relevant for enterprise-wide agile implementation in large organizations in order to create agility beyond individual team or project. Based on the literature review, we have found twelve challenges, grouped in three categories and three general solutions.
Keywords: Large-Scale Agile, Organizational Context, Hybrid Method, Enterprise Architecture

An IoT, Virtual Machines and Cloud Computing-based Framework for an Optimal Management of Healthcare Data Collected from a Smart Environment. A Case Study: RO-Smart Ageing Project
Dragoș Nicolae NICOLAU, Adriana ALEXANDRU, Marilena IANCULESCU 72
Globally, the population is ageing and the number of older people is increasing dramatically. These are challenges for healthcare systems because an increased need for medical assistance is related to ageing. The availability of health-related data and information is a main issue for assessing the health status of seniors, having an important impact on their quality of life. Due to Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, smart environment, and virtual machines, the traditional healthcare approaches are replaced by up-to-date (remote) health monitoring systems in smart environments. The paper presents the opportunities provided by such solutions for an appropriate management of older people health related information. RO-SmartAgeing, a remote health monitoring system based on IoT, is presented as a case study with the intention of revealing the rise of the efficiency and the decease of the response time in seniors remote monitoring systems.
Keywords: Data Optimized Management, Ageing Population, Internet of Things, Virtual Machine, Elderly

A Model of Achieving Safe Interoperability of Medical Data in the Private Sector of Health Care in Romania
Madalina-Elena RAC-ALBU, Marius RAC-ALBU 84
The lack of interoperability in the private sector of medical services in Romania represents a big gap in completing a medical file for a patient who uses both private and public medical services. In this article is presented a model of an interoperable medical system in private medical services. This system has standardized medical documents (in conceptions) and interoperable medical documents (using documents interoperability standards). These are two different items, the first ones are referring to gathering the same medical records for all the patients for every medical field (e.g.: cardiology, dermatology etc.) and the second ones are referring to transport standards like HL7/CDA (Health Level 7/Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine). This new designed system has a big focus on protecting the personal data of the patients by respecting the European Law about personal data sharing (General Data Protection Regulation-GDPR) specially article no. 26 which requires pseudonymization and anonymization of personal da and medical records. [1]
Keywords: Interoperability of Medical Data, HL7/CDA, EHR (Electronic Health Record), IT Medical System, Protection Of Medical Data

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