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Author ITEE International ICSC Symposium (6th : 2013 : Leuphana University Lüneburg)

Title Information technology in environmental engineering : selected contributions to the sixth International Conference on Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering (ITEE2013) / Burkhardt Funk, Peter Niemeyer, Jorge Marx Gómez, editors
Published Heidelberg : Springer, [2013?]
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 228 pages) : illustrations
Series Environmental science and engineering, Environmental engineering, 1863-5520
Environmental science and engineering (Springer (Firm)). Environmental engineering. 1863-5520
Contents Part I: Research Paper -- Influence of Environmental Protection Requirements on Object-Oriented Software Design / Marat Abilov and Jorge Marx Gómez -- Impact of Design on the Sustainability of Mobile Applications / Hans-Knud Arndt, Bartosz Dziubaczyk and Matthias Mokosch -- Investigating the Promotional Effect of Green Signals in Sponsored Search Advertising Using Bayesian Parameter Estimation / Tobias Blask -- DialogueMaps: Supporting Interactive Transdisciplinary Dialogues with a Web-Based Tool for Multi-layer Knowledge Maps / Paul Drews and Arno Sagawe -- The Role of ICT in Green Logistics: A Systematic Literature Review / Volker Frehe and Frank Teuteberg -- Green Big Data: A Green IT/Green IS Perspective on Big Data / Thomas Hansmann, Burkhardt Funk and Peter Niemeyer -- Conceptualizing the Quantification of the Carbon Footprint of IT-Services / Daniel Grimm, Björn Schödwell, Koray Erek and Ruediger Zarnekow -- Using Key Performance Indicators and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis to Compare the Sustainability of Mobility / Sven Kölpin, Daniel Stamer and Benjamin Wagner vom Berg -- Developing a Maturity Assessment Model for IT-Supported Energy Management / Christian Manthey and Thomas Pietsch -- Accounting and Modeling as Design Metaphors for CEMIS / Andreas Moeller -- Operational Integration of EMIS and ERP Systems / Florian Nottorf and Andreas Mastel -- Enterprise Architectures for Addressing Sustainability Silos / Brenda Scholtz, Anthea Connolley and Andre Calitz -- Municipalities and Sustainable Tourism: Challenges, Requirements and Added Value / Andreas Solsbach and Barbara Rapp -- The Green Product Lifecycle and Services: Is There a Gap? / Timo R.H. von der Dovenmühle and Klaas Schmidt -- Part II: Logistic Workshop -- Service Quality Versus Sustainability: A New Conflict of Objectives / Wolf-Rüdiger Bretzke -- A Standardisation of the Calculation of CO2(e) Emissions Along Supply Chains: Challenges and Requirements Beyond EN 16258 / Verena Charlotte Ehrler and Saskia Seidel -- Information and Process Requirements for Electric Mobility in Last-Mile-Logistics / Matthias Klumpp, Christian Witte and Stephan Zelewski -- Key Factors for Measurement of CO2 Emissions / Indah Lengkong and Jens Froese -- Environmental Impacts in the Liner Shipping Industry / Simone Ziegler
Summary Information technologies have evolved to an enabling science for natural resource management and conservation, environmental engineering, scientific simulation and integrated assessment studies. Computing plays a significant role in the every day practices of environmental engineers, natural scientists, economists, and social scientists. The complexity of natural phenomena requires interdisciplinary approaches, where computing science offers the infrastructure for environmental data collection and management, scientific simulations, decision support, documentation and reporting. Ecology, environmental engineering and natural resource management comprise an excellent real-world testbed for IT system demonstration, while presenting new challenges for computer science. Complexity, uncertainty and scaling issues of natural systems constitute a demanding application domain for modelling, simulation and scientific workflows, data management and reporting, decision support and intelligent systems, distributed computing environments, geographical information systems, heterogeneous systems integration, software engineering, accounting systems, control systems, as well as sustainable manufacturing and reverse logistics. This books offers a collection of papers presented at the 6th International Conference on Environmental Engineering, held in July 2013, in L neburg, Germany. Recent success stories in ecoinformatics, promising ideas and new challenges are discussed among computer scientists, environmental engineers, industrial engineers, economists and social scientists, demonstrating new paradigms for problem solving and decision making
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 16, 2013)
Subject Environmental engineering -- Congresses.
Information technology -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Funk, Burkhardt, editor
Niemeyer, Peter, editor
Gómez, Jorge Marx, editor
ISBN 3642360114 (electronic bk.)
9783642360114 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles ITEE 2013