4th International Conference on Software Engineering (SEC 2018)

February 24~25, 2018, Dubai, UAE

Accepted Papers


  • AN ONTOLOGY-BASED DATA WAREHOUSE FOR THE GRAIN TRADE DOMAIN
    1Mhamed Itmi, 2Boulares Ouchenne, University of Rouen Normandy. France.
    ABSTRACT

    Data warehouse systems provide a great way to centralize and converge all data of an organization in order to facilitating access to the huge amounts of information, analyzing and decision making. Actually, the conceptual data-models of data warehouses does not take into account the semantic dimension of information. However, the semantic of data models constitute an important indicator to help users to finds its way in any applications that use the data warehouse. In this study, we will tackle this problem trough using ontologies and semantic web techniques to integrate and model information. The contributions of this paper are an ontology for the field of grain trade and a semantic data warehouse which uses the ontology as a conceptual data-model.

  • AN ONTOLOGY-BASED DATA WAREHOUSE FOR THE GRAIN TRADE DOMAIN
    1Mhamed Itmi, 2Boulares Ouchenne, University of Rouen Normandy. France.
    ABSTRACT

    Data warehouse systems provide a great way to centralize and converge all data of an organization in order to facilitating access to the huge amounts of information, analyzing and decision making. Actually, the conceptual data-models of data warehouses does not take into account the semantic dimension of information. However, the semantic of data models constitute an important indicator to help users to finds its way in any applications that use the data warehouse. In this study, we will tackle this problem trough using ontologies and semantic web techniques to integrate and model information. The contributions of this paper are an ontology for the field of grain trade and a semantic data warehouse which uses the ontology as a conceptual data-model

    User Centered Interaction Design of Indoor Navigation Applications for Visually Impaired People
    1Shaden AlZeer 2,Abir Benabid,3 Rabia Jafri,Shaqra University Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

    ABSTRACT

    Recent technological developments can provide technical assistance to support disabled people in their everyday tasks and improve their quality of life. This work is part of the iNaVI project that aims to develop the first Indoor Navigation Assistance System for assisting the Visually Impaired (VI) inside buildings in Saudi Arabia and Middle East. This paper focuses on identifying user’s needs, challenges, and expectations For An Indoor Navigation Application. Defining an Evaluation Model to assess the usability of assistive applications. Evaluating the usability of existing Navigation systems or Interfaces for the VI. At the end, we presented design recommendations to be used as guidelines and best practices in the design assistive mobile applications for the VI people based on the result of this study.