INTI 13 - Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud New Extension

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INTI 13 - Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud New Extension

  1. 1. Z. WILHELM – P. ÁCS – C. FILO – C. Z. BERES – P. UHERKOVICH30 May 2013 – Besancon - DijonTerritorial Intelligence Service CloudNew ExtensionUniversity of Pécs – Research Team on TD & ICT
  2. 2. Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud (TISC)Background and Milestones2CooSpace presentation by P. ÁCS /03/24/2005 Madrid ( preparation ofCaENTI proposal)New learning and searching placesby C. FILO 12/06/2005 Besancon(presentation Prof. invité)New challanges ofknowledge transfer in 21stcentury in Hungaryby P. ACS – C. FILO / VECOLLOQUE TIC & TERRITOIRE: QUELS DEVELOPPEMENTS ?Université de Franche Comté,06/09/2006 BesançonCooSpace by P. Acs / Annual conference ofTerritorial Intelligence University "1erDecembrie 1918” 09/20/2006 ALBA IULIA
  3. 3. Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud (TISC)Background and Milestones3Theoreticalapproach ofnetworkcommunication andcollaboration inresearch by P. ACS /2nd AnnualConference CaENTI10/25/2007 HuelvaTerritorial and socialresearch actions andinfo-communicationtools by P. ÁCS /Seminar TerritorialIntelligence—Territorialinformation, indicatorsand tools, 05/29/2008PécsCooperative learning space in higher education by C.FILO – P. ACS Conference Comparazione tra sistemieducativi europei, 05/16/2008 FiscianoTheoretical approach of territorial intelligence andcommunication by P. ÁCS / International Conferenceof Territorial Intelligence Tools and methods of TerritorialIntelligence / 10/17/2008 Besancon
  4. 4. Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud (TISC)Background and Milestones4e-Support of researchactions by P. ACS - C.FILO /IT-GO 03/25/2010Nantes - RennesCulture is a cog-wheel ofeconomy - but how tomeasure by P. Ács - C. FILO/ Conference TheQuestion ofinterdisciplinarity inTerritorial Intelligence10/13/2011 GatineauService Cloud forINTI by P. ACS - C.FILO / ColloqueRegional dynamicsand socialeconomics03/22/2012 ToursService Cloud forINTI by P. ACS - C.FILO / ConferenceVulnerabilitiesand Resiliencebetween Localand Global04/26/2012Salerno
  5. 5. The base of the TISC concept has not been changed
  6. 6. What is new in the TISC concept?The original concept of TISC wasdeveloped in Besancon 2011with MSHE at the Université deFranche-Comté.InformationFederativeauthenticationintegrationData gatheringand mapvisualizationFurther networkdata analysis
  7. 7. Authentication and authorization• Split authentication and authorization issues from applications• SAML – a protocol used for distributed authentication in academic &education• IdP – Identity provider (homeserver where you are identified)• SP – Service Provider (applicationyou use) – secure: no passwordprovided for SP!IdP SPbrowseruseraccessAuth.assertiontrustFederativeauthenticationintegration
  8. 8. SAML federation modellFederativeauthenticationintegration
  9. 9. Advantages• SAML provides SSO• We can use existing IdP-s & National Federations – No need for newpassword issues• TISC may act as IdP for anybody who has not got home IdPFederativeauthenticationintegration
  10. 10. Inter-federation connections• EduGAIN: Géant 2 JRA5 workgroup• Using „Bridging Elements”• Remote federation appears as IdP or SP• http://edugain.org/technical/status.phpFederativeauthenticationintegration
  11. 11. TISC Data visualization• NewGroupType: referenced area• Describes a shape of geolocation area members can enter data related withData and visualizationtemplateReference area Person Reference date Place (geoloc) Named Data17,5survey…Template:What kind of data and howto visualize?Data gatheringand mapvisualization
  12. 12. Template possibilities• Data structure• Named values per each base area• Places and named values per base area• …• Visualization• For each value• Display as text in the middle of the area (a.)• Show value as color of base area (b.)• Show value as symbol size in the middle of the area (c.)• Show value as symbol size at a position (d.)• Show value as text at a position• Show values as area density coloring interpolation in thearea (f.)Data gatheringand mapvisualizationOrmánság50%30-40%20-30%10-20%a.b.c.d.f.
  13. 13. Map service architecturebrowserTISCOpenLayersvisualizerTile MapServiceData withgeolocationGmapsOSMOther Tile Map Services Other ApplicationsData withgeolocationExternal TMSlayer visualizerExternalOpenLayersvisualizerSolid: interface defined in TISCDashed: standard interfaceGreen: open accessRed: trusted accessWSData gatheringand mapvisualization
  14. 14. Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud(TISC)14Further netwokdata analysisAnalyzing of connections(How and what?)•What kind of connections is possible?•What sort of levels and types?•What is the strength of links?•How it changes over time?•How could we measure?•Can we measure them at all?•How could we analyze them?•How many links are in a givennetwork?
  15. 15. Territorial Intelligence Service Cloud(TISC)15Further netwokdata analysisWhat is the aim?What do we want to see?What kind of tools do we have?What data are available?Clique (graph theory)MDS, Clustering (statistical analysis)Knowledge Management (complexity science, information theory, social network analysis, etc.)
  16. 16. Thank you forSROP-4.2.2.C-11/1/KONV – 2012 – 0005Well-being in info-communication societySROP-4.2.2.C-11/1/KONV16

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