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The impact of interactivity on mobile broadcasting value chains

2007-07-02 , Hoegg, Roman , Martignoni, Robert , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

Mobile TV is expected to be the crucial mobile service application driving the short- and mid-term development of the mobile service industry. Mobile TV can be seen as the bearer of additional interactive service elements. Interactivity is perceived to be a new source of revenue and the decisive factor for success of future Mobile TV and other mobile broadcasting services. Interactivity is defined, and different options to implement interactivity are identified and classified in this paper. In addition, the impact of broadcasting value chains is analysed.

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Classification of Collaborative Working Environments in Organizations

2006-06-09 , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Hoegg, Roman

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Web 2.0 Geschäftsmodelle

2008 , Hoegg, Roman , Martignoni, Robert , Meckel, Miriam , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Meckel, Miriam , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

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Understanding Today's Mobile Users' Expectations of Tomorrow's Mobile Services

2007-07-02 , Hoegg, Roman , Martignoni, Robert , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

This paper introduces the results of two independently conducted surveys, both looking at the expectations of today's users of future mobile broadcasting / multicasting services. The goal is to explain what today's mobile users think about and expect from new mobile services and technologies.

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Towards Guidelines for Design of Mobile Services

2005-05-26 , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Hoegg, Roman , Bartmann, Dieter

The paper aims to provide a contribution to the development of generic guidelines for the design of mobile data services. Using the exploratory research tool focus groups amongst other methods it examines the mobile alert service "MediAlert" and takes into account both user as well as business requirements. It's presenting first results of a longitudal research project involving a series of field trials of various mobile applications.

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Massnahmen im Bereich eContent als Querschnittsaufgabe zwischen Bildung, Wirtschaft und Kultur

2006 , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Hoegg, Roman , Bertschi, Stefan

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Overview of business models for Web 2.0 communities

2006-09-28 , Hoegg, Roman , Martignoni, Robert , Meckel, Miriam , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Meißner, Klaus , Engelien, Martin

A new type of communities is gaining momentum on the web and is reshaping online communication and collaboration patterns and the way how information is consumed and produced. Examples of such communities are Wikipedia, MySpace, OpenBC, YouTube, Folksonomies, numerous Weblogs and others. In literature different terms can be found to denote the emerging and growing new phenomenon: social software or peer production. In the year 2005, Tim O'Reilly popularized the term Web 2.0 . While the first two terms can be applied also to earlier, already established forms of online communities, the term Web 2.0 is mostly applied to emphasize the differences of emerging communities compared to earlier forms of online communities, encompassing various perspectives - technology, attitude, philosophy. While, recently the mass media have picked up broadly the term Web 2.0 and the related phenomenon of emerging online communities, there has been less attention in the scientific community. First papers are available that try to define the phenomenon and to relate it to existing developments. Other papers categorize Web 2.0 communities and provide a first detailed description of the various kind of communities. There are also first papers that focus on a certain type of Web 2.0 communities as for example: social networking communities, Online Encyclopedias, Folksonomies. The most widely researched phenomenon are Web-blogs .

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A Taxonomy for Networked Working Environments (NWEs)

2005-10-19 , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina , Hoegg, Roman , Brodt, Torsten , Cunningham, Paul , Cunningham, Miriam