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Organized by
Zhejiang University Institute of Computing Innovation, China

Co-Sponsored by
IEEE SMC Society
CSCWD International Working Group
Zhejiang Sci
-Tech University, China

General Conference Chair
Gang Chen

General Conference Co-Chairs
Xiaoping Liu
Jano de Souza
Amy Trappey
Marco Borges
Yong Tang

Program Committee Co-Chairs
Weiming Shen
Jean-Paul Barthès
Junzhou Luo

Publication Chair
Jinghui Zhang

Special Session Chair
Haibin Zhu

Finance Chair / Treasurer
Kunkun Peng

Local Arrangement Chairs
Sai Wu
Jinfeng Gao

International Steering Committee

Jean-Paul Barthès
Junzhou Luo
Weiming Shen

Jinghui Zhang

Pedro Antunes
Marcos Borges
Kuo-Ming Chao
Jano de Souza
Susan Finger
Giancarlo Fortino
Liang Gao
Ning Gu
Anne James
Peter Kropf
Weidong Li
Xiaoping P. Liu
Xiaozhen Mi
Hugo Paredes
José A. Pino
Yanjun Shi
Amy Trappey
Chunsheng Yang
Yun Yang
Jianming Yong
Qinghua Zheng


SS4: Business Intelligence: The CSCW Perspectives             


·   Organizers


Dr. Usharani Hareesh Govindarajan - Hareesh.pillai@sjtu.edu.cn, Prof. Davidrajuh Reggie - reggie.davidrajuh@uis.no, Prof. Dali Zhang - zhangdl@sjtu.edu.cn, Prof. Balkrishna E. Narkhede - benarkhede@nitie.ac.in, Dr. Hardik Gohel - GohelH@uhv.edu, Prof. Amine Ezzerouali - amine.ezzerouali@skema.edu, Dr. Rakesh D. Raut - rraut@nitie.ac.in, and Mr. Dhiraj Kumar Singh - dhiraj.kumar@edifecs.com

·   Description/Abstract


Business Intelligence (BI) combines products, processes, and technologies to transform data into knowledge that drives value creation. BI initially started by utilizing internal transactional information and transitioned into data-driven approaches such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), big data, and Machine Learning (ML) that enhance the business operations by acting as a key element amongst involved stakeholders. As promising as expanded use of business intelligence may be, there is still the need for a careful and balanced discussion of the specific business and technical preconditions for capturing the business value. Several research explorations in recent years have highlighted such frameworks and techniques for transforming data into insights for the final decision support. However, BI stakeholders continue to work with information asymmetry through the exchange of Zoom calls, e-mails, minutes of meetings, to-do lists, schedules, and documents between participants. As a result, participants become disoriented, and the decision-making task may not yield the best business results. This special session, therefore, focuses on the business intelligence perspectives from a collaborative viewpoint. The special session is planned as a platform for all forms of computer-supported collaborative systems that help tackle the information asymmetry among BI stakeholders including but not limited to frameworks, architectures, innovative methods, and models through the explorations in emerging trends such as analytics pipelining and automation, Augmented intelligence, BI design techniques, analytics translation (explainable AI), graphics facilitation, low-code tools, contact point management strategies (identification, addition/creation, and reduction), citizen developers, etc. Further, this session especially welcomes work in progress papers to provide researchers and developers with an opportunity to discuss evolving and early-stage ideas and to solicit feedback from the CSCWD community at large. A compilation of accepted and presented discussions from our prior 2020 ~ 2021-year special session on Cooperative Systems Incorporating Immersive Technologies is in the following link for further background: https://youtu.be/CV6syQ-6FfE