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This page contains the list and short abstract of all the public documents released so far by the PROLIX project.

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Please click here to download the PROLIX brochure, poster and presentation slides.
 
The PROLIX Final Activity Report is available here .
 
Project Year 4
 
D1.7: Business Process Cockpit (final)

D2.11: WebService Infrastructure Professional Version
 
D2.13: Reference Configuration Professional Version
 
D2.14: Prolix Portal Professional Version
 
D3.5: Competency Analyzer Professional Version
 
D3.6: Analysis  construction and validation for the test bed ontologies (final)
 
D3.7: Semantic competencies matching strategies Part I
 
D3.7: Semantic competencies matching strategies Part II
 
D4.6: Organisational decision support
 
D4.7: Refined didactic Models
 
D4.8: Didactic Learning Modeller Professional Version
 
D5.4: LPC Professional Version
 
D6.5: Simulation Configurator Professional Version
 
D7.4: Customised version of Performance Monitoring System
 
D7.5: Framework for performance monitoring
 
D8.4: LPEP Professional Version
 
D9.7: Test Bed Preparation
 
D9.8: Test Bed Eval PROLIX Professional Version
 
D9.9: PROLIX Test bed plans (final)
 
D10.3: Training_Plan (final)
 
D11.6: Prolix Workshop 2009
 
D12.5: WP12_PQMSIVO PartI
 
D12.5: WP12_PQMSIVO PartII
 
Please click here for the full version of the documents (for OBELIX members only).
 
Project Year 3
 
D1.5: Business Process Cockpit - Advanced Version
The Business Process Cockpit (BPC) as part of the PROLIX Learning Life Cycle (PLLC) is used to model business processes for purposes of documentation, analysis and optimisation.
Entering the PLLC usually involves documentation of the as-is situation, i.e. capturing business processes as they are currently carried out in an organisation. The resulting models will be used to determine competency gaps during the competency gap analysis.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D2.7: Infrastructure for Web-services - advanced version
The purpose of this document is to accompany the Month-30 software deliverable for PROLIX.
It is primarily addressed to PROLIX technical partners/developers, and it can be used as the starting point towards integrating a system in the current PROLIX architecture. This deliverable differs significantly from the Month-18 deliverable, as it includes all the PROLIX components currently available, operating over the Enterprise Service Bus and the workflow engine.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D2.8: PROLIX Portal - Advanced Version
The PROLIX Portal is the user interface integration component of the project. Main role of the portal is to provide a central access point to all applications. It also offers additional features which are not directly related to any existing component, e.g., help, documentation, collaboration, and workflow user interface. This document describes the features and technology of the portal.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D.2.9: Technical Architecture Specification - Professional Version
The purpose of this deliverable is thus twofold: a) to document the technical infrastructure of PROLIX, and b) to specify the conditions component services need to satisfy to be conformant with the PROLIX architecture. This document complements the functional architecture description for PROLIX (Deliverable D2.10).
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D2.10: Functional Architecture Specification - Professional Version
This document starts with a short introduction to the PROLIX system, including a short description of the used methodology for building the architecture (Section B.1) and a generic system overview (Section B.2). The generic system overview also documents the interaction between the components for executing the core system functionality.
Part C of the document (Sections C.2 to C.9) includes detailed descriptions of the identified components. For each of the components, we give a clear description on its role-contribution into the system, including an outline of its core functionalities. We furthermore describe in detail all the offered services, with in/out parameters in place. Finally, for each of the components, we document the expected interactions with the other components, what services does it require to function properly.
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D2.12: PROLIX Portal reference configuration
This reference configuration covers all tree levels and consists of two separate applications.
ServiceMix as Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), which plays role of Service orchestration tool and PROLIX Portal based on Liferay Portal application is a user interface integration component and application host for the workflow engine based on JBoss JBPM workflow engine.
Please click here for the full version of the document.
 
D3.3: Competency Analyzer - Advanced version
This document is a description of the advanced version of the Competency Analyzer (CA). We have found several shortcomings in the representation of competencies and previous version of the CA which used this representation (see D3.2). The advanced version is intended to fix these problems and introduce many other improvements, including integration in the new overall project architecture and infrastructure as presented in D2.6.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D3.4: Test bed vision analysis & first version ontologies
The work on Deliverable 3.4 is scoped on the development of the ontology for competency analysis (OCA), especially the concept of context ontology. It is defined as any ontology that plays the role of context for another ontology.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D4.3: Learning assessment guideline - advanced version
This deliverable presents the LAGa, the advanced version of the Learning Assessment Guideline1. The LAGa consists of (1) the learning assessment questionnaire LAQa, (2) the decision support for training designers, and (3) the decision support for managers. The LAQa is an online questionnaire which assesses organisational factors relevant for workbased learning.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D4.4: Refined didactic models (advanced version)
Unlike face-to-face learning situations, which naturally employ learning (inter)actions between participants, e-learning often uses uninvolved single learner models of learning with its main focus on the display of information, also called content (Britain 2007). The development of e-learning standards mirrors this discrepancy as these standards commonly describe content. The first standards thus focused on technical rather than pedagogical aspects such as accessibility, adaptability, interoperability, and reusability of content (Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) 2006).
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D4.5: Didactic Learning Modeller - advanced version
While the majority of e-learning standards focus on content to be sequenced and described, the IMS Learning Design (IMS LD) specification represents the exception as it places the learning activity rather than the content in its focal point. Although IMS LD can be used to capture instructional designers' practices and make them available for other designers and teachers, the wide adoption of the IMS LD specification is hindered by its highly technical language that is far from the language used in daily teaching practices.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D5.3: Learning Design authoring tool and Data collection Services - advanced version
IMS Learning Design (here also indicated as IMS-LD) describes a formal way to represent the structure of a Unit of Learning and the concept of a pedagogical method specifying roles and activities that learners and support staff can play using learning objects and services in the environment. An implementation process for IMS-LD includes authoring the LD document (for instance, a course), publishing the document into an LD instance or run (a session of the course) and delivering this run (learners and tutors performing in the course).
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D6.4: Competency-Oriented Process Simulator - advanced version
This document presents the PROLIX Simulation Concept as it has been refocused after the
WP lead had been shifted from IAT to DFKI in June 2007. It describes the methodological approach as well as its technical realization. The later includes the implementation of the Simulation Configurator with interfaces to the Business Process Cockpit, the Competency Analyzer, and the Process Simulator - a standard process simulator provided by IDS Scheer.
Please click here for the full version of the document.
 
D8.3: Learning Process Execution Platform - advanced version
Within the PROLIX framework of software components, the learning management system
(LMS) part is provided by Learning Process Execution Platform (LPEP).
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D9.4: Test bed preparation for PROLIX - advanced version
The integrated PROLIX System Advanced version was presented to the test bed partners mid July 2008. Although this was six weeks later than planned, test beds gave assurances that they could adapt their plans to still carry out a full evaluation. The demonstration gave them a first impression of the new system and enabled them to start to conceptualise how they would use the system.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D9.5: PROLIX advanced version - pilot evaluation
This document is an update of D9.4 and includes results from the evaluations done by test bed partners and a questionnaire based usability evaluation of PROLIX components. The usability evaluation provides usability scores for several interaction categories of each component and compares these to the values of last year.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D9.6: Test bed partner plans for implementing PROLIX
As an extension to the WP 9 description, test bed partners describe in this document how they plan to implement the phases of the PROLIX Learning Life Cycle (PLLC). Each test bed is realizing a separate use case, which is described in detail in deliverable D9.3 "Pilot evaluation".
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D10.2: 2nd Training plan, material design for Project Team Training Program
Since the outset of the PROLIX project, the training work package has addressed the internal need for competency and knowledge management. The major responsibility of equipping the project's stakeholders with knowledge and skills necessary to perform their tasks and to achieve the project milestones adequately had been assumed and structured along a three step training roadmap.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D11.5: OBELIX Community & PROLIX Open Workshop
The first PROLIX Workshop 2008 - on the theme of "Digital contents and learning strategies to improve business performance" - has been held in Sestri Levante, the 24th October 2008.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D11.7: Dissemination and Exploitation Plan
This document updates the first Dissemination and Use Plan (DUP) released in May 2007.
This document describes the PROLIX approach to the dissemination of the project results and generated knowledge for the 2009. Our dissemination strategy aims at to present the project scientific results to the research community as well as to improve the competitiveness and creation of market opportunities for industrial partners.
Please click here for the full version of the document.

D12.4: PROLIX Implementation & Integration Manual - advanced version & QA reports
This Manual is intended to support the implementation of PROLIX in an organization in order to accomplish the objectives as defined in the PROLIX Description of Work.
Please click here for the full version of the document.
 


 

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