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Lecture# ServiceNow: Creating Dashboards and Reports

Description

This lecture covers the creation of dashboards in ServiceNow, highlighting the advantages of new dashboards such as responsiveness, easy widget resizing, and tab creation. It also discusses the transition from classic homepages to dashboards, improved performance, and sharing options. The lecture delves into important ServiceNow concepts like tasks, incidents, changes, and reference fields, emphasizing the creation and sharing of reports. Various EPFL staff members are mentioned in the slides, showcasing practical examples and tips for effective dashboard and report management.

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Classical group

In mathematics, the classical groups are defined as the special linear groups over the reals R, the complex numbers C and the quaternions H together with special automorphism groups of symmetric or skew-symmetric bilinear forms and Hermitian or skew-Hermitian sesquilinear forms defined on real, complex and quaternionic finite-dimensional vector spaces. Of these, the complex classical Lie groups are four infinite families of Lie groups that together with the exceptional groups exhaust the classification of simple Lie groups.

Group of Lie type

In mathematics, specifically in group theory, the phrase group of Lie type usually refers to finite groups that are closely related to the group of rational points of a reductive linear algebraic group with values in a finite field. The phrase group of Lie type does not have a widely accepted precise definition, but the important collection of finite simple groups of Lie type does have a precise definition, and they make up most of the groups in the classification of finite simple groups.

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Finite group

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