Collaboration and Technology: 16th International Conference, by Pedro Antunes, José A. Pino (auth.), Gwendolyn Kolfschoten,

By Pedro Antunes, José A. Pino (auth.), Gwendolyn Kolfschoten, Thomas Herrmann, Stephan Lukosch (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the court cases of the sixteenth Collaboration Researchers' foreign operating crew convention on Collaboration and know-how, held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, in September 2010. The 27 revised papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a number of submissions. they're grouped into seven issues that characterize present components of curiosity in groupware examine: wisdom elicitation, building and structuring, collaboration and selection making, collaborative improvement, information, aid for groupware layout, social networking and cellular collaboration.

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The sentences derived from the dimensions and taxonomies provide a complete closed description of the problem. This is similar to the ontology maturing process [7] in which ontology building is a learning process, formality and complexity of use is seen as a barrier, and there is a continuous evolution in work processes. “The concept of ontology and ontological analysis has been proposed for and used in information systems design [8-13]. They have primarily sought to use ontologies to represent concepts.

The need to join, to compare and to discuss the information collected requires time. The collaboration required needs extra effort and is time consuming. The field notes needs to be combined in order to reflect the different perspectives of observers. According to May and Patillo-McCoy [19] the observation itself influences the results of the ethnography. L. S. R. de Carvalho opens the possibility of analyzing this impact in the process and, at the same time, enriching the information collected.

Then we present some cognitive task analysis (CTA) methods used in knowledge elicitation G. Kolfschoten, T. Herrmann, and S. ): CRIWG 2010, LNCS 6257, pp. 33–48, 2010. L. S. R. de Carvalho process describing their strong and weak points. Later, the collaborative ethnography approach for knowledge elicitation will be presented, with a collaborative ethnography mobile support system and evaluated by an experiment that will point their efficiency in the elicitation of knowledge in a real complex environment of a nuclear reactor control room.

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