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Compendium: Making Meetings into Knowledge Events
methodology and suite of tools. Compendium isthe result of over a decade’s research and development at the intersection of collaborativemodeling, organizational memory, computer-supportedExpand
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Hypermedia support for argumentation-based rationale: 15 years on from gIBIS and QOC
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We describe the evolution of the argumentation-based paradigm through software support, and perspectives drawn from modeling and meeting facilitation. Expand
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Hypermedia Support for Argumentation-Based Rationale
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We present an IBIS-based approach to design rationale that can be used in the service of multiple methodologies, supported by a customizable hypermedia environment, and interoperable with other software tools. Expand
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Supporting Collaborative Analysis and Design with Hypertext Functionality
  • A. Selvin
  • Computer Science
  • J. Digit. Inf.
  • 24 January 2006
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This paper reports on Conversational Modeling, a technique that has been used successfully in a number of collaborative systems analysis, requirements gathering and work process redesign projects in a telecommunications company. Expand
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Facilitated hypertext for collective sensemaking: 15 years on from gIBIS
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This paper outlines the technical and social dimensions to a hypertext tool that has been successfully used in organizational settings to improve meetings, and capture group memory in real time. Expand
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Fostering Collective Intelligence: Helping Groups Use Visualized Argumentation
  • A. Selvin
  • Computer Science
  • Visualizing Argumentation
  • 2003
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This chapter discusses lessons learned from applying visualized argumentation in realtime, face-to-face group settings. Expand
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A framework for assessing group memory approaches for software design projects
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We propose a framework for assessing group memory systems in a software development project, which examines the costs and benefits of these systems in the context of the assumptions and requirements of the project. Expand
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Hypermedia as a productivity tool for doctoral research
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This technical note illustrates a number of uses of a hypermedia tool that serve various dimensions of individual PhD study, such as organizing notes, generating literature reviews, performing experiments, analysing results, publishing and presenting materials, and collaborating with supervisors. Expand
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Constructing Knowledge Art: An Experiential Perspective on Crafting Participatory Representations
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This book is about how people (we refer to them as practitioners) can help guide participants in creating representations of issues or ideas, such as collaborative diagrams, especially in the context of Participatory Design. Expand
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Rapid knowledge construction: a case study in corporate contingency planning using collaborative hypermedia
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We present the Compendium approach, which has been applied in projects in both industry and academic settings, facilitates the rapid creation of the content of a KM repository. Expand
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