Amir Mujkanovic

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Group/Team formation has been a well studied field in numerous contexts, (i.e. business teams, project teams, educational teams etc.) but have barely been considered within the scope of remote laboratories. Formation of educational groups in traditional labs/classes often occurs in an ad-hoc fashion where students are assigned to groups mostly without any(More)
Skills and knowledge that can be gained by groups of individuals will be affected by the characteristics of those groups. Systematic formation of the groups could therefore potentially lead to significantly improved learning outcomes. This research explores a framework for group formation that continuously adapts rules used for the grouping process in order(More)
In previous work the authors have described an approach for building distributed self–healing systems – referred to as EmbryoWare – that, in analogy to Embryonics in hardware, is inspired by cellular development and differentiation processes. The approach uses “artificial stem cells” that autonomously differentiate into the node types needed to obtain the(More)
Group or team formation has been a well-studied field in numerous contexts, such as business teams, project teams, and educational teams. There has, however, been little consideration of how groups or particularly project teams might have to be reorganized during a lecture in order to yield an optimal learning outcome. Empirical studies show that the(More)
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