Diogo Martinho

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Supporting group decision-making in ubiquitous contexts is a complex task that must deal with a large amount of factors to succeed. Here we propose an approach for an intelligent negotiation model to support the group decision-making process specifically designed for ubiquitous contexts. Our approach can be used by researchers that intend to include(More)
Supporting group decision-making is a complex process, especially when decision-makers have no opportunity to gather at the same place and at the same time. Besides that, finding solutions may be difficult in case agents representing decision-makers are not able to understand the process and support them accordingly. In this work we present some topics of(More)
This study aimed at assessing the students' perceptions about the online learning environment in two b-learning courses in a Portuguese private University. An learning environment, supported on two communication platforms - Moodle for asynchronous interaction and Cisco WebEx for synchronous interaction - was developed for two Information Systems first cycle(More)
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