Manuel Zacklad

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Most current theories about collective cognitive activities in limited groups apply to structurally closed co-operative situations Here we propose to work in the framework of intellectual transactions and communities of action theory with a view to describing and designing CSCW systems which can be used in more structurally open situations. First we compare(More)
WILLIAM TURNER, GEOFFREY BOWKER, LES GASSER & MANUEL ZACKLAD LIMSI-CNRS, Université de Paris Sud, 133, 91403, Orsay, France, (E-mail: william.turner@ limsi.fr); Center for Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA, 95053-0470, USA, (E-mail: gbowker@scu.edu); Graduate School of Library and Information(More)
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This paper presents the latest developments of the MadeIn 'Coop method for modelling the human-machine and human-human co-operation process, and an application of this method for the design of a more co-operative version of the C3I System CHEOPS. We first consider that the design of software systems for organizations is tied more and more to the perspective(More)
In industrial organisations, the product development defines a significant part of whole production cost. The Knowledge Management at this stage is a major stake in order to reduce costs and time to market, and also to improve the product quality. Product Lifecycle Management stands as efficient approach to integrate the knowledge management in a company,(More)
In this paper, we focus on situations where documents serve to coordinate the work of a distributed collective engaged in common goal-directed activities. After defining the concept of semiotic products as resulting from symbolic communicational transactions, we present some coordination strategies which can be used to compensate for the(More)
We briefly describe the Hypertopic model created by Tech-CICO lab and the Agoræ software tool based on this model. We focus on how this allpurpose Knowledge Management approach, that we have called “socio semantic Web”, can help communities to formulate, to publish, or to broadcast knowledge, especially scientific knowledge in the field of Human and Social(More)
Coming from the needs of a care network for a cooperating system enabling its members to share information and argue cases, this paper presents a work in progress which aim is to propose a Web-Based system using annotation for cooperation through an electronic patient le (EPF). We rst describe the EPF, and then we focus on our socio-semantic web(More)
“Socio-Semantic Web”(S2W) applications, such as “Knowledge-Based MarketPlaces” (KBMs), lead to co-construct symbolic organizational artifacts including “maps” or others semantic instruments, bringing a visibility and a reflexivity of the knowledge and of the action in communities. In presenting and comparing examples of KBMs, we note that the creation and(More)