Marianne Cerf

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Although many agronomic researchers currently focus on designing and developing decision support systems, they rarely discuss the methodological implications of such work. In this paper, with the examples of two decision support systems, we propose methodological elements for conducting the participatory design of such tools. Our proposition aims at(More)
Agriculture should now provide not only high yields but also sustainable development with a sound management of the diversity of ecosystems. Due to this increased complexity of objectives, models have recently become major tools that can integrate several parameters. Failure to apply models outside research is however a major issue. Here, to identify the(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- Learning from the shared design process of a cognitive tool: how it promotes changes in designers' activities as well as in those of potential users, and how the tool evolves in such a process. <b>Research approach</b> -- Three groups of potential users worked in interaction with agronomist researchers who had designed the tool's(More)
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