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Familial collaborations in a museum
Qualitative video-based observations of Japanese families using an interactive portable guide system in a museum show how unexpected usage can occur through particularities of interaction between family members. Expand
The Failure of Success Factors: Lessons from Success and Failure Cases of Enterprise Architecture Implementation [Best Paper Nominee]
It is concluded that success in EA programmes comes more from how architecture is practiced than what is practiced, suggesting that the methodological skills of architects need to be supplemented with an understanding of practice. Expand
Network Analysis of an Emergent Massively Collaborative Creation Community: How Can People Create Videos Collaboratively without Collaboration?
This work analyzed the process of developing thousands of videos based on creators’ social networks and extracted communities from the network and observed different community structures and investigated the evolving nature of the network using motif analysis. Expand
Doing Community: Co-construction of Meaning and Use with Interactive Information Kiosks
Initial analysis of the information and community supporting system developed and employed at conference events suggests greater focus on the interaction between members of micro-communities of users in future ubicomp research. Expand
An integrated method for social network extraction
This paper proposes a method that combines various approaches to extract social networks; user-registered Know link network, Web-mined Web link network and face-to-face Touch link network. Expand
Sipping Science: The Interpretative Flexibility of Science Cafés in Denmark and Japan
Science cafés were originally conceived as an informal, dialogue-based venue for public participation in science. The first science cafés took place in the United Kingdom and France in 1997–98. TwoExpand
A Method of Social Network Extraction via Internet and Networked Sensing
There are many situations where individuals who belong to large social networks meet in smaller communities on an ‘ad hoc’ basis. This paper reports on the development and use of a system to supportExpand
A collective map to capture human behavior for the design of public spaces
Reports on work in progress, introducing a set of tools to support spatial design via the collection and analysis of human behavior using Twitter, and the result of a workshop using the tools in a university library in Japan are presented. Expand
Exploring the Creation of Useful Interfaces for Music Therapists
The outlined design specifications for this device were found using human centered design techniques and may be of significant use in designing other technologies in this field. Expand
Ubiquitous Community Support System for UbiComp2005
One target of a ubiquitous computing environment is to create and activate communities in which people interact in a lively manner based on their interests and situations. To achieve that goal, weExpand