Collaborative systems for NASA science, engineering, and mission operations

@article{Keller2011CollaborativeSF,
  title={Collaborative systems for NASA science, engineering, and mission operations},
  author={Richard M. Keller and William J. Clancey and Matthew C. Deans and Joan C. Differding and K. Estelle Dodson and Francis Y. Enomoto and Jay P. Trimble and Michael H. Sims},
  journal={2011 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)},
  year={2011},
  pages={618-624}
}
We describe a set of ten collaborative systems projects developed at NASA Ames Research Center over the past ten years. Our goal is to design new information technologies and collaboration tools that facilitate the process by which NASA engineers, scientists, and mission personnel collaborate in their unique work settings. We employ information management, artificial intelligence, and participatory design practices to build systems that are highly usable, augment human cognition, and support… CONTINUE READING

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