Computer Supported Collaborative Decision MakingComputer Supported Collaborative Decision Making



This is a book about how management and control decisions are made by persons who collaborate and possibly use the support of an information system.

Author: Florin Gheorghe Filip

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319472218

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This is a book about how management and control decisions are made by persons who collaborate and possibly use the support of an information system. The decision is the result of human conscious activities aiming at choosing a course of action for attaining a certain objective (or a set of objectives). The act of collaboration implies that several entities who work together and share responsibilities to jointly plan, implement and evaluate a program of activities to achieve the common goals. The book is intended to present a balanced view of the domain to include both well-established concepts and a selection of new results in the domains of methods and key technologies. It is meant to answer several questions, such as: a) “How are evolving the business models towards the ever more collaborative schemes?”; b) “What is the role of the decision-maker in the new context?” c) “What are the basic attributes and trends in the domain of decision-supporting information systems?”; d) “Which are the basic methods to aggregate the individual preferences?” e)“What is the impact of modern information and communication technologies on the design and usage of decision support systems for groups of people?”.

Technologies for Supporting Reasoning Communities and Collaborative Decision Making Cooperative ApproachesTechnologies for Supporting Reasoning Communities and Collaborative Decision Making Cooperative Approaches



In Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work(
CSCW). Fukuyama, F. ... Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations.
Cambridge ... In Peterson, D. R., & Fishman, D. B. (Eds.), Assessment for decision
.

Author: Yearwood, John

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781609600938

Category:

Page: 498

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The information age has enabled unprecedented levels of data to be collected and stored. At the same time, society and organizations have become increasingly complex. Consequently, decisions in many facets have become increasingly complex but have the potential to be better informed. Technologies for Supporting Reasoning Communities and Collaborative Decision Making: Cooperative Approaches includes chapters from diverse fields of enquiry including decision science, political science, argumentation, knowledge management, cognitive psychology and business intelligence. Each chapter illustrates a perspective on group reasoning that ultimately aims to lead to a greater understanding of reasoning communities and inform technological developments.

Readings in Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative WorkReadings in Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative Work



In cooperative decision making, then, which we regard as the norm in even
supposedly “routine' office work, people ... Thus, a computer-based system
supporting cooperative work involving decision making should enhance the
ability of ...

Author: Ronald M. Baecker

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080515779

Category:

Page: 882

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This comprehensive introduction to the field represents the best of the published literature on groupware and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). The papers were chosen for their breadth of coverage of the field, their clarity of expression and presentation, their excellence in terms of technical innovation or behavioral insight, their historical significance, and their utility as sources for further reading. Taken as a whole, the papers and their introductions are a complete sourcebook to the field. This book will be useful for computer professionals involved in the development or purchase of groupware technology as well as for researchers and managers. It should also serve as a valuable text for university courses on CSCW, groupware, and human-computer interaction.

Tools for Collaborative Decision MakingTools for Collaborative Decision Making



The majority of the work done in relation to collaborative decision- making has its
roots in the field of computing. Based in the domain of computer supported
collaborative work (CSCW), Karacapilidis [KAR O1] associates collaborative ...

Author: Pascale Zaraté

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118574539

Category:

Page: 128

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Decision-making has evolved recently thanks to the introductionof information and communication technologies in manyorganizations, which has led to new kinds of decision-makingprocesses, called “collaborative decision-making”, atthe organizational and cognitive levels. This book looks at thedevelopment of the decision-making process in organizations.Decision-aiding and its paradigm of problem solving are defined,showing how decision-makers now need to work in a cooperative way.Definitions of cooperation and associated concepts such ascollaboration and coordination are given and a framework ofcooperative decision support systems is presented, includingintelligent DSS, cooperative knowledge-based systems, workflow,group support systems, collaborative engineering, integrating witha collaborative decision-making model in part or being part ofglobal projects. Several models and experimental studies are alsoincluded showing that these new processes have to be supported bynew types of tools, several of which are described in order tocalculate or simulate solutions or global solutions fordecision-making modification. Definitions and new trends for thesemodels are given, along with types of systems. Contents 1. Alteration of Decision-Making Processes inOrganizations. 2. New Decision-Making Processes. 3. The Need to Cooperate. 4. Cooperative Decision-Making. 5. Activity Support Systems. 6. Cooperative Decision Support Systems: CDSSS. About the Authors Pascale Zaraté is Professor at Toulouse 1 CapitoleUniversity, France. She conducts her research at the IRITLaboratory and is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journalof Decision Support Systems Technologies. She is co-chair of theEuropean Working Group on DSS and has published several studies andbooks.

Collaborative Decision MakingCollaborative Decision Making



[5] Villena, A. (2008) An Empirical Model to Teach Agile Software Process. MSc
Thesis. Univ. of Chile. ... Influencing Group Participation with a Shared Display,
Conf. on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (Chicago, IL). [17] Hackman,
J.R. ...

Author: Pascale Zaraté

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781586038816

Category:

Page: 504

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This publication presents the latest innovations and achievements of academic communities on Decision Support Systems (DSS). These advances include theory systems, computer-aided methods, algorithms, techniques and applications related to supporting decision making. The aim is to develop approaches for applying information systems technology to increase the effectiveness of decision making in situations where the computer system can support and enhance human judgments in the performance of tasks that have elements which cannot be specified in advance. Also it is intended to improve ways of synthesizing and applying relevant work from resource disciplines to practical implementation of systems that enhance decision support capability.The resource disciplines include: information technology, artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology, decision theory, organizational theory, operations research and modeling. Researchers come from the Operational Research area but also from Decision Theory, Multicriteria Decision Making methodologies, Fuzzy sets and modeling tools. Based on the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies in organizations, the decisional process is evolving from a mono actor to a multi actor situation in which cooperation is a way to make the decision.

Computer Supported CollaborationComputer Supported Collaboration



Overall positive effects depended on task type and were over 20% positive for
decision- making tasks, that is 20% of the results were more positive for GSS
groups, remembering however that the most common outcome was no significant
 ...

Author: Fadi P. Deek

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402073852

Category:

Page: 250

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Computer-Supported Collaboration with Applications to Software Development reviews the theory of collaborative groups and the factors that affect collaboration, particularly collaborative software development. The influences considered derive from diverse sources: social and cognitive psychology, media characteristics, the problem-solving behavior of groups, process management, group information processing, and organizational effects. It also surveys empirical studies of computer-supported problem solving, especially for software development. The concluding chapter describes a collaborative model for program development. Computer-Supported Collaboration with Applications to Software Development is designed for an academic and professional market in software development, professionals and researchers in the areas of software engineering, collaborative development, management information systems, problem solving, cognitive and social psychology. This book also meets the needs of graduate-level students in computer science and information systems.

Scripting Computer Supported Collaborative LearningScripting Computer Supported Collaborative Learning



In the above section, an issue in doctor-patient communication was described
and discussed: how can traditionally structured doctor-patient communication be
shaped toward a more balanced and shared decision-making? The question ...

Author: Frank Fischer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387369495

Category:

Page: 344

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Theoretically, the term "script" appears to be rather ill-defined. This book clarifies the use of the term "script" in education. It approaches the term from at least three perspectives: cognitive psychology perspective, computer science perspective, and an educational perspective. The book provides learners with scripts that support them both in communication/coordination and in higher-order learning.

Information Systems E learning and Knowledge Management ResearchInformation Systems E learning and Knowledge Management Research



Impact of the Degree of Certainty Shared Display in Collaborative Computer-
Based Decision Making Task Margarida ... Computer-Aided Collaborative
Decision Making, Information Systems, Computer Supported Collaborative
Learning, ...

Author: Miltiadis D. Lytras

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642358791

Category:

Page: 687

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 4th World Summit on the Knowledge Society, WSKS 2011, held in Mykonos, Greece, in September 2011. The 90 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 198 submissions. The papers address issues such as information technology, e-learning, e-business, cultural heritage, e-government.

Solutions and Innovations in Web Based Technologies for Augmented Learning Improved Platforms Tools and ApplicationsSolutions and Innovations in Web Based Technologies for Augmented Learning Improved Platforms Tools and Applications



Computer supported argumentation and collaborative decisionmaking: The
HERMES system. Information Systems, 26(4), 259-277. Karacapilidis, N., Loukis,
E, & Dimopoulos, S. (2005). Computer-supported G2G collaboration for public
policy ...

Author: Karacapilidis, Nikos

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605662398

Category:

Page: 402

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"This book covers a wide range of the most current research in the development of innovative web-based learning solutions, specifically facilitating and augmenting learning in diverse contemporary organizational settings"--Provided by publisher.

Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IVComputer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IV



Meanwhile it will also help vehicle drivers around the emergency area to make
appropriate decisions. Keywords: CSCW,ITS,GPS,GIS,WIMAX,Ad-hoc,IEEE802.
11P. 1 Introduction Intelligent cooperative decision-making [1] and wireless ...

Author: Weiming Shen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540927181

Category:

Page: 676

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design, CSCWD 2007, held in Melbourne, Australia, in April 2007. This book, as the fourth volume of its series on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work in Design, includes 60 articles that are the expanded versions of the papers presented at CSCWD 2007. The book is organized in topical sections on CSCW techniques and methods, collaborative design, collaborative manufacturing and enterprise collaboration, agents and multi-agent systems, Web services, Semantic Web, and Grid computing, knowledge management, security, privacy, and trust in CSCW systems, workflow management, e-learning, and other applications.

Building Model Driven Decision Support Systems with DicodessBuilding Model Driven Decision Support Systems with Dicodess



Cooperative. DSS. As explained in Section 8.2.1, the support for multiparticipant
decision making (one of the two ... On the one hand, computer supported
cooperative work (CSCW) addresses “how collaborative activities and their
coordination ...

Author: Alexandre Gachet

Publisher: vdf Hochschulverlag AG

ISBN: 9783728129529

Category:

Page: 258

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Many decisions in domains such as production, finance, logistics, planning, and economics, can be supported by optimization models. However, decision makers are often intimidated by the mathematical formalism of the corresponding model management tools and tend to keep their distance from them. Moreover, when these optimization models are encapsulated into user-friendly systems, this often leads to ad hoc software difficult to extend and to maintain. Finally, most of the existing applications poorly support the cooperative nature of decisions involving several actors.his book describes the theoretical foundations and the architectural details of the open source system named Dicodess, which precisely tries to solve these problems by implementing a new vision for distributed decision support systems. First, systems based on Dicodess hide the optimization models and their dry formalism behind a generic, reusable user friendly user interface. Decision makers can then perform complex what-if analysis without writing a single line of model code. Then, systems based on Dicodess rely on an innovative distributed architecture allowing several actors to dynamically get together in autonomous network groupings called federations, on a LAN or WLAN, to solve problems without being hampered by technical issues.This book is for anyone interested in learning and effectively and successfully applying model-driven decision support systems, including professors and students in DSS, Operations Research, Management Information Systems, and Operations Management, researchers active in the DSS community, and practitioners involved in the development of DSS.

Scaffolding of Collaborative Decision making on Environmental DilemmasScaffolding of Collaborative Decision making on Environmental Dilemmas



An analysis of growth patterns in computer conferencing threads. In C. Hoadley,
ed, Proceedings of CSCL'99: The third International Conference on Computer
Support for Collaborative Learning, pp. 232-241. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. IISKALA
 ...

Author: Kai Pata

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924101495905

Category:

Page: 83

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Studies in Computer Supported Cooperative WorkStudies in Computer Supported Cooperative Work



Accordingly , decisions bear the stamp of the strategy applied in reaching the
decision . They are the result of biased reasoning . In cooperative decision
making , then , which we regard as the norm in even supposedly ' routine ' office
work ...

Author: John M. Bowers

Publisher: North Holland

ISBN: UOM:39015019865263

Category:

Page: 355

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Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) is rapidly expanding the horizons of research on the relations between humans and computers. Presented in this book is a selection of studies which, between them, define and discuss many fundamental issues in CSCW. The book offers an overview of research alongside some new contributions which address key issues in the field and which have not previously been published. Readers with many different backgrounds will find this book of interest, including, but not confined to: - computer scientists: particularly those concerned with networks, messaging services and distributed systems; - social scientists: many sociologists and anthropologists have contributed to CSCW research and interest in the design of computing technologies is increasing in the social sciences generally; - psychologists, cognitive scientists, cognitive ergonomists and students of HCI: these researchers may see CSCW as an important extension to HCI, and Artificial Intelligence workers may see important parallels between CSCW and issues in Distributed AI; - educators and advanced students: a number of specialist undergraduate and masters level courses involving CSCW are beginning to start up in Europe and the USA; it is hoped that this book could serve as a resource for teaching; - workers and users in general: as this book contains accounts of the systems being developed to support the kinds of work that many people will be doing in the future, it can serve to help future users and workers know what to expect and plan how they might best exploit or resist these developments.

Computer Supported Cooperative Work Computer Supported Cooperative Work



In addition, the growth in portable computer usage will reduce communication
delays when people are travelling or at home. The impact of ... Decision making
involves several distinct sub-processes including acquiring information,
assessing ...

Author: Paul Wilson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792314468

Category:

Page: 124

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Introduces an approach to improved communication between parts of an organization departments within a company, or different companies involved in a single process that combines the principles and applications of group processes with the enabling technologies of computer networking and the associate

Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IIComputer Supported Cooperative Work in Design II



FBD: A Function Block Designer for Distributed and Collaborative Process
Planning Lihui Wang, Yijun Song, and Weiming Shen Integrated Manufacturing
... floor devices from bottom up for effective decision-making at different levels.

Author: Weiming Shen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540329701

Category:

Page: 659

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design, CSCWD 2005, held in Coventry, UK, in May 2005. The 65 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions during at least two rounds of reviewing and improvement.

Encyclopedia of Decision Making and Decision Support TechnologiesEncyclopedia of Decision Making and Decision Support Technologies



Regardless, there have been decision support systems (DSS), expert systems,
executive information systems, group DSS (GDSS), group support systems (GSS)
, collaborative systems (or computer-supported collaborative work (CSCW) ...

Author: Adam, Frederic

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599048444

Category:

Page: 1019

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As effective organizational decision making is a major factor in a company's success, a comprehensive account of current available research on the core concepts of the decision support agenda is in high demand by academicians and professionals. Through 110 authoritative contributions by over 160 of the world's leading experts the Encyclopedia of Decision Making and Decision Support Technologies presents a critical mass of research on the most up-to-date research on human and computer support of managerial decision making, including discussion on support of operational, tactical, and strategic decisions, human vs. computer system support structure, individual and group decision making, and multi-criteria decision making.

Information Control Problems in Manufacturing 2004 2 volume Set Information Control Problems in Manufacturing 2004 2 volume Set



B. Integration , Coordination , and Collaboration B1 . Theory and Models
Computer - supported collaborative work tools and Models of information
exchange among distributed team members . Helping developers Decision
making by identify ...

Author: Peter Kopacek

Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing

ISBN: 0080442498

Category:

Page: 900

View: 739

Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IComputer Supported Cooperative Work in Design I



A Web-Based Fuzzy-AHP Method for VE Partner Selection and Evaluation Jian
Cao, Feng Ye, and Gengui Zhou Institute of Information Intelligence and Decision
-Making Optimization, Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, 310032, ...

Author: Weiming Shen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540294007

Category:

Page: 460

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The design of complex artifacts and systems requires the cooperation of multidisciplinary design teams using multiple commercial and non-commercial engineering tools such as CAD tools, modeling, simulation and optimization software, engineering databases, and knowledge-based systems. Individuals or individual groups of multidisciplinary design teams usually work in parallel and separately with various engineering tools, which are located on different sites, often for quite a long time. At any moment, individual members may be working on different versions of a design or viewing the design from various perspectives, at different levels of detail. In order to meet these requirements, it is necessary to have effective and efficient collaborative design environments. These environments should not only automate individual tasks, in the manner of traditional computer-aided engineering tools, but also enable individual members to share information, collaborate and coordinate their activities within the context of a design project. CSCW (computer-supported cooperative work) in design is concerned with the development of such environments.

Handbook of Research on Mobile Multimedia Second EditionHandbook of Research on Mobile Multimedia Second Edition



In Proceedings of the 1996 ACM Conference on Computer Supported
Cooperative Work, Boston, MA, USA (pp. 209-218). New York: ACM ... Structured
online interactions: Improving the decision making process of small discussion
groups.

Author: Khalil, Ismail

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605660479

Category:

Page: 1154

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"The book is intended to clarify the hype, which surrounds the concept of mobile multimedia through introducing the idea in a clear and understandable way, with a strong focus on mobile solutions and applications"--Provided by publisher.

Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in DesignProceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design



Collaborative Discussion and Decision - Support in a Manufacturing
Organization Rodrigo Bonacin Inst . of Computing / Unicamp ra000470 ... Most
work activities in organizations involve sensemaking , interpretation and decision
- making .

Author: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Canadian Region

Publisher:

ISBN: 0660184931

Category:

Page: 583

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Computer-supported co-operative work (CSCW) is a research area that aims at integrating the works of several people involved in a common goal, inside a co-operative universe, through the sharing of resources in an efficient way. This report contains the papers presented at a conference on CSCW in design. Topics covered include: techniques, methods, and tools for CSCW in design; social organization of the CSCW process; integration of methods & tools within the work organization; co-operation in virtual enterprises and electronic businesses; CSCW in design & manufacturing; interaction between the CSCW approach and knowledge reuse as found in knowledge management; intelligent agent & multi-agent systems; Internet/World Wide Web and CSCW in design; and applications & test beds.