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Computer-Supported Deliberations for Distributed Teams [chapter]

Jacques Lonchamp, Fabrice Muller
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes a comprehensive flexible generic support for distributed deliberations: motivations, design choices, current Java prototype, and usage through a collaborative document inspection example  ...  In our terminology, a "deliberation" is a distributed collaborative process, more or less spontaneous, structured, and complex.  ...  In new distributed and temporary forms of organizations (virtual teams, virtual enterprises, multinational research projects), there is a strong need for a specialized computer support for such processes  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48206-7_15 fatcat:mhntpaxtnvforgv7hnyakiqhli

Probabilistic Perception Revision in AgentSpeak(L) [chapter]

Francisco Coelho, Vitor Nogueira
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Consider for example distribution semantics [18] and markov logic [8] .  ...  of Equations 1 and 2 become acceptable for the inclusion of the PCF in the BDI deliberation process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25524-8_44 fatcat:zrkzznepbbaxpfg2mtnj2mymdq

Using reactive deliberation for real-time control of soccer-playing robots [chapter]

Yu Zhang, Alan K. Mackworth
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A controller for our team entry in the Robocup97 Simulation League, UBC Dynamo97, has been developed using the Reactive Deliberation architecture.  ...  Soccer meets the requirements of the Situated Agent approach and as a task domain is sufficiently rich to support research integrating many branches of AI.  ...  A controller for our team entry in the Robocup97 Simulation League, UBC Dynamo97, has also been developed using the Reactive Deliberation architecture. 2 The Reactive Deliberation Architecture Reactive  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-64473-3_89 fatcat:46sih2oapngj7jl6gdubjroc44

Auction-Based Task Allocation for Multi-robot Teams in Dynamic Environments [chapter]

Eric Schneider, Elizabeth I. Sklar, Simon Parsons, A. Tuna Özgelen
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
There has been much research on the use of auction-based methods to provide a distributed approach to task allocation for robot teams.  ...  Team members bid on tasks based on their locations, and the allocation is based on these bids.  ...  We compute the idle time for a robot as the time that elapses between when that robot completes its last task and when all robots on the team have completed all of their assigned tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-22416-9_29 fatcat:acsp6onij5hkxl72zapd6zam4u

Towards Real-Time Strategic Teamwork: A RoboCup Case Study [chapter]

Kenichi Yoshimura, Nick Barnes, Ralph Rönnquist, Liz Sonenberg
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this article, we present an architectural overview of our system involving an integration of an agent-oriented programming framework to support strategic decisions, with various lowlevel perception  ...  We are especially grateful for the significant financial support provided by the Advanced Engineering Centre for Manufacturing, a joint activity of the University of Melbourne and RMIT University.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the effort and involvement of the RooBots 2001 team.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45135-8_29 fatcat:mccvccvfybafxgs7ibqfwtxt3y

Introduction to human-robot interaction

Jean Scholtz, Holly A. Yanco, Jill L. Drury
2006 Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '06  
of humans and robots • Additional support to human-robot team • Design tools to facilitate interaction for both human and robot • Employ technology / other robots for greater situational awareness Taxonomies  ...  Computer decides everything and acts autonomously, ignoring the human Task Shaping • Fundamental changes to nature of tasks • Optimize human/robot workload distribution • Encourage synergy between capabilities  ...  • Framing the main constituents and objectives of HRI research • Level and behavior of autonomy • Nature of information exchange • Structure of human-robot team • Training of people and robots • Design  ... 
doi:10.1145/1111449.1111459 dblp:conf/iui/ScholtzYD06 fatcat:zeurdexrcnhcfkyiscj67phnle

A Case Study in Deliberative Democracy: Dialogue with the City

Janette Hartz-Karp
2005 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
Each initiative requires negotiation with the Department to create a small support team.  ...  The entire support team underwent a full day's training to ensure they understood and were capable of carrying out their tasks.  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.27 fatcat:753wn6bqdzblvjl5dvsrxrtyzi

A Culturally-Attuned Distributed Decision Making Model of Global Virtual Teams in World Summit on the Information Society

N Zakaria, D L Cogburn
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This study analyzed the archival email messages (n= 1760 emails) from Civil Society team members in the World Summit of Information Society (WSIS) over the period of six months.  ...  In addition, our study also further exemplifies the dynamic and iterative process of distributed decision making among members of Civil Society.  ...  The contribution made on a distributed model is that there is another dynamic process observed which was supported by a fourth stage called responses and deliberation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.7 dblp:conf/hicss/ZakariaC11 fatcat:6xvkkkeen5d2bhss3vsfkco4fe

The Role of Knowledge in Intelligent Agents

Ingo J. Timm, Lukas Reuter
2018 Deutsche Jahrestagung für Künstliche Intelligenz  
The AdaptPRO project focuses on intentional forgetting in context of human and multiagent teams.  ...  Therefore, the knowledge structure within and knowledge distribution between agents are discussed.  ...  We would also like to thank Jan Ole Berndt, Anna-Sophie Ulfert, Thomas Ellwart, and Conny Antoni for their fruitful discussion  ... 
dblp:conf/ki/Timm018 fatcat:hazfpburtfgjlihbyqqpe45enq

CAMELOT: technology focused testing of CSCW applications

R.F. Dugan, E.P. Glinert, E.H. Rogers
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
In this paper we describe CAMELOT, a novel technologyfocused methodology for testing Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) software.  ...  The single user stage is subdivided into general computing and human-computer interaction testing. The multi-user stage is decomposed into distributed computing and human-human interaction testing.  ...  Johns for his support and advice during the evaluation of RCN using Rebecca-J.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174900 dblp:conf/hicss/DuganGR03 fatcat:mdkts4atsrg35hshxtbp2fkvle

Evaluating Multi-Robot Teamwork in Parameterised Environments [chapter]

Eric Schneider, Elizabeth I. Sklar, Simon Parsons
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Four different task allocation mechanisms were compared, in two different exploration scenarios, with two different starting configurations for the robot team.  ...  Experiments were conducted with physical robots and simulated robots, and a diverse set of metrics was computed.  ...  This supports our second hypothesis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-40379-3_32 fatcat:jclmwdeoyvgjrhg2aqzoac554i

Distributed Cat Modeling Based Agile Framework for Software Development

Prakash B, Viswanathan V
2020 International journal of engineering education  
In this paper, the catastrophic and distributed computing models are integrated into the software development step.  ...  The effectiveness of the proposed model is analyzed based on the performance metrics, such as Index of Integration (IoI) and Usability Goals Achievement Metric (UGAM), for which five products including  ...  The demerit of the method is that the method did not support the multiple vendor involvements in distributed agile projects. Santos, V. et al.  ... 
doi:10.14710/ijee.2.1.20-32 fatcat:di22wmlydnf4bnvxmdytiawclu

Automatic prediction of consistency among team members' understanding of group decisions in meetings

Joseph Kim, Julie A. Shah
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)  
We use self-reported summaries as a representative measure for team members' understanding following meetings, and present a computational model that uses a set of verbal and nonverbal features from natural  ...  In this paper, we seek to predict the consistency among team members' understanding of group decisions.  ...  In this paper, we utilize a set of dialogue features to develop a computational model for predicting consistency among team members' understanding of group decisions (referred to as group consistency).  ... 
doi:10.1109/smc.2014.6974506 dblp:conf/smc/KimS14 fatcat:4pq67ok5frfwpabbqzygq6lbk4

1001 Unanswered Research Questions in GSS

Robert O. Briggs, Jay F. Nunamaker, Ralph H. Sprague
1997 Journal of Management Information Systems  
What changes in GSS technology and group process will be required to support collaboration for teams distributed along the dimensions of time, space, and computing resources?  ...  Virtual meetings: computer conferencing and distributed group support. In R.T. Watson, R. Bostrom, and S.T. Kinney (eds.), Computer Augmented Teamwork. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992. 24.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1997.11518172 fatcat:o7fbq42pwjhijbwdsrtrnfm4tq

A Systematic Literature Review of E-Leadership

MSc Golden Mashiri, Austin Mwange, MPA Robbson Manda, Dr. Joseph Chiseyengi Ph.D, MSc Musonda Ashley Masase-Muza, MSc Nizah Mutambo, MSc John Bwalya
2022 Zenodo  
A widespread review of the literature found a total of 35 articles mainly on e-leadership, virtual leadership, leading virtual teams, school ICT leadership.  ...  Distributed teams can carry out critical tasks only with suitable decision support technologies.  ...  A series of empirical studies were reported to assess the effectiveness of Team Spirit in supporting distributed group problem solving when in-person facilitation is not possible.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6673284 fatcat:x6bkv67vezfahhjcti6s5f2aja
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