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What Is Participation? Design Leads the Way to a Cross-Disciplinary Framework

Marie K. Harder, Gemma Burford, Elona Hoover
2013 Design Issues  
We see this clarification as a significant first step to remove multidisciplinary barriers to the productive building of a knowledge base around participation concepts.  ...  Ideas about participation have been actively developed by designers for many years, through the separate traditions of user-centered design and participatory design, and more recently through various schools  ...  Its transcendence above paradigm boundaries gives design a privileged perspective, and provides a fertile ground for building up a framework of knowledge about participation.  ... 
doi:10.1162/desi_a_00229 fatcat:6u5wqsbsi5ddtny3pmeqmqiode

CLOVE: A Framework to Design Ontology Views [chapter]

Rosario Uceda-Sosa, Cindy X. Chen, Kajal T. Claypool
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
However, not every view should be used to filter every query, thats why the CLOVE runtime system keeps track of view dependencies and who created them, with a simple access control system based on user  ...  We have designed and implemented a framework that explores the issues of authoring and management of views and their underlying ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30464-7_67 fatcat:2tuipt525jhktijgcu4osuorwu

Talking about Multimedia: a layered design framework

Josie Taylor‡, Tamara Sumner*, Andrew Law†
1997 Journal of Educational Media  
How can we gauge which systems are well-designed or appropriate for a specific group of learners? How do we compare different designs?  ...  However, most people would probably have a difficult time cogently explaining why they are different and, more importantly, the implications of these differences both for effective use and for future design  ...  We also wish to thank Peter Whalley and Ben Hawkridge for invaluable discussions on the Virtual Microscope specifically, and for sharing their expertise about designing and creating educational multimedia  ... 
doi:10.1080/1358165970230209 fatcat:fmjmhmbdnnd4zpscifcucvntzq

A Design Framework for Foreign Language Learning Applications

Mihaela Colhon
2015 Romanian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction  
The proposed language learning framework is not designed around the wellknown list of words.  ...  In this article we present a method for generating and applying syntactic motivated patterns in order to develop a foreign language learning mechanism.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author wants to thank the Natural Language Processing Group of the Faculty of Computer Science, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi, for providing the English-Romanian corpus upon  ... 
dblp:conf/rochi/Colhon15 fatcat:plb7umv52rgp7b3malf3ouhrgy

Definition of a Model-Based Engineering Framework for the Design, Organization, and Management of Local Agri-Food Systems

Jean-Luc Paris, Carole Chazoule, Mathieu Désolé, Nicolas Brulard, Stéphane Fournier, Laurent Trognon, Olivier Devise
2022 Open Journal of Business and Management  
Model-Based Engineering Framework for the Design, Organization, and Management of Local Agri-Food Systems Jean-Luc Paris1, Carole Chazoule2, Mathieu Désolé2, Nicolas Brulard3, Stéphane Fournier4, Laurent  ...  of Industrial Engineering and Systems Engineering to propose a new methodo- logical framework for the design, organization, and management of local agri-food  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojbm.2022.102050 fatcat:6x7vro3ph5g6hfvt273yimjnui

A Framework for Understanding and Designing Telepresence

Irene Rae, Gina Venolia, John C. Tang, David Molnar
2015 Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '15  
We propose a framework consisting of seven design dimensions for understanding telepresence, iteratively developed from previous literature, a series of three surveys, the construction of two design probes  ...  , and demonstrate the use of our framework as a tool to (1) highlight opportunities for future work, (2) identify generalizable findings from research, and (3) facilitate communication in the telepresence  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Wild Ginger in Bellevue and the Seattle Art Museum for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2675133.2675141 dblp:conf/cscw/RaeVTM15 fatcat:2ov2dzj4w5emdjmv6t4lbxpjwa

A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR AN INTELLIGENT DESIGN CATALOGUE

Paul Winkelman, Ian Yellowley
2011 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
Design theory suggests frameworks for developing a (semi-) hierarchical structure for cataloguing parts and design case studies offer insight into differences between novice and expert designers.  ...  The theoretical framework for this research draws on several engineering areas.  ...  Reconfigurable Systems: Oldknow and Yellowley [15] describe a reconfigurable, open-architecture system to control machine tools on a manufacturing shop floor.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.3833 fatcat:fnzxmebtefadlmol64z2pwgfra

A theoretical framework for an intelligent design catalogue

Paul Winkelman
2010 Engineering with Computers  
Design theory suggests frameworks for developing a (semi-) hierarchical structure for cataloguing parts and design case studies offer insight into differences between novice and expert designers.  ...  The theoretical framework for this research draws on several engineering areas.  ...  Reconfigurable Systems: Oldknow and Yellowley [15] describe a reconfigurable, open-architecture system to control machine tools on a manufacturing shop floor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00366-010-0188-4 fatcat:auij2z6gkvb4diqsiy5yq5a2su

A Design Framework for the ELTeach Program Assessments

John W. Young, Donald Freeman, Maurice C. Hauck, Pablo Garcia Gomez, Spiros Papageorgiou
2014 ETS Research Report Series  
The paper is organized into the following sections: (a) the purposes and intended uses for test scores/certificates, (b) the target populations, (c) the construct definitions, (d) the program frameworks  ...  and domain descriptions, (e) the test designs, (f) the scoring systems, and (g) directions for research in support of the program.  ...  d) the program frameworks and domain descriptions, (e) the test designs, (f) the scoring systems, and (g) directions for research in support of the program.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ets2.12036 fatcat:7bslmqb5czh2nbhpaux7qv27ky

Designing a Linked Data Migrational Framework for Singapore Government Datasets [article]

Aravind Sesagiri Raamkumar, Muthu Kumaar Thangavelu, Sudarsan Kaleeswaran amd Christopher S.G. Khoo
2015 arXiv   pre-print
This report provides an eight step migrational framework for converting Singapore Government data from legacy systems to Linked Data format.  ...  The framework can be evaluated by building a Proof of Concept (POC) application.  ...  This model served as a base for the designed migration framework.  ... 
arXiv:1504.01987v1 fatcat:wfmgncizxnddhfvwnudiilpbnm

A framework for design engineering education in a global context

Andrew J. Wodehouse, Hilary J. Grierson, Caroline Breslin, Ozgur Eris, William J. Ion, Larry J. Leifer, Ade Mabogunje
2010 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
Abstract This paper presents a framework for teaching design engineering in a global context using innovative technologies to enable distributed teams to work together effectively across international  ...  The DIDET Framework encapsulates all the conclusions relating to design engineering in a global context.  ...  and objects in the system can be controlled on a world, group or individual level; the development of a hierarchical file storage mechanism to enable students to organize and manage their information  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060410000259 fatcat:uvg2clbksjgxnad6l2c5nov6ey

A framework for assessing group memory approaches for software design projects

Beatrix Zimmermann, Albert M. Selvin
1997 Proceedings of the conference on Designing interactive systems processes, practices, methods, and techniques - DIS '97  
In this paper we describe a framework for assessing group memory systems.  ...  WM1e the need for group memory systems in a software development project has been argued by various researchers and practitioners, a comprehensive evaluation methodology for these systems has not been  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Michael Atwood for his review of this paper. We would also like to thank Maarten Sierhuis for his contribution to the Project Compendium section.  ... 
doi:10.1145/263552.263658 dblp:conf/ACMdis/ZimmermannS97 fatcat:3ib42ju3ynedhccluq3jedhm7i

Designs in and for learning—a theoretical framework [chapter]

Staffan Selander
2021 Designs for Research, Teaching and Learning  
In a school textbook, a description usually ends with control-questions concerning some basic facts.  ...  we are actually interested in "knowledge," we might as well develop a new kind of individually and digitally based tutoring system-within new social framings.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003096498-1 fatcat:jul6sulixjcozjpx7tkkvopldy

Multidimensional Integrated Ontologies: A Framework for Designing Semantic Data Warehouses [chapter]

Victoria Nebot, Rafael Berlanga, Juan Manuel Pérez, María José Aramburu, Torben Bach Pedersen
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We also propose an ontology-driven framework to design multidimensional analysis models for Semantic Data Warehouses.  ...  In this paper we also sketch how the instance data of a MIO can be translated into OLAP cubes for analysis purposes. Finally, some implementation issues of the overall framework are discussed.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Danish Research Council for Technology and Production, through the framework project "Intelligent Sound" , and the Spanish National Research Project TIN2008  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03098-7_1 fatcat:ilkhoynuojezff7vks6izvtx4i

Positioning the Normalized Systems Theory in a Design Theory Framework [chapter]

Philip Huysmans, Gilles Oorts, Peter De Bruyn, Herwig Mannaert, Jan Verelst
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
For this reason, positioning a research stream within both paradigms has become a difficult exercise.  ...  Normalized Systems theory has been proposed as a way to cope with the ever increasingly agile environment to which organizations and their software applications need to adapt.  ...  Although the combination of these definitions gives a clear understanding of a construct, the authors believe there is still a certain subjectivity in determining what "vocabulary" or shared knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37478-4_3 fatcat:43wjos4iajdaddyk6zhktebmta
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