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Negotiating Use: Making Sense of Mobile Technology

Alexandra Weilenmann
2001 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
This paper is based on a study of the ways in which a group negotiated the use of a new mobile technology.  ...  Further, the empirical results clearly show how negotiations of new, mobile technology differ from stationary technology.  ...  Acknowledgements To perform this study I needed two things: users and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/pl00000015 fatcat:fnhpduc35vgqlh3gohb3gefr4a

Making Sense of Mobile Technology

David Pauleen, John Campbell, Brian Harmer, Ali Intezari
2015 SAGE Open  
In this article, we seek to better understand how individual mobile technology users have made sense of these changes and adapted to them.  ...  The findings show that mobile technology use blurs the boundaries between work and private life, making traditional time and place distinctions less relevant.  ...  Our guiding research question is as follows: Research Question 1: How do users make sense of the impact of mobile technologies on the integration of work and private roles?  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244015583859 fatcat:3yvggisssjbczihynacpivqvi4

Supporting Impromptu Coordination Using Automated Negotiation [chapter]

Iyad Rahwan, Connor Graham, Liz Sonenberg
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The interaction is structured using a negotiation protocol that exploits a hierarchical representation of tasks and goals.  ...  We are concerned with forms of interaction in which multiple users, with differing agendas and interests, may realise opportunities for useful synchronisation of their activities.  ...  Acknowledgement Thanks to Michael Rovatsos, Christine Satchell, Greg Wadley, Anton Kattan, and Fernando Koch for useful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-32128-6_17 fatcat:rxgflodxcvh2jpftvwyzrp7unq

Interaction through negotiation

Christina Brodersen, Jannie Friis Kristensen
2004 Proceedings of the third Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction - NordiCHI '04  
We present 'Interaction through Negotiation' as a general Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) paradigm, aimed at ubiquitous/pervasive technology and environments, with focus on facilitating negotiation in  ...  This approach is concerned with the way technology presents itself to us, both as physical entities and as conceptual entities, as well as the relations between these presentations, as we move between  ...  mobile use context of nomadic workers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1028014.1028054 dblp:conf/nordichi/BrodersenK04 fatcat:sbtucd5qr5awxksyc3ccwlukle

Using Blogs as a Teaching Tool in Negotiation

Ian Macduff
2009 Negotiation journal  
through the use of information communications technology.  ...  This article reports on the experimental use of blogs as a teaching tool in a course on negotiation and mediation.  ...  of technology, as another kind of intermediary or resource, might serve as a fourth party in that same facilitative and neutral sense.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1571-9979.2008.00210.x fatcat:jgdqygsiyvfknjpxm2ta2tlfpe

Negotiating boundaries

Rikke Aarhus, Stinne Aaløkke Ballegaard
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
be used.  ...  To move treatment successfully from the hospital to that of technology assisted self-care at home, it is vital in the design of such technologies to understand the setting in which the health IT should  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Maja, Karen and Poul and the other participants who allowed us into their homes and shared their experiences with us.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753509 dblp:conf/chi/AarhusB10 fatcat:2dige2re3jb5llaqfz2nat7yke

A Foresight Support System Using MCDM Methods

Jan Ondrus, Tung Bui, Yves Pigneur
2014 Group Decision and Negotiation  
In this paper, we demonstrate the design and use of a Foresight Support System (FSS) combining two multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) methods.  ...  Our research confirms that the use of MCDM methods supported with a computerized tool can enhance the foresight processes and results.  ...  Despite the limitations, one essential contribution in this paper lies in the use of MCDM methods, not for decision-making, but for technology assessment and foresight.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10726-014-9392-8 fatcat:aylgw7aiargpzmgsevcihyuloe

Mobile Trust Negotiation [chapter]

Timothy W. van der Horst, Tore Sundelin, Kent E. Seamons, Charles D. Knutson
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
We examine several architectures for extending the nascent technology of automated trust negotiation to bring nonidentity-based authentication and authorization to mobile devices.  ...  This proposed system is called surrogate trust negotiation as the sensitive and resource-intense tasks of authentication are performed vicariously for the mobile device by a surrogate trust agent.  ...  Surrogate Trust Negotiation We have created a surrogate trust negotiation prototype system that makes use of the ideas presented above.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-24486-7_7 fatcat:aizvv4oho5h4jk4w6ctqq4tuti

Negotiating attachments to plastic

Lukas Sattlegger
2021 Social Studies of Science  
Against this background, innovation is not simply about the implementation and substitution of technology by human actors, but about negotiating attachments that humans have towards objects within socio-technical  ...  Drawing on ethnographic research conducted in the office and warehouse of an organic wholesaler in Germany, this article presents a trans-sequential analysis of an innovation that aimed to reduce the use  ...  Furthermore, I want to thank the editor and the reviewers of Social Studies of Science for their helpful comments and recommendations on earlier versions of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/03063127211027950 pmid:34227427 pmcid:PMC8586193 fatcat:nsuo767dpfglhpyht4f7n6olaq

When Will Negotiation Agents Be Able to Represent Us? The Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Negotiators

Tim Baarslag, Michael Kaisers, Enrico H. Gerding, Catholijn M. Jonker, Jonathan Gratch
2017 Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
This paper sizes up current negotiating agents and explores a number of technological, societal and ethical challenges that autonomous negotiation systems have brought about.  ...  Much research has thus been expended to create agents that are able to negotiate in an abundance of circumstances.  ...  Introduction Negotiation, the process of joint decision making, is pervasive in our society.  ... 
doi:10.24963/ijcai.2017/653 dblp:conf/ijcai/BaarslagKGJG17 fatcat:bglge77bojg7ncplo6uflf2pfe

Negotiating Value

Chris Degeling
2007 Science, Technology and Human Values  
At the beginning of the twentieth-century, human and veterinary surgeons faced the challenge of a medical marketplace transformed by technology.  ...  arguments to justify the application of innovative fracture care technologies to their humans and animal patients.  ...  (Shaar 1944, 216) A patient wearing the apparatus could be mobile and easily withstand the pitching of a ship, unlike an injured serviceman in "traction."  ... 
doi:10.1177/0162243907310298 fatcat:ozijb3v65zfo3aosde4f7wedvy

Purposive Negotiation

Charles Heckscher
2013 Revue Négociations  
Most research to explore constructive processes of negotiation have started from the assumption that the parties have distinct interests, and that the problem is to create space for the exploration of  ...  In some cases, however, negotiations move to another level: they develop a purpose that is shared across the parties, and that then shapes the discussion of how to meet differing needs.  ...  It turns out, in short, to be hard to know how to make use of the tool.  ... 
doi:10.3917/neg.020.0113 fatcat:hzv5hnp3f5by7ozxbj3f7h5gsy

"PMA Sounds Fun": Negotiating Drug Discourses Online

Monica J. Barratt, Matthew Allen, Simon Lenton
2014 Substance Use & Misuse  
In this paper, we describe how this death was depicted in online drug-user communities and illustrate how the meanings of drug use are negotiated in online settings.  ...  Online environments may offer ways of engaging people who use drugs that acknowledge both pleasure and safety.  ...  Acknowledgements We are most grateful for the support and efforts of the online forum users, moderators and administrators who participated in this project. This research forms part of Barratt  ... 
doi:10.3109/10826084.2013.852584 pmid:24779498 fatcat:urjphk5bvfejlkmmtvbw23qpj4

Interpreting US-China Trade War Background, Negotiations and Consequences

Wang Yong
2019 China International Strategy Review  
Since March 2018, the US-China trade conflict has escalated from a tariff war to a technology war and the strategic competition between the two giants, and the direction of the trade war and China-US relations  ...  By answering these questions, the paper gives analysis of the political and economic driving forces behind the US-China trade war and the factors affecting the consequences of the negotiations.  ...  While many people in the US tend to believe that China's development model and philosophy pose a challenge to the US, this argument does not make much sense because China does not advocate exporting ideology  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42533-019-00019-6 fatcat:nuv36453mncovgrrt3eebavqp4

Negotiating constitutions for political unions

Vikas Kumar
2011 International Review of Law and Economics  
We introduce negotiated, contested, and time-consistent contested constitutions to address various classes of merger problems.  ...  Rent extracted by technologically advanced province for transferring technology to the backward province in a union is shown to be increasing in complexity of technology but bounded from above.  ...  Two, using the limiting solution of the negotiation model saves us from making unreasonable assumption about the identity of the first mover in the negotiation game. Three, solution to our problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.irle.2011.01.002 fatcat:ha7aopwlv5fb5bxvhrjezicrty
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