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Creativity and Rationale
Most research in design rationale focuses on specific tools, methods, models, or artifacts. There has been relatively little attention to the practice level of design rationale work: the human experience of working with the tools and methods to create rationale artifacts. This paper explores a particular juncture of creativity and design rationale that is found in the special case of helping groups of people construct representations of rationale within live meetings. Such work poses challengesdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4111-2_15 fatcat:27kx7w3irrbzxaqtfo4jnohbwi