Collaboration and Technology: 20th International Conference, by Nelson Baloian, Frada Burstein, Hiroaki Ogata, Flavia

By Nelson Baloian, Frada Burstein, Hiroaki Ogata, Flavia Santoro, Gustavo Zurita

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the twentieth Collaboration Researchers' overseas operating workforce convention on Collaboration and know-how, held in Santiago, Chile, in September 2014.
The sixteen revised papers offered including 18 development papers and three invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty nine submissions. The papers released in complaints of this year's and prior CRIWG meetings replicate the developments in collaborative computing study and its evolution. there has been a becoming curiosity in social networks research, crowdsourcing and computing device help for giant groups regularly. a distinct study subject which has been regularly found in the CRIWG complaints has been collaborative learning.

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Transported buckets: 140 Two lines: one formed by six students (one “Agent to Dip”, four “Agents Line”, one “Agent to Dump”) and other formed by four “Runners”. Transported buckets: 110 - The coordinator changed the runner twice, so as not to tire this team member. There was no occurrence of unexpected events. - There was the occurrence of expected events: the bucket fell twice, following until the end of the queue and the runner was changed three times. - No runner was changed. As the Coordinator had to accumulate functions, he failed to identify problems that occurred in this execution.

If necessary, a participant, due to an unexpected fact, may need to change the execution of his/her tasks. The following roles were defined in the model: • • • Coordinator: Person whose role is to be responsible for coordinating activities in the Collaborative Session. Observed: Person whose role is to be responsible for performing actions within the Collaborative Session, aiming to achieve a goal. Observer: Person whose role is to be responsible for observing and recording the actions performed in the Collaborative Session.

20] developed a GIS with integrated decision support adopting a process view, but again this approach is out of scope since it does not address business processes in general and R1-3 in particular. Walter [21] suggests some potential advantages of using both types of systems for decision-making, for instance in the area of incident management. Incident management is an application area where the combination of framed and unframed processes could be beneficial, as it often requires combining planning and improvisation.

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