INTI 13 - Modélisation informatique de plates-formes d’enquêtes participatives pour l’observation de la transition socio-écologique

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  • 1. 1"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Sylvie Damy & Bénédicte HerrmannAssociate professor in Computer ScienceUniversité de Franche-Comté - FranceModélisation informatique de plates-formesd’enquêtes participatives pour l’observationde la transition socio-écologiqueComputing modelling of participativesurveys platforms for socio-ecologicaltransition observation
  • 2. 2"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Plan• Catalyse• Modelling action• Modelling phase 1 : Modelling forcomputer specialists• Modelling phase 2 : Modelling for users• Results• In prospect
  • 3. 3"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Catalyse• Method and tools for territorialobservation• Based on local observatories
  • 4. 4"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)CatalyseAllows:– Collect of informations by means of surveys– Analysis (quantitative and qualitative) of theseinformations– Sharing and publication of these informations– Definition of indicators (fills the lack ofindicator at local level)Facilitate the implementation of surveys bythe actors
  • 5. 5"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)CatalyseComputer tools :• Pragma : Questionnaire building andinformation collect• Anaconda : Analyse and visualisation
  • 6. 6"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Catalyse• Rapid expansion since its creation in1989• Use in many projects of observatories• This year : regional survey• Next year : local surveysNew user needs and technologies evolution
  • 7. 7"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling actionComplete model definition of a cooperativeand participative Territorial IntelligenceCommunity System (TICS)Takes into account technical evolutionsand new user needsProduce a Platform which can be easilyuse by actors
  • 8. 8"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling actionStarted with the caENTI project (2006-2009)At present:– INTI GDRI– FEDER Project ODIT «Observatoire desDynamiques Industrielles et Territoriales »
  • 9. 9"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling actionModelling phase 1 : Modelling forcomputer specialistsSoftware sustainable development :– New software versions– MDA approach: Separation of businessconcerns and technological concerns
  • 10. 10"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 1Software• Informations representation (databases, programs)• Code development UML Object Models: Class diagrams Pragma : two main contributions
  • 11. 11"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 1: MaincontributionComputing construction of questionnaireOrganisation:- thematic blocks- construction blocks(iteration, …)Detailed description ofquestions and modalities
  • 12. 12"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 1: MaincontributionRe-use of questions and parts ofquestionnaire integrated in modelling• Questions pool• Thematic block pool
  • 13. 13"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling action : Phase 2Modelling for usersCommunication:– With computer specialists (Catalyse softwaredevelopment and maintenance)– With Catalyse users– A common language is essential in a context where theactors who have to act together remain sectorized withvery different professional culturesTeaching methods:– Catalyse users training– Conception of guides for optimal use of Catalyse method
  • 14. 14"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2Information system:• More global vision• Computing tools are not a purpose but just means• Cooperative and collaborative aspects• Closer to users : Project and survey• Attention is focussed on business, uses and practices ofactors• Who intervenes ? Roles• How communicates ? Vocabulary• What is the main objective of TICS ? Realize anintelligence territorial project
  • 15. 15"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2Roles :
  • 16. 16"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2:VocabularyIdentical terms which have rather different meaningsComputer scientist- precise elementrelated to themodeling- Class, attribute, ...Thematician- Concept- much more generalelement
  • 17. 17"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Territorial intelligence ComputingA project is based on actorspartnership, which together define agoal and realize collaboratively thetasks necessary to achieve this goal,by sharing resources.A project is based on a sharedinformation system, which includesindicators on the one hand andinformation collected through surveysA project is mainly composedof:• a set of surveys• an objective• a reference to a projectadministratorModelling phase 2: anexample of vocabularyProject definition
  • 18. 18"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2: BPM• What is the main objective of a SCIT?Build an intelligence territorial project• Process model : BPM (BusinessProcess Modelling)
  • 19. 19"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2:Roles in BPM
  • 20. 20"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Modelling phase 2: Exampleproject admininstrator
  • 21. 21"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)Results• Development of Catalyse V2• Observatoire de la transition socio-écologiqueen Franche-Comté, Lavalleja (Argentine), …• MDA approach: CIM representation in BPM• Pedagogy and communication : Communlanguage– Very different professional cultures– Simplicity of use
  • 22. 22"Territorial Intelligence, socio-ecological transition and resilience of the territories"30-31 May 2013, Besançon (UFR SLHS, MSHE), Dijon (MSHD)In Prospect• Catalyse V3 specification: Catalyse V2BPM specifications refinement• MDA: Transformation CIM to PIM– PIM representation– Transformation rules CIM to PIM