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RUHR-UNIVERSITÄT BOCHUM
Department Information and
Technology Management
Beyond Collaborative Model
Usage and Developmen...
R
Lay user modeling
Models are great tools for organizational planning
• Help to form a common understanding
• Allow for d...
R
A collaborative model lifecycle
Concepts for self-directed user-managed modeling are there
but sparse and should be alig...
R
Content collection
Text is automatically transferred into model elements
• Can be used anytime and anywhere in the model...
R
Model prototyping / Design and Negotiation
Touch interface combined with Kinect Cameras
• Multi-user clustering
(support...
R
Usage
• Attach annotations to any part of a model via an
easy to use web interface
• First studies show promising result...
R
Alignment to lifecycle
Textual
contributions
Clustering
Web-based
annotations
Voting
Alignment has be improved and gaps ...
R
• We contribute:
– A framework for continuous lay user involvement in
model development and usage
– Tools that are usabl...
R
Thanks!
prilla@iaw.rub.de
www.imtm-iaw.rub.de
nolte@iaw.rub.de
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Beyond Collaborative Model Usage and Development – A Model Lifecycle Approach for Lay User Modeling

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Presentation of Alexander Nolte and Michael Prilla at the MoRoCo 2013 workshop on the Role of Models in Cooperation held in conjunction with the ECSCW 2013 conference on computer supported cooperative work. http://moroco2013.wordpress.com

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Beyond Collaborative Model Usage and Development – A Model Lifecycle Approach for Lay User Modeling

  1. 1. R RUHR-UNIVERSITÄT BOCHUM Department Information and Technology Management Beyond Collaborative Model Usage and Development – A Model Lifecycle Approach for Lay User Modeling Alexander Nolte and Michael Prilla
  2. 2. R Lay user modeling Models are great tools for organizational planning • Help to form a common understanding • Allow for discussing effects of change before applying it Lay user participation makes them better • Increases accuracy of models • Increased motivation to adopt them Self-directed, user-managed modeling is even better • Stakeholders are no longer cut from model usage • They can become active and report experiences from practice Why isn t this a common practice in organizations?
  3. 3. R A collaborative model lifecycle Concepts for self-directed user-managed modeling are there but sparse and should be aligned to a model lifecycle • Ideation • Clustering • Dialogue games • Wiki modeling • Critiquing • Walkthrough • … We also bring tools and methods for some of the phases.
  4. 4. R Content collection Text is automatically transferred into model elements • Can be used anytime and anywhere in the model • Supports different element types • Can be used by lay users without prior training
  5. 5. R Model prototyping / Design and Negotiation Touch interface combined with Kinect Cameras • Multi-user clustering (supports prototyping) • Collaborative voting (supports design and negotiation)
  6. 6. R Usage • Attach annotations to any part of a model via an easy to use web interface • First studies show promising results • Allows for large scale participation
  7. 7. R Alignment to lifecycle Textual contributions Clustering Web-based annotations Voting Alignment has be improved and gaps have to be filled
  8. 8. R • We contribute: – A framework for continuous lay user involvement in model development and usage – Tools that are usable without prior training – Methods that employ these tools in modeling • We need: – Better alignment of tools and methods to each other and to the lifecycle – More tools and methods to fill in existing gaps – Common agenda to foster the development of this stream of research What do we contribute?What do we need?
  9. 9. R Thanks! prilla@iaw.rub.de www.imtm-iaw.rub.de nolte@iaw.rub.de

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