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Review of papers read from icalts project

Participatory Analysis of Sychronous Collaborative Problem Solving using the OCAF methodology and tools. [avouris_etal_cscl2003.pdf]


This paper is the announcement of an event during which they propose to evaluate the Object Oriented collaborative analysis framework. This framework seems interesting - both in the methodology and the actual tool.

They then do their analysis using the colAt toolkit, which also seems interesting. It is a software environment for analysis.

I'll need to take a closer look at this OCAF methodology (focus on objects and operations on them - much like oo programming) and maybe see whether the colat tool could be used by us.

State of the art on interaction analysis: interaction analyisis indicators [D1 State of the Art Version_1_3 ICALTS_Kal NoE.pdf]


Proposes various ideas of what I have so far called "traces".
Posted by Gregory Dyke on Thursday 13 October 2005 at 10:32