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Informatik-Spektrum

, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp 120–133 | Cite as

Kontextbasierte Adaption gemeinsamer Arbeitsbereiche

Automatische Anpassung von Kooperationsumgebungen
  • Dirk Veiel
  • Stephan Lukosch
  • Joerg M. HaakeEmail author
HAUPTBEITRAG ADAPTION GEMEINSAMER ARBEITSBEREICHE
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Zusammenfassung

Heutzutage kooperieren viele Teams mittels gemeinsamer Arbeitsbereiche, die Dienste zur Unterstützung von Interaktion und Kooperation in der Gruppe anbieten. Die Anforderungen der Gruppe an die Gruppeninteraktion verändern sich über die Zeit in Abhängigkeit von der aktuellen Problemstellung und den Gruppenzielen. Ein idealer gemeinsamer Arbeitsbereich muss deshalb Mittel zur Anpassung seiner Dienste bzw. Interaktionsmöglichkeiten an die aktuellen Anforderungen des Teams bieten. Die manuelle Anpassung gemeinsamer Arbeitsbereiche ist jedoch schwierig und zeitaufwendig. Durch kontextbasierte Adaption können Teams bei der Anpassung des gemeinsamen Arbeitsbereiches unterstützt werden. Aus diesem Grund analysieren wir die Adaptionsmöglichkeiten in einer generellen Serviceorientierten Architektur (SOA) für gemeinsame Arbeitsbereiche und erweitern selbige auf Basis von Benutzeranforderungen um kontextbasierte Adaption. Mittels eines Frameworks für Kontextmodellierung und kontextbasierter Adaption von gemeinsamen Arbeitsbereichen wird die kontinuierliche Anpassung des Arbeitsbereichs unterstützt. Anhand eines Prototyps illustrieren wir die Realisierbarkeit unseres Ansatzes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fakultät für Mathematik und InformatikFernUniversität in HagenHagenDeutschland
  2. 2.Faculty for Technology, Policy and ManagementDelft University of TechnologyDelftNiederlande

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