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*'''Trust-based collaboration'''  including validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions.
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*'''Trust-based collaboration''' where users master and control their data by deciding with whom they share their data without relying on a central authority. We investigate new trust-based access control mechanisms where access is given based on user trust values that are dynamic and vary during a collaboration. These mechanisms are scalable and usable. The main questions we address are how to compute the trust values such that they correctly reflect collaboration experiences between users and that they are accepted by users.
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*"Real-time collaborative editing" including an insightful understanding of real-time requirements for collaborative editing, grounded in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative work. Current related work is fundamentally flawed, based on tasks with varied time constants, idiosyncratic task coupling and uncontrolled compensatory strategies. The project focusses as well on awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption.

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*'''Real-time collaborative editing''' including an insightful understanding of real-time requirements for collaborative editing, grounded in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative work. Current related work is fundamentally flawed, based on tasks with varied time constants, idiosyncratic task coupling and uncontrolled compensatory strategies. The project focusses as well on awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption.

*'''Trust-based collaboration'''  including validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions.
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Methodologically, validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. We are developing new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.

!!Experimentations of real-time editing constraints
[[#ExperimentationsRTEC]]

* April 18, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 18, 2013, 11h30-13h, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 22, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* May 24, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 27, 2013, 11h-12h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 31, 2013, 11h-12h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 2, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 4, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 5, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 7, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
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Methodologically, validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. We are developing new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.
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The project focuses on two substantive areas (1a and 1b), with one overarching methodological contribution (2).
1a. Real-time requirements for
collaborative editing, grounded in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative work. Current related work is fundamentally flawed, based on tasks with varied time constants, idiosyncratic task coupling and uncontrolled compensatory strategies.
1b. Trust policies in collaborative editing including awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption. The project includes also validation
of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions.
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Methodologically, validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. We are developing new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.
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The project focuses on two substantive areas - real-time collaborative editing and trust-based collaboration-, with one overarching methodological contribution.
*"Real-time
collaborative editing" including an insightful understanding of real-time requirements for collaborative editing, grounded in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative work. Current related work is fundamentally flawed, based on tasks with varied time constants, idiosyncratic task coupling and uncontrolled compensatory strategies. The project focusses as well on awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption.

*"Trust-based collaboration"  including validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions.

Methodologically, validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. We are developing new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.
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The project focuses on two substantive areas (1a and 1b), with one overarching methodological contribution (2).
1a. Real-time requirements for collaborative editing, grounded in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative work. Current related work is fundamentally flawed, based on tasks with varied time constants, idiosyncratic task coupling and uncontrolled compensatory strategies.
1b. Trust policies in collaborative editing including awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption. The project includes also validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions.
2. Methodologically, validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. We are developing new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.
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This project focuses on the human evaluation of methods and algorithms for trustworthy collaborative editing. The project enhances the acquisition of in-house expertise on distributed collaborative systems with the inclusion of researchers from the U.S. who provide expertise in user studies.
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This project focuses on the human evaluation of methods and algorithms for trustworthy collaborative editing. The project brings together expertise on distributed collaborative systems of SCORE team with expertise in user studies of Department of Psychology of Wright State University.

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USCoast has as main objective the validation of trustworthy collaborative systems using experimental user studies. This type of validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. The project will focus on the real-time requirements and trust policies in collaborative editing, resulting in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative editing and awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption. The project includes also validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions. We will develop new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.

This project focuses on the human evaluation of methods and algorithms for trustworthy collaborative editing. The project enhances the acquisition of in-house expertise
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This project focuses on the human evaluation of methods and algorithms for trustworthy collaborative editing. The project enhances the acquisition of in-house expertise on distributed collaborative systems with the inclusion of researchers from the U.S. who provide expertise in user studies.
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[[#Events]]

* Visit of Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team in the period May 13 - June 21, 2013
* Visit of Meagan ALDRIDGE in the SCORE team in the period June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria Internship)

!!Talks
[[#Talks]]

* June 19, 10h-12h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, Towards a Science of Human Centered Computation
* June 12, 10h-12h, B013, Jingjie JIANG, Master Thesis presentation, Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes
* June 13, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation, First Part (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
* June 14, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation, Second Part (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
* July 2, 15h-17h, B013, Jingjie JIANG, Rehearsal presentation of master thesis to be defended in Ireland, Evaluation of cooperative devices in heterogeneous situations
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* Claudia-Lavinia IGNAT, Junior researcher (Chargée de recherche CR1 Inria), SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~ignatcla/, Principal investigator
* François CHAROY, Senior professor, Université de Lorraine, leader of SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~charoy/
* Gérald OSTER, Assistant professor, Université de Lorraine, SCORE team, [[http://www.loria.fr/~oster/]]
* Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html, International partner principal investigator
* Meagan ALDRIDGE, PhD student, Wright State University, Department of Psychology

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* April 18, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 18, 11h30-13h, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 22, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* May 24, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 27, 11h-12h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 31, 11h-12h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 2, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 4, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 5, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 7, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
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* April 18, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 18, 2013, 11h30-13h, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 22, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* May 24, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 27, 2013, 11h-12h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 31, 2013, 11h-12h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 2, 2013, 14h-15h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 4, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 5, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 7, 2013, 10h-11h30, salle PO, TELECOM Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
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* Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html
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* Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html, International partner principal investigator
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* July 2, 15h-17h, B013, Jingjie Jiang, Rehearsal presentation of master thesis to be defended in Ireland, Evaluation of cooperative devices in heterogeneous situations
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* June 13, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
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* June 13, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation, First Part (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
* June 14, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation, Second Part (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
* July 2, 15h-17h, B013, Jingjie Jiang, Rehearsal presentation in Ireland, Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes

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* May 31, 11h-12h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 2, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 4, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 5, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* July 7, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
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* June 13, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)

!!Experimentations of real-time editing constraints
* April 18, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 18, 11h30-13h, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* April 22, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: François CHAROY, Gérald OSTER)
* May 24, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 27, 11h-12h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 10h-11h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER)
* May 28, 14h-15h30, salle PO, Telecom Nancy (Investigators: Valerie SHALIN, Claudia IGNAT, Gérald OSTER
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* June 12, 10h-12h, B013, Jingjie Jiang, Master Thesis presentation, Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes
* June 13, 14h-17h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, How to present results of a user studies experimentation (Practical use case - Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes)
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* Visit of Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team in the period May 13 - June 21, 2013
* Visit of Meagan ALDRIDGE in the SCORE team in the period June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria Internship)

!!Talks

* June 19, 10h-12h, B013, Valerie SHALIN, Towards a Science of Human Centered Computation
* June 12, 10h-12h, B013, Jingjie Jiang, Master Thesis presentation, Evaluation de dispositifs coopératifs dans des situations hétérogènes
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Claudia-Lavinia IGNAT, Junior researcher (Chargée de recherche CR1 Inria), SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~ignatcla/, Principal investigator
François CHAROY, Senior professor, Université de Lorraine, leader of SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~charoy/
Gérald OSTER, Assistant professor, Université de Lorraine, SCORE team, [[http://www.loria.fr/~oster/]]
Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of
Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html
Meagan ALDRIDGE, PhD student, Wright State University, Department of Psychology
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* Claudia-Lavinia IGNAT, Junior researcher (Chargée de recherche CR1 Inria), SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~ignatcla/, Principal investigator
* François CHAROY, Senior professor, Université de Lorraine, leader of SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~charoy/
* Gérald OSTER, Assistant professor, Université de Lorraine, SCORE team, [[http://www.loria.fr/~oster/]]
* Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html
* Meagan ALDRIDGE, PhD student, Wright State University, Department of Psychology
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Claudia-Lavinia IGNAT, Junior researcher (Chargée de recherche CR1 Inria), SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~ignatcla/, Principal investigator
François CHAROY, Senior professor, Université de Lorraine, leader of SCORE team, http://www.loria.fr/~charoy/
Gérald OSTER, Assistant professor, Université de Lorraine, SCORE team, [[http://www.loria.fr/~oster/]]
Valerie SHALIN, Associate professor, Wright State University, Department of
Psychology, http://www.wright.edu/cosm/departments/psychology/faculty/shalin.html
Meagan ALDRIDGE, PhD student, Wright State University, Department of Psychology



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USCoast has as main objective the validation of trustworthy collaborative systems using experimental user studies. This type of validation requires the expertise of both computer scientists that designed the systems and social scientists for conceptualizing and measuring human behaviour in collaborative work. The project will focus on the real-time requirements and trust policies in collaborative editing, resulting in a theory for the effect of real-time constraints in collaborative editing and awareness management for the coordination of work in the presence of conflict and disruption
. The project includes also validation of proposed light security mechanisms for decentralised collaboration, based on posted measures of voluntary compliance with data sharing restrictions. We will develop new methods for the cost-effective evaluation of collaborative work to compensate for otherwise unrealistic sample sizes and costly engineering, using game theory to inspire task analogues and simulated users along with human users.

Participants