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User Studies on Trustworthy Collaborative Systems

Inria Associate team USCoast (2013-2015) and USCoast2 (2016-2018)

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.

© Inria / Photo H. Raguet.

The project focuses on two substantive areas - real-time collaborative editing and trust-based collaboration-, with one overarching methodological contribution.

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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