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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%May-Jul'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, May 20, 2017 - July 7, 2017
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%May-Jul'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, May 20, 2017 - July 7, 2017
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The purpose of this visit was to establish the requirements for a crisis response situation management application, concerning trust, relevance and data prove- nance. A secondary purpose was to refine Béatrice Linot’s dissertation proposal.
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The purpose of this visit was to establish the requirements for a crisis response situation management application, concerning trust, relevance and data provenance. A secondary purpose was to refine Béatrice Linot’s dissertation proposal.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Oct'''2018'''%%'''Valerie Shalin, Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit to Nancy, October 7, 2018 - October 24, 2018
The purpose of this visit is data analysis of interview data pertaining to a crisis management scenario, and preparation of a journal submission that addresses design requirements for a crisis response situation management application
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The aim of the visit of Be &#769;atrice Linot at Wright State was the definition of the trust in the communication of information.
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The aim of the visit of Be &#769;atrice Linot at Wright State was the definition of the trust in the communication of information.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Jul'''2018'''%%'''François Charoy, Professor, Université de Lorraine'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Psychology & Knoesis, June 15, 2018 - July 29, 2018
The purpose of this visit was to establish the requirements for a crisis response situation management application, concerning trust, relevance and data prove- nance. A secondary purpose was to refine Béatrice Linot’s dissertation proposal
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%May-Jul'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, May 20, 2017 - July 7, 2017

During this visit, Professor Shalin worked with the Coast team on analysis of data collected during the experiments on the trust game.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Aug-Dec'''2017'''%%'''Béatrice Linot, PhD student, Université de Lorraine, Interpsy and Coast team'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Psychology & Knoesis, August 23, 2017 - December 15, 2017

The aim of the visit of Be &#769;atrice Linot at Wright State was the definition of the trust in the communication of information.
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Aug '''2015'''%%'''François Charoy'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 14 - August 24, 2015
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Aug '''2015'''%%'''François Charoy, Professor, Université de Lorraine'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 14 - August 24, 2015
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The goal of this visit was finalisation of analysis of data from the experiments on trust game and  the writing of a paper including all these results that was submitted at CHI 2017. Claudia gave in this period two talks on "Large scale trust based collaboration"
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The goal of this visit was finalisation of analysis of data from the experiments on trust game and  the writing of a paper including all these results that was submitted at CHI 2017. Claudia gave in this period two talks on "Large scale trust based collaboration", one in the Department of Psychology and the other in the Department of Computer Science & Knoesis (talk available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlrREBd6vZo). She attended the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program), the Human Research module on Social/Behavioral research.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Jul'''2016'''%%'''Gerald Oster, Associate professor, Université de Lorraine'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 23, 2016 - July 21, 2016

Gérald gave in this period a talk on "Distributed Real-time Collaborative Editing Systems" in the Department of Computer Science & Knoesis (talk available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT8MYJq_cck). He attended the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program), the Human Research module on Social/Behavioral research.
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Jul'''2016'''%%'''Claudia-Lavinia Ignat, Research scientist, Inria'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 23, 2016 - July 21, 2016

The goal of this visit was finalisation of analysis of data from the experiments on trust game and  the writing of a paper including all these results that was submitted at CHI 2017. Claudia gave in this period two talks on "Large scale trust based collaboration"
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During this part of the sabbatical, Professor Shalin worked with the SCORE team on new analyses on the sorting task, on the design of quantitative and qualitative measures for the note-taking task and on preliminary analyses for the nota-taking task. She also participated in the supervision of a master thesis on the trust-based collaboration.
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During this part of the sabbatical, Professor Shalin worked with the SCORE team on new analyses on the sorting task, on the design of quantitative and qualitative measures for the note-taking task and on preliminary analyses for the note-taking task. She also participated in the supervision of a master thesis on the trust-based collaboration.
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Sep'''2014'''%%'''Claudia-Lavinia Ignat, Research scientist, Inria'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, September 14 - September 25, 2014

The goal of this visit was to finalize the analyses of the note-taking task and draft a paper on the results. Design of the tasks of a user study for trust-based collaboration were discussed.
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Apr-July '''2014'''%%'''Olivia Fox, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, April 7 - July 6, 2014 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Apr-Jul '''2014'''%%'''Olivia Fox, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, April 7 - July 6, 2014 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Oct-Nov '''2013'''%%'''François Charoy'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 14 - August 24, 2015
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Aug '''2015'''%%'''François Charoy'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 14 - August 24, 2015
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%May-June '''2013'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Invited researcher at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, May 13 - June 21, 2013
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%May-Jun'''2013'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Invited researcher at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, May 13 - June 21, 2013
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%June-Oct '''2013'''%%'''Meagan ALDRIDGE, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Jun-Oct'''2013'''%%'''Meagan ALDRIDGE, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%April-July '''2014'''%%'''Olivia Fox, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, April 7 - July 6, 2014 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Apr-July '''2014'''%%'''Olivia Fox, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, April 7 - July 6, 2014 (Inria Internship)
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%October-November'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, October 10, 2015 - November 5, 2015
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Oct-Nov'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, October 10, 2015 - November 5, 2015
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The goal of this internship was statistical analyses on the sorting and note-taking tasks. The student also helped with extraction of needed measures from video analysis. Prof. Valerie Shalin supervised the statistical analysis conducted by the intern student.
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The goal of this internship was statistical analyses on the sorting and note-taking tasks. The student also helped with extraction of needed measures from video analysis. Prof. Valerie Shalin supervised the statistical analysis conducted by the intern student.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Oct-Nov '''2013'''%%'''François Charoy'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, June 14 - August 24, 2015

The goal of this visit was to settle up some collaboration in the domain of crisis management.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%October-November'''2015'''%%'''Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Visit at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the Coast team, October 10, 2015 - November 5, 2015

During this visit, Professor Shalin worked with the Coast team on analysing data from the experiments with users on the trust game
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The goal of this internship was statistical analyses on the sorting and note-taking tasks. The student also helped with extraction of needed measures from video analysis. Prof. Valerie Shalin supervised the statistical analyses.
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The goal of this internship was statistical analyses on the sorting and note-taking tasks. The student also helped with extraction of needed measures from video analysis. Prof. Valerie Shalin supervised the statistical analysis conducted by the intern student.
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During this part of the sabbatical, Professor Shalin will work with the SCORE team to place the three studies on delay within a theoretical framework that informs the design of collaborative systems by establishing the tolerance for delay and hence the requirements for computational efficiency.  We are working with two ideas in this regard.  One is that the effect of delay is likely a function of the task-time constant.  Second, the effect of delay may not be a linear decrement in performance, but potentially quadratic, thereby providing clear guidance for delay tolerance.  Professor Shalin will also work with the SCORE team to establish requirements and limits for trust-based collaboration, including the characteristics of the collaborative network. 
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During this part of the sabbatical, Professor Shalin worked with the SCORE team on new analyses on the sorting task, on the design of quantitative and qualitative measures for the note-taking task and on preliminary analyses for the nota-taking task. She also participated in the supervision of a master thesis on the trust-based collaboration.

*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%April-July '''2014'''%%'''Olivia Fox, Ph.D. student, Wright State University'''[[<<]]Intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, April 7 - July 6, 2014 (Inria Internship)

The goal of this internship was statistical analyses on the sorting and note-taking tasks. The student also helped with extraction of needed measures from video analysis. Prof. Valerie Shalin supervised the statistical analyses
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Prof. Valerie SHALIN began a 9 month sabbatical in collaboration with the SCORE team. Our goal was to develop an experimental design for testing SCORE's  trust-based collaboration model for a large community of users. To ground our findings in existing social science theory, we examined the game theory literature that spans cognitive science, psychology and economics.  Some of the questions we worked on were: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies? Our paradigm builds on game theory methods in three ways.  First, we developed a document sharing scenario to overlay on the well-established trust game.  Second, we accommodated the need for a large community of users by involving simulated users as well as human participants in the experiment.  Third, we added user attributes for reputation, as required in the SCORE model, in order to determine their effect on the decision to collaborate. 
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Prof. Valerie SHALIN began a 9 month sabbatical in collaboration with the SCORE team. Our goal was to develop an experimental design for testing SCORE's  trust-based collaboration model for a large community of users. To ground our findings in existing social science theory, we examined the game theory literature that spans cognitive science, psychology and economics.  Some of the questions we worked on were: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies? Our paradigm builds on game theory methods in three ways.  First, we adapted a well-established trust game that best suits to a trust-based collaboration.  Second, we accommodated the need for a large community of users by involving simulated users as well as human participants in the experiment.  Third, we added user attributes for reputation, as required in the SCORE model, in order to determine their effect on the decision to collaborate. 
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*%span class=date%Oct-Nov '''2013'''%%'''Luc André, Ph.D. student, Université de Lorraine'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, October 28 - November 1, 2013
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*%apply=list class=dates% %span class=date%Oct-Nov '''2013'''%%'''Luc André, Ph.D. student, Université de Lorraine'''[[<<]]Visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, October 28 - November 1, 2013
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones. Some of the questions we worked on are: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies? A literature review in the fields of cognitive science, psychology and economics has been done by both partners SCORE and Wright State University under the lead of Prof. Valerie Shalin.
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Prof. Valerie SHALIN began a 9 month sabbatical in collaboration with the SCORE team. Our goal was to develop an experimental design for testing SCORE's  trust-based collaboration model for a large community of users. To ground our findings in existing social science theory, we examined the game theory literature that spans cognitive science, psychology and economics.  Some of the questions we worked on were: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies? Our paradigm builds on game theory methods in three ways.  First, we developed a document sharing scenario to overlay on the well-established trust game.  Second, we accommodated the need for a large community of users by involving simulated users as well as human participants in the experiment.  Third, we added user attributes for reputation, as required in the SCORE model, in order to determine their effect on the decision to collaborate. 
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team is to work on defining a theory for influence of delay on  group performance in  real-time collaborative editing and the experimental evaluation of trust-based collaboration.
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During this part of the sabbatical, Professor Shalin will work with the SCORE team to place the three studies on delay within a theoretical framework that informs the design of collaborative systems by establishing the tolerance for delay and hence the requirements for computational efficiency.  We are working with two ideas in this regard.  One is that the effect of delay is likely a function of the task-time constant.  Second, the effect of delay may not be a linear decrement in performance, but potentially quadratic, thereby providing clear guidance for delay tolerance.  Professor Shalin will also work with the SCORE team to establish requirements and limits for trust-based collaboration, including the characteristics of the collaborative network.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay for the sorting task in collaborative editing in which groups of users had to locate the release dates of an alphabetized list of movies, and sort them accordingly. We computed quantitative and qualitative measures either by writing programs on the collected data or by analysing the videos registered during the experiments. Statistical analysis was applied on the computed measures. SCORE team provided the software for computing the necessary measures and together with the internship student analysed the videos. Statistical analysis was mainly provided by Wright State University expertise by the internship student  under the remote guidance of Prof. Valerie SHALIN.
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We focused on the effect of delay for the sorting task in collaborative editing. In this task groups of users had to locate the release dates of an alphabetized list of movies, and sort them accordingly.  We recovered quantitative performance measures from the sequence of behaviors within a group using several methods including time-series analyses, rank correlation and insertion sort. We quantified qualitative phenomena, such as the presence of user conflicts by reviewing the twenty videos registered during the experiments. The SCORE team provided the software for computing the quantitative measures and together with the internship student analysed the videos. Professor Shalin supervised statistical analysis conducted by the internship student. 
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing. The targeted questions are: is performance of the group reduced in the presence of delay? are user conflicts more frequent in the presence of delay? do users adapt to the delay? is group performance depending on the task? We designed and ran experiments with users and decided which measures to compute on collected data. Three main tasks were designed: a proofreading task, a sorting task and a note taking task. SCORE brought an expertise in designing the software for experiments and extracting the needed measures. Prof. Valerie SHALIN brought expertise in correctly designing the tasks of the experiment and ensuring the necessary ethical issues for data collection and applying various statistical models for collected data.
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We quantified the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing, necessary for demonstrating the value-added of SCORE collaborative editing algorithms designed to reduce delay. The specific questions were: does delay reduce group performance? are user conflicts more frequent in the presence of delay? do users adapt to the delay? is group performance depending on the task? To answer these questions, we designed and ran three different experimental tasks for twenty groups of four users each (proofreading, sorting and note taking) each with a different time-constant, and examined alternative methods for measuring group performance. SCORE specified the initial tasks and the critical experimental manipulation, designed the experimental software and ensured the collection of  performance measures. Our partner, Prof. Valerie SHALIN provided complementary expertise in experimental design such as the assignment of experimental delay conditions to participants, the collection of co-variates necessary for valid statistical analysis and adherence to policies for the ethical treatment of participants.
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team is to work on defining a theory for influence of delay on  group performance in  real-time collaborative editing and the experimental evaluation of trust-based collaboration.
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones. Some of the questions we worked on are: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies?
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones. Some of the questions we worked on are: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies? A literature review in the fields of cognitive science, psychology and economics has been done by both partners SCORE and Wright State University under the lead of Prof. Valerie Shalin.
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones.
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones. Some of the questions we worked on are: is there a game theory model that could reflect document sharing in collaborative editing? is there a game theory model that deals with user reputation? what task scenario can be proposed for experimental studies?
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The goal of this visit part of the sabbatical year of Prof. Valerie SHALIN in the SCORE team was to propose an experimental design for testing the trust-based collaboration model proposed in SCORE team. As the model has to be tested at a large scale we looked at adapting an existing game theory approach that best reflects the proposed collaboration model. The experimental design would involve real users as well as simulated ones.
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The goal of this visit was to present in the Computer Science Department at Wright State University the current work of SCORE team on massive collaborative editing with a focus on consistency maintenance for strings "Supporting adaptable granularity of changes for massive scale collaborative editing". Additionally, the aim was to exploit possible applications of this work for clouds and mobile phones and possible collaborations with the projects of KNOESIS http://www.knoesis.org/projects.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay for the sorting task in collaborative editing in which groups of users had to locate the release dates of an alphabetized list of movies, and sort them accordingly. We computed quantitative and qualitative measures either by writing programs on the collected data or by analysing the videos registered during the experiments. Statistical analysis was applied on the computed measures. SCORE team provided the software for computing the necessary measures and together with the internship student analysed the videos. Statistical analysis was mainly provided by Wright State University expertise by the internship student  under the remote guidance of Prof. valerie SHALIN.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay for the sorting task in collaborative editing in which groups of users had to locate the release dates of an alphabetized list of movies, and sort them accordingly. We computed quantitative and qualitative measures either by writing programs on the collected data or by analysing the videos registered during the experiments. Statistical analysis was applied on the computed measures. SCORE team provided the software for computing the necessary measures and together with the internship student analysed the videos. Statistical analysis was mainly provided by Wright State University expertise by the internship student  under the remote guidance of Prof. Valerie SHALIN.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay for the sorting task in collaborative editing in which groups of users had to locate the release dates of an alphabetized list of movies, and sort them accordingly. We computed quantitative and qualitative measures either by writing programs on the collected data or by analysing the videos registered during the experiments. Statistical analysis was applied on the computed measures. SCORE team provided the software for computing the necessary measures and together with the internship student analysed the videos. Statistical analysis was mainly provided by Wright State University expertise by the internship student  under the remote guidance of Prof. valerie SHALIN.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing. The targeted questions are: is performance of the group reduced in the presence of delay? are user conflicts more frequent in the presence of delay? do users adapt to the delay? is group performance depending on the task? We designed and ran experiments with users and decided which measures to compute on collected data. Three main tasks were designed: a proofreading task, a sorting task and a note taking task. SCORE brought an expertise in designing the software for experiments and extracting the needed measures. Prof. Valerie SHALIN brought expertise in correctly designing the tasks of the experiment and ensuring the necessary ethical issues for data collection and applying various statistical models for collected data.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing. The targeted questions are: is performance of the group reduced in the presence of delay? are user conflicts more frequent in the presence of delay? do users adapt to the delay? We designed and ran experiments with users and decided which measures to compute on collected data. Three main tasks were designed: a proofreading task,
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing. The targeted questions are: is performance of the group reduced in the presence of delay? are user conflicts more frequent in the presence of delay? do users adapt to the delay? We designed and ran experiments with users and decided which measures to compute on collected data. SCORE brought an expertise in designing the software for experiments and extracting the needed measures. Prof. Valerie SHALIN brought expertise in correctly designing the tasks of the experiment and ensuring the necessary ethical issues for data collection and applying various statistical models for collected data.
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We worked on analysing the effect of delay on user behaviour in real-time collaborative editing. We ran experiments with users and decided which measures to compute on collected data. SCORE brought an expertise in designing the software for experiments and extracting the needed measures. Prof. Valerie SHALIN brought expertise in correctly designing the tasks of the experiment and ensuring the necessary ethical issues for data collection and applying various statistical models for collected data.
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* Valerie SHALIN
, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University, invited researcher at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, May 13 - June 21, 2013
* Meagan ALDRIDGE, Ph.D. student
, Wright State University, intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria Internship)
* Luc André
, Ph.D. student, Université de Lorraine, visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, October 28 - November 1, 2013
* Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University, sabbatical year at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, October 2013 - May 2014
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Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University, invited researcher at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, May 13 - June 21, 2013
* Meagan ALDRIDGE, Ph.D. student, Wright State University, intern for Inria Nancy-Grand Est, SCORE team, June 10 - October 5, 2013 (Inria
Internship)
* Luc André, Ph.D. student, Université de Lorraine, visit to Wright State University, Department of Computer Science & Knoesis, October 28 - November 1, 2013
* Valerie SHALIN, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Wright State University, sabbatical year at Inria Nancy-Grand Est in the SCORE team, October 2013 - May 2014

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