The second opportunity concerns how adaptive techniques may be applied once this information is attained. Because the system itself mediates all of the collaborators' interactions, the developer has the ability to qreach beyondq the software itself, and transform the collaborative process into one that is closer to a notional ideal. I call this adaptive mediation, and this approach represents a relatively novel application of adaptive technology. I will show that it is possible to use knowledge obtained by exploiting the first opportunity in order to transform a group's collaborative process as described.As in Vossa#39; work, Newman aamp; Marshall extended Toulmina#39;s scheme to support various means of chaining argument forms, and used the extended formalism to ... Rebuttals, they note, can be applied to the datum, backing, or warrant itself.
|Title||:||Adaptive Mediation in Groupware|
|Author||:||Joshua E. Introne|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|