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PSYCHNOLOGY
2007
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Extended Television: A Study of How Investigations of Use Can Inform Design Processes in Nursing Homes
This paper describes the shortcomings in the support that replaces the lost distributed cognition in older people who move to nursing homes and how artifacts can improve this by f...
Peter Abdelmassih Waller
IJHPCA
2002
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Semantic Information Fusion for Coordinated Signal Processing in Mobile Sensor Networks
Distributed cognition of dynamic processes is commonly observed in mobile groups of animates like schools of fish, hunting lions, or in human teams for sports or military maneuvers...
David Friedlander, Shashi Phoha
TVCG
2008
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Distributed Cognition as a Theoretical Framework for Information Visualization
Even though information visualization (InfoVis) research has matured in recent years, it is generally acknowledged that the field still lacks supporting, encompassing theories. In ...
Zhicheng Liu, Nancy J. Nersessian, John T. Stasko
AGI
2008
10 years 1 months ago
Participating in Cognition: The Interactive Search Optimization Algorithm
. We consider the Distributed Cognition paradigm as a framework for implementing artificial components of human cognition. We take email/internet search as a setting of distributed...
Nadav Abkasis, Israel Gottlieb, Eliraz Itzchaki
HICSS
2005
IEEE
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10 years 5 months ago
Knowledge Management and the Design of Distributed Cognition Systems
The society in which we live today is increasingly a knowledge society. Organizations are turning more and more to knowledge creation and management for the development of their c...
Sandra M. Richardson
HICSS
2005
IEEE
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A Soft Systems Analysis of Social Cognition In Boundary-Spanning Innovation
The term social cognition is used in the psychology and organizational literatures to denote many different manifestations of the mental representations and processes that underli...
Susan Gasson
CHI
2008
ACM
11 years 3 days ago
Collaborating to remember: a distributed cognition account of families coping with memory impairments
Individuals with cognitive deficits and their families are prime examples of collaborative "systems" that seek to perform everyday tasks together. Yet there has been lit...
Mike Wu, Jeremy P. Birnholtz, Brian Richards, Rona...
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