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TMM
2010
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Estimating Cohesion in Small Groups Using Audio-Visual Nonverbal Behavior
Abstract--Cohesiveness in teams is an essential part of ensuring the smooth running of task-oriented groups. Research in social psychology and management has shown that good cohesi...
Hayley Hung, Daniel Gatica-Perez
SCIENTOMETRICS
2010
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Academic team formation as evolving hypergraphs
This paper quantitatively explores the social and socio-semantic patterns of constitution of academic collaboration teams. To this end, we broadly underline two critical features ...
Carla Taramasco, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Camille Ro...
ORL
2010
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Constructing fair round robin tournaments with a minimum number of breaks
Given n clubs with two teams each, we show that, if n is even, it is possible to construct a schedule for a single round robin tournament satisfying the following properties: the ...
Pim van 't Hof, Gerhard F. Post, Dirk Briskorn
JASIS
2011
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Composition of scientific teams and publication productivity at a national science lab
The production of scientific knowledge has evolved from a process of inquiry largely based on the activities of individual scientists to one grounded in the collaborative efforts ...
Besiki Stvilia, Charles C. Hinnant, Katy Schindler...
CORR
2010
Springer
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Dynamics of Profit-Sharing Games
An important task in the analysis of multiagent systems is to understand how groups of selfish players can form coalitions, i.e., work together in teams. In this paper, we study t...
John Augustine, Ning Chen, Edith Elkind, Angelo Fa...
CSCW
2011
ACM
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Your time zone or mine?: a study of globally time zone-shifted collaboration
We conducted interviews with sixteen members of teams that worked across global time zone differences. Despite time zone differences of about eight hours, collaborators still foun...
John C. Tang, Chen Zhao, Xiang Cao, Kori Inkpen
CSCW
2011
ACM
8 years 1 months ago
Research team integration: what it is and why it matters
Science policy across the world emphasizes the desirability of research teams that can integrate diverse perspectives and expertise into new knowledge, methods, and products. Howe...
Aruna D. Balakrishnan, Sara B. Kiesler, Jonathon N...
CORR
2011
Springer
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Multi-skill Collaborative Teams based on Densest Subgraphs
We consider the problem of identifying a team of skilled individuals for collaboration, in the presence of a social network. Each node in the input social network may be an expert...
Amita Gajewar, Atish Das Sarma
CORR
2010
Springer
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8 years 3 months ago
Analysing the behaviour of robot teams through relational sequential pattern mining
This report outlines the use of a relational representation in a Multi-Agent domain to model the behaviour of the whole system. A desired property in this systems is the ability of...
Grazia Bombini, Raquel Ros, Stefano Ferilli, Ramon...
COMPSAC
2010
IEEE
8 years 3 months ago
Team Factors and Failure Processing Efficiency: An Exploratory Study of Closed and Open Source Software Development
Researchers in the field of software engineering economics have associated team factors, such as team size and team experience, with productivity and quality. Since distributed and...
Michael Grottke, Lars M. Karg, Arne Beckhaus
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