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Title: Update on Compendium


1
Simon Buckingham Shum David De Roure Marc
Eisenstadt Nigel Shadbolt Austin Tate AKT Town
Meeting, April 2003
2
CoAKTinG partners (AKT subset)
3
Access Grid node
4
Integrating multiple modes of collaboration
awareness ofcolleagues availability/ sense of
presence
virtual meetings
mapping real time discussions/ group sensemaking
recovering information from meetings
following through decisions/coordinating
activities
synthesising artifacts

5
Presence can be defined
awareness ofcolleagues availability/ sense of
presence
  • as an aggregated view of an objects
    dynamically changing attributesDr. R.
    Chakraborty (Versada Networks), JabberConf 2001
  • Availability (Im logged on for a
    videoconference)
  • Preference (Only my boss can interrupt me now)
  • Capability (My device can accept video calls)
  • Location (Im in Munich urgent calls only)

6
Massive/enriched presence
  • Crowds massive scale as asset rather than
    liability.
  • Presence visualisation stepping stone to
    scalability and enrichment of ways to convey
    presence.
  • Presence semantics can help us think about more
    powerful ways to convey presence.

7
BuddySpace Instant Messenger
  • Lightweight radar view
  • Pushed roster automatically constructed
  • Custom maps
  • Embeddable maps
  • Jabber XML open source architecture

8
BuddySpace Instant Messenging
  • Your contact list pushed out to automatically
  • Usual task/ geography based families of contacts
  • Jabber XML open source architecture

9
BuddySpace Instant Messenging
  • Custom maps
  • Embeddable maps
  • Lightweight radar view

10
BuddySpace Instant Messenging
  • Presence semantics

11
BuddySpace Instant Messenging
  • Conference room facilities
  • Voting
  • countdown to meeting start
  • group chat

12
BuddySpace future directions
  • Automatic maps GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, GSM
    cell triangulation, postcodes...
  • J2ME client (e.g. Nokia 7650)
  • Personal profiles interests, .plan,
    work/home/holiday locations
  • Matchmaking services
  • Zones of trust

13
Compendium seeing what you say
mapping real time discussions/ group sensemaking
  • Real time mapping of issues and ideas in meetings
  • Connecting ideas visually, by sets, metadata,
    and hypertextually
  • Free-form and template driven maps
  • Export from Word, and out to Web/XML
  • Interoperable via Jabber XML protocol

14
Compendium dialogue map
15
Integrating Compendium with other tools
16
Integrating Compendium with other tools
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Sending Compendium nodes to a Jabber IM client
18
Incoming text message to Compendium
19
I-X Process Panels
following through decisions/coordinating
activities
synthesising artifacts
  • The I-X tool suite supports mixed-initiative
    synthesis tasks
  • An environment for handling issues, performing
    activities, placing constraints, adding
    annotations, etc.
  • Well-founded based on a generic synthesis-task
    ontology ltI-N-C-Agt
  • Role of I-X in CoAKTinG
  • Meeting support coordinate environment start-up
    and shut-down activities issue handling and
    activity tracking during and after meeting.
  • Meeting-as-synthesis model synthesis task is
    to generate results, a plan of action and an
    agenda for the next meeting.

20
I-X Tools
Process Panel
Activity Editor
Domain Editor
Messenger
I-Space
21
I-X targets
  • To develop support for cycles of decision-making
    and activity-execution
  • To provide more powerful mechanisms for shared
    issue tracking and rationale capture.
  • Exploration of the complementary roles of
    Compendium and I-X.
  • To explore the presence-context-activity dynamic
  • To exploit information about agent capability and
    availability to populate the decision space.
  • To provide context-sensitive process management.
  • Exploration of the interaction of BuddySpace and
    I-Space.

22
I-X progress
  • Initial work focused on implementational and
    conceptual integration.
  • Implementational
  • Development of Jabber communication strategy.
  • Display of BuddySpace presence information.
  • Basic issue/activity-passing to Compendium.
  • Conceptual
  • Mapping to/from Compendium concepts.
  • Development of meeting-as-synthesis model.
  • Development of domain models for meeting support
    tasks.

23
Sending Compendium nodes to an I-X panel to
coordinate asynchronous activity
24
I-X future directions
  • Enrich exchange of concepts between I-X and
    Compendium
  • To develop and explore the complementary role of
    each in cycles of decision-making and
    activity-execution.
  • Enhance links between I-Space and BuddySpace
  • To move towards a heightened notion of the
    relationship between presence and activity.
  • Results of both tasks should feed into the
    development of a meeting ontology
  • To support deployment of the CoAKTinG support
    package in the various test-bed scenarios.

25
Semantic replay/browsing of meetings
virtual meetings
recovering information from meetings
  • Video stream
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How to integrate into a coherent meeting replay
user interface?
  • Speech event stream
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  • Jabber event stream
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  • Slide event stream
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  • Compendium event stream
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  • Application event stream
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26
Meeting replay goals
  • To enable replay of recorded and asynchronous
    meetings
  • Capture and playback of audio/video alongside
    other CoAKTinG tools, slides etc.
  • Ontological annotation of this material
  • Targeted video-conferencing platforms
  • Access Grid (multicast / mbone tools)
  • H.323 clients via MCU (e.g. Netmeeting)
  • Navigation using Process and Issue-based
    ontologies (via Compendium and I-X)
  • Builds on work from the HyStream project

27
Towards a meetings ontology
28
From disconnected meeting fragments (AKT PI
NetMeeting)
recovering information from meetings
29
towards integrated meeting replay/browsing
30
Compendium conceptual navigation of a meeting
record
31
Meeting replay future directions
  • Externalisation and consolidation of meeting
    ontology and data
  • Triple store
  • Issues supporting temporal, dynamic, and
    distributed, resources
  • Symbiosis with other ontologies and projects
  • Communities of Practice (Ontocopi)
  • Open Hypermedia linking agents (COHSE)
  • Informing meeting mark-up and personal presence
    using Smart Spaces
  • Pervasive knowledgeable devices
  • Physical meets digital

32
Resources
www.aktors.org/coakting
  • Software releases(all in Java, and
    Jabber-interoperable)
  • BuddySpace v2.1
  • Compendium v1.2.1
  • I-X Process Panels v2.4
  • Publications
  • WACE 2002 paper (see AKT papers)
  • Visualizing Argumentation book (Compendium/wicked
    problems/collaborative sensemaking)
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