To develop knowledge management techniques for groupware and CSCW systems.
Funding for this research was received from the following sources:
- National Science Foundation (#IIS-9800696), "An Intelligent CSCW Workbench: Analysis, Visualization and Agents." 8/15/98-7/31/02, $273,000.
- University of Illinois/sub-NSF (IRI 94-11318COOP), "Building the Interspace: Digital Library Infrastructure for a University Engineering Community." 9/1/94-8/31/99, $678,041.
- University of Illinois/sub-DARPA (N6601-97-C-8535). "The Interspace Prototype: An Analysis Environment based on Scalable Semantics." 7/1/97-6/30/00, $1,078,991.
We wish to acknowledge the contributions of the following institutions and individuals:
- Center for the Management of Information (CMI) and Dr. Jay Nunamaker for their support and the use of the GroupSystems session outputs.
- 200 raw Group Systems (GS) electronic meeting comments.
- Automatic Indexing-stop wording and algorithmic index phrase formation
- Concept Space-index phrase co-occurrence information is used to generate an automatic thesaurus for search term suggestion.
- Kohonen Self-Organization Map (SOM) Algorithms-1-D, 2-D, 3-D (VRML) displays for information categorization and visualization.
- Multi-dimensional Scaling-an alternative method to the Kohonen SOM providing information categorization and visualization in 1-D, 2-D, 3-D (VRML) displays.
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|Dr. Jay Nunamaker|
- R. Orwig, H. Chen, D. Vogel, and J. F. Nunamaker. "A Multi-Agent View of Strategic Planning Using Group Support Systems and Artificial Intelligence," Group Decision and Negotiation, Volume 5, Pages 37-59, 1996.
- R. E. Orwig, H. Chen, and J. F. Nunamaker. "A Graphical, Self-Organizing Approach to Classifying Electronic Meeting Output," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, Volume 48, Number 2, Pages 157-170, February 1997.
- H. Chen, O. Titkova, R. Orwig, and J. F. Nunamaker. "Information Visualization for Collaborative Computing," IEEE Computer, Volume 31, Number 8, Pages 75-82, August, 1998.
- C. Lin, H. Chen and J.F. Nunamaker. "Verifying the Proximity Hypothesis for Self-organizing Maps," in the Proceedings of the 32nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Jan. 1999.
- N. C. Romano, C. Bauer, H. Chen and J. F. Nunamaker. "Quantifying Qualitative Data for Electronic Commerce Attitude Assessment and Visualization," Journal of Management Information Systems, 2000.