Tag Archives: team composition

Flexible Social Workflows: Collaborations as Human Architecture

Dorn C., Taylor R.N., Dustdar S. (2012). Flexible Social Workflows: Collaborations as Human Architecture. IEEE Internet Computing, vol.16 no.2, pp.72-77, IEEE Computer Society, http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MIC.2012.33,

Abstract: Human process involvement has gained momentum in recent years, but the proposed mechanisms can’t efficiently adapt Web-scale collaborative workflows. Here, the authors describe collaborative problem solving and its integration with process-support systems as an architecture comprising human components and connectors. This modeling of coordination and execution roles enables reasoning on workflow flexibility and appropriate adaptation actions.

 

Interaction Mining and Skill-dependent Recommendations for Multi-objective Team Composition

Dorn C., Skopik F., Schall D., Dustdar S. (2011). Interaction Mining and Skill-dependent Recommendations for Multi-objective Team Composition, Data & Knowledge Engineering, Elsevier, doi:10.1016/j.datak.2011.06.004.
Wordle: DSSD-DKE

This journal article is related to the following conference publication:
Composing near-optimal expert teams: a trade-off between skills and connectivity [blog]

Composing near-optimal expert teams: a trade-off between skills and connectivity

Dorn C., Dustdar S. (2010). Composing near-optimal expert teams: a trade-off between skills and connectivity. 18th International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS 2010), 27-29 October, Crete, Greece, Springer. (19.6% acceptance rate)
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This conference paper is related to the following journal article: Interaction Mining and Skill-dependent Recommendations for Multi-objective Team Composition [blog]