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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Interacting With Dynamic Social Knowledge: Revealing Challenges Through An Analysis Of Pragmatic Aspects Of Problem Solving|
Dos Reis J.C.
|Abstract:||In the Social Web users interact with each other in multiple contexts expressing meanings and intentions. Knowledge production in this context can be understood as a dynamic socio-cultural process. Mechanisms that support users to explore this knowledge in an effective and efficient way may bring benefits from a personal and social perspective. However, the construction of these interaction mechanisms is dependent on new models and techniques to dynamically represent and visualize the shared knowledge. The interpretation of the content by users is influenced by meanings and intentions, as well as by the understanding of the evolution of these aspects over time. This paper analyses the evolution of meaning and intentions in collaborative problem solving scenarios using Social Network Systems. The analysis method has its roots in Semiotics and Speech Act Theory. Results indicate research challenges for new interaction possibilities by representing the evolution of the pragmatic aspects and their relations with the semantic ones. To address these open research problems we present a preliminary conceptual framework for multidisciplinary research in three interconnected perspectives: interactive, conceptual and technical.|
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