Synthetic Evidential Study as Augmented Collective Thought Process -- Preliminary Report

Abstract : Synthetic evidential study (SES) is a novel approach to understanding and augmenting collective thought process through substantiation by interactive media. It consists of a role-play game by participants, projecting the resulting play into a shared virtual space, critical discussions with mediated role-play, and componentization for reuse. We present the conceptual framework of SES, initial findings from a SES workshop, supporting technologies for SES, potential appli- cations of SES, and future challenges
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Nishida Toyoaki, Abe Masakazu, Ookaki Takashi, Lala Divesh, Sutasinee Thovuttikul, et al.. Synthetic Evidential Study as Augmented Collective Thought Process -- Preliminary Report. ACIIDS, Mar 2015, Bali, France. ⟨hal-01099742⟩

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