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Study of efficiency of multi view system in multi-disciplinary collaboration task

Abstract : In this paper, we at first introduce the context of multi-disciplinary collaboration and the usage of multiple computer-human interfaces (chis) with domain specified software. Then we propose the co-located multi-view system with the technology of multi-representation, multi interaction and virtual reality. A study is investigated to evaluate the contribution to the proposed multi-view system in comparing with the traditional mono-view system during a multidisciplinary collaborative task. A multi-role collaborative application is developed to test the co-located collaboration with multiple representations in virtual reality environment. This collaborative application consists of a collaborative task which simulates industrial project review using multi-representation digital mock-up (dmu). The experiment is conducted with two persons under two different collaborative chi’s conditions: two mono-view systems and single multi-view system. The difference in term of verbal communication, contribution and efficiency of collaboration during the multidisciplinary collaborative task is analyzed to compare the two conditions.
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Bo Li, Hongyi Zhang, Ruding Lou. Study of efficiency of multi view system in multi-disciplinary collaboration task. Research and Science Today, Research and Science Today, 2017, pp.92-100. ⟨hal-01670323⟩



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