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Collaborative Business Process Modeling On Interactive Tabletops

Döweling, Sebastian and Tahiri, Tarik and Schmidt, Benedikt and Nolte, Alexander and Khalilbeigi, Mohammadreza (2013):
Collaborative Business Process Modeling On Interactive Tabletops.
In: ECIS '13: European Conference on Information Systems, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Recent research has established that successful collaborative modeling requires a more active role of domain experts in the modeling process. Yet, tool support for this endeavor is still lacking. Large touchscreens could serve as a platform for easy-to-use modeling tools that address this problem. However, these devices pose new challenges for interaction design – in particular because of parallel multi-user interaction. In this paper, we present coBPM, a system for collaborative modeling on large touchscreens, and four multi-user interaction techniques that we coherently integrated into it. Using a set of typical modeling tasks, we provide a first evaluation of their effects on working styles, ease of use, teamwork- and output quality. We conclude with a summary of our findings on involving non-expert modelers in actual modeling, and design implications for collaborative modeling tools.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2013
Creators: Döweling, Sebastian and Tahiri, Tarik and Schmidt, Benedikt and Nolte, Alexander and Khalilbeigi, Mohammadreza
Title: Collaborative Business Process Modeling On Interactive Tabletops
Language: German
Abstract:

Recent research has established that successful collaborative modeling requires a more active role of domain experts in the modeling process. Yet, tool support for this endeavor is still lacking. Large touchscreens could serve as a platform for easy-to-use modeling tools that address this problem. However, these devices pose new challenges for interaction design – in particular because of parallel multi-user interaction. In this paper, we present coBPM, a system for collaborative modeling on large touchscreens, and four multi-user interaction techniques that we coherently integrated into it. Using a set of typical modeling tasks, we provide a first evaluation of their effects on working styles, ease of use, teamwork- and output quality. We conclude with a summary of our findings on involving non-expert modelers in actual modeling, and design implications for collaborative modeling tools.

Title of Book: ECIS '13: European Conference on Information Systems
Uncontrolled Keywords: - TI - Area Tangible Interaction;- TI: Interactive Surfaces
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: TUD-CS-2013-0073
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