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Hypermedia Discourse

Conceptual foundations and practical tools at the nexus of Deliberation, Argumentation and Software

Our focus is on what we are finding to be a powerful and intruiging intersection: the meeting of Hypermedia and Discourse theory and technology. Our interests are both conceptual, and intensely practical: the co-evolution of digital tools and associated work practices for sensemaking.


15 Oct 2015

Kate Dungate


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Brown, M., Downie, A. and Buckingham Shum, S. (2012) Mapping the Matrix: Using Compendium as a Tool for Recording the Analytic Group, Group Analysis, 45, 1, pp. 99-115

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Buckingham Shum, S., Cannavacciuolo, L., De Liddo, A., Iandoli, L. and Quinto, I. (2011) Using Social network Analysis to Support Collective Decision-Making Process, International Journal of Decision Support System Technology, 3, 2, pp. 15-31, IGI Global

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De Liddo, A. and Buckingham Shum, S. (2010) Capturing and Representing Deliberation in Participatory Planning Practices, International Conference on Online Deliberation (OD2010), Leeds, UK

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Quinto, I., Buckingham Shum, S., De Liddo, A. and Iandoli, L. (2010) A Debate Dashboard to Enhance On-Line Knowledge Sharing, Proceedings 5th International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics (Intellectual Capital in a Complex Business Landscape), June 24-26, Matera, Italy

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Dr. Siān Lindley
Microsoft Research Cambridge

Actions and their Consequences: Implicit Interactions with Machine Learned Knowledge Bases

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