Re: [unrev-II] Visual stimuli & IBIS methodology

From: Simon Buckingham Shum (
Date: Thu Nov 08 2001 - 02:24:25 PST

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    Re: [unrev-II] Visual stimuli & IBIS methodology

    At 2:39 PM -0800 11/6/01, Eric Armstrong wrote:
    Peter Jones wrote:

    > Actually, reading what you've just written Eric, I wonder whether the
    > D3E environment actually comes much closer to something that might be
    > an easier paradigm for untutored folks to get to grips with easily,
    > possibly with a Traction categorising interface applied.

    D3E? I don't recognize the acronym.

    D3E = Digital Document Discourse Environment:

    It doesn't yet support any of the advanced features to take threaded discussions the next step, as discussed on this list. But you might be interested to see a screenshot of how we use D3E to publish Mifflin dialogue maps on the web for asynchronous input. These maps are currently just imgs, not active in any way, but they serve as additional cues to the indented text outline view, for reconstructing what happened in a discussion:

    also, FYI a photo of a meeting room in KMi set up for meeting capture, in this case, for collaborative ontology development (left screen for browsing and editing ontologies) and issue/rationale capture in Mifflin (right screen):


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