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2018

Dennerlein Sebastian, Kowald Dominik, Lex Elisabeth, Ley Tobias, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria

Simulation-based Co-Creation of Algorithm

Workshop on Co-Creation in the Design, Development and Implementation of Technology-Enhanced Learning (CCTEL'2018, Springer, Leeds, England, 2018

Konferenz
Co-Creation methods for interactive computer systems design are by now widely accepted as part of the methodological repertoire in any software development process. As the communityis becoming more and more aware of the factthat software is driven by complex, artificially intelligent algorithms, the question arises what “co-creation of algorithms” in the sense of users ex-plicitly shaping the parameters of algorithms during co-creation, could mean, and how it would work. They are not tangible like featuresin a tool and desired effects are harder to be explained or understood. Therefore, we propose an it-erative simulation-based Co-Design approach that allows to Co-Create Algo-rithms together with the domain professionals by making their assumptions and effects observable. The proposal is a methodological idea for discussion within the EC-TEL community, yet to be applied in a research practice
2018

Dennerlein Sebastian, Mayr Melanie

med360 - Poster @ MEI 2018

2018

Konferenz
The number of scientific publications has rapidly increased over the last decades and still shows asteady growth. In addition, medical scientists and practitioners often have to deal with multiplesystems and databases for literature search. This results in information overload and professionalshardly being able to keep up to date with the latest scientific publications in their limited free time.We, therefore, founded a design team called ‘med360’ and developed a taylor-made web tool toprovide proactively literature in accordance to the interests of the user. Approximately five to eightpersons have been involved in the collaborative design of the med360-tool over a period of sixmonths from paper to software prototyping. For this purpose, workshops and interviews wereconducted with relevant stakeholders such as the domain professionals, developers and researchers.Instead of crawling through multiple systems like research gate, google scholar or publisher websites,our study indicates, that HC professionals require an easy-to-use tool. It must be in line with theirbusy work life and give access to literature in one place in reasonable extent. In consequence,med360 allows for a straight forward definition of the search scope by entering a few keywords andproviding a forecast of the expected number of papers per week. The identified literature ispresented in the well-adopted mailbox format on mobiles,tablets and personal computers frompredefined literature systems and databases.This way, med360 helps researcher to better cope with their workload: “With med360, I feel like Ican survive my work day”.
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