Collaborative Decision Making: Complementary Developments of a Model and an Architecture as a Tool Support

Collaborative Decision Making: Complementary Developments of a Model and an Architecture as a Tool Support

Marija Jankovic (Ecole Centrale Paris, France), Pascale Zaraté (Toulouse University, France), Jean-Claude Bocquet (Ecole Centrale Paris, France) and Julie Le Cardinal (Ecole Centrale Paris, France)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-965-1.ch314
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Abstract

Recent years we can hear a lot about cooperative decision-making, group or collaborative decision-making. These types of decisions are the consequences of developed working conditions: geographical dispersion, team working, and concurrent working. In the article we present two research works concerning two different collective decision situations: face-to-face decision-making and synchronous distributed decision-making. These two research studies adopt different approaches in order to support decision-making process, in view to different research objectives. Nevertheless, the conclusions show complementary aspect of these two studies.

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