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  author = {Halil I. Erhan and David Botta and Andy T. Huang and Robert
                   F. Woodbury},
  title = {Peripheral Tools to Support Collaboration: Probing to
                   Design Collaboration Through Role-Playing},
  key = {Erhan},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 18$^{th}$ International Conference of
                   the Association of Computer-Aided Architectural Design in
                   Asia {(CAADRIA)} 2013},
  month = {May},
  year = 2013,
  pages = {241-250},
  abstrat = {Peripheral devices like smart phones offer an opportunity to lower the barrier to spontaneous collection and sharing of information during distributed collaboration. We have completed development of guidelines and a framework that focuses on peripheral devices in collaboration. In order to explore the design space generated by our principles, we conducted a role-playing experiment about commissioning a building, in which an “on-site” team and a “design” team were expected to find and resolve discrepancies between requirements, design documents, and the actual site. The teams were given Styrofoam panels to act as pretend smart peripherals to invoke play and help probe the design space. We found that “reflection on action” (debriefing and subsequent brainstorming) was fruitful for ideation and theorem building about interaction, but “reflection in action” failed.  Yet, reflection in action, particularly with such probes, is important to capture the “mechanics of collaboration”. Therefore, we are considering adapting improvisational theatre to our study of distributed collaboration.}
  author = {Halil Erhan and Andy Huang and Robert Woodbury},
  title = {{D}i{N}a Framework And Prototype To Support Collaboration In The Wild},
  key = {Erhan},
  booktitle = {CAADRIA 2014, The 19th International Conference of the
                   Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design
                   Research in Asia.},
  year = {2014},
  pages = {471-480},
  abstract = {Much of the available collaboration support tools focus on
                   sharing of documents and managing projects that require
                   planned activities. These tools fall short in meeting
                   principle of least effort or taking into account of the
                   reality of complex work patterns. We propose DiNa framework
                   and system architecture for a topic centric as opposed to
                   document-centric collaboration system using readily
                   available devices. DiNa aims to complement existing
                   approaches. Our primary goal is to seek answers for how
                   these devices can better support collaboration without
                   overloading the workflow. After a literature re-view and
                   role-playing exercises, the prototypes we developed
                   demon-strate new interaction techniques for defining topics
                   and address them in collaborators’ own terms. It uses
                   different visualizations of the arte-facts and their
                   association with the topics, among which is a scalable
                   timeline interface accessible from different platforms, to
                   make the ar-tefacts collected more meaningful in a given
                   context. In this paper we present our recent prototype as a
                   proof-of-concept and its initial eval-uations followed by
                   the lessons learnt from our studies on supporting
                   collaboration in the wild. The evaluation outcome is
                   suggestions for improving DiNa-based systems for effective
  author = {Andy T. Huang and Halil Erhan and Robert
                   Woodbury and Diliara Nasirova and Karine Kozlova and David Botta},
  title = {Collaboration Workflow Simplified: Reduction of Device
                   Overhead for Integrated Design Collaboration},
  key = {Huang},
  booktitle = {CAADFutures 2011},
  pages = {591-601},
  year = 2011,
  month = {July}
  author = {Vinu Subashini Rajus and Robert Woodbury and Halil Erhan
                   and Bernhard Riecke and Volker Mueller},
  title = {Collaboration in Parametric Design: Analyzing User
                   Interaction during Information Sharing},
  key = {Rajus},
  booktitle = {ACADIA 10: LIFE in:formation, On Responsive Information and
                   Variations in Architecture},
  pages = {320-326},
  year = 2010,
  address = {New York, NY},
  month = {21-24 October},
  publisher = {Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture}

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