Presentation 2005/9/19
分散認知環境における集団課題達成 : Lumisight Tableを用いた迷路ゲーム実験(社会心理とコミュニケーション及び一般)
Masafumi MATSUDA, Mitsunori MATSUSHITA, Takeshi NAEMURA,
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Abstract(in English) This research reveals the factors important in designing a group support environment by focusing on a distributed cognitive environment where group members have different information. We find that closeness within a group enhances group performance when group members use a table-based CSCW environment. To confirm this, we conduct experiments that observe human behavior in a distributed cognitive environment. Participants play a maze game in which players with restricted and distributed information communicate with each other to catch a rapidly moving target. Group performance in two CSCW environments was compared : a normal LCD setup that prevented indirect communication and a tabletop display, Lumisight Table. Group performance was found to be higher with the tabletop display, and the performance advantage was reinforced by the closeness of the group members.
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Keyword(in English) Lumisight Table / distributed cognitive environment / group task / closeness / communication
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Keyword(1) Lumisight Table
Keyword(2) distributed cognitive environment
Keyword(3) group task
Keyword(4) closeness
Keyword(5) communication
1st Author's Name Masafumi MATSUDA
1st Author's Affiliation NTT Communication Science Labs.()
2nd Author's Name Mitsunori MATSUSHITA
2nd Author's Affiliation NTT Communication Science Labs.
3rd Author's Name Takeshi NAEMURA
3rd Author's Affiliation Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, the University of Tokyo
Date 2005/9/19
Paper # HCS2005-34
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 306
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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