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# Collaborative Decision Making: Perspectives and Challenges by F. Ravat

By F. Ravat

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Context in the Collaborative Building of an Answer to a Question Patrick BREZILLON 1 LIP6, case 169, University Paris 6, France Abstract. We describe how contextual graphs allow the analysis of oral corpus from person-to-person collaboration. The goal was to build a task model that would be closer to the effective task(s) than the prescribed task. Such a “contextualized prescribed task” is possible, thanks to a formalism allowing a uniform representation of elements of decision and of contexts.

So, 3-b means Path 3: co-building of the answer, and b: answer required but at a too superficial level. The distribution of the type of answers across the 4 main paths is discussed in [7]. Interestingly, results show that when partners collaborated by co-building the answer (Path 3), they gave mostly the correct answer either at superficial level (b) or partial answer (d). When either Path 2 (elements of answers) or Path 4 (One-Way) has been used, no difference in the type of answers emerges. 4.

The aim of the DW project is to provide access to operational and financial data to improve services delivered, and patient and financial outcomes. Decision Support Activity Providing better information for contract negotiation with health care purchases in Discovery mode should allow managers to run scenarios for the future and understand the impact of bottom line and operations. Resource utilisation modelling in areas such as outpatient’s area, theatres and bed management. Utilising information derived at level 4 decision support activity, with trends and predictions for what changes are occurring within the health sector.