Adynamic voting wiki model
|Adynamic voting wiki model|
|Author(s)||White C., Plotnick L., Turoff M., Hiltz S.R.|
|Published in||Association for Information Systems - 13th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2007: Reaching New Heights|
|Keyword(s)||Communities of practice, Feedback, Leadership, Real-time, Social decision support system, Voting, Wiki (Extra: Communities of Practice, Leadership, Real-time, Voting, Wiki, Artificial intelligence, Feedback, Information systems, Virtual reality, Decision support systems)|
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Adynamic voting wiki model is a 2007 conference paper written in English by White C., Plotnick L., Turoff M., Hiltz S.R. and published in Association for Information Systems - 13th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2007: Reaching New Heights.
Defining a problem and understanding it syntactically as well as semantically enhances the decision process because the written agenda and solutions are understood on a token level. Consensus in groups can be challenging in present web based environments given the dynamics of types of interactions and needs. Larger virtual communities are beginning to use wiki based decision support systems for time critical interactions where the quality of the information is high and a near real time feedback system is necessary. Understanding the meaning of the problem and group consensus can be improved exploiting a voting enhanced wiki structure implemented into select parts of the decision making process. A decision support model integrating a wiki structure and a social decision support system (voting) is presented. Findings from a pilot study describe differences of idea generation between groups. Other issues are identified requiring further research.
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