Changyan Chi

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Changyan Chi is an author.

Publications

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Integrating Twitter into Wiki to support informal awareness Twitter
Wiki
Cross-channel workspace
Informal awareness
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work English 2011 0 0
Integrating Twitter into wiki to support informal awareness Informal awareness
Twitter
Wiki
English 2011 In the current study, we explored Twitter as a useful and practical extension to a wiki-based collaborative work space. A two-week experiment and a survey study shed some light on the potential benefits of integrating Twitter, or other existing social networking tools with a formal collaborative work space in encouraging meta-data level communication and promoting informal awareness. Copyright 2011 ACM. 0 0
Using email to facilitate wiki-based coordinated, collaborative authoring Co-authoring
Collaboration
Coordination
Email
Wiki
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems English 2011 0 0
Using email to facilitate wiki-based, coordinated collaborative authoring Co-authoring
Collaboration
Coordination
Email
Wiki
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings English 2011 Dandelion is a wiki-based tool that supports coordinated, collaborative authoring. In this paper, we present an extended version of Dandelion, which provides an email interface for users to accomplish their tasks by email in a coordinated, collaborative authoring process. Specifically, Dandelion employs a semi-structured, template-based approach that allows users to use templates to specify their requests in email. These emailed requests can be interpreted by Dandelion and are then used to automatically drive the collaboration flow. As part of its actions, Dandelion automatically creates a wiki page and dynamically updates it to record co-authoring tasks and collate co-authored content. As a result, users can use their familiar tool (email) to accomplish their tasks in a co-authoring process, while leveraging a wiki for additional benefits (e.g., obtaining collaboration awareness and formatting the text). Our preliminary study with two groups of users shows the usefulness of both Dandelion email and wiki features and their impact on collaboration effectiveness. Copyright 2011 ACM. 0 0
Dandelion: supporting coordinated, collaborative authoring in Wikis Awareness
Collaborative authoring
Coordination
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems English 2010 0 1
On-line Collaborative Software Development via Wiki WikiSym English 2007 Wiki is a collaborative authoring system for collective intelligence which is quickly gaining popularity in content publication. In software development communities, especially open source and global software development teams, wiki is already widely used for documentation and coordination purpose but not programming purpose. This paper presents a new programming approach based on wiki technology by which developers are able to experience "writing wiki page is wring source code". Moreover, developers are able to compile, execute and debug programs in wiki pages too. A prototype of such on-line collaborative software development environment, Galaxy Wiki, is developed in this environment iteratively in order to prove the concept. 0 1