Eleni Stroulia

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Eleni Stroulia is an author.

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Communities, artifacts, interaction and contribution on the web Computer-supported collaboration
Social network
Virtual worlds
Web-based collaborative platforms
Wiki
Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2013 Today, most of us are members of multiple online communities, in the context of which we engage in a multitude of personal and professional activities. These communities are supported by different web-based platforms and enable different types of collaborative interactions. Through our experience with the development of and experimentation with three different such platforms in support of collaborative communities, we recognized a few core research problems relevant across all such tools, and we developed SociQL, a language, and a corresponding software framework, to study them. 0 0
WikiDev 2.0: Facilitating software development teams Clustering
Collaborative software devlopment
Integrated environments
System analysis
Wiki-based platforms
Proceedings of the European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, CSMR English 2011 Software development is fundamentally a collaborative task. Developers, sometimes geographically distributed, collectively work on different parts of a project. The challenge of ensuring that their contributions consistently build on one another is a major concern for collaborative development and implies concerns with effective communication, task administration and exchange of documents and information concerning the project. In this demo, we present WikiDev 2.0, a lightweight wiki-based tool suite that enhances collaboration within software development teams. WikiDev 2.0 integrates information from multiple development tools and displays the results through its wikibased front-end. The tool also offers several analysis techniques and visualizations that improve the project-status awareness of the team. 0 0
Annoki: A MediaWiki-based collaboration platform Access control
Collaboration
Contribution analysis
MediaWiki extensions
Team management
Web 2.0
Wiki
Proceedings - International Conference on Software Engineering English 2010 Communication plays a vital role throughout all the activities of software engineering processes. As Web 2.0 paradigms concentrate on communication, collaboration, and information sharing, it is only natural that these applications should become part of the software engineering toolkit. In this paper, we describe Annoki, our collaboration platform built on top of the popular wiki software MediaWiki. Annoki supports collaboration by improving the organization of, managing access to, assisting in the creation of, and graphically displaying information about content stored on the wiki. We follow our description of Annoki with a discussion of the current users of Annoki, the largest of whom is the Software Engineering Research Lab at the University of Alberta, where it is used to manage research and development software engineering activities on a daily basis. 0 0
Recognizing contributions in wikis: Authorship categories, algorithms, and visualizations Algorithms
Author productivity
Editing
Electronic visualization
Wiki
J. Am. Soc. Inf. Sci. Technol. English 2010 0 1
The ViskiMap toolkit: Extending mediawiki with topic maps Intelligent information and knowledge management systems
Intelligent visualization tools
Novel E-learning interfaces and interactions
Web-based education software
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing English 2008 In this paper, we present our ViskiMap systems, ENWiC (EduNuggets Wiki Crawler) and Annoki (Annotation wiki), for intelligent visualization of Wikis. In recent years, e-Learning has emerged as an appealing extension to traditional teaching. To some extent, the appeal of e-Learning derives from the great potential of information and knowledge sharing on the web, which has become a de-facto library to be used by students and instructors for educational purposes. Wiki's collaborative authoring nature makes it a very attractive tool to use for e-Learning purposes. Unfortunately, the web's text-based navigational structure becomes insufficient as the Wiki grows in size, and this backlash can hinder students from taking full advantage of the information available. The objective behind ViskiMap is to provide students with an intelligent interface for navigating Wikis and other similar large-scale websites. ViskiMap makes use of graphic organizers to visualize the relationships between content pages, so that students can easily get an understanding of the content elements and their relations, as they navigate through the Wiki pages. We describe ViskiMap's automated visualization process, and its user interfaces for students to view and navigate the Wiki in a meaningful manner, and for instructors to further enhance the visualization. We also discuss our usability study for evaluating the effectiveness of ENWiC as a Wiki Interface. 0 0