Reflective Systems

Systems aimed at user reflection upon her traces, with traces data visualization.

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    ADVENE: Annotate Digital Video, Exchange on the NEt

    Document Engineering Hypervideos Interpretation Systems Reflective Systems Video Annotations

    Project on video annotations, hypervideos, concept, models and tools for video active reading. The Open-Source Advene software runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. It features the Cinelab / Advene2 model for Hypervideo description and Exchange. A lot of information can be found on the website.

    Details

    Partners: Numerous
    Funding: at first no funding (2003-2007), then Cinelab project on film annotations (ANR RIAM, 2007-2008, with LIRIS, IRI Centre Pompidou, Forum des Images, Antenna Audio), then Bertrand Richard PhD thesis, and other projects (notably Cinecast on Film Digital Libraries).
    Beginning: 2002-10-01
    End: false
    Website: http://advene.org

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    • Advene as a Tailorable Hypervideo Authoring Tool: a Case Study (2012) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié, Daniel Schmitt. in ACM Symposium on Document Engineering, Paris, sept 2012, pp. 79-82 . doi Show abstract
    • Interacting with Annotated Videos (2009) Yannick Prié. in In Workshop Interacting with temporal data at CHI 2009. Boston, MA, April 2009. 4pp. Show abstract
    • Canonical processes in active reading and hypervideo production (2008) Olivier Aubert, Pierre-Antoine Champin, Yannick Prié, Bertrand Richard. in Multimedia Systems Journal, Special Issue on Canonical Processes of Media Production. 14(6):427-433, 2008 doi Show abstract
    • Towards a unified model for audiovisual active reading (2008) Bertrand Richard, Yannick Prié, Sylvie Calabretto. in Tenth IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia, Berkeley, CA, USA, dec 2008. [AR:24%] doi Show abstract
    • Advene, une plate-forme ouverte pour la construction d'hypervidéos (2008) Olivier Aubert, Pierre-Antoine Champin, Yannick Prié. in Ludovia 2008, Ax-les-Thermes, aug 2008, 10 pp. Show abstract
    • Informatique et analyse filmique : indécidabilité et contagion sémiotique dans Epidemic de Lars von Trier (2007) Yannick Prié, Ilias Yocaris. in Semio 2007, 8pp. Show abstract
    • Models for sustaining emergence of practices for hypervideo (2007) Pierre-Antoine Champin, Yannick Prié. in International Workshop On Semantically Aware Document Processing And Indexing (SADPI'07), May 2007, 10pp. Show abstract
    • Annotations de documents audiovisuels - Temporalisation et spatialisation (2007) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in Atelier Interfaces pour l'annotation et la manipulation d'objets temporels : une comparaison des outils et des paradigmes dans le domaine musical et cinématographique, nov 2007, Paris. Show abstract
    • Lecture active de documents audiovisuels : organisation de connaissances personnelles par la structuration d'annotations (2007) Bertrand Richard, Yannick Prié, Sylvie Calabretto. in Ingénierie des Connaissances 2007, Grenoble, July 2007, 12 pp. Show abstract
    • Advene: an open-source framework for integrating and visualising audiovisual metadata (2007) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in Open Source Competition: Technical presentation and overview paper, Proc. of ACM Multimedia Conference, Augsburg, sept. 2007, pp. 1005-1008. doi Show abstract
    • Des vidéos aux hypervidéos : vers d'autres interactions avec les médias audiovisuels (2006) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in Technique et science informatique, Vol 25, num 4, 2006, pp. 409-436, 2006. doi Show abstract
    • Integration of Semantic Web Technology in an Annotation-based Hypervideo System (2006) Olivier Aubert, Pierre-Antoine Champin and Yannick Prié. in SWAMM 2006, 1st International Workshop on Semantic Web Annotations for Multimedia, Held as part of the 15th World Wide Web Conference, May 2006, 12 pp. Show abstract
    • Des hypervidéos pour créer et échanger des analyses de documents audiovisuels (2005) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in H2PTM 2005, Créer, jouer, échanger : expériences de réseaux, nov. 2005, Paris, 10 pp. Show abstract
    • Advene: Active Reading through Hypervideos (2005) Olivier Aubert and Yannick Prié. in ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia 05, 2005, Salzburg, Austria, pp. 235-244. [AR:36%] doi Show abstract
    • Documents audiovisuels instrumentés. Temporalités et détemporalisations dans les hypervidéos (2004) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in Document numérique, numéro spécial : Temps et document, vol. 8, num. 4, pp.143-168, 2004. doi Show abstract
    • From video information retrieval to hypervideo management (2004) Olivier Aubert, Yannick Prié. in International Workshop on Multidisciplinary Image, Video, and Audio Retrieval and Mining. Sherbrooke-Canada, October 25-26 2004 Show abstract
    • Instrumentation de documents audiovisuels : temporalisations et détemporalisation dans le projet Advene (2003) Olivier Aubert, Pierre-Antoine Champin, Yannick Prié. in Workshop "Temps et documents numériques", Nov 2003, Grenoble, France. 2003 Show abstract

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    Please use ACM Hypertext 2005 reference as main citation.

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    eFIL: e-Feedback for interactive Lecture

    Data Visualization Learning Analytics Reflective Systems Technology-Enhanced Learning

    The project aims at experimenting in lab / classroom the usage of a handwritten note-taking tablet application, that also allows the creation of pedagogical activities (quiz, whiteboards). We want to study the impact of technology instrumentation on active learning methods, and the usage of activity traces for analysis and production of synchronous and post-hoc activity visualisation dashboards, mainly targeted at teachers.

    Details

    Partners: LS2N, IntuiDoc, LP3C
    Funding: Cominlabs Labex
    Beginning: 2017-10-01
    End: 2019-12-31
    Website: https://efil.cominlabs.u-bretagneloire.fr/fr

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    EPISTEME: Transdisciplinary epistemology of digital technologies

    Data Visualization Digital Instruments Interpretation Systems Reflective Systems Trace-based Activity Analysis

    Work on data analysis of astrophysical research activity, producing datavisualizations that highligh different processes related to observations, the organization of working groups, as well as the software "black boxes".

    Details

    Partners: IRI Centre Pompidou, LINA, LIRIS, CHS Paris 1, CEA Irfu, France Televisions, Mediapart
    Funding: French National Research Agency (ANR)
    Beginning: 2014-10-01
    End: 2018-02-28
    Website: https://projet-episteme.org/

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    The aim of this transdisciplinary program EPISTEME is first to identify the most characteristic aspects of the transformation of two chosen disciplines (astrophysics, history) in their relations to their objects under the effect of digital formalization. The other goal is to design instruments for the scientific communities of peers that allow contributive categorization, to support debates and controversies, based on the concept of transindividuation, and to articulate bottom-up -stemming from individual research activities- and top down processes -more or less local, laboratory-, school- or discipline-wide certification processes from peer community debates.

    We developed the Herschel Mission Explorer. We are currently working on a second version that will feature a general design overhaul.

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    ITHACA: Interative Trace for Human Awareness in Collaborative Annotation

    Reflective Systems Technology-Enhanced Learning Trace-based Systems Video Annotations

    In this project carried with education scientists, we explored the use of traces in synchronous videoconference-based communication, mainly in the context of language teaching. We built two versions of the Visu tool, that was used in multiple settings..

    Details

    Partners: LIRIS, Lyon 2 University, ICAR Laoratory, TECFA Geneva
    Funding: French National Research Agency (ANR)
    Beginning: 2008-10-01
    End: 2011-12-31
    Website: https://projet.liris.cnrs.fr/ithaca/

    Related publications

    • Reflection-in-Action Markers for Reflection-on-Action in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Settings (2015) Elise Lavoué, Gaëlle Molinari, Yannick Prié, Safè Khezami. in Computers & Education, Volume 88, October 2015, Pages 129–142. doi Show abstract
    • How do Students Use Socio-Emotional Markers for Self-Reflection on their Group Work in CSCL Settings? A Study with Visu: a Synchronous and Delayed Reflection Tool (2013) Elise Lavoué, Gaëlle Molinari, Safè Khezamy, Yannick Prié. in 10th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Madison, USA, 2013 [AR:39%] Show abstract
    • The Visu Reflection Tool for Socio-Emotional Awareness in CSCL situations (2013) Elise Lavoué, Safè Khezami, Gaëlle Molinari, Yannick Prié. in Workshop on Tools and Technologies for Emotion Awareness in Computer-Mediated Collaboration and Learning. Alpine Rendez-Vous (ARV) 2013, Villars-de-Lans, Jan 2013. Show abstract
    • Managing written and oral negative feedback in a synchronous online teaching situation (2012) Nicolas Guichon, Mireille Bétrancourt, Yannick Prié. in Computer-Assisted Language Learning, 25(2):181-197, 2012. doi Show abstract
    • Assessing the use of a Trace-Based Synchronous Tool for distant language tutoring (2011) Mireille Bétrancourt, Nicolas Guichon, Yannick Prié. in 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Hong Kong. pp 486-493. Jul 2011. [AR:36%] Show abstract

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    Redoc: Activity traces redocumentation

    Document Engineering Knowledge Engineering Reflective Systems Trace-based Systems

    The redocumentation process of computer-mediated activity is as a narrative construction that ties together contents of activity traces and users’ knowledge of their own activities within exchangeable documents. We built a system for redocumenting the traces of exploring a 19th century newspaper digital library.

    Details

    Partners: LIRIS
    Funding: University of Constantine
    Beginning: 2008-10-01
    End: 2012-10-à1

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    • Du traçage de l’activité informatique à sa redocumentation en texte (2013) Leila Yahiaoui, Yannick Prié, Zizette Boufaïda. in Technique et science informatique, n°1/2013 pp. 7-40, 2013. doi Show abstract
    • Redocumenting computer mediated activity from its traces: a model-based approach for narrative construction (2012) Leila Yahiaoui, Yannick Prié, Zizette Boufaïda, Pierre-Antoine Champin. in Journal of Digital Information, vol. 12. n°3. 2011. Show abstract
    • Un outil générique pour la redocumentation en texte d'une activité médiée informatiquement (2010) Leila Yahiaoui, Zizette Boufaïda, Yannick Prié. in 1ére conférence Maghrébine sur l'Extraction et la Gestion des Connaissances (EGC-M 2010), Alger, Algérie. pp. 73-84. 2010. Show abstract
    • The redocumentation process of computer mediated activity traces: A general framework (2009) Leila Yahiaoui, Yannick Prié, Zizette Boufaïda. in 20th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia (HT 2009), Torini, Italy, pp. 363-364, jul 2009 (Poster) Show abstract
    • Redocumentation des traces d'activité médiée informatiquement dans le cadre des transactions communicationnelles (2008) Leila Yahiaoui, Yannick Prié, Zizette Boufaïda. in 19es Journées Francophones d'Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC 2008), Nancy, France. pp.197-209, Jun 2008 Show abstract

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    PhD thesis of Leila Yahiaoui, between University of Lyon and University of Constantine, Algeria.

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