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Investigations within investigations: a recursive framework for scalable sensemaking support
 

Summary: 1
Investigations within investigations: a recursive
framework for scalable sensemaking support
Simon Attfield
UCL Interaction Centre*
s.attfield@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Ann Blandford
UCL Interaction Centre*
a.blandford@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Stephen De Gabrielle
UCL Interaction Centre*
s.degabrielle@ucl.ac.uk
* University College London Interaction Centre, Remax House, 31/32 Alfred Place, London, WC1E 7DP
ABSTRACT
Using a case-study of a fraud investigation we show that a
major challenge in large-scale, collaborative sensemaking
arises from the simultaneous decomposition and integration
of elements of the task. Given the potential for sensemaking
systems to support users in addressing this challenge, we
analyse decomposition and integration within the case-

  

Source: Attfield, Simon - UCL Interaction Centre, University College London
Blandford, Ann - Department of Computer Science, University College London

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences