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Research-Driven Stakeholders in Cyberinfrastructure Use and Development Charlotte P. Lee, Matthew J. Bietz, & Alex Thayer
 

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Research-Driven Stakeholders in Cyberinfrastructure Use and Development
Charlotte P. Lee, Matthew J. Bietz, & Alex Thayer
University of Washington, USA
[cplee,mbietz,huevos]@uw.edu
Abstract
Research has shown that failing to recognize and
understand organizational subgroups, their cultures,
and their reward systems can result in a failure of
system adoption. Infrastructure building projects for
science are complex forms of collaborative work that
involve many subgroups. As part of an ongoing
research project, we use ethnographic methods to
explore the roles, categories, and relationships that
are sometimes taken for granted in cyberinfrastructure
research and development. We investigate the
difficulty of modeling stakeholders in the development
of research-driven, large-scale scientific research and
describe the importance of identifying stakeholders
according to research questions in addition to

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences