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Brown, Marion, Downie, Andrew, Buckingham Shum, Simon, Mapping the matrix: using compendium as a tool for recording the analytic group
De Liddo, Anna, Sándor, Ágnes, Buckingham Shum, Simon, Contested Collective Intelligence: rationale, technologies, and a human-machine annotation study
Buckingham Shum, Simon, Cannavacciuolo, Lorella, De Liddo, Anna, Iandoli, Luca, Quinto, Ivana, Using social network analysis to support collective decision-making process
De Liddo, Anna, Buckingham Shum, Simon, Capturing and representing deliberation in participatory planning practices
Quinto, Ivana, Buckingham Shum, Simon, De Liddo, Anna, Iandoli, Luca, A debate dashboard to enhance on-line knowledge sharing