Publications de Damien CLAUZEL sur le projet AtGentive

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Les entrées sont par ordre antichronologique.

Remarque sur le contenu : Ce que je considère comme ma liste de publications diffère un peu de celles de chercheurs « purs ». En effet, comme j'ai réalisé plusieurs aller-retours entre le privé et le public (mais toujours sur des questions de recherche, d'étude ou de veille) mes travaux sont hétéroclites. Ma liste de publications contient donc des supports visuels de présentation, des rapports de projets, des supports de cours ou encore des posters en plus des plus traditionnels articles dans des revues et conférences internationales.

[AtGentive-D4.4]
Damien Clauzel, Joona Laukkanen, Claudia Roda, and Ayshe Ulgen. Deliverable 4.4: Final Evaluation Report. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, December 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP.
@techreport{AtGentive-D4.4,
  title = {{Deliverable 4.4: Final Evaluation Report}},
  editor = {Rudman, Paul and Zajicek, Mary},
  year = {2007},
  month = dec,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Laukkanen, Joona and Roda, Claudia and Ulgen, Ayshe},
  school = {Oxford Brookes University},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP},
  url = {http://Damien.Clauzel.eu/Publications/Documents/AtGentive/atgentive-D4.4 Final Evaluation Report and Appendixes.pdf},
  abstract = {This document describes the summative and strategic evaluations for the AtGentive project. The project consists of the development of attention-aware versions of the Ontdeknet eLearning platform for children aged 8-15 (to produce AtGentSchool) and INSEAD’s collaborative learning platform for adults (to produce AtGentNet).
Summative evaluation began with usability testing of the software, using expert conducted heuristic evaluations, to ensure a suitable level of usability. The purpose of using heuristics as a software evaluation tool is to validate the software as being to appropriate usability standards separate to its effects on the users. The primary phase of summative evaluation comprises an extended period of direct user testing. AtGentSchool was tested over a six week period by classes in five schools in the Czech Republic (one or two classes per school). The AtGentSchool platform creates virtual learning relationships between subject experts and students, and provides guidance to support individuals to learn together based upon common interests.
AtGentNet was tested over a five month period by business people, across Europe and beyond, enrolled in a business-related distance learning course organised by the Swedish Trade Council (STC). Learners attend seminars and meet with local tutors who provide expert advice and assistance to help learners set and achieve practical goals. The process is supported by the AtGentNet platform which provides both access to information and a social forum.
The criteria for success were based upon three scenarios, implemented for each system (AtGentSchool and AtGentNet). These scenarios relate to the guidance of learning, the (re)direction of attention and user-notification. Research questions were generated from these scenarios, leading to five key indicators: Attention, Performance, Satisfaction, Learning and Collaboration. These indicators are used as part of the summative evaluation to assess the benefits gained by incorporating attentive agents.
In terms of overall success, the data indicate that use of an animated agent for children can successfully promote Performance, Satisfaction and Collaboration, with no apparent detriment to other factors. The use of scenarios as design elements proved very effective in designing for children. For adults, careful and subtle perceptual enhancements appear to be a better approach than animated agents. The data here indicate that performance and collaboration may be enhanced, but only where the motivation pre-exists. Perceptual-based attention support does not engender motivation, compared to the motivation provided to children by the animated agent in AtGentSchool.
Strategic evaluation examines the real contribution of AtGentive in the outside world. The primary project outputs are identified, along with their strengths and weaknesses. Overall, the project approach of attacking the problem from several perspectives corresponding to the strengths and expertise of individual participants has proved very fruitful. AtGentive has met its principle objectives to successfully design and run two pilot studies which advance the support and understanding of attention with regard to educational software. While the support is situated in particular applications, knowledge gained may have implications in a wider context. This work has contributed across several disciplines in the research community – teaching and learning, collaborative systems, human- computer interface, and intelligent agents to mention but a few – and offers a basis for continuing research in this new and expanding area.}
}
[AtGentive-D6.4]
Claudia Roda, Damien Clauzel, Joona Laukkanen, and al. Deliverable 6.4: Assessment and Consolidation Report; Final Exploitation Plan. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, November 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status restricted.
@techreport{AtGentive-D6.4,
  title = {{Deliverable 6.4: Assessment and Consolidation Report; Final Exploitation Plan}},
  editor = {Parrakova, Barbora and Cech, Jaroslav},
  year = {2007},
  month = nov,
  author = {Roda, Claudia and Clauzel, Damien and Laukkanen, Joona and al},
  school = {Czech Efficient Learning Node},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status restricted},
  abstract = {Assessment and Consolidation Report and Final Exploitation plan itself create Deliverables of the project (WP 6 Consolidation and Dissemination) and its main objective is to provide an overview of the main concepts, plans, and strategies envisioned by the project consortium in the perspective of further exploitation continuing after the project life cycle. This document should be considered as the final version of the Exploitation Plan.
In the first part of the document, AtGentive results are projected from the exploitation point of view. Opportunity to compare project objectives against project outcomes is the starting point for further exploitation. All of the project results are listed and briefly described. Those, considered by project consortium as the main once are given more space for further description. However, each project outcome has clear use in future. 
General exploitation and dissemination strategy represents the second part of the document. This part reflects the three different approaches to exploitation and dissemination according the field of expertise of project consortium. Both exploitation and dissemination of the results is affected by the approach of the academic institutions, industrial partners and the third sector. 
Exploitation strategies and dissemination plans of all partners are present in the third part of the document. Exploitation will not only be commercialization of research results but also non-commercial dissemination of research results. Summarization of the general and individual strategies will be presented in the conclusion. The very last part of the document is an Annex documenting all dissemination activities which have happened throughout the project.}
}
[AtGentive-D3.2]
Damien Clauzel, Joona Laukkanen, Benjamin Eggert, Claudia Roda, and al. Deliverable 3.2: The Prototype. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, June 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D3.2,
  title = {{Deliverable 3.2: The Prototype}},
  editor = {Molenaar, Koen},
  year = {2007},
  month = jun,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Laukkanen, Joona and Eggert, Benjamin and Roda, Claudia and al},
  school = {Ontdeknet},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This document supports the delivery of the prototypes AtgentNet and Atgentschool which is going to be used at the pilots and of the AtGentive components; ASKME, the reasoning module and the embodied agent modules.
The goal of this deliverable is to show what has been implemented for the user as well as the workings of the systems and their components.}
}
[AtGentive-D7.1.1]
Claudia Roda, Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Georgi Stojanov, Eugeni Gentchev, and al. Deliverable 7.1: Mid Term Assessment Report (Part 1) Activity report. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, March 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D7.1.1,
  title = {{Deliverable 7.1: Mid Term Assessment Report (Part 1) Activity report}},
  editor = {Nabeth, Thierry and Liem, May},
  year = {2007},
  month = mar,
  author = {Roda, Claudia and Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Stojanov, Georgi and Gentchev, Eugeni and al},
  school = {INSEAD},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This document represents the final version of the mid-term Assessment report over the period of December 1, 2005 - December 1, 2006.
Its objective is to provide an overview of how the project has advanced in the first period of the project and in particular, how the project has started, what are the activities and work that have been conducted (including the organization of the meetings), what output has been generated (such as the deliverables and the publications), and how the consortium has thus far allocated its resources.
This document also indicates the adjustment in the allocation of resource for the next period.}
}
[AtGentive-D7.1.2]
Claudia Roda, Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Georgi Stojanov, and al. Deliverable 7.1: Mid Term Assessment Report (Part 2) Management Financial Statements Report. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, March 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D7.1.2,
  title = {{Deliverable 7.1: Mid Term Assessment Report (Part 2) Management Financial Statements Report}},
  editor = {Nabeth, Thierry and Liem, May},
  year = {2007},
  month = mar,
  author = {Roda, Claudia and Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Stojanov, Georgi and al},
  school = {INSEAD},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This document represents the second part of del 7.1 Mid-Term Assessment Report, which presents the Financial Information of the first period of the AtGentive project.}
}
[AtGentive-D6.3]
Claudia Roda, Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Georgi Stojanov, Eugeni Gentchev, and al. Deliverable 6.3: Description of the AtGentive website (Del 6.3. Project Web site V2, communicating the project). Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, February 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP.
@techreport{AtGentive-D6.3,
  title = {{Deliverable 6.3: Description of the AtGentive website (Del 6.3. Project Web site V2, communicating the project)}},
  editor = {Cech, Jaroslav and Parrakova, Barbora},
  year = {2007},
  month = feb,
  author = {Roda, Claudia and Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Stojanov, Georgi and Gentchev, Eugeni and al},
  school = {Czech Efficient Learning Network},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP},
  url = {http://Damien.Clauzel.eu/Publications/Documents/AtGentive/atgentive-D6.3 Project website V2.pdf},
  abstract = {This report is the document associated to the deliverable D6.3 (second version of AtGentive Project Web communicating the project). It describes the structure of public website www.atgentive.com and its features facilitating project dissemination.}
}
[AtGentive-D3.1]
Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Claudia Roda, and al. Deliverable 3.1: Early Prototype. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, January 2007. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D3.1,
  title = {{Deliverable 3.1: Early Prototype}},
  editor = {Molenaar, Koen},
  year = {2007},
  month = jan,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Roda, Claudia and al},
  school = {Ontdeknet},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This document supports the delivery of the early prototypes of the AtGentive components and the early prototypes of AtgentNet \& AtgentSchool. The goal of this deliverable is to show the early implementation of the early prototype of the attentive agent components in the two platforms.}
}
[AtGentive-D2.3]
Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Claudia Roda, and al. Deliverable 2.3: Specification of the approach and mechanisms for validating and improving the user interaction. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, December 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D2.3,
  title = {{Deliverable 2.3: Specification of the approach and mechanisms for validating and improving the user interaction}},
  editor = {Räihä, Kari-Jouko and Siirtola, Harri and Surakka, Veikko and Vanhala, Toni},
  year = {2006},
  month = dec,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Roda, Claudia and al},
  school = {University of Tampere},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This deliverable specifies approaches and mechanisms for validating and improving the user interaction in the AtGentive platforms via empirical techniques. The purpose of the validation is to inform the design and the iterative prototype construction process about the changes in interaction that result from different types of attentional guidance from the platforms. The performance of interaction in this context is related to the second main objective of the AtGentive project: the recognition of users' attentional state, and the evaluating of the most effective intervention modes that support learners' attentional processes.}
}
[AtGentive-D1.3]
Damien Clauzel, Claudia Roda, Marco Raglianti, Georgi Stojanov, and al. Deliverable 1.3: AtGentive Conceptual Framework and Application Scenarios. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, September 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP.
@techreport{AtGentive-D1.3,
  title = {{Deliverable 1.3: AtGentive Conceptual Framework and Application Scenarios}},
  editor = {Roda, Claudia},
  year = {2006},
  month = sep,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Roda, Claudia and Raglianti, Marco and Stojanov, Georgi and al},
  school = {American University of Paris},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP},
  url = {http://Damien.Clauzel.eu/Publications/Documents/AtGentive/Atgentive-DeliverableD1_3.pdf},
  abstract = {This deliverable analyses attention in learning and collaboration with the aim of defining a theoretical framework capable of representing the wide range of attentional processes that one may want to support within learning and collaboration environment. The analysis aims at being exhaustive rather than selective: in future deliverables a small subset of this framework will be selected for possible implementation.}
}
[AtGentive-D2.1]
Damien Clauzel, Eugeni Gentchev, Claudia Roda, Georgi Stojanov, and al. Deliverable 2.1: Design specification of the Attentive agent module. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, September 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D2.1,
  title = {{Deliverable 2.1: Design specification of the Attentive agent module}},
  editor = {Nabeth, Thierry},
  year = {2006},
  month = sep,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Gentchev, Eugeni and Roda, Claudia and Stojanov, Georgi and al},
  school = {INSEAD},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This first step will consist in the definition of the internal architecture of the attentive agent (including components for the detection of the user attention, attention reasoning, intervention, and user interface via artificial characters), and the definition of an interface for embedding it in a digital environment.}
}
[AtGentive-D4.2]
Damien Clauzel, Eugeni Gentchev, Claudia Roda, Georgi Stojanov, Julie Thomas, and al. Deliverable 4.2: Formative Evaluation. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, September 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP.
@techreport{AtGentive-D4.2,
  title = {{Deliverable 4.2: Formative Evaluation}},
  editor = {Rudman, Paul and Zajicek, Mary},
  year = {2006},
  month = sep,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Gentchev, Eugeni and Roda, Claudia and Stojanov, Georgi and Thomas, Julie and al},
  school = {Oxford Brookes University},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP},
  url = {http://Damien.Clauzel.eu/Publications/Documents/AtGentive/Atgentive-Deliverable-D4.2 Formative Evaluation.pdf},
  abstract = {This document describes the formative evaluation (evaluation aimed at guiding and informing the design process) carried out within AtGentive to date. Formative evaluation for AtGentive primarily comprises the generation of feedback from experts and potential users, or their representatives, as to the effectiveness and desirability of proposed interventions. The proposal and design of such interventions begins with the concepts and models developed within the AtGentive Conceptual Framework and is continued and elaborated as part of the design process.}
}
[AtGentive-D4.1]
Damien Clauzel, Eugeni Gentchev, Claudia Roda, Georgi Stojanov, Julie Thomas, and al. Deliverable 4.1: Evaluation Approach and Methodology (including a first draft of the Key Indicators). Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, June 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status restricted.
@techreport{AtGentive-D4.1,
  title = {{Deliverable 4.1: Evaluation Approach and Methodology (including a first draft of the Key Indicators)}},
  editor = {Rudman, Paul and Zajicek, Mary},
  year = {2006},
  month = jun,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Gentchev, Eugeni and Roda, Claudia and Stojanov, Georgi and Thomas, Julie and al},
  school = {Oxford Brookes University},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status restricted},
  abstract = {This document sets out the approach and methodology for the evaluation aspect of AtGentive. It begins with the formative work carried out to date and that planned for the coming months, as this has a bearing on future evaluative work. It then outlines the planned summative evaluation, due to commence in the second year, and describes the development thus far of the Key Indicators that will form the basis of the summative evaluation. It concludes with a note on the final strategic evaluation.}
}
[AtGentive-D1.1]
Damien Clauzel, Eugeni Gentchev, Claudia Roda, Georgi Stojanov, and al. Deliverable 1.1: AtGentive WP1 Workshop on Advanced support for attention in collaborative learning settings. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, January 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP.
@techreport{AtGentive-D1.1,
  title = {{Deliverable 1.1: AtGentive WP1 Workshop on Advanced support for attention in collaborative learning settings}},
  editor = {Stojanov, Georgi and Roda, Claudia},
  year = {2006},
  month = jan,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Gentchev, Eugeni and Roda, Claudia and Stojanov, Georgi and al},
  school = {American University of Paris},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {{AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP}},
  url = {http://Damien.Clauzel.eu/Publications/Documents/AtGentive/DeliverableD1_1.pdf},
  abstract = {This deliverable reports on the meeting of the Atgentive consortium on "Advanced support for attention in collaborative learning settings" which took place in Paris on January 23 and 24. The reader can find here both a summary of the discussions that took place and the collection of papers and presentations offered by several partners during that meeting.}
}
[AtGentive-D2.2]
Damien Clauzel, Marco Raglianti, Eugeni Gentchev, Claudia Roda, Georgi Stojanov, and al. Deliverable 2.2: Design Specifications. Technical report, Consortium AtGentive, January 2006. AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel.
@techreport{AtGentive-D2.2,
  title = {{Deliverable 2.2: Design Specifications}},
  editor = {Nabeth, Thierry},
  year = {2006},
  month = jan,
  author = {Clauzel, Damien and Raglianti, Marco and Gentchev, Eugeni and Roda, Claudia and Stojanov, Georgi and al},
  school = {INSEAD},
  institution = {Consortium AtGentive},
  note = {AtGentive project, IST-4-027529-STP, status confidentiel},
  abstract = {This document represents the second step used for elaborating the design of the AtGentive systems.
The first part of this document consists in the individual description of the different components in term of functions and interfaces. This description also describes the principles and approaches that are used to connect the different components.
The second part of this document presents the two attention enhanced applications or platforms, and for each of them, how the different components are integrated. It also presents a set of scenarios, helping to illustrate the functioning of each application or platform.}
}

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