Mixed-Initiative Approach to Collaboration in the Mathematical Domain

Nadya Belov, Joshua Shaffer

Using smart-phones for ad-hoc mathematical collaboration poses multiple user interface challenges. In this paper, software agents are used to lessen the cognitive load through automatic line labeling. Researchers in the human-computer interaction community have attempted to alleviate the problem of general usability through user interface engineering conventions. However, these engineering approaches can be improved upon through the application of mixed-initiative principles.

Subjects: 6. Computer-Human Interaction; 1.3 Computer-Aided Education

Submitted: Apr 4, 2005

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