Interaction is a fundamental dimension for modelling and engineering complex computational systems. More generally, interaction is a critical issue in the understanding of complex systems of any sorts: as such, it has emerged in several well-established scientific areas other than computer science, like biology, physics, social and organisational sciences. In this chapter, we take a multi-disciplinary view of interaction by drawing parallels between researches outside and within computer science. We point out some of the basic patterns of interaction as they emerge from a number of heterogeneous research fields, and show how they can be brought to computer science and provide new insights on the issue of interaction in complex computational systems.

The Multidisciplinary Patterns of Interaction from Sciences to Computer Science

OMICINI, ANDREA;RICCI, ALESSANDRO;VIROLI, MIRKO
2006

Abstract

Interaction is a fundamental dimension for modelling and engineering complex computational systems. More generally, interaction is a critical issue in the understanding of complex systems of any sorts: as such, it has emerged in several well-established scientific areas other than computer science, like biology, physics, social and organisational sciences. In this chapter, we take a multi-disciplinary view of interaction by drawing parallels between researches outside and within computer science. We point out some of the basic patterns of interaction as they emerge from a number of heterogeneous research fields, and show how they can be brought to computer science and provide new insights on the issue of interaction in complex computational systems.
Interactive Computation: The New Paradigm
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Omicini Andrea; Ricci Alessandro; Mirko Viroli
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