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Interaction research

Collaboraation taxonomy
Another taxonomy of CSCW applications, called a
“collaborative application taxonomy” [Nickerson 1997],
extends the time-space taxonomy to add a “modal”
dimension: the mode of communication used by
collaborators. The three modes of communication
identified by Nickerson are audio, visual, or document
(data); these modes may be used alone or in combination,
yielding seven different possible communication
approaches. Combined with the four possible time-space
categories, there are 28 total categories in the collaborative
application taxonomy.
The collaborative application taxonomy does not
provide an adequate description of HRI because human-
robot and robot-human communication can take forms
other than audio, visual, or data (for example,
communication can be tactile or haptic). Nickerson’s
implicit assertion, that the communication mode used by
collaborators is an important characteristic of collaborative
systems, nevertheless has merit. In human-robot
collaborative systems, communication mode is analogous
to be the type or means of control from the human(s) to the
robot(s) and the type of sensor data transmitted (or
available to be transmitted) from the robot(s) to the
human(s). Thus human-to-robot control type and robot-to-
human sensor information type

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John Rodrigues

A descriptive concept,a good input for the project.

John Rodrigues

Explained collaboration taxonomy.

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Thank you Harsha

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