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Création de référentiels commun : la coordination complexe du travail collaboratif

Abstract : Current archaeological research practices confirm a strong trend towards the grouping of researchers and the sharing of data, which now requires the establishment of shared platforms. This change in practices is reflected in the shift from working locally to opening up to databases shared by several teams, several institutions and even several countries. Since 2005, the experience of seven projects carried out in the Traces laboratory (Architerre, ChasséoLab, Départ, Graph-Comp, Modelespace, Monumen, M&P) in collaboration with French and foreign partner institutions (Ministry of Culture, regional services, CNRS, universities, preventive archaeology organizations and companies, associations, etc.) has helped to clarify the principles of coordination, complexity, collaborative work and the impact of the choices made.
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Antoine Laurent, Vanessa Léa, Vincent Ard, François Baleux, Carine Calastrenc, et al.. Création de référentiels commun : la coordination complexe du travail collaboratif. Session n° III-3 (CA) of the XVIIIe UISPP congress. Construire des référentiels partagés : Webmapping et archéologie, Jun 2018, Paris, France. 12 p., ⟨10.21494/ISTE.OP.2019.0360⟩. ⟨hal-02865558⟩

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