Interoperabilidade Social e Colaboração: um Mapeamento Sistemático da Literatura

  • Rian das Dores Alves UFJF
  • Rita S. P. Maciel UFBA
  • José Maria N. David UFJF

Resumo


Sistemas colaborativos apresentam um elevado grau de complexidade devido aos requisitos que devem atender. Entre eles, podemos mencionar o suporte à interoperabilidade social, que utiliza da contextualização social dos usuários a fim de apoiar a interoperabilidade em sistemas colaborativos. Como resultado, é possível enriquecer o contexto das atividades e aumentar a percepção e compreensão dos usuários em relação às atividades realizadas por meio desses sistemas. Contudo, a Interoperabilidade Social ainda é pouco explorada e precisa ser analisada. Assim, o objetivo é realizar um mapeamento sistemático para analisar aspectos da utilização da Interoperabilidade Social no desenvolvimento de sistemas colaborativos.

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ALVES, Rian das Dores; MACIEL, Rita S. P.; DAVID, José Maria N.. Interoperabilidade Social e Colaboração: um Mapeamento Sistemático da Literatura. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE SISTEMAS COLABORATIVOS (SBSC), 17. , 2021, Evento Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2021 . p. 83-94. ISSN 2326-2842. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/sbsc.2021.16023.