The Multidisciplinary Patterns of Interaction from Sciences to Computer Science


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Andrea Omicini, Alessandro Ricci, Mirko Viroli

Dina Q. Goldin, Scott A. Smolka, Peter Wegner (eds.)
“Interactive Computation: The New Paradigm”, part IV, chapter 15, pages 395-414
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
September 2006

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 sort: as such, it has emerged in several well-established scientific areas other than computer science, like biology, physics, social and organizational sciences.
In this chapter, we take a multidisciplinary 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.

Publications

Publication

— editors

Dina Q. Goldin, Scott A. Smolka, Peter Wegner

— status

published

— sort

book chapter

— publication date

September 2006

— volume title

Interactive Computation: The New Paradigm

— chapter

15

— part

IV

— pages

395-414

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original page

identifiers

— IRIS

11585/31257

— ISBN

978-3-540-34666-1

— E-ISBN

978-3-540-34874-0

— ISBN-10

3-540-34666-X

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