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Communication modeling, the language/action perspective

International Workshop on Communication Modeling (1st 1996 Tilburg, Netherlands)

Communication modeling, the language/action perspective

proceedings of the First International Workshop on Communication Modeling, Tilburg, the Netherlands, 1-2 July, 1996

by International Workshop on Communication Modeling (1st 1996 Tilburg, Netherlands)

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Published by Springer in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication models -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank Dignum, Jan Dietz, Egon Verharen, and Hans Weigand, eds.
    SeriesElectronic workshops in computing
    ContributionsDignum, Frank, 1961-, Dietz, Jan, 1945-, Verharen, Egon, 1965-, Weigand, Hans.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP93.55 .I58 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1008187M
    ISBN 103540761187
    LC Control Number96048134

    The Language Action Perspective on Communication Modelling, Kiruna, Sweden, June , communicative transaction based on speech acts between human subjects; one question is how this perspective can be reconciled with a notion of anonymous event chains. The structure of this paper is as follows. The Language-Action Perspective (LAP) provides an alternative foundation for analyzing and designing effective information systems. The fundamental principle of the LAP approach is people perform actions through communication; therefore, the role of information systems is to support such communications among people to achieve business goals.

    Exploring Professional Communication provides an accessible overview of the vast field of communication in professional contexts from an applied linguistics perspective. It explores the nature of professional communication by discussing various fundamental topics relevant for an understanding of this area. The book is divided into eight chapters, each dealing with a . Proceedings of the 8th International Working Conference on the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modeling (LAP ) Author Weigand, H., Goldkuhl, G., de Moor, by: 4.

    A speech act in philosophy of language and linguistics is something expressed by an individual that not only presents information, but performs an action as well. For example, the phrase "I would like the kimchi, could you please pass it to me?" is considered a speech act as it expresses the speaker's desire to acquire the kimchi, as well as presenting a request that someone pass . The language-action perspective (LAP), which is based on speech act theory, is also a computing perspective,. Denning [6] indicated that people use language in three primary ways from the LAP. (1) Conversation for action: Speech acts can be Cited by:


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The language/action perspective (LAP) "takes language as the primary dimension of human cooperative activity," applied not just in person-to-person direct (face-to-face) interactions, but also in the design of systems mediated by information and communication perspective was developed in the joint authorship of Understanding Computers and Cognition.

"A Language/Action Perspective on Cooperative Information Agents," Proceedings of the First International Workhshop on Communication Modeling) Weigand, H., and de Moor, A.

"Workflow analysis with communication norms," Communication modeling &. Get this from a library. Communication modeling, the language/action perspective: proceedings of the First International Workshop on Communication Modeling, Tilburg, the Netherlands, July, [Frank Dignum; Jan Dietz; Egon Verharen; Hans Weigand;].

Coordination through communication. In H. Weigand, G. Goldkuhl, & A. de Moor (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Working Conference on the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modeling (LAP ) (pp.

Tilburg: Tilburg University by: The Language/Action perspective (for a large part based on Searle's Speech Act theory) introduced in the field of information systems by Flores and Ludlow in the early 's has proven to be a new basic paradigm for Information Systems Design.

In contrast to traditional views of "data flow", the language/action perspectiveCited by: 9. Invited Talk at the Third International Workshop on the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modelling, LAP ']] 3 E. Auramäki, R.

Hirschheim, K. Lyytinen, Modelling offices through discourse analysis: the SAMPO approach, The Computer Journal, v n.4, p, Aug. [doi> /comjnl/ ]Cited by: International Workshop on Communication Modeling (LAP'96) The Language/Action perspective (based on Searle's Speech Act theory) introduced in the field of information systems by Flores and Ludlow in the early 's has proven to be a new basic paradigm for Information Systems Design.

This paper introduces a perspective based on language as action, and explores its consequences for system design. We describe a communication tool called The Coordinator, which was designed from a language/action perspective, and we suggest how further aspects of coordinated work might be addressed in a similar style.

The updated original online version for this book can be found at DOI: /_22Author: Jan L. Dietz. A Language/Action Perspective on Cooperative Information Agents. In F. Dignum et al., eds, Communication Modeling — The Language/Action Perspective (LAP), electronic Workshops in Computing, Springer-Verlag, London, Cited by: The Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modelling Weigand and HoppenbrouwersHoppenbrouwers ] implies not only that linguistic form is seen as ‘being used to evoke meaning’, but also that this involves social construction of signs (combinations of form and meaning).

This is in line with the semiotic and language. The Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems (2-Volumes) provides a state-of-the-art summary of knowledge in this evolving, multi-disciplinary field distinctive in its variety of international authors' perspectives, depth and breadth of scholarship, and combination of practical and theoretical views.

This Cited by: Table 1. Three perspectives on organization; Business system ~ the essential perspective: Looking from the essential perspective, one is only interested in the performa aspect of information -- one is studying people who are communicating in order to make each other act. One sees the social actor in the organization providing the services of the organization.

J Allwood (). A Critical Look at the Language Action Perspective in Communication Modelling. Invited Talk at the Third International Workshop on the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modelling, LAP ']] Google Scholar; E Auramäki, R Hirschheim, and K Lyytinen (a).

Modelling Offices Through Discourse Analysis: The SAMPO. language-action perspective o n communication modelling (AAKHUS M and LIND M, Eds), pp. 59–76, Rutgers University, The State University of New.

The language/action artifacts appear to embrace elements from all three schools, even though the foundation text presents a phenomenological perspective. Conversation as Designable Action Readers of interactions and Communications of the ACM may be familiar with Winograd and Flores’s () LAP work [6].

A Language/Action Based Approach to Information Modeling: /ch There are several different views of the functional role of information systems. Two of the most important ones are the model view and the communicativeCited by: 6. Abstract The effective use of information and communication technology, or ICT (Barua, Kriebel, & Mukhopadhyay, ; Burn & Szeto, ; Mahmood & Mann, ; Mukhopadhyay, Kekre, & Kalathur, ; Sircar, Turnbow, & Bordoloi, ; Zammuto, ), requires a careful design of information systems and the business processes they support from a communicative Author: Peter Rittgen.

based on the Language/Action Perspective [2, 3] that considers communication as a way of acting and carrying tasks. Each transaction involves two actors: the actor that initiates the transaction is called the initiator, while the actor that executes the.

Several organizational modeling approaches are based on language-philosophical theories of communication and we will mention a few of them. The action workflow approach [8], [22] aims at the identification of business processes and applications Cited by:.

A Language/Action Perspective on the Design of Cooperative Work, in Computer supported Cooperative Work: A book of Readings. Irene Greif editor, Morgan Kaufman Publishers Inc., San Mateo, Californiapages For more information the reader is referred to the website # # #.Language-action Perspective.

Language-action perspective (LAP) is considered as an approach for designing information systems according to how people use communication to perform actions.

Winograd () introduced a perspective based on language as the primary dimension of human cooperative activity.Linking event-driven and communication-oriented business modeling 80 Systems, Signs & Actions, Vol. 3 (), No.

1, pp. 77–92 publication of an event into a service request for the services that are subscribed to this event. If there is a reply, it can be lifted up into a new published event. 3 Events in the Language/Action Perspective.