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Re: Use case template -- user needs

From: András Micsik <micsik@sztaki.hu>
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 11:26:07 +0200
Message-ID: <4C51492F.2070004@sztaki.hu>
CC: public-xg-lld <public-xg-lld@w3.org>
Dear All,

We could use the information consumption lifecycle 
(collect->interpret->analyze->synthesize->present->publish) as a lead to get a 
hierarchical list of user needs. It is quite similar to Karen's behaviours 
image. I tried to sort some of the existing terms:

collect:
- browse / explore / find / retrieve entities
- to select an entity appropriate to the user’s needs
- to acquire or obtain access to the entity

interpret / analyze / synthesize:
- to convert entities to another format
- to merge selected entities with local data
- to reason about selected entities
- to enrich existing entities with more data
- to identify an entity
- to contextualise the entities by connecting them with other entities

present / publish:
- to create or update entities
- to annotate, comment information
- to visualize entities and their relations
- Justify, to document the authority data creator’s reason
- to make new entities accessible inside an information system
- to provide new data as LOD

Furthermore, I'd add "Knowledge bases" under "Non library information systems"

Social uses could be a yes/no property, it's quite hard to classify all 
possible goals of social functionality.

Andras

Antoine Isaac írta:
> Hi Karen,
> 
> That's an interesting view indeed. But maybe it's better to keep it for 
> us for a later fine-grained analysis of the cases we got, and not for 
> external use case providers. As you say it, this is really complex and I 
> think it could prove deterring.
> 
> What would be interesting is to test the current classification at [1] 
> against yours, to see if we should add another general category there. 
> To me:
> - "discover" overlaps with "Browse / explore / select", "Access / 
> obtain" and "Retrieve / find"
> - "gather" overlaps with "Integrate / contextualize" and "Justify"
> - "create" overlaps with "Add information / annotate / comment"
> 
> That leaves with "share" which is not obviously present in the current 
> state. We could add it, maybe also adding the "cite" suggested by Monica 
> [2]
> though she linked it to "annotate / comment" in her mail.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Antoine
> 
> [1] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/Dimensions
> [2] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xg-lld/2010Jul/0030.html
> 
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