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| description= The Score team is a joint research group between Henri Poincaré University Nancy 1, Nancy 2 University and INRIA Nancy - Grand Est. Score team investigates cooperative, distributed, and process-aware Web Information Systems. Its researches are organized in two main streams. The Process Engineering stream is interested in process-aware information systems that manage and execute operational processes involving people, applications, and information sources on the basis of process models. The Collaborative Distributed Systems stream is concerned with the development of collaborative systems but with a scientific focus on data consistency in peer to peer architectures. Interactions between these two axes are mainly governed by shared issues, especially on awareness, coordination, and privacy and security management.
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The Score team has gained a high expertise and advanced skills in collaborative processes, dis- tributed cooperative systems and consistency maintenance algorithms for optimistic replicated data such as operational transformation (OT) or commutative replicated data types (CRDT). These approaches have been applied in the context of several research and industrial projects such as the ANR Xwiki Concerto (peer-to-peer wiki), the EU FP6 QualiPSo project (collabo- rative software development platform), the WIKI 3.0 DGIS ”Web innovant” project (real time collaboration in a wiki). The score team has also designed, developed and released DSMW, an extension to Semantic MediaWiki, which allows to build a network of interconnected Semantic MediaWiki Servers. DSMW will serve as a basis to build the Social Semantic Space described in task 5.
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