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The Algorithmic-Autoregulation (AA) Methodology and Software: a collective focus on self-transparency

by   Renato Fabbri, et al.

There are numerous efforts to achieve a lightweight and systematic account of what is done by a group and its individuals. The Algorithmic-Autoregulation (AA) is a special case, in which a technical community embraced the challenge of registering their own dedication for sharing processes, self-transparency, and documenting the efforts. AA is used since June/2011 by dozens of researchers and software developers, with the support of different software gadgets and for distinct tasks. This article describes these implementations and statistics of their usage including expected natural properties and ontological formalisms which eases comparative analysis and furthers integration.


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