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This paper addresses our effort of investigating context-based adaptation as a prospective solution to enhance group interaction in collaborative virtual environments. Through our work, we aim to provide adaptation of assigning users' roles based on the context of users when collaboratively interacting in a virtual world. We describe an experiment to assess whether the adaptation results in an improved group collaboration in virtual environments or not. From the experiment, we learned that the context-based adaptation of assigning roles to users improves the group performance in collaborative virtual environments.
Date of Conference: 25-28 June 2012