Summary introduce to variables “number of change and score

Summary :- 

 paper  we will study about the  relationship between collaboration outcomes
and  collaborative problem solving (CPS) .
Developer developed a simulation-based task, in which two members communicate
with chat and text . We choose it because it provides students with
opportunities to demonstrate pro?ciencies in complex face to face (interactive)
environments that traditional assessment formats cannot a?ord , which is
especially suitable for measuring the complex skills such as CPS collaboration
process. CPS is widely consider as of 
the critical skill for academic or career life  to communicate with each other sharing data
with trusted peoples and  spend  mostly time with members for process or team work.

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Amazon mechanical Turk   introduce to variables “number of change and
score change ”  in this count data
collaborate data  and change the data . Then
 we clarify the outcome is effective or
not ,independent  or dependent . we  found that negotiation skill is important for
successful collaboration outcome.

In this paper we use different  methods 
according   we divided the members
in groups limits of group will be 2 day communicate with each other using  text chat   . In this we focused on domain of science
give for steps to make logo design and store it as a evidence .In other methods
we select the randomly members and make the groups and give then different task
for simulation  .  if 
they share  there  data with each other it will complicate  the analysis . Then we analysis the data in
which we use the our all analysis data and different tools for   measuring the collaboration outcomes . That’s


Ine?ective collaboration


We check  negotiation 
skills with the help of  2 level .
First is unigram which is best and give good collaboration outcomes  , second 
one is bigram level in this we must share the pure information if we
share deeply then it will be effective