Computer supported cooperative work

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Wiley, Jan 21, 1999 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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This is part of a series of books which presents various aspects of the design, implementation and evaluation of software systems that enable and support co-operative activities. This volume examines various aspects of software systems, tools and techniques for CMC (computer mediated communication). Themes include: groupware tools and toolkits; shared editing; mediaspaces; co-ordination tools; integrated tools; applications; software infrastructure; software architectures; formal methods.

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Contents

Workflow Technology
29
Environments for Informal
55
Integration of Shared Workspace
83
Copyright

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