Advanced Group Support Systems and Facilities
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, 1999 - Decision support systems - 172 pages
This document contains the proceedings of the Workshop on Advanced Group Support Systems and Facilities. Workshop attendees came from NASA, other government agencies, industry, and universities. The objectives of the workshop were to assess the status of advanced group support systems and to identify the potential of these systems for use in future collaborative distributed design and synthesis environments. The presentations covered the current status and effectiveness of different group support systems.
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