Cooperative Systems Design: A Challenge of the Mobility Age

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Mireille Blay-Fornarino
IOS Press, 2002 - Computers - 293 pages
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A collection of papers from the COOP 2002 conference. This conference was mainly devoted to the following issues: the gap between virtual and material artefacts in human collaboration; collaboration among mobile actors; the WWW as a platform for co-operative systems; and more.
 

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Contents

Failures Successes and Possibilities
3
An Experiment on Technology Support
23
Detours Stunts and Spillovers
38
Chances and Risks of Structuring
53
Understanding the Benefits of Graspable Interfaces for Cooperative Use
71
Defining Task Interdependencies and Coordination Mechanisms
88
Engineering CSCW Tony Lambie and John Long
107
Supporting TwoParty Collaborations with New Forms
123
Delegation of Tasks in the AirTraffic Control Domain
173
The Alignment of Meanings
191
Cooperative Organizational Memories for ITBased Process Knowledge
209
Towards a KnowledgeBased Marketplace Model KBM for Cooperation
226
Putting CSCW in a Business Context Implications for Research and Systems
239
Coordinative Artifacts in Architectural Practice
257
CoConstructing Collaborative ComputerBased Artifacts and Mentefacts
275
Whats New in Knowledge Management? Liam J Bannon
289

Studies of Computer Supported Collaborative Writing Implications
139
A Common Work Space to Support the Cooperation in the Cockpit of
157

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