Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW ’95: 10–14 September, 1995, Stockholm, Sweden

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H. Marmolin, Y. Sundblad, K. Schmidt
Springer Science & Business Media, 1995 M09 30 - 353 páginas
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) is an interdisciplinary research area devoted to exploring the issues of designing computer-based systems that enhance the abilities to cooperate and integrate activities in an efficient and flexible manner for people in cooperative work situations.
This volume is a rigorous selection of papers that represent both practical and theoretical approaches to CSCW from many leading researchers in the field. As an interdisciplinary area of research, CSCW brings together widely disparate research traditions and perspectives from computer, human, organisational and design sciences. The papers selected reflect a variety of approaches and cultures in the field.
Audience: Of interest to a wide audience because of the huge practical impact of the issues and the interdisciplinary nature of the problems and solutions proposed. In particular: researchers and professionals in computing, sociology, cognitive science, human factors, and system design.
 

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Work Locales and Distributed Social Worlds
1
Bridging the Gap between Bonn and Berlin for and with the Users
17
Disarticulation and the Need for Regionalized Communication Spaces
33
Technology and Cooperative Work on the Print Industry Shopfloor
51
Cooperation and Power
67
Flexible Support for Collaborative Activity
83
Support for Distributed Cooperative Writing
101
an Empirical Study
117
An Evaluation of the DOLPHIN Electronic Meeting Room Environment
197
Divergence Data Management and Collaborative Work
215
A General MultiUser UndoRedo Model
231
The GroupDesk System
247
Discretion or Mandate?
263
Experiments Evaluation and Improvement
279
Multimedia Support of Collaboration in a Teleservice Team
293
What Are Workplace Studies For?
309

Supporting collaboration through customisation
133
The Session Capture and Replay Paradigm for Asynchronous Collaboration
149
Implementation and Experience
165
Can the GestureCam be a Surrogate?
181
BPR and ethnomethodologically informed ethnography in CSCW
325
Authors and Committee Members
341
Index of Authors
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