Ecscw 2003, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Proceedings of the Eighth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 14-18 September 2003, Helsinki, Finland

Coordinators: Kuutti Kari, Karsten Helena, Fitzpatrick G., Dourish Paul, Schmidt K.

Language: Anglais

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The emergence and widespread use of personal computers andnetwork technologies has seen the development of interest in the useof computers to support cooperative work. This volume presents theproceedings of the eighth European conference on Computer SupportedCooperative Work (CSCW). This is a multidisciplinary area whichembraces both the development of new technologies and an understandingof the grounding of CSCW technologies in real-world social practices.These proceedings contain a collection of papers that encompassactivities in the field. These include papers addressing newinteraction technologies for CSCW systems, new models andarchitectures for groupware systems, studies of communication andcoordination among mobile actors, studies of groupware systems in usein real-world settings, and theories and techniques to support thedevelopment of cooperative applications. The papers present emergingtechnologies alongside new methods and approaches to the developmentof this important class of applications. The work in this volume represents the best of the current researchand practice within CSCW. The collection of papers presented here willappeal to both researchers and practitioners alike as they combine anunderstanding of the nature of work with the possibilities offered bynew technologies.
Pruning the Answer Garden: Knowledge sharing in maintenance engineering, V. Pipek, V. Wulf. Discovery of explicit and implicit connections between people using email utterance, R. McArthur, P. Bruza. Applying cyber-archaeology, Q. Jones. Dependable red hot action, K. Clarke, et al. Reconsidering common ground: Examining Clarke's contribution theory in the OR, T. Koschmann, C.D. LeBaron. Group-to-group distance collaboration: Examining the "space between", G. Mark, et al. Informing the development of calendar systems for domestic use, A. Crabtree, et al. Supporting collaboration ubiquitously: An augmented learning environment for architecture students, G. Iacucci, I. Wagner. System guidelines for co-located, collaborative work on a tabletop display, S.D. Scott, et al. Assembling history: Achieving coherent experiences with diverse technologies, M. Fraser, et al. Learning and living in the "new office" E. Bjerrum, B. Amento. Seeing what you are hearing: Co-ordinating responses to trouble reports in network troubleshooting, S. Whittaker, B. Amento. When can I expect an email response? A study of rhythms in email usage, J.R. Tyler, J.C. Tang. Multi-team facilitation of very large-scale distributed meetings, D.R. Millen, M.A. Fontaine. Proving correctness of transformation functions in real-time groupware, A. Imine, et al. Awareness in contact, T. Gross, W. Prinz. Customizable collaborative editor relying on treeOPT algorithm, C.-L. Ignat, M.C. Norrie. Tourism and mobile technology, B. Brown, M. Chalmers. Moving to get ahead: Local mobility and collaborative work, J.E. Bardram, C. Bossen. "Repairing" the machine: A case study of evaluating computer-aided detection tools in breast screening, M. Hartswood, et al. Index of Authors.