By Anthony LaMarca, W. Keith Edwards, Paul Dourish, John Lamping, Ian Smith (auth.), Suanne Bødker, Morten Kyng, Kjeld Schmidt (eds.)
The emergence of community amenities and the elevated availability of non-public computers during the last decade has obvious a transforming into curiosity within the use of pcs to aid cooperative paintings. This quantity comprises the lawsuits of the 6th eu convention on computing device Supported Cooperative paintings (CSCW), a multi-disciplinary zone which embraces either the improvement of latest applied sciences and an realizing of the connection among know-how and society.
those complaints current a set of papers that surround actions within the box, treating such matters as digital environments, makes use of of the net, experiences of cooperative paintings and rising versions, reports of groupware platforms in use in real-world settings, and theories and methods to help the advance of cooperative purposes. The articles function rising applied sciences along new tools and ways to the growth of this significant category of purposes.
Audience: This paintings displays the easiest of the present learn and perform inside of CSCW. it is going to attract either researchers and practitioners whose paintings contains laptop and knowledge technology, human-computer interplay, info structures, hypermedia, organisational/social informatics and social reports of technology and technology.
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