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software that can be used by a group of people who are working on the same information but may be distributed in space

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Linkability | This term is borrowed from coordinative artifacts studied in the context of CSCW [36].
Since the inception of CSCW in 1984 (Grudin & Poltrock, 1997), it has provided a virtual collaboration technology that offers participants a promising option of not being physically present at a cooperation.
For example, CSCW has developed various forms of support for communication, coordination, and sharing to transcend spatial and temporal separation as naturally and unobtrusively as possible.
Putting it all together: Requirements for a CSCW platform.
(Eds.), Proceedings of the ACM CSCW'94 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, New York: ACM Press, 207-217.
One way of describing this evolution is moving from the context of CBR with a focus on structural similarity to that of computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) with a focus on communication (see Ackerman [2003]) and simple natural language input.
Current multimedia databases rely on an object-oriented data model, and transactions in such a database can be long and cooperating, such as the computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) authoring environment, as well as exhibit some real-time factors, as in multimedia presentations.
He has over 100 publications in robotics, computer vision, algebraic algorithms, computational geometry, graphics, HCI, CSCW and computer-assisted learning.
Using ethnography in the design of computer-based systems has become increasingly prominent, especially within the research communities of computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), but also within participatory design, and human-computer interaction.
Conferences have also addressed special software application problems related to office automation, expert systems, legal liability for software deficiencies, legal protection of software, CSCW and groupware, human-oriented software design as a competitive factor, and interdependence of organization and software.
In Proceedings of the CSCW 94 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.
Today such shared data and Computer-Supported Cooperative work (CSCW) is skyrocketing with the World-Wide Web.
Tutorial presented at the CSCW '94 Conference (Oct.
In Proceedings of the CSCW, ACM Press, New York, 1988.