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Leveraging single-user applications for multi-user collaboration

Steven Xia, David Sun, Chengzheng Sun, David Chen, Haifeng Shen
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '04  
In our opinion, for data-centric collaborative work like document editing, concurrent and consistent data-sharing is a requirement; flexible sharing of various aspects of the user interface activities  ...  Suitability for Data-Centric Collaboration The TA approach is most suitable to building data-centric collaborative applications like CoWord/CoPowerPoint, whose primary objective is to achieve concurrent  ... 
doi:10.1145/1031607.1031635 dblp:conf/cscw/XiaSSCS04 fatcat:yzvbx6qla5gmjk7sk77dallufu

Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) [chapter]

Kevin L. Mills
2009 Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, Third Edition  
In this entry, we consider various definitions for computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) and related terms, and we draw outlines around the large scope covered by CSCW.  ...  We review the current state of practice for CSCW, along with some promising technologies. We close with our outlook for CSCW.  ...  For this reason, a group audio channel is sometimes augmented with a separate distribution channel for sharing views of a document and for highlighting on the document.  ... 
doi:10.1081/e-elis3-120043882 fatcat:bu5hqsvb3rfmzlfzqwjxwnweum

Collaborative and social development environments: a literature review

Hani Bani Salameh, Clinton Jeffery
2014 International journal of computer applications in technology  
These programming environments evolved from commandline tools, to text-based IDEs, graphical IDEs, and eventually to collaborative and social development environments (SDEs).  ...  The importance of collaboration within software engineering is addressed, followed by detailed information about collaborative systems for software development.  ...  There are many systems available, including shared editors that allow n-users to create documents in a controlled synchronous manner, co-authoring systems that allow for asynchronous collaboration on documents  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcat.2014.060520 fatcat:zxwtrrpaqvhqfpf46kabe3hrnu

Secure Scuttlebutt

Dominic Tarr, Erick Lavoie, Aljoscha Meyer, Christian Tschudin
2019 Proceedings of the 6th ACM Conference on Information-Centric Networking - ICN '19  
Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB) is a novel peer-to-peer event-sharing protocol and architecture for social apps.  ...  We also provide a comparison with Named Data Networking (NDN), an existing information-centric networking architecture, to motivate a larger exploration of the design space for information-centric networking  ...  Also, users do not need to depend on any single, privileged central authority, including cloud-based service providers and instead participate in deliberately isolated networks, for example limited to  ... 
doi:10.1145/3357150.3357396 dblp:conf/acmicn/TarrLMT19 fatcat:aekfffnurnci3psc7sc7bl7u4u

A Framework for Distributed Information Management in the Virtual Enterprise: The Vega Project [chapter]

Alain Zarli, Patrice Poyet
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Acknowledgments The authors thank all the partners for their collaboration within VEGA,  ...  Any system, and especially if distributed, must provide some reliable way to control the execution of such concurrent processes, possibly warning the users that some conflict has arisen, and providing  ...  the well-known advantages of CIS systems (application-and server-centric architectures), with the openness of the WEB (with WEB browsers and servers: unified information access, dialog control, user-friendly  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35577-1_19 fatcat:jh3oryclsjdqhd2mra5cepdvju

A Generic Architecture for User-Centric Portlet Integration

Oliver Gmelch, Gunther Pernul
2012 2012 IEEE 14th International Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing  
In this paper, an architecture for dynamic application integration in web-based portal systems is presented which focuses on the user as the centre of consideration.  ...  The topic of "networked enterprises" describes flexible organisations characterised by distributed teams of partner companies, humans, computer applications, autonomous robots, and devices collaborating  ...  The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of the authors and in no way represents the view of the European Commission or its services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cec.2012.20 dblp:conf/wecwis/GmelchP12 fatcat:b4zeywh4m5f4zobrwmp33nyu24

Distributed Coordination and Workflow on the World Wide Web [chapter]

Antonietta Grasso, Jean-Luc Meunier, Daniele Pagani, Remo Pareschi
1997 Groupware and the World Wide Web  
In this paper we describe the general WebFlow architecture for distributed coordination, and then focus on the environment for distributed workflow.  ...  Typical applications of WebFlow include distributed document workspaces, inter/intraenterprise workflow, and electronic commerce.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Jean-Marc Andreoli, Hervé Gallaire and François Pacull and to the anonymous referees of the International Journal of CSCW for helpful comments on earlier drafts of this  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-5756-8_4 fatcat:ehgnz2oaqvbkjmio422o5oahby

Distributed Coordination and Workflow on the World Wide Web

Antonietta Grasso, Jean-Luc Meunier, Daniele Pagani, Remo Pareschi
1997 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
In this paper we describe the general WebFlow architecture for distributed coordination, and then focus on the environment for distributed workflow.  ...  Typical applications of WebFlow include distributed document workspaces, inter/intraenterprise workflow, and electronic commerce.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Jean-Marc Andreoli, Hervé Gallaire and François Pacull and to the anonymous referees of the International Journal of CSCW for helpful comments on earlier drafts of this  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1008652312739 fatcat:iwa7gnom7rentga5hfgiekcj3i

SRG: A Digital Document-Enhanced Service Oriented Research Grid

Geoffrey Fox, Ahmet Fatih Mustacoglu, Ahmet E. Topcu, Aurel Cami
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration  
We describe a new framework for building a system that consists of tools and services for supporting Cyberinfrastructure based scientific research.  ...  systems) and aims to develop added-value communitybuilding tools that leverage the semantic analysis of digital documents.  ...  Versioning tools for software development, such as Concurrent Versions System (CVS) or Subversion (SVN), and Wikis are well-known examples of collaborative systems that provide such mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iri.2007.4296598 dblp:conf/iri/FoxMTC07 fatcat:crjoeg6mhbfbxe6hikpyfrqupq

New Data Structure For Old Musical Open Works

Sergio Canazza, Antonina Dattolo
2008 Zenodo  
This paper proposes an innovative agent-based system to model the information and organize it in structured knowledge; to create effective, graph-centric browsing perspectives and views for the user; to  ...  use , , authoring tools for the performance of open work of electro-acoustic music.  ...  Will be introduced innovative authoring tools able to make open a musical work, enabling the user to become self-author of new versions for a given work.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1179506 fatcat:4vk33jsrgran7afm3o333wwyxi

Workflow Applications to Research Agenda: Scalable and Dynamic Work Coordination and Collaboration Systems [chapter]

Amit Sheth, Krys J. Kochut
1998 Workflow Management Systems and Interoperability  
Many organizations have a c hieved signi cant advantages using the work ow technology in terms of reduced paper work and faster ow o f document-centric information (through electronic documentation and  ...  Centralized, homogeneous, and desktop-oriented technologies have g i v en way to more distributed, heterogeneous, and network-centric ones.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-58908-9_3 fatcat:gczcrwwbvncpbe23635n4izf3q

Object-Centered Process Modeling: Principles to Model Data-Intensive Systems [chapter]

Rui Henriques, António Rito Silva
2011 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
However, since emergent approaches, as artifact-centric, data-driven, product-based and document-based modeling, cover reduced subsets of all data-related needs, they have a limited practical impact [13  ...  direction, centered in expressive object models and in model transformations, for the support of the introduced principles.  ...  authorized data-access using knowledge-bases (1) and captures ad-hoc forms of collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20511-8_62 fatcat:hvbjw7iawfct3cnesrdheumjxq

Public Domain Databases for Medicinal Chemistry

George Nicola, Tiqing Liu, Michael K. Gilson
2012 Journal of Medicinal Chemistry  
Similarly, if one is prioritizing several lead compounds for further development, the observation that one lead is similar to a published compound known to bind a different target might lead one to reduce  ...  It provides an overview of what each database contains and how the information is structured, since this is important for effective use; explains how to perform basic tasks; and notes special capabilities  ...  Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health or the European Commission.  ... 
doi:10.1021/jm300501t pmid:22731701 pmcid:PMC3427776 fatcat:dzbzfdturrb7lljocuu6s3ht3y

MEMOSys: Bioinformatics platform for genome-scale metabolic models

Stephan Pabinger, Robert Rader, Rasmus Agren, Jens Nielsen, Zlatko Trajanoski
2011 BMC Systems Biology  
Moreover, the integrated web board, the authorization system, and the definition of user roles allow collaborations across departments and institutions.  ...  The web application is based on the Java EE framework and offers an intuitive user interface. It currently contains six annotated microbial metabolic models.  ...  We thank Wanwipa Vongsangnak for valuable discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1752-0509-5-20 pmid:21276275 pmcid:PMC3045322 fatcat:lvv2jujrpjgmjjtaoomvid2kku

DAPT: A package enabling distributed automated parameter testing

Ben Duggan, John Metzcar, Paul Macklin
2021 Gigabyte  
Modern agent-based models (ABM) and other simulation models require evaluation and testing of many different parameters.  ...  By hosting parameters in an online (and often free) "database", multiple individuals can run parameter sets simultaneously in a distributed fashion, enabling ad hoc crowdsourcing of computational power  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Daniel Murphy and Brandon Fischer for helping with the design and initial testing of DAPT.  ... 
doi:10.46471/gigabyte.22 fatcat:j7o3t5ycyjhozmspjeuley4fqq
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