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Extending document management systems with user-specific active properties

Paul Dourish, W. Keith Edwards, Anthony LaMarca, John Lamping, Karin Petersen, Michael Salisbury, Douglas B. Terry, James Thornton
2000 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Augmenting property-based document management systems with active properties that carry executable code enables the provision of document-based services on a property infrastructure.  ...  The Placeless Documents system is an experimental prototype developed to explore this new paradigm. It is based on the seamless integration of user-specific, active properties.  ...  Our interns, Dirk Balfanz, Jon Howell, Eyal de Lara and Minwen Ji, contributed to the development of our prototype implementation, and early users including Ian Smith, Tom Rodden, Michelle Baldonado and  ... 
doi:10.1145/348751.348758 fatcat:v6gl56ojfvagvljwsbqaiwgqji

The web page as a WYSIWYG end-user customizable database-backed information management application

David R. Karger, Scott Ostler, Ryan Lee
2009 Proceedings of the 22nd annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '09  
Dido's active document metaphor has been explored before but we show how, given today's web infrastructure, it can be deployed in a small self-contained HTML document without touching a web client or server  ...  In contrast, Dido encourages and enables the end user to edit (not code) in his or her web browser a distinct ephemeral interaction "wrapper" for each data collection that is specifically suited to its  ...  By adding new properties to the lens, the user implicitly extends the schema.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1622176.1622223 dblp:conf/uist/KargerOL09 fatcat:aryucfsrn5egtoxjcphx3hqvz4

A programming model for active documents

Paul Dourish, W. Keith Edwards, Jon Howell, Anthony LaMarca, John Lamping, Karin Petersen, Michael Salisbury, Doug Terry, Jim Thornton
2000 Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '00  
We have been developing an active document management system called Placeless Documents.  ...  We have found that active properties enable the creation of persistent, autonomous active entities in document systems, independent of specific repositories and applications, but present challenges for  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Dirk Balfanz, Jacek Gwizdka, Minwen Ji, Eyal de Lara and Ian Smith for their bravery in experimenting with active properties.  ... 
doi:10.1145/354401.354410 dblp:conf/uist/DourishEHLLPSTT00 fatcat:fj6l3rc2svadrba3el5w7joz24

A personalized recommendation framework based on cam and document annotations

Julien Broisin, Mihaela Brut, Valentin Butoianu, Florence Sedes, Philippe Vidal
2010 Procedia Computer Science  
The original aspect of this recommendation approach consists in combining a user activity tracking system with the exploitation of the semantic annotations associated with resources.  ...  Our approach is based on an existing tracking system that captures the user current activity, which is extended to build a user profile that comprises his/her interests in term of ontological concepts.  ...  learning objects/repositories, curriculums/learning management systems, users and activities they process on these entities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.08.009 fatcat:ko3z7zbhfrhtfinoufuhvlxmpy

The Appropriation of Interactive Technologies: Some Lessons from Placeless Documents

Paul Dourish
2003 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Drawing examples from applications developed as part of a novel document management system, it develops an initial set of design principles for appropriable technologies.  ...  Understanding appropriation is a key problem for developing interactive systems, since it critical to the success of technology deployment.  ...  Acknowledgements Many people contributed to the development of the Placeless Documents system.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1026149119426 fatcat:qizrcw7pfravxhgju2i44p5ogi

Model-Driven User Requirements Specification using SysML

Michel Dos Santos Soares, Jos Vrancken
2008 Journal of Software  
The approach is illustrated by a list of user requirements for a road traffic management system.  ...  The main advantages are that user requirements are graphically modeled, their relationships are explicitly mapped, and system decomposition is considered in the early system development activities.  ...  This paper is related to user requirements development, mainly the activities of documenting and analyzing requirements for software systems.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.3.6.57-68 fatcat:5sooavgeerd3dkqx25yibzxpum

Implementation of a Learning Design Run-Time Environment for the .LRN Learning Management System

José Pablo Escobedo del Cid, Luis De la Fuente Valentí­n, Sergio Gutiérrez, Abelardo Pardo, Carlos Delgado Kloos
2007 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
This paper describes GRAIL, an IMS Learning Design run-time environment supporting all three levels of the specification and fully integrated with the .LRN Learning Management System.  ...  In the last few years there has been several tools implementing such functionality, but most of them are standalone and do not benefit from the integration with a Learning Management System.  ...  Level B: Managing properties Level B extends the specification to include properties and conditions that are dynamically updated and evaluated with values obtained during the execution of the UoL.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2007-7 fatcat:q2a7y73f5fgd3abnqxsdgi6hv4

Preventing document leakage through active document

Zeyad S. Aaber, Richard M. Crowder, Nawfal F. Fadhel, Gary B. Wills
2014 World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS-2014)  
The security of these documents suffers when they have migrated outside the organisation security system, as there is not always a way to extend the enterprise security policy to limit/prevent access to  ...  This paper presents the challenges faced when preventing document leakage. We propose active document as a measure to control/limit access when electronic document are outside its domain.  ...  The system functions will read the active properties and then ensure the user can see what only permitted by these active properties.  ... 
doi:10.1109/worldcis.2014.7028166 dblp:conf/worldcis/AaberCFW14 fatcat:lrgphexpefg2lpzpmavzggoci4

Supporting Collaborative Learning Activities with a Digital Library and Annotations [chapter]

Tiago Rios da Rocha, Roberto Willrich, Renato Fileto, Saïd Tazi
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It is important that an annotation system for DLs should be easily integrated with existing DLs.  ...  DLNotes also supports supervised annotation activities and allows discussion threads to be associated with each annotation, what is particularly important for e-learning.  ...  The following developments are among the future works: (i) integration of DLNotes with Moodle, (ii) services for semantic searches based on the knowledge acquired by using DLNotes, (iii) a module for the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03115-1_37 fatcat:li766bgsn5hvpn66u676juwyfe

Recommendation system on knowledge management system via OAI-PMH

Nyoman Karna, Iping Supriana, Nur Maulidevi
2017 2017 4th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Informatics (EECSI)  
Knowledge Management System (KMS) might be a transformation from Library Management System (LMS).  ...  One of this functionality is recommendation system, where patron may receive related and recommended reading, usually based on subject similarity between knowledge documents.  ...  System platform.  ... 
doi:10.1109/eecsi.2017.8239154 fatcat:7dyn4oedh5cfdc5nnu7255exna

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  
Typical applications of WebFlow include distributed document workspaces, inter/intraenterprise workflow, and electronic commerce.  ...  With the CLF/WebFlow approach, we can extend both workspace servers with resource managers that map (versions of) documents into resources.  ...  The activity servers manage states and properties of the tasks to be performed. 4. User directories are obtained by wrapping up pre-existing user directories. 5.  ... 
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)  
Typical applications of WebFlow include distributed document workspaces, inter/intraenterprise workflow, and electronic commerce.  ...  With the CLF/WebFlow approach, we can extend both workspace servers with resource managers that map (versions of) documents into resources.  ...  The activity servers manage states and properties of the tasks to be performed. 4. User directories are obtained by wrapping up pre-existing user directories. 5.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1008652312739 fatcat:iwa7gnom7rentga5hfgiekcj3i

Social Ontology Documentation for Knowledge Externalization [chapter]

Gonzalo A. Aranda-Corral, Joaquín Borrego-Díaz, Antonio Jiménez-Mavillard
2010 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Machine-readable knowledge provides a basis to enhance knowledge management. A promising approach is the empowering of Knowledge Externalization by the community (users, employees).  ...  Also, they have to ask whether is possible to enhance its management.  ...  However, it does not have a specific ontology for user documentation as OntoxicWiki. AceWiki 8 also uses a wiki to manage ontologies in an intuitively way and hides OWL and logic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16552-8_14 fatcat:zke3kayverarxlxgdnjjhammde

Taking the Work out of Workflow: Mechanisms for Document-Centered Collaboration [chapter]

Anthony LaMarca, W. Keith Edwards, Paul Dourish, John Lamping, Ian Smith, Jim Thornton
1999 ECSCW' 99  
The design of CSCW systems must typically address both of these, combining them in a collaborative application.  ...  There are two aspects to technical support for collaborative activity; support for content work and support for coordination.  ...  Acknowledgments The Placeless Documents project at PARC is a large effort that has benefited from the involvement and support of many people.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-4441-4_1 dblp:conf/ecscw/LaMarcaEDLST99 fatcat:gziv662jrzanphe3xytxytttam

Data management support for asynchronous groupware

Nuno Preguiça, J. Legatheaux Martins, Henrique Domingos, Sérgio Duarte
2000 Proceedings of the 2000 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '00  
Unlike most data management systems, awareness support is integrated in the system. To improve the chance for new contributions, the system provides high data availability.  ...  In asynchronous collaborative applications, users usually collaborate accessing and modifying shared information independently.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank our students for helpful feedback on the system and for supporting us with the implementation of several applications (in particular, we would like to thank Inês  ... 
doi:10.1145/358916.358972 dblp:conf/cscw/PreguicaMDD00 fatcat:fkxbm3dwgvhcdouddebl3hgdze
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