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Towards a New Approach to Tightly Coupled Document Collaboration

Stijn Dekeyser
2004 Australasian Document Computing Symposium  
In this speculative short paper we describe a novel approach toward tightly coupled document collaboration, involving database-style synchronous client-server collaboration tailored to semi-structured  ...  On the side of tightly coupled distributed collaborative work, emerging XML databases are employing database-type concurrency control techniques, but unfortunately tend to lock entire documents preventing  ...  We list some of them here, and give a very brief indication of some of their individual drawbacks. Then we proceed with outlining a new approach to document collaboration.  ... 
dblp:conf/adcs/Dekeyser04 fatcat:y7kyspfgxrfy5mhstydvmn47te

Task Dependent Group Coupling and Territorial Behavior on Large Tiled Displays

Anton Sigitov, Anton Sigitov, André Hinkenjann, Ernst Kruijff, Ernst Kruijff, Oliver Staadt
2019 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
In this paper, we investigated the effects of task conditions on group behavior regarding collaborative coupling and territoriality during co-located collaboration on a wall-sized display.  ...  We could detect that participants tended to subdivide the task to approach it, in their opinion, in a more effective way, in parallel. We describe the subdivision strategies for both task conditions.  ...  That caused the transition to a new coupling.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2019.00128 pmid:33501143 pmcid:PMC7805936 doaj:067eca568fd445599a99adc423b983bc fatcat:lcwqgmei5jad7o3lja46mon36e

Supporting collaborative writing of hyperdocuments in SEPIA

Jörg M. Haake, Brian Wilson
1992 Proceedings of the 1992 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '92  
We feel that both synchronous and asynchronous cooperation are extremely important aspects of working in groups, and to ignore one or the other is to supply only half a solution to users.  ...  First, hypertext systems [7] allow for concurrent and incremental modification of documents as well as organizing and clustering documents as contexts of work.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported by a special grant from GMD-IPSI to Brian Wilson as a visiting scientist from Stanford University.  ... 
doi:10.1145/143457.143472 dblp:conf/cscw/HaakeW92 fatcat:k3k7inoh7rc3nakx3ldqiet32u

Take CoVer

Anja Haake, Jörg M. Haake
1993 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '93  
This leads to a versioned data management and an extended user-interface enabling concurrent users to select a certain state of their work, to be aware of related changes, and to cooperate with others  ...  documents, or reuse of document parts.  ...  Since authors may also want to modify the same version of a document, the loosely-coupled and tightly-coupled mode should also be supported in a versioned system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/169059.169320 dblp:conf/chi/HaakeH93 fatcat:huaf3nqdfnazrmbf2cpise4ola

SEPIA

Norbert Streitz, Jörg Haake, Jörg Hannemann, Andreas Lemke, Wolfgang Schuler, Helge Schütt, Manfred Thüring
1992 Proceedings of the ACM conference on Hypertext - ECHT '92  
Furthermore, we describe the extensions and modifications necessary to support multiple authors with the cooperative version of SEPIA.  ...  This is done by reporting about the design, development, and implementation of SEPIA and presenting results on dedicated and comprehensive authoring functionality addressing also the new rhetoric of hypermedia  ...  Acknowledgements We like to thank B. Bokowski, L.Kirchner, J. Schümmer, and Ch. Schuckmann helping us to implement SEPIA and DOLPHIN.  ... 
doi:10.1145/168466.168479 dblp:conf/echt/StreitzHHLSST92 fatcat:zpc3qgvvejfgdlgq7eesmxfbpe

Querytogether: Enabling entity-centric exploration in multi-device collaborative search

Salvatore Andolina, Khalil Klouche, Tuukka Ruotsalo, Patrik Floréen, Giulio Jacucci
2018 Information Processing & Management  
We present the design and implementation of QueryTogether, a multidevice collaborative search tool through which entities such as people, documents, and keywords can be used to compose queries that can  ...  However, fairly little attention has been devoted to the design of ubiquitous computing approaches for spontaneous exploration of large information spaces enabling co-located collaboration.  ...  Also, this approach only supported a form of loosely coupled collaboration, while it lacked support for tightly coupled collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2018.04.005 fatcat:fuilx75grrh2vk4hgzehk7sj5m

Aligning Work Practices and Mobile Technologies: Groupware Design for Loosely Coupled Mobile Groups [chapter]

David Pinelle, Jeff Dyck, Carl Gutwin
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This forces designers to start from scratch each time they develop a system for loosely coupled groups, and they must approach new work settings with little information about how work practices are organized  ...  In this dissertation, I present a design framework to improve the groupware design process for loosely coupled workgroups.  ...  Writers periodically collaborate in a tightly coupled fashion in order to merge their work, to divide tasks, and to develop new plans.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45233-1_14 fatcat:enjj3wydfrchldyip3h4znk4di

Guidelines for Designing Awareness-Augmented Mobile DUIs

Barrett Ens, Rasit Eskicioglu, Pourang Irani
2012 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
successfully employed overviews to inform users about their collaborators' current locations within a shared document.  ...  a shared display or separate viewports only Human factors HF-1 Coupling of Work Workspaces should allow users to switch between tightly and loosely coupled modes of collaboration HF-2 Distraction  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2012.715536 fatcat:s4i3r3bf6jbdboowci7iwduzhy

Beyond Presentation: Shared Slideware Control as a Resource for Collocated Collaboration

Debaleena Chattopadhyay, Francesca Salvadori, Kenton O'hara, Sean Rintel
2017 Human-Computer Interaction  
This paradigm limits group interactions, curtailing opportunities for attendees to use slides to participate in a collaborative discourse.  ...  We report on a detailed naturalistic case of using presentation in a design meeting, where participants used Office Social, an experimental slideware technology that enabled open access to shared interaction  ...  The authors would like to thank the Microsoft Office Remote team for the original design and source code that underpinned Office Social, Gavin Smyth for aiding in the development of Office Social, and  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2017.1388170 fatcat:ywitl3clzzbsplljjf6p6dblmq

Distortion-oriented Workspace Awareness in DOME [chapter]

Philip Weir, Andy Cockburn
1998 People and Computers XIII  
By providing one distorted region for each user of a groupware workspace, users can maintain an awareness of the location and activities of their colleagues while simultaneously having a focused area of  ...  Distortion-oriented visualization techniques such as magnification-lenses, zooming functions and fish-eye views are useful in a wide range of singleuser computing systems.  ...  Its starting point was a fisheye text viewer developed by Saul Greenberg while on sabbatical at the University of Canterbury.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3605-7_15 dblp:conf/bcshci/WeirC98 fatcat:5iuz4kc5bbflva3zr7dufhjxum

Towards a solution for synchronizing disparate models of ultra-large-scale systems

James H. Hill, Jules White, Sean Eade, Douglas Schmidt, Trip Denton
2008 Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on Ultra-large-scale software-intensive systems - ULSSIS '08  
Traditional model-driven engineering (MDE) techniques rely on a paradigm where systems are developed using tightly coupled, monolithic modeling tools.  ...  This position paper presents our approach to facilitate collaboration between disparate MDE tools and their models.  ...  We would particularly like to thank Rick Buskens, Edward Jones, and Srini Srinivasan for their help on this project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1370700.1370706 dblp:conf/icse/HillWESD08 fatcat:wywk7gftlfchfaxgai356vnrau

Collaborative design : managing task interdependencies and multiple perspectives [article]

Françoise Détienne
2007 arXiv   pre-print
This paper focuses on two characteristics of collaborative design with respect to cooperative work: the importance of work interdependencies linked to the nature of design problems; and the fundamental  ...  mechanisms in order to manage the integration of multiple perspectives in design.  ...  Further studies could be conducted on these issues, adopting a generic approach of design.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0611151v2 fatcat:7iaihq3d7vds5py4kftl5mj4a4

A Nodal Approach to Modeling Human-Agents Collaboration

Khudhair AbbasMohammed, Mohd Sharifuddin Ahmad, Salama A. Mostafa, M. A. Firdaus M. Sharifuddin
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
This paper proposes a Nodal Approach (NA) to simplified modeling of humans and software agents with their predefined functions for collaboration.  ...  Basically, the instantiation of nodes with diverse pre-defined functions in a workflow process could represent a domain in which humans interact with other humans via software agents in a collaborative  ...  Consequently, an agent is tightly coupled to its human counterpart to improve the workflow process [15] .  ... 
doi:10.5120/6158-8555 fatcat:jm4l4x2vwrgqjbcbfv4sxj2emu

From Spatial Proximity to Semantic Coherence: A Quantitative Approach to the Study of Group Dynamics in Collaborative Virtual Environments

Chaomei Chen, Katy Börner
2005 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
This article describes a quantitative approach to the study of group dynamics in Collaborative Information Visualization Environments (CIVEs).  ...  The major contribution of the work is the conceptualization and quantification of group coherence as a generic methodology for the study of a range of collaborative virtual environments such as collaborative  ...  Thanks also to the eight participants in the experiment and for their valuable feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1162/1054746053890260 fatcat:wcvmgdnpkjhhvmiiwyt25mzmzm

Collaborative design: Managing task interdependencies and multiple perspectives

Françoise Détienne
2006 Interacting with computers  
This paper focuses on two characteristics of collaborative design with respect to cooperative work: the importance of work interdependencies linked to the nature of design problems; and the fundamental  ...  mechanisms in order to manage the integration of multiple perspectives in design.  ...  Further studies could be conducted on these issues, adopting a generic approach of design.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2005.05.001 fatcat:iw4fzl3hkfdvdlokd6vpvfbpzy
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