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WYSIWIS revised: early experiences with multiuser interfaces

M. Stefik, D. G. Bobrow, G. Foster, S. Lanning, D. Tatar
1987 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Multiuser interfaces are essential to these tools. Multiuser interfaces provide meeting participants with simultaneous and shared access to the meeting database.  ...  WYSIWIS (What You See Is What I See) is a foundational abstraction for multiuser interfaces that expresses many of the characteristics of a chalkboard in face-to-face meetings.  ...  creating in PARC's Intelligent Systems Laboratory a rich, multidisciplinary environment in which projects like the Colab can flourish, and Austin Henderson and Stuart Card for reading and critiquing early  ... 
doi:10.1145/27636.28056 fatcat:j5hc6d36ojbx7nsn2u37lcgb5i

WYSIWIS revised

M. Stefik, D. G. Bobrow, S. Lanning, D. Tatar, G. Foster
1986 Proceedings of the 1986 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '86  
Multiuser interfaces are essential to these tools. Multiuser interfaces provide meeting participants with simultaneous and shared access to the meeting database.  ...  WYSIWIS (What You See Is What I See) is a foundational abstraction for multiuser interfaces that expresses many of the characteristics of a chalkboard in face-to-face meetings.  ...  creating in PARC's Intelligent Systems Laboratory a rich, multidisciplinary environment in which projects like the Colab can flourish, and Austin Henderson and Stuart Card for reading and critiquing early  ... 
doi:10.1145/637069.637107 dblp:conf/cscw/StefikBLTF86 fatcat:kt6rhwh76fhixm3ekrj44jpexm

WYSIWIS revised

M. Stefik, D. G. Bobrow, S. Lanning, D. Tatar, G. Foster
1986 Proceedings of the 1986 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '86  
Multiuser interfaces are essential to these tools. Multiuser interfaces provide meeting participants with simultaneous and shared access to the meeting database.  ...  WYSIWIS (What You See Is What I See) is a foundational abstraction for multiuser interfaces that expresses many of the characteristics of a chalkboard in face-to-face meetings.  ...  creating in PARC's Intelligent Systems Laboratory a rich, multidisciplinary environment in which projects like the Colab can flourish, and Austin Henderson and Stuart Card for reading and critiquing early  ... 
doi:10.1145/637104.637107 fatcat:itkfsb5w6zcshfi2d7bgo3cwsy

Architectural support for cooperative multiuser interfaces

R. Bentley, T. Rodden, P. Sawyer, I. Sommerville
1994 Computer  
revised: early experiences with multi-user interfaces, ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, 5(2), pp 147-167, 1987 [4] Dewan, P., Principles of designing multi-user user interface development  ...  These should make visible the policies for visualising and interacting with shared information to allow high-level tailoring and rapid revision of user interface designs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.291292 fatcat:mygcbjhqonfczjszzo3mvwxtbu

Groupware: some issues and experiences

Clarence A. Ellis, Simon J. Gibbs, Gail Rein
1991 Communications of the ACM  
, D. (1987) WYSIWIS Revised: Early Experiences with Multiuser Interfaces.  ...  "WYSIWIS revised: Early experience with multiuser interfaces". CSCW'86. Dourish and Bellotti. "Coordination and Awareness". CSCW'92 Nomura et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/99977.99987 fatcat:nyrgrlyzrnhcdocirankjfcnii

Groupware experiences in three-dimensional computer-aided design

Li Shu, Woodie Flowers
1992 Proceedings of the 1992 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '92  
A system that allows people to simultaneously modify a common design in a graphically rich environment was developed to identify and examine groapware interface issues unique to three-dimensional computer-aided  ...  Groupware Experiences in Three- Dimensional Computer-Aided Design, MIT S.M. thesis, WYSIWIS Revised: Early Experiences with Multiuser Interfaces, L.J.  ...  Another common interface-design issue in groupware involves the degree of sharing. [23] introduces WYSIWIS (What You See Is What I See), the foundational abstraction for multi-user applications that embodies  ... 
doi:10.1145/143457.143477 dblp:conf/cscw/ShuF92 fatcat:h3jkpfmflzdatpecxd7fdbckci

EXEC: An Evolvable and eXtensible Environment for Collaboration

Yi Yang, Du Li
2006 Fourth International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing (C5'06)  
Due to the clean separation between data and control, both user interface components (data) and coordination service components (control) can be reused for developing collaborative applications and be  ...  Although [2] is able to replace certain components in a subclass of Java applications with custom multiuser versions, relaxed WYSIWIS is only limited to these custom components while the rest of the  ...  The way people work together evolves over time as the users gain more experience with the system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/c5.2006.18 dblp:conf/c5/YangL06 fatcat:a3l7hrs37jcknbeoio7ccabwpm

Flexible collaboration transparency: supporting worker independence in replicated application-sharing systems

James Begole, Mary Beth Rosson, Clifford A. Shaffer
1999 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
To enhance the collaborative usability of a legacy application, the new approach transparently replaces selected single-user interface objects with multi-user versions at runtime.  ...  use network resources efficiently, and they impose an inflexible, tightly coupled style of collaboration because they do not adequately support important groupware principles: concurrent work, relaxed WYSIWIS  ...  I've really not had too much prior experience with dual typing, so being introduced to it makes it seem very extravagant."  ... 
doi:10.1145/319091.319096 fatcat:qojrisoldfczhpogaflwlpdbr4

Experiences with object-oriented group support software development

S. C. Hayne, M. Pendergast
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
Tartar, ““WYSIWIS Revised: Early Experiences with Multi-User Interfaces,"° ACM Transactions on Office In- formation Systems 5, No. 2, 147-186 (April, 1987). . G. Stefik, D. Foster, G. Bobrow, K.  ...  Therefore, multiuser interfaces must support this behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.341.0096 fatcat:2thdsfxicrglnlbh2l5xvulglq

Page 227 of Journal of Management Information Systems Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

Journal of Management Information Systems  
WYSIWIS revised: Early expe- riences with multiuser interfaces. ACM Transactions on Information Systems, 5, 2 (1987), 147-167. 26. Subramanian, R., and Marsic, I. ViBE: Virtual biology experiments.  ...  Building real-time groupware with GroupKit, a groupware toolkit. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 3, | (1996), 66—106. 24. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1.  ... 

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  
Our early experiences with REDUCE had given us the critical insights and inspiration for the development of the TA approach and the design of CoWord and CoPowerPoint systems.  ...  With the combination of slide-show and normal-view editing interfaces in the same session, it becomes possible to dynamically revise the contents of the document being presented.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1031607.1031635 dblp:conf/cscw/XiaSSCS04 fatcat:yzvbx6qla5gmjk7sk77dallufu

Technologies for Enhancing Collocated Social Interaction: Review of Design Solutions and Approaches

Thomas Olsson, Pradthana Jarusriboonchai, Paweł Woźniak, Susanna Paasovaara, Kaisa Väänänen, Andrés Lucero
2019 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
To contribute with a new theoretical perspective, we identify various roles of technology relevant for enhancement, representing three abstract categories: facilitating, inviting and encouraging.  ...  We thank Sus Lyckvi and Olof Torgersson for their contributions in the early phases of the review process.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the reviewers for their very insightful comments and critique, which helped significantly revising the initial manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-019-09345-0 fatcat:xgvqdzd22jfsdfiyxlgauujwte

Computer-supported argumentation: A review of the state of the art

Oliver Scheuer, Frank Loll, Niels Pinkwart, Bruce M. McLaren
2010 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Some of these tools are used in individual fashion, to present students with the "rules" of argumentation in a particular domain and give them an opportunity to practice, while other tools are used in  ...  In this paper, we review the extensive literature on argumentation systems, both individual and collaborative, and both supportive and educational, with an eye toward particular aspects of the past work  ...  To use future (and some of today's) argumentation systems, one will only require a Web browser and still have access to an appealing and highly usable multiuser interface.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-009-9080-x fatcat:63mksoua6rcthd7dfhdr5no6ca

FROM AWARENESS TO TEAMROOMS, GROUPWEB AND TURBOTURTLE: EIGHT SNAPSHOTS OF RECENT WORK IN THE GROUPLAB PROJECT [article]

S. Greenberg, C. Gutwin, A. Cockburn, M. Roseman, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
2008
Workspace Awareness Support With Radar Views 4. A Fisheye Text Editor for Relaxed-WYSIWIS Groupware 5.  ...  People can share their views of pages in real time, can gesture around it with telepointers, and can add group annotations to a page with a groupware editor.  ...  Our early usage experiences with TeamRooms are quite encouraging, and we have found that it does afford many of the same behaviors seen when teams share a physical space. a person's interaction with the  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/30690 fatcat:3k7qp5wwvzdj5fvyzqfeda4vzi

GSI demo

Edward Tse, Saul Greenberg, Chia Shen
2006 Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Multimodal interfaces - ICMI '06  
I then described how to design multi user speech and gesture interfaces atop of existing single user applications.  ...  With the advent of very large, high resolution and affordable digital displays researchers are investigating interaction techniques suitable for collaborative work.  ...  People can easily interface with the digital media used in their current workflows.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1180995.1181012 dblp:conf/icmi/TseGS06 fatcat:nef7q2s3wnh53h3fwusmgditum
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