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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
When people work collaboratively on a shared document, they have two contradictory requirements on their editors that may affect the efficiency of their work. On the one hand, they would like to know what other people are currently doing on a particular part of the document. On the other hand, they would like to focus their attention on their own current work, with as little disturbance from the concurrent activities as possible. We present some features that help the user handle disturbancedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-66805-5_5 fatcat:lfnhv2zfd5hhfp6d2fwv53kjyy