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August 2010 SOCIALCOM '10: Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE Second International Conference on Social Computing
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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A survey is conducted to compare three different real-time groupware systems on some selected features. It has shown that with the advancement of Web 2.0 technologies, browser-based real-time groupware can now offer a level of functionality, interactivity, and graphical user interface more akin to their traditional, desktop-based counterparts. Users seem ...
Keywords: Real-time groupware, AJAX, Web 2.0

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April 2010 The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia - Web Science: Volume 16 Issue 1-2, April 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
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December 2008 International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology: Volume 4 Issue 1, December 2008
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
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A semantic net-based hypermedia approach to handling the semantics and behaviour of hypermedia structures emerging in a cooperative environment is presented. The semantic net-based hypermedia structures are visualised and manipulated in cooperative hypermedia browsers. Such hypermedia can be used to capture domain-specific information structures. Application-specific behaviour can be incorporated and ...
Keywords: visual hypermedia, computational hypermedia, hypermedia behaviour, knowledge representation, cooperative hypermedia, semantic networks, semantic web

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June 2008 WebScience '08: Proceedings of the hypertext 2008 workshop on Collaboration and collective intelligence
Publisher: ACM
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The success of e-democracy, large-scale knowledge creation, and social networking activities depends on wide participation and effective collaboration. Successful participation and collaboration needs effective facilitation support that can engage people, coordinate their joint actions and advance their common understanding. This work addresses the emerging facilitation support issues by developing a ...
Keywords: collaboration, coordination, participation, common understanding, framework, facilitation, web 2.0, www

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June 2008 WebScience '08: Proceedings of the hypertext 2008 workshop on Collaboration and collective intelligence
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The Web has been widely used as a platform for asynchronous collaboration. However, Web based synchronous groupware are still rare, especially those using standard Web browser as front-end. From a technical and social protocol co-evolution perspective, this work examines the Web technical protocol evolution and proposes an AJAX based approach ...
Keywords: collaboration, synchronous group framework, ajax, common ground, gwt, rich user experience, data replication, groupware toolkit, web 2.0

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June 2008 WebScience '08: Proceedings of the hypertext 2008 workshop on Collaboration and collective intelligence
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Many computational trust models measure collective trust or reputation by the total number or the percentage of (pure) positive feedback a collaborator received from a community. Such measurement usually failed to reflect on how deep a trust is (i.e., how many repeated/re-tested trustworthy collaborations a collaborator has had with another) ...
Keywords: reputation, trust breadth, trust depth, c-index, semantic web, collaboration, collective trust, trust index, agent, h-index

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June 2008 HT '08: Proceedings of the nineteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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The Web has been widely used as a platform for asynchronous collaboration. However, Web based synchronous groupware are still rare, especially those using standard Web browser as front-end. In this demonstration, a groupware system built on GWT and AJAX Push technology will be presented. The system provides a common foundation ...
Keywords: data replication, google web toolkit, synchronous groupware, web 2.0, ajax, gwt, rich user experience

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September 2007 HT '07: Proceedings of the eighteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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The effects of trust on the virtual team cannot be overstated. Trust is defined as the extent to which a person is confident in, and willing to act on the basis of, the words, actions and decisions of another [4]. It has been cited as the crucial aspect in virtual ...

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August 2006 HYPERTEXT '06: Proceedings of the seventeenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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Creating shared knowledge structures using cooperative hypermedia is a joint activity. The knowledge structures created should fit into the real world environment and reflect the common ground reached and evolved in the cooperation process of the knowledge workers. In order to facilitate the development of shared understanding among knowledge workers, ...
Keywords: cooperative hypermedia, common ground, grounding, shared knowledge structure, joint cognition

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September 2005 HYPERTEXT '05: Proceedings of the sixteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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This paper discusses how semantic holism, spatial hypertext, and schema-based hypertext concepts can support joint modeling by end users. The results are based on experiences with previously developed cooperative hypermedia systems for collaborative modeling.
Keywords: schema-based hypertext, spatial hypertext, joint modeling, semantic holism

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May 2005 CSCWD'05: Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design II
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Team building exercises are often carried out in a face-to-face setting using traditional tools, such as color pens, cards and pin boards. The success of such group exercises depends largely on the experience of facilitators. To support such activities for distributed teams, task-specific tools and coordination mechanisms are needed. In ...

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May 2004 International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology: Volume 19 Issue 3/4, May 2004
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
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Current distributed meeting support systems support meeting management, audio/video communication and application sharing. The modelling and the execution of meeting processes are usually not supported. Moreover, the overall business context of the meetings in an enterprise is missing. In this paper, a cooperative hypermedia system is presented, which provides jointly ...
Keywords: process support, virtual meetings, cooperative hypermedia, distributed meeting support, visual hypermedia

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August 2003 HYPERTEXT '03: Proceedings of the fourteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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Many enterprise resource planning (ERP) and project management systems are geared for monthly planning and analysis. Often, managers could not see what was going on in their businesses until it was too late to react. Real-time enterprises are emerging forms of agile organizations that can detect delays and respond fast. ...
Keywords: work management, cooperative hypermedia, multiple linked views, real-time enterprise

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January 2003 Journal of Network and Computer Applications - Special issue: Structural computing: research directions, systems and issues: Volume 26 Issue 1, 01 January 2003
Publisher: Academic Press Ltd.
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Interoperability and cross-fertilization of multiple hypermedia domains are relatively new concerns to the open hypermedia and structural computing community. Recent work in this area has explored integrated data models and component-based structural service architectures. This paper focuses on the user interface aspects relating to client applications of the structural services. ...
Keywords: hypertext domains, virtual enterprise, graphical hypermedia

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October 2002 On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems, 2002 - DOA/CoopIS/ODBASE 2002 Confederated International Conferences DOA, CoopIS and ODBASE 2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The trend towards rapid development and globalization of business activities requires business teams to carry out their projects in a distributed environment. Changes in the environment as well as in the team require these teams to continuously learn and to learn new knowledge and skills and to adapt their work ...

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September 2002 CRIWG '02: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Groupware: Design, Implementation and Use
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Most distributed meeting support systems focus on meeting management and audio/video communication mechanisms. They provide little support for a flexible meeting process and a shared information space with structure-rich visual artifacts. In this work, a cooperative visual hypermedia system is developed to provide visual hypermedia artifacts for team members to ...
Keywords: process support, cooperative hypermedia, distributed meeting support, visual hypermedia

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August 2002 MIS'02: Proceedings of the 2002 international conference on Metainformatics
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Knowledge management (KM) systems usually focus on specific tasks. In this paper, we identify B- and C-level improvement activities for cooperative KM based on Engelbart's ABC model of organizational improvement. We present a cooperative meta-modeling environment, which is based on cooperative hypermedia. It supports the configuration of domain-specific knowledge schemas ...

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June 2002 HYPERTEXT '02: Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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This work tries to bring hypermedia out of our multiple research-oriented cooperative hypermedia systems into the kinds of systems people in the real world can use. Meeting support for distributed teams is one of these and process support is another. The practical challenges include how to develop a (whiteboard-like) structure-rich ...

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September 2001 HYPERTEXT '01: Proceedings of the 12th ACM conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
Publisher: ACM
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Cooperative work in Extended Enterprises needs a flexible shared workspace for team members to access and manipulate shared information objects in a well-coordinated working process. Current shared workspace systems do not adequately support the evolving character of shared workspaces as needed by Extended Enterprises, i.e. the dynamic cooperation processes, various ...

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September 2001 CRIWG '01: Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Groupware
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Abstract: Current information technology for Extended Enterprise (EE) and virtual enterprises is fragmented. Shared, dynamic and holistic enterprise models are not adequately supported. In this paper, we analyze the requirements on modeling languages, infrastructures, and tools for supporting the EE life cycle. We take a model-driven approach to technology integration. ...
Keywords: Extended enterprise, virtual enterprise, enterprise modeling, cooperative hypermedia, process support.



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