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Proceedings of ACM CSCW'86 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

Fullname:ACM CSCW'86 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Editors:Herb Krasner; Irene Greif
Location:Austin, Texas
Dates:1986-Dec-03 to 1986-Dec-05
Publisher:MCC
Standard No:ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CSCW86; ISBN: 1-23-456789-0
Papers:35
Pages:390
  1. I -- supporting face-to-face groups
  2. II -- empirical studies
  3. III -- supporting distributed groups
  4. Panel A: collaboration & offices: cooperative work in the office
  5. Panel B: collaboration design: technology futures
  6. IV -- hypertext systems
  7. V -- underlying technology for collaborative systems
  8. VI -- collaboration research
  9. Panel C: from theories to systems
  10. Panel D: computer-supported groups: trends & markets
  11. VII -- interfaces: multi-media and multi-user
  12. VIII -- industrial experiences with computer-supported groups
  13. IX -- coordination and decision making
  14. X -- invited speaker

I -- supporting face-to-face groups

Project Nick: meetings augmentation and analysis BIBFull-Text 1-6
  Michael Begeman; Peter Cook; Clarence Ellis; Mike Graf; Gail Rein; Tom Smith
Cognoter: theory and practice of a colab-orative tool BIBAFull-Text 7-15
  Gregg Foster; Mark Stefik
A group decision support system for idea generation and issue analysis in organization planning BIBAFull-Text 16-34
  Lynda M. Applegate; Benn R. Konsynski; J. F. Nunamaker

II -- empirical studies

The variable impact of computer technologies on the organization of work activities BIBAFull-Text 35-42
  Jeanette L. Blomberg
Cognitive science and organizational design: a case study of computer conferencing BIBAFull-Text 43-61
  Kevin Crowston; Thomas W. Malone; Felix Lin
Narratives at work: story telling as cooperative diagnostic activity BIBAFull-Text 62-72
  Julian E. Orr

III -- supporting distributed groups

Constraints on communication and electronic mail BIBAFull-Text 73-90
  Martha S. Feldman
Evolving electronic communication networks: an empirical assessment BIBFull-Text 91-101
  J. D. Eveland; T. K. Bikson
Semi-structured messages are surprisingly useful for computer-supported coordination BIBAFull-Text 102-114
  Thomas W. Malone; Kenneth R. Grant; Kum-Yew Lai; Ramana Rao; David Rosenblitt
The AMIGO Project: advanced group communication model for computer-based communications environment BIBAKFull-Text 115-142
  Thore Danielsen; Uta Pankoke-Babatz; Wolfgang Prinz; Ahmed Patel; Paul-André Pays; Knut Smaaland; Rolf Speth

Panel A: collaboration & offices: cooperative work in the office

Panel on alternative views of cooperative work in the office BIBFull-Text 143
  Clarence A. Ellis

Panel B: collaboration design: technology futures

Panel session on collaborative design: technology futures BIBFull-Text 144-145
  Herb Krasner; John Tang; Bill Curtis; Chris Bullen; Walt Scacchi

IV -- hypertext systems

Contexts: a partitioning concept for hypertext BIBAFull-Text 147-152
  Norman Delisle; Mayer Schwartz
Supporting collaboration in NoteCards BIBAFull-Text 153-162
  Randall H. Trigg; Lucy A. Suchman; Frank G. Halasz
Intermedia: issues, strategies, and tactics in the design of a hypermedia document system BIBAFull-Text 163-174
  L. Nancy Garrett; Karen E. Smith; Norman Meyrowitz

V -- underlying technology for collaborative systems

Data sharing in group work BIBAFull-Text 175-183
  Irene Greif; Sunil Sarin
Network-based systems for asynchronous group communication BIBAFull-Text 184-191
  N. Jarrell; W. Barrett
Tools help people co-operate only to the extent that they help them share goals and terminology BIBAFull-Text 192-201
  Robert Neches

VI -- collaboration research

A language/action perspective on the design of cooperative work BIBAFull-Text 203-220
  Terry Winograd
A framework for studying research collaboration BIBAFull-Text 221-228
  Lucy A. Suchman; Randall H. Trigg
Relationships and tasks in scientific research collaborations BIBAFull-Text 229-245
  Robert Kraut; Jolene Galegher; Carmen Egido
Collaboration research in SCL BIBAFull-Text 246-251
  George O. Goodman; Mark J. Abel

Panel C: from theories to systems

From theories to systems BIBFull-Text 253
  Anatol Holt; Thomas W. Malone; Ronald Stamper; Terry Winograd; Paul M. Cashman

Panel D: computer-supported groups: trends & markets

Computer-supported groups: trends & markets BIBFull-Text 254
  Robert Johansen

VII -- interfaces: multi-media and multi-user

A performing medium for working group graphics BIBAFull-Text 255-266
  Fred Lakin
An experiment in integrated multimedia conferencing BIBAFull-Text 267-275
  Keith A. Lantz
WYSIWIS revised: early experiences with multi-user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 276-290
  M. Stefik; D. G. Bobrow; S. Lanning; D. Tatar; G. Foster

VIII -- industrial experiences with computer-supported groups

Computer teleconferencing: experience at Hewlett-Packard BIBAFull-Text 291-306
  Tony Fanning; Bert Raphael
Achieving sustainable complexity through information technology: theory and practice BIBAFull-Text 307-317
  Paul M. Cashman; David Stroll
Computer-supported cooperative work: examples and issues in one federal agency BIBFull-Text 318-324
  Cathleen Stasz; Tora K. Bikson

IX -- coordination and decision making

Chaos as coordination technology BIBAFull-Text 325-342
  F. De Cindio; G. De Michelis; C. Simone; R. Vassallo; A. M. Zanaboni
Using a computer-based tool to support collaboration: a field experiment BIBFull-Text 343-352
  Bonnie Johnson; Geraldine Weaver; Margrethe H. Olson; Robert Dunham; Grady McGonagill
Computer-based systems for cooperative work and group decisionmaking: status of use and problems in development BIBAFull-Text 353-375
  Kenneth L. Kraemer; John Leslie King
Synview: the design of a system for cooperative structuring of information BIBAFull-Text 376-385
  David G. Lowe

X -- invited speaker

Enhancing creativity with collaborative tools BIBAFull-Text 386
  John Seely Brown