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Proceedings of the Ninth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

Fullname:Proceedings of ECSCW'05 European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Editors:Hans Gellersen; Kjeld Schmidt; Michel Beaudouin-Lafon; Wendy Mackay
Location:Paris, France
Dates:2005-Sep-18 to 2005-Sep-22
Publisher:Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard No:ISBN 1-4020-4022-9; hcibib: ECSCW05
Papers:24
Pages:489
Links:Online Proceedings | Conference Website | Publisher page
Ways of the hand BIBA 1-21
  David Kirk; Tom Rodden; Andy Crabtree
A design theme for tangible interaction: Embodied facilitation BIBA 23-43
  Eva Hornecker
Supporting high coupling and user-interface flexibility BIBA 45-64
  Vassil Roussev; Prasun Dewan
A groupware design framework for loosely coupled workgroups BIBA 65-82
  David Pinelle; Carl Gutwin
Formally analyzing two-user centralized and replicated architectures BIBA 83-102
  Sasa Junuzovic; Goopeel Chung; Prasun Dewan
Working together inside an emailbox BIBA 103-122
  Michael J. Muller; Daniel M. Gruen
Emergent temporal behaviour and collaborative work BIBA 123-142
  Lesley Seebeck; Richard Kim; Simon Kaplan
Managing currents of work: Multi-tasking among multiple collaborations BIBA 143-162
  Victor M. Gonzalez; Gloria Mark
The duality of articulation work in large heterogenous settings - a study in health care BIBA 163-183
  Louise Faergemann; Teresa Schilder-Knudsen; Peter Carstensen
Maintaining constraints in collaborative graphic systems: the CoGSE approach BIBA 185-204
  Kai Lin; David Chen; Chengzheng Sun; Geoff Dromey
Empirical investigation into the effect of orientation on text readability in tabletop displays BIBA 205-224
  Daniel Wigdor; Ravin Balakrishnan
An evaluation of techniques for reducing spatial interference in single display groupware BIBA 225-245
  Theophanis Tsandilas; Ravin Balakrishnan
Cellular phone as a collaboration tool that empowers and changes the way of mobile work: focus on three fields of work BIBA 247-266
  Eriko Tamaru; Kimitake Hasuike; Mikio Tozaki
Representations can be good enough BIBA 267-286
  Jacki O'Neill; Stefania Castellani; Antonietta Grasso; Frederic Roulland; Peter Tolmie
Using empirical data to reason about Internet research ethics BIBA 287-306
  James M. Hudson; Amy Bruckman
Community-based learning: Design patterns and frameworks BIBA 307-324
  John M. Carroll; Umer Farooq
Expertise sharing in a heterogeneous organizational environment BIBA 325-345
  Tim Reichling; Michael Veith
Local expertise at an emergency call centre BIBA 347-366
  Maria Normark; Dave Randall
Context grabbing: Assigning metadata in large document collections BIBA 367-386
  Joachim Hinrichs; Volkmar Pipek; Volker Wulf
Between chaos and routine: Boundary negotiating artifacts in collaboration BIBA 387-406
  Charlotte Lee
Coordination and collaboration environments for production lines: a user acceptance issue BIBA 407-426
  Francois Laborie; Stephane Chatty; Claude Reyterou
Sharing the square: collaborative leisure in the city streets BIBA 427-447
  Barry Brown; Matthew Chalmers; Marek Bell; Ian MacColl; Malcolm Hall; Paul Rudman
Informing public deliberation: Value sensitive design of indicators for a large-scale urban simulation BIBA 449-468
  Alan Borning; Batya Friedman; Janet Davis; Peyina Lin
The work to make a home network work BIBA 469-488
  Rebecca E. Grinter; W. Keith Edwards; Mark W. Newman