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Proceedings of the 2014 CABS International Conference on Collaboration Across Boundaries

Fullname:CABS'14: Proceedings of the 5th ACM International Conference on Collaboration Across Boundaries: Culture, Distance & Technology
Editors:Naomi Yamashita; Vanessa Evers; Susan R. Fussell; Carolyn Rosé; Mary Beth Watson-Manheim
Location:Kyoto, Japan
Dates:2014-Aug-20 to 2014-Aug-22
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-2557-8; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ICIC14
Papers:24
Pages:141
Links:Conference Website
  1. Keynote 1 (opening keynote)
  2. Session 1: culture in international context
  3. Panel
  4. Session 2: intercultural small group collaboration
  5. Keynote 2
  6. Session 3: communicating in multi-lingual contexts
  7. Poster session (late breaking paper session)
  8. Session 4: cultural contexts for interaction
  9. Keynote 3 (closing keynote)

Keynote 1 (opening keynote)

Language, culture and boundary-spanning: pushing the frontiers of research on global learning and innovation BIBAFull-Text 1
  Mary Yoko Brannen

Session 1: culture in international context

Accelerating cultural capital: reproducing silicon valley culture in global ecosystems BIBAFull-Text 3
  Julia Katherine Haines
Trust in client-vendor relations: an empirical study of collaboration across national and organizational boundaries BIBAFull-Text 5-14
  Thomas Tøth
Avocados crossing borders: the missing common information infrastructure for international trade BIBAFull-Text 15-24
  Thomas Jensen; Niels Bjørn-Andersen; Ravi Vatrapu

Panel

Uses and benefits of qualitative approaches to culture in intercultural collaboration research BIBAFull-Text 25-27
  Sylvie Chevrier; Mary Yoko Brannen; Carol Hansen

Session 2: intercultural small group collaboration

10,000 miles across the room?: emergent coordination in multiparty collaboration BIBAFull-Text 29-30
  Greetje F. Corporaal; Julie Ferguson; Dick de Gilder; Peter Groenewegen
To be like you to be liked by you: cultural effects on adjusting awareness information gathering behavior BIBAFull-Text 31-40
  Nanyi Bi; Susan R. Fussell; Jeremy Birnholtz
Verbal cues of involvement in dyadic same-culture and cross-culture instant messaging conversations BIBAFull-Text 41-50
  Duyen T. Nguyen; Susan R. Fussell

Keynote 2

Cross cultural research, innovation and design in 2050 BIBAFull-Text 51
  Apala Lahiri Chavan

Session 3: communicating in multi-lingual contexts

TransDocument: exposing sentence structure for efficient translingual communication BIBAFull-Text 53-62
  Takeo Igarashi
Playing the 'silence' card: email affordances in international inter-firm interactions BIBAKFull-Text 63
  Niki Panteli; Joyce Y. H. Lee; Anne Marie Bulow
Do automated transcripts help non-native speakers catch up on missed conversation in audio conferences? BIBAFull-Text 65-72
  Ari Hautasaari; Naomi Yamashita
Effects of video and text support on grounding in multilingual multiparty audio conferencing BIBAFull-Text 73-81
  Andy Echenique; Naomi Yamashita; Hideaki Kuzuoka; Ari Hautasaari

Poster session (late breaking paper session)

Promoting intercultural awareness through native-to-foreign speech accent conversion BIBAFull-Text 83-86
  Takeshi Nishida
Comparison on negative attitude toward robots and related factors between japan and the uk BIBAFull-Text 87-90
  Tatsuya Nomura
Unintentional intercultural collaboration in the 17th century: German "ballen", Japanese "Balen" and Portuguese missionaries BIBAFull-Text 91-94
  Mami Hild
Cross-cultural communication protocol analysis BIBAFull-Text 95-98
  Kenji Terui; Reiko Hishiyama
Enhancing machine translation with crowdsourced keyword highlighting BIBAFull-Text 99-102
  Mei-Hua Pan; Hao-Chuan Wang
Social media use in higher educational organizations: a comparison of the US and Singapore BIBAFull-Text 103-106
  Mary Beth Watson-Manheim; Steve Jones; Chei Sian Lee; Eric Welch; Jodie Eason
Catching up in audio conferences: highlighting keywords in ASR transcripts for non-native speakers BIBAFull-Text 107-110
  Ari Hautasaari; Naomi Yamashita

Session 4: cultural contexts for interaction

Come_in@palestine: adapting a German computer club concept to a Palestinian refugee camp BIBAFull-Text 111-120
  Konstantin Aal; George Yerousis; Kai Schubert; Dominik Hornung; Oliver Stickel; Volker Wulf
Cultural differences in how an engagement-seeking robot should approach a group of people BIBAFull-Text 121-130
  Michiel P. Joosse; Ronald W. Poppe; Manja Lohse; Vanessa Evers
Marius, the giraffe: a comparative informatics case study of linguistic features of the social media discourse BIBAFull-Text 131-140
  Chris Zimmerman; Yuran Chen; Daniel Hardt; Ravi Vatrapu

Keynote 3 (closing keynote)

Evolution of human mind and culture viewed from the study of chimpanzees BIBAFull-Text 141
  Tetsuro Matsuzawa