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The WorldWide Web (WWW) is an extremely effective mechanism for sharing information throughout the world via a web of links. These links allow anyone with a connection to the Internet to unearth large amounts of information on multitudes of topics. However, access to this information is asynchronous, with no way for users to interact with each other in real(More)
Internet use in much of the world, it has become possible to consider designing tools that support collaboration. Whereas network communications links previously required semi-custom solutions for each user community, Internet/Web-based communications are capable of reaching a much larger group of people. Habanero TM was written to facilitate the use of(More)
As VRML becomes the standard for describing 3D scenes on the Internet, many VRML viewers are being developed with proprietary interests or for speciic target systems or protocols. VRweb is a VRML viewer providing the same user interface for multiple Web protocols WWW, Gopher, and Hyper-G and multiple platforms Unix, Windows, and Macintosh and is available(More)
The inegrated synchronous and asynchronous collaboration (ISAAC) project [1] is constructing a communication and collaboration system to bridge traditional workgroup barriers of time and space. Possible applications include military command and control, corporate real-time collaboration, and distributed teams of research scientists. Thus, this system must(More)
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