A uniform meta-model for modeling integrated cooperation

@inproceedings{Yang2002AUM,
  title={A uniform meta-model for modeling integrated cooperation},
  author={Guangxin Yang},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2002}
}
Process modeling is a central topic of research on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). Uniformity and flexibility in work representation and process enactment are two primary goals. We develop a novel meta-model capable of modeling uniformly a wide range of cooperation scenarios. We will discuss the key elements of the model and its computerized formalism, the Cova programming language, and its runtime system. We will describe in this language several typical cooperation scenarios to… CONTINUE READING

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