An Algorithm for Distributed Groupware Applications

  title={An Algorithm for Distributed Groupware Applications},
  author={Alain Karsenty and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon},
CSCW is a new and rapidly growing field. An important problem is concurrency control: current algorithms impose constraints on the user or are not general enough to be used by other applications. We present an algorithm that gives the best response time for the interface and, using the semantics of the application, reduces the number of undo and redo operations when 
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