CSCW tools: concepts and architectures

  title={CSCW tools: concepts and architectures},
  author={Walter Reinhard and Jean Schweitzer and Gerd V{\"o}lksen and Michael Weber},
Building efficient frameworks for computer-supported cooperative work requires different approaches. The combination of CSCW transparency and awareness produces an advanced environment adaptable to specific applications. The authors provide a CSCW taxonomy that defines and describes criteria for identifying CSCW systems and serves as a basis for defining CSCW system requirements. They consider how the psychological, social, and cultural processes active within groups of collaborators are the… Expand
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