Impedance Matching : When you need to know What

@inproceedings{Ramduny2002ImpedanceM,
  title={Impedance Matching : When you need to know What},
  author={Devina Ramduny and Alan Dix},
  year={2002}
}
Feedthrough and awareness of user activities are major issues in CSCW. A key difference between awareness and goal-directed feedthrough lies in the required pace and quality of feedthrough. Getting the right pace of feedthrough is important for usability and to avoid overloading networks. Notification mechanisms should therefore allow dynamic tuning of the pace and volume of update events. This matching of the required and supplied pace of update events we call impedance matching. A separable… CONTINUE READING