Modelling Shared Contexts in Cooperative Environments: Concept, Implementation, and Evaluation

@article{Gross2004ModellingSC,
  title={Modelling Shared Contexts in Cooperative Environments: Concept, Implementation, and Evaluation},
  author={Tom Gross and Wolfgang Prinz},
  journal={Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={283-303}
}
Users who work together require adequate information about their cooperative environment: about other group members’ presence and activities, about shared artefacts, etc. In the CSCW literature several concepts, prototypes, and systems for providing this group awareness information have been presented. In general, they capture information from the environment, process it, and present it to the users. This paper addresses the processing aspect; in particular, we present a concept for processing… CONTINUE READING
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