Supporting Flexible Roles in a Shared Space

@inproceedings{Smith1998SupportingFR,
  title={Supporting Flexible Roles in a Shared Space},
  author={Randall B. Smith and Ranald Hixon and Bernard Horan},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={1998}
}
We describe the support forroles in a shared space application ad prog~g environment c~d Kansas. As in r~ty, the underlying physics of Kansas has no notion of role. However, roles are suppotied by two features of the system the spatial character of Kansas (which enables different views for Werent users) and a capabfity system that filters user inputs. Spatial positions and capabilities can be eas~y change so the support for roles is dynamic, tightweigh~ and flexible. Our system is simple, and… CONTINUE READING
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