Supporting Tailorability of Groupware through Component Architectures

@inproceedings{Stiemerling1997SupportingTO,
  title={Supporting Tailorability of Groupware through Component Architectures},
  author={Oliver Stiemerling},
  year={1997}
}
Tailorability is generally regarded as a key property of CSCW-systems, because cooperative activities provide for very dynamic and diversified requirements. Extensive tailorability has to be supported by the architecture of the application, which is determined by the design of the groupware platform. This contribution points out the value of a scaleable component architecture for groupware applications and raises some research questions concerning this approach. We propose a model of a… CONTINUE READING
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