The design and architecture of reticularspaces: an activity-based computing framework for distributed and collaborative smartspaces

@inproceedings{Bardram2012TheDA,
  title={The design and architecture of reticularspaces: an activity-based computing framework for distributed and collaborative smartspaces},
  author={J. Bardram and S. Houben and S. Nielsen and Sofiane Gueddana},
  booktitle={EICS '12},
  year={2012}
}
  • J. Bardram, S. Houben, +1 author Sofiane Gueddana
  • Published in EICS '12 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Interactive workspaces are increasingly physically distributed, highlighting the challenge of building interfaces that support group interaction with digital documents through multiple locations and devices. This paper presents the technical implementation and user interface of ReticularSpaces. Based on the concepts and principles of Activity-Based Computing (ABC), ReticularSpaces implements a novel approach to smart space user interfaces, and supports task-based information management… CONTINUE READING

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