Towards Concurrent Multi-Tasking in Shareable Interfaces

@article{Juli2015TowardsCM,
  title={Towards Concurrent Multi-Tasking in Shareable Interfaces},
  author={Carles Fernandes Juli{\`a} and Sergi Jord{\`a}},
  journal={Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={79-108}
}
Shareable interfaces, those that can be interacted simultaneously by several users, are a common tool used both in CSCW research and in real world applications. They tend however to lack a capability that has been traditionally relevant to the usefulness of computing systems: multi-tasking. In this paper we explain why a combination of the multi-user features of shareable interfaces and the multi-tasking capabilities of general-purpose computing, could be relevant for building useful systems… CONTINUE READING

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