WWW Based Collaboration with the BSCW System

  title={WWW Based Collaboration with the BSCW System},
  author={Wolfgang Appelt},
The World Wide Web o ers a great deal of potential in supporting cross-platform cooperative work within locally dispersed working groups. GMD has developed the BSCW System, a Web based groupware tool using the metaphor of shared virtual workspaces. The system is particularly useful { and already used by a large community { for cooperation between researchers in distributed environments. This paper describes the principles, architecture and functionality of the current (August 1999) version. 
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