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EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

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ACM Press
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Year
1989
Period
13-15 September
Place
Gatwick, London
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ECSCW - European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
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ECSCW has been instrumental in defining the agenda of CSCW research since the beginning, and it still is. It has been the key forum for identifying and exploring issues such as the situated nature of action and interaction and its implications; the role of ethnography in CSCW and in computing in general; the role and nature of 'awareness' in cooperative work; the role of paper-based and other material artifacts in cooperative work; highly flexible collaboration infrastructures and tailorable systems.

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Storrs, G. (1989): Group working in the DHSS large demonstrator project. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 102-120.

Gale, Stephen (1989): Adding audio and video to an office environment. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 121-130.

Bignoli, Celsina, Simone, Carla (1989): AI techniques for supporting human to human communication in CHAOS. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 133-147.

Victor, F., Sommer, E. (1989): Supporting the design of office procedures in the domino system. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 148-159.

Smith, H. T., Hennessy, P. A., Lunt, G. A. (1989): The activity model environment: An object-oriented framework for describing organisational. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 160-173.

Wrycza, S. (1989): The impact of case tools on teamwork of information systems developers. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 174-189.

Smith, Randall B., O'Shea, Tim, O'Malley, Claire, Scanlon, E., Taylor, J. (1989): Preliminary experiments with a distributed, multi-media, problem solving environment. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 19-34.

Rodden, R., Sommerville, Ian (1989): Building conversations using mailtrays. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 190-203.

Kreifelts, Thomas, Victor, F., Woetzel, Gerd, Woitass, M. (1989): A design tool for autonomous group agents. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 204-214.

Dollimore, J., Wilbur, S. (1989): Experiences in building a configurable CSCW system. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 215-225.

Hahn, Udo, Jarke, Matthias, Kreplin, Klaus, Farusi, M., Pimpinelli, F. (1989): CoAUTHOR: A hypermedia group authoring environment. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 226-244.

Nylund, A. (1989): Aspects of cooperation in a distributed problem solving environment. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 247-260.

Suomi, R. (1989): Inter-organizational information systems as a tool for computer supported cooperative work. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 261-275.

Benford, Steve (1989): Requirements of activity management. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 276-286.

Prinz, Wolfgang, Pennelli, P. (1989): Relevance of the X.500 directory to CSCW applications. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 289-302.

Bonfiglio, A., Malatesta, G., Tisato, Francesco (1989): Conference toolkit: A framework for real time conferencing. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 303-316.

Tueni, Michel, Li, J. (1989): Knowledge based office automation and CSCW. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 317-327.

Hennessy, P. A. (1989): Information domains in CSCW. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 331-342.

Boedker, Susanne, Groenbaek, Kaj (1989): Cooperative prototyping experiments. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 343-357.

Joiner, R., Blaye, A. (1989): Mechanisms of cognitive change in peer interaction: Implications for the design of compute. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 35-44.

Bannon, Liam, Schmidt, Kjeld (1989): CSCW: Four characters in search of a context. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 358-372.

Holand, U., Danielsen, T. (1989): The psychology of cooperation - consequences of descriptions. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 373-385.

Bison, I., Colazzo, L. (1989): The elementary pragmatic model: A possible approach for setting up user model. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 389-401.

Hahn, Udo, Jarke, Matthias (1989): Modelling group communication structures: Analysing four European projects. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 402-405.

Hennessy, P. A., Benford, Steve, Bowers, John (1989): Modelling group communication structures: Analysing four European projects. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 406-420.

Krcmar, H. (1989): Considerations for a framework for CATeam research. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 421-435.

Kubiak, B. (1989): Computer aided modelling of costs in the road haulage transport. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 436-448.

Madsen, C. M. (1989): Approaching group communication by means of an office building metaphor. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 449-460.

Fafchamps, D., Reynolds, D., Kuchinsky, Allan (1989): The dynamics of small group decision making over the e-mail channel. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 45-58.

Rawinki, T. (1989): A theory of document processing machines - praxiological and cybernetical approach to info. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 461-468.

Rugelj, J., Endrizzi, A. (1989): Multimedia conference across wide-area networks. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 469-475.

Schal, Thomas, Zeller, B. (1989): The 'laboratory for cooperation technologies' and italian initiatives on computer-supporte. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 476-488.

Stary, Chris (1989): Identifying decision makers for large-scale group decisions. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 489-496.

Vershkov, A., Roussakov, A. (1989): Co-operatives in the USSR. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 59-62.

Pettersson, Else (1989): Automatic information processes in document reading. A study of information handling in tw. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 63-72.

Harper, R. R., Hughes, J. A., Shapiro, D. Z. (1989): Working in harmony: An examination of computer technology in air traffic control. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 73-86.

Ferwagner, T., Wang, Yanqing, Lewe, H., Krcmar, H. (1989): Experiences in designing the Hohenheim CATeam room. In: EC-CSCW 89 - Proceedings of the First European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 13-15 September, 1989, Gatwick, London. pp. 87-101.