Proceedings of GROUP'97, International Conference on Supporting Group Work: The Integration Challenge, November 16-19, 1997, Embassy Suites Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
1. GROUP 1997:
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
: Construction search and retrieval of a World-Wide Web (WWW) expert knowledge base (tutorial).
: Using social network analysis to study computer networks (tutorial).
: Real-world groupware frameworks (tutorial): Digital LinkWorks and OpenText LiveLink.
Frank von Martial
: Methods, tools and technologies for coordination and workflow management (tutorial).
: Collaborative technologies (tutorial).
: Merging multiple perspectives in groupware use: intra- and intergroup conventions.
: Fostering interdepartmental knowledge communication through groupware: a process improvement perspective.
: Virtual classrooms and communities.
Robert J. Sandusky
: Infrastructure management as cooperative work: implications for systems design.
Clarie M. Vishik
: Internal information brokering and patterns of usage on corporate intranets.
: Of maps and scripts - the status of formal constructs in cooperative work.
Rebecca E. Grinter
: From workplace to development: what have we learned so far and where do we go?
: "I love the system - I just don't use it!".
Jörg M. Haake
, Weigang Wang
: Flexible support for business processes: extending cooperative hypermedia with process support.
John A. Mariani
: SISCO: providing a cooperation filter for a shared information space.