29. HICSS 1996:
Maui, Hawaii, USA - Volume 3
29th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-29), January 3-6, 1996, Maui, Hawaii. IEEE Computer Society, 1996, Volume 3
Collaboration Systems and Technology
: Computer Support and Facilitated Structure in Meetings -- An Empirical Comparison of their Impact.
Distributed Communication Systems (DCS)
, Laku Chidambaram
: Do Mediated Contexts Differ in Information Richness? A Comparison of Collocated and Dispersed Meetings.
E. Burton Swanson
: The New Organizational Knowledge and Its Systems Foundations.
: The Communicative View on Organizational Memory: Power and Ambiguity in Knowledge Creation Systems.
: Organizational Memory Profile: Connecting Roles of Organizational Memory to Organizational Form.
Negotiation Support Systems
L. Floyd Lewis
, Robert S. Spich
: Principled Negotiation, Evolutionary Systems Design, and Group Support Systems: A Suggested Integration of Three Approaches to Improving Negotiations.
Alexander B. Bordetsky
, Peri H. Iz
: Dimensions for Incorporating Multiple Criteria Group Decision Support and Negotiation Support Techniques into a Geographically Distributed Environment.
: Learning in the Network Form: Implications for Electronic Group Support.
Dorothy E. Leidner
, Mark A. Fuller
: Improving Student Processing and Assimilation of Conceptual Information: GSS-Supported Collaborative Learning vs. Individual Constructive Learning.
, Beata M. Lobert
: Developing IS Competence During Cross-Cultural Collaboration in Ad Hoc VirtualTeams: A Tale of One Case Analysis Project.
: The Development of a Computer-Aided Learning Tool for Supporting the Teaching of Assembly Language Programming.
Technology Transfer in the Pacific Rim
Business Process Re-engineering and the Dynamics of Organizations and Information Systems
, J. Leon Zhao
: A Framework for Dynamic Routing and Operational Integrity Controls in a Workflow Management System.
, Melvin F. Shakun
: Reengineering and Adaptation in Evolutionary Interactive Multi-Objective Linear Programming.
Geographic Information Systems