33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-33), 4-7 January, 2000, Maui, Hawaii, Track 3:
Digital Documents. IEEE Computer Society, 2000, http://computer.org/proceedings/hicss/0493/04933/0493toc.htm
33. HICSS 2000:
Maui, Hawaii, USA
Digital Documents Track
Digital Document Understanding and Visualization
James W. Cooper
: Digital Document Understanding and Visualization - Introduction.
: Self-Organization of Digital Documents based on Process-Oriented Relations.
, David Lowe
: From Content-Centered Publishing to a Link-based View of Information Resources.
Genre in Digital Documents
: Making Sense of Computer-Mediated Communication: Conversations as Genres, CMC Systems as Genre Ecologies.
: The Language of Digital Genres. A Semiotic Investigation of Style and Iconology on the World Wide Web.
Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory, and Organizational Learning
: Multi-Perspective Enterprise Models as a Conceptual Foundation for Knowledge Management.
: Knowledge is Acknowledged?: A Field Study about People, Processes, Documents and Technologies.
: Knowledge Management in the Professions: The Case of IT Support in Law Firms.
John R. Landry
: Playing at Learning: Why Knowledge Creation Needs Fun.
David R. Millen
: Community Portals and Collective Goods: Conversation Archives as an Information Resource.
Rosemarie L. Coste
: Fighting Speech with Speech: David Duke, the Anti-Defamation League, Online Bookstores, and Hate Filters.
: Discourse Diagrams: Interface Design for Very Large-Scale Conversations.
Steven L. Thorne
: Beyond Bounded Activity Systems: Heterogeneous Cultures in Instructional Uses of Persistent Conversation.
Roles and Issues of Computational Media in Learning Communities
Searching Multilingual Digital Documents
Fredric C. Gey
: Searching Multilingual Digital Documents - Introduction.
Digital Documents in the Office and Education
: Digital Documents in the Office and Education - Introduction.
Daniel M. Russell
: A Design Pattern-based Video Summarization Technique: Moving from Low-Level Signals to High-Level Structure.