34. HICSS 2001: Maui, Hawaii, USA
34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-34), January 3-6, 2001, Maui, Hawaii, USA. IEEE Computer Society 2001, ISBN 0-7695-0981-9
Collaboration Systems and Technology Track
Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN)
Collaborative Engineering of Processes and Systems
: Enhancing Participant Business Process Perception through Business Gaming.
Community Development and Technology
: Personal Resource Systems Management: Realizing the Potential of Our Common Interests.
Distributed Group Support Systems
: User Actions as a Mediator for Concept Designers.
Rosalie J. Ocker
: The Effects of Fact-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Communication: Results on Group Development, Satisfaction and Performance.
Wayne W. Huang
, Vincent S. Lai
: Can GSS Groups Make Better Decisions and Feel Good at the Same Time? A Longitudinal Study of Asynchronous GSS Groups.
, Kregg Aytes
: Preference for Procedural Ordering in Distributed Groups: How Do Media and Repeated Interaction Affect Perceptions and Procedural Structuring?
, Ben Martz
: Group Processes in Conflict: The Impact of Communication Channels on Consensus Building.
: A Grounded and Participatory Approach to Collaborative Information Exploration and Management.
: The Mindpool Hybrid: A New Angle on EBS and Suggestion Systems.
Negotiation Support Systems
D. J. Wu
, Yanjun Sun
: The Emergence of Trust in Multi-Agent Bidding: A Computational Approach.
: Collaborative Memory Support in Negotiation: A Theoretical Framework.
Next Generation of Learning Platforms
Technology Supported Learning
, Jörg M. Haake
: Supporting Problem based Learning by a Collaborative Virtual Environment: A Cooperative Hypermedia Approach.
Collaboration Systems and Knowledge Management
Jay F. Nunamaker Jr.
: User Experience: Collaboration Systems and Knowledge Management - Minitrack Introduction.
: Bridging Japanese and American Business Procedures using SMAD (Structured Manuals Analysis and Design) and its Effect on Knowledge Management and Enterprise Education.