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Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design III

10th International Conference, CSCWD 2006, Nanjing, China, May 3-5, 2006, Revised Selected Papers

  • Editors
  • Weiming Shen
  • Junzhou Luo
  • Zongkai Lin
  • Jean-Paul A. Barthès
  • Qi Hao
Conference proceedings CSCWD 2006

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4402)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. CSCW Techniques and Methods

    1. Márcio G. P. Rosa, Marcos R. S. Borges, Flávia M. Santoro
      Pages 13-22
    2. Guiling Wang, Jinlei Jiang, Meilin Shi
      Pages 23-32
    3. Liang Liu, Huadong Ma, Dan Tao, Dongmei Zhang
      Pages 33-42
    4. Rahat Iqbal, Nazaraf Shah, Anne James, Babak Akhgar, Muhammad Younas, Kuo-Ming Chao
      Pages 43-52
    5. Juliana Lucas de Rezende, Vinícios Batista Pereira, Geraldo Xexéo, Jano Moreira de Souza
      Pages 53-62
    6. Xiaoping Liu, Hui Shi, Zhengqiang Mao, Qiang Lu
      Pages 63-72
    7. Phil Thompson, Anne James, Leonid Smalov
      Pages 73-81
    8. Antonio Ferreira, Pedro Antunes
      Pages 82-91
    9. Wen Ye, Lei Cheng, Hongxu Cui, Ju Bu
      Pages 101-109
  3. Collaborative Design

    1. Feng Tian, Renhou Li, Bo Chen, Jiao Ding, Qinghua Zheng
      Pages 110-117
    2. Wei Jiang, Zhengxing Sun
      Pages 139-148
    3. Adriana S. Vivacqua, Jean-Paul Barthès, Jano Moreira de Souza
      Pages 149-159
    4. Arnaud Lewandowski, Grégory Bourguin
      Pages 160-169
    5. Xunxiang Li, Dingfang Chen, Le Wang, Anding Li
      Pages 188-196
    6. Lianguan Shen, Wei Zhao, Mujun Li, Jinjin Zheng
      Pages 197-206
  4. Collaborative Manufacturing and Enterprise Collaboration

    1. Sang-Jun Lee, Keun-Sang Park, Jong-Hwa Kim, Seoung-Soo Lee
      Pages 207-216
    2. Wenan Tan, Ruibin Chen, Weiming Shen, Jianming Zhao, Qi Hao
      Pages 217-226
    3. Sophia M. K. Soo, Stephen C. F. Chan, Vincent T. Y. Ng
      Pages 227-236
    4. Minglu Zhang, Feng Cui, Dapeng Zhang
      Pages 257-266
    5. Shifan Zhu, Dongmei Cheng, Kai Xue, Xiaohua Zhang
      Pages 267-276
  5. Design Methods and Tools

    1. Fabricio Enembreck, Edson Scalabrin, Cesar Tacla, Bráulio Ávila
      Pages 308-317
    2. Mutaleci Miranda, Geraldo Xexéo, Jano Moreira de Souza
      Pages 326-334
    3. Yong Lu, Yingguang Li, Wenhe Liao
      Pages 335-346
    4. Jing Zhang, Haiyang Wang
      Pages 347-356
    5. Bin Xu, Hua Hu, Yun Ling, Xiaohu Yang, Zhijun He, Albert Ma
      Pages 357-366
    6. Tao Jiang, Jing Ying, Minghui Wu
      Pages 367-376
    7. Flávia Maria Santoro, Patrick Brézillon, Renata Mendes de Araujo
      Pages 377-388
    8. Mohamed-Zied Ouertani, Lilia Gzara, Gabriel Ris
      Pages 389-400
    9. Ming Lei, Ligang Yao, Zuping Zhu
      Pages 401-408
    10. Youdong Yang, Shuting Zhang, Zhihua Li, Shuming Gao
      Pages 409-418
  6. Agents and Multi-Agent Systems

    1. Sarmad Sadik, Arshad Ali, H. Farooq Ahmad, Hiroki Suguri
      Pages 428-437
    2. Baohua Shan, Yanbo Han, Weiqun Sun
      Pages 438-446
    3. Jun Yan, Ryszard Kowalczyk, Jian Lin, Mohan B. Chhetri, Suk K. Goh, Jianying Zhang
      Pages 459-468
  7. Web Services, Semantic Web, and Grid Computing

    1. Qizhi Chen, Hamada Ghenniwa, Weiming Shen
      Pages 469-478
    2. Lihui Lei, Zhunhua Duan, Bin Yu
      Pages 479-488

About these proceedings

Introduction

The design of complex artifacts and systems requires the cooperation of multidiscip- nary design teams using multiple commercial and proprietary engineering software tools (e.g., CAD, modeling, simulation, visualization, and optimization), engineering databases, and knowledge-based systems. Individuals or individual groups of mult- isciplinary design teams usually work in parallel and separately with various en- neering software tools which are located at different sites. In addition, individual members may be working on different versions of a design or viewing the design from different perspectives, at different levels of detail. In order to accomplish the work, it is necessary to have effective and efficient c- laborative design environments. Such environments should not only automate in- vidual tasks, in the manner of traditional computer-aided engineering tools, but also enable individual members to share information, collaborate, and coordinate their activities within the context of a design project. CSCW (computer-supported coope- tive work) in design is concerned with the development of such environments.

Keywords

Monitor Simulation Workflow Management artificial neural network collaborative computing collaborative design enviroments computer aided design concurrency control cooperative engineering cooperative systems design cooperative work distributed systems information visualization life cycle design security

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72863-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-72862-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-72863-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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