© 1995

Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW ’95

10–14 September, 1995, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Hans Marmolin
  • Yngve Sundblad
  • Kjeld Schmidt

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Distributed Social Worlds

    1. Geraldine Fitzpatrick, William J. Tolone, Simon M. Kaplan
      Pages 1-16
    2. K. Klöckner, P. Mambrey, M. Sohlenkamp, W. Prinz, L. Fuchs, S. Kolvenbach et al.
      Pages 17-32
  3. Cooperation and Power

    1. John Sherry
      Pages 67-82
  4. Collaborative Activities

    1. Christian Heath, Paul Luff, Abigail Sellen
      Pages 83-99
    2. Andrew Kirby, Tom Rodden
      Pages 101-116
    3. Christian Sauter, Othmar Morger, Thomas Mühlherr, Andrew Hutchison, Stephanie Teufel
      Pages 117-132
  5. CSCW Mechanisms I

  6. Electronic Meetings I

    1. Chris Greenhalgh, Steve Benford
      Pages 165-180
    2. Hideaki Kuzuoka, Gen Ishimoda, Yushi Nishimura, Ryutaro Suzuki, Kimio Kondo
      Pages 181-196
  7. CSCW Mechanisms II

    1. Rajiv Choudhary, Prasun Dewan
      Pages 231-246
    2. Ludwin Fuchs, Uta Pankoke-Babatz, Wolfgang Prinz
      Pages 247-262
  8. Electronic Meetings II

    1. Jonathan Grudin, Leysia Palen
      Pages 263-278
    2. Yusuke Ichikawa, Ken-ichi Okada, Giseok Jeong, Shunsuke Tanaka, Yutaka Matsushita
      Pages 279-292
    3. Steinar Kristoffersen, Tom Rodden
      Pages 293-308

About this book


Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) is an interdisciplinary research area devoted to exploring the issues of designing computer-based systems that enhance the abilities to cooperate and integrate activities in an efficient and flexible manner for people in cooperative work situations.
This volume is a rigorous selection of papers that represent both practical and theoretical approaches to CSCW from many leading researchers in the field. As an interdisciplinary area of research, CSCW brings together widely disparate research traditions and perspectives from computer, human, organisational and design sciences. The papers selected reflect a variety of approaches and cultures in the field.
Audience: Of interest to a wide audience because of the huge practical impact of the issues and the interdisciplinary nature of the problems and solutions proposed. In particular: researchers and professionals in computing, sociology, cognitive science, human factors, and system design.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Hans Marmolin
    • 1
  • Yngve Sundblad
    • 1
  • Kjeld Schmidt
    • 2
  1. 1.Interaction and Presentation Laboratory, Department of Numerical Analysis and Computing ScienceKTHStockholmSweden
  2. 2.System Analysis DepartmentRisø National LaboratoryRoskildeDenmark

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