Groupware : software for computer-supported cooperative work / David Marca, Geoffrey Bock ; foreword by Gerald Weinberg.

[From the publisher's catalog] Focuses on bringing computing face-to-face with groups of people as they work and on developing new software that enhances cooperation, augments human capability, and supports distributed teams. The text is a collection of distinctions, approaches, methods, and examples that have transformed the practice of developing computer systems for groups. It concentrates on the design of software to fit the way groups interact in specific work situations. In addition, the book details user interface technologies, ways to design software to enhance human capabilities, a platform on which groupware applications are built, and the effectiveness of groupware.
Contents: Introduction --Groups and Groupware --Conceptual Frameworks --Design Methods --Enabling Technologies --System-Related --Enabling Technologies --UI-Related --Computer-Supported Meetings --Bridging Time and Space --Coordinators --What Makes S.


Publisher:
Los Alamitos, Calif. :: IEEE Computer Society Press,
Imprint Date:
c1992.
Description:
xiv, 575 p. :
ill. ;
29 cm.
ISBN:
0818626372
0818626364 (fiche)
Bibliography, etc. note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 561-573) and index.
Call number:
M313
681.3.C6000
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Series Statement:
IEEE Computer Society Press tutorial
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