Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design II: 9th International Conference, CSCWD 2005, Coventry, UK, May 24-26, 2005, Revised Selected Papers / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design, CSCWD 2005, held in Coventry, UK, in May 2005. The 65 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions during at least two rounds of reviewing and improvement.

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Table of Contents

Creating a team building toolkit for distributed teams 1
A model for interaction rules to define governance policies in collaborative environments 11
Perception of centers of interest 21
Analytic evaluation of groupware design 31
DynG : a protocol-based prototype for non-monolithic electronic collaboration 41
Towards an optimistic management of concurrency : a probabilistic study of the pilgrim protocol 51
A conflict resolution methodology in a large-scale CSCD system 61
The role of sketches in supporting near-synchronous remote communication in computer supported collaborative design 72
A dynamic sealable video conference system based on SIP 82
Recommendation as a mechanism to induce participation in communities of practice 92
Cooperative template mechanism for cooperative design 102
Supporting social organization modelling in cooperative work using patterns 112
Case study of breakdown analysis on identification of remote team communication problems 122
On-demand collaborative work environments based on grid technologies for virtual projects 131
Research and implementation of e-government information portal based on grid technology 141
Global scheduling in learning assessment grid 151
Quality assignments for WSDL-based services 163
SWSAIF : a semantic application integration framework to support collaborative design 174
Automated outsourcing partnership management using semantic Web services 184
A collaborated computing system by Web services based P2P architecture 194
Using Web services to control remote instruments for online experiment systems 205
A Web-service based approach for software sharing 215
A Web service for exchanging procedural CAD models between heterogeneous CAD systems 225
A solution for resource sharing in manufacturing grid 235
Using agents to detect opportunities for collaboration 244
Carrying on automatic service recommendation by agents 254
Development of an e-engineering framework for automotive module design 264
Towards a systematic conflict resolution policy in multi-agent system : a conceptual framework 274
Agent-based personal assistance in collaborative design environments 284
A distributed collaborative design framework for multidisciplinary design optimization 294
Using a middleware agent to bridge standalone CAD systems for distributed and collaborative applications 304
Distributed intelligent network management model for the large-scale computer network 313
Content-oriented knowledge modeling for automated parts library ontology merging 324
An ontology-based functional modeling approach for multi-agent distributed design on the semantic Web 334
A computational approach to stimulating creativity in design 344
Modelling framework of a traceability system to improve knowledge sharing and collaborative design 355
Recommendation for team and virtual community formations based on competence mining 365
Screen-sharing technology for cooperative CAPP system in a networked manufacturing environment 375
Web based cooperative virtual product design environment shared by designers and customers 384
Research on Internet-based system architecture for collaborative product development 394
Distributed product design and manufacturing based on KBE 404
Integration, management and communication of heterogeneous design resources with WWW technologies 414
An effective approach to compression and transmission of feature-based models 424
FBD : a function block designer for distributed and collaborative process planning 434
Research on collaborative editing environment for conceptual design of 3D object 445
Distributed cooperative design of embedded systems 455
A study on an application integrated model supporting inter-enterprise collaboration 463
Research on collaborative application portal of mould and hard disk drive industry 473
Collaborative design and manufacture supported by multiple Web/Internet techniques 483
An approach of virtual prototyping modeling in collaborative product design 493
Workflow-centric distributed collaboration in heterogeneous computing environments 504
Internet-based e-learning workflow process 516
Flexible workflow incorporated with RBAC 525
Extending cova functionality to support business processes 535
Workflow analysis based on fuzzy temporal workflow nets 545
Towards a collaborative urban planning environment 554
Collaborative virtual learning model for Web intelligence 563
Solving consensus measure of ambiguous GDM problems using vague sets - an application of risk assessment 573
Deployment of an intelligent dynamic local power dispatch system using LAN and wireless technology 586
Study on unified metamodeling framework based on down-up mechanism 596
A flexible development platform supporting zero-time enterprise applications 606
Process data management for the shortening of the whole product creation process 616
Real-time rain simulation 626
Reduce SW/HW migration efforts by a RTOS in multi-FPGA systems 636
An AHP/DEA methodology for 3PL vendor selection in 4PL 646
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