Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering: First International Conference, CDVE 2004, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, September 19-22, 2004, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2004, held in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, in September 2004.

The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers address all current issues in cooperative design, visualization, and engineering, ranging from theoretical and methodological topics to various systems and frameworks to applications in a variety of fields.

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CD1: Cooperative Design 1.- Development of a Cooperative Integration System for AEC Design.- Observing Architectural Design: Improving the Development of Collaborative Design Environments.- Visualisation of Semantic Networks and Ontologies Using AutoCAD.- Mediating Collaborative Design for Constructing Educational Virtual Reality Environments: A Case Study.- CV1: Cooperative Visualization 1.- openVisaar: Enriching Cooperative Visualization by Combining Open Technologies.- Multimodal Interaction in a Collaborative Virtual Brainstorming Environment.- Cooperative Visualization Framework Based on Video Streaming and Real-Time Vectorial Information.- CE1: Cooperative Engineering 1.- Experiences in Product, Process, and Facility Development: A Case of Study.- Implementing Collaborative Engineering Environments Through Reference Model-Based Assessment.- A Modularity Framework for Concurrent Design of Reconfigurable Machine Tools.- CD2: Cooperative Design 2.- A Cooperative Design Environment Using Multi-Agents and Virtual Reality.- Using Specifications to Build Domain-Independent Collaborative Design Environments.- Fostering Creativity in Cooperative Design.- CE2: Cooperative Engineering 2.- Design and Manufacturing Assistance Tool for Drawing Sheet Metal Parts.- The Method of Unified Internet-Based Communication for Manufacturing Companies.- Constructing a Global and Integral Model of Business Management Using a CBR System.- CV2: Cooperative Visualization 2.- ’Under Construction’: The Potential of a Web Based Application in Managing and Maintaining Large Area Urban Modelling.- Interest Management for Collaborative Environments Through Dividing Their Shared State.- CD3: Cooperative Design 3.- Using Simulation, Collaboration, and 3D Visualization for Design Learning: A Case Study in Domotics.- A Virtual Reality Framework for RC Building Design and Construction Cooperation.- Cooperative Design for Artistic Performances.- CA: Cooperative Applications.- GEMMA: A Cooperative Control System to Collect Environmental Marine Waste.- Comparison of Real-Time Text Chat and Collaborative Editing Systems.- Design of Cooperative Agents for Mobile Devices.- A Building Maintenance Decision Tool for PFI Projects.- CV3: Cooperative Visualization 3.- Collaborative Role Management for Sharing Protected Web Resources.- Envisioning Environmental Futures: Multi-agent Knowledge Generation, Frame Problem, Cognitive Mapping.- A Hierarchical Visualization Tool to Analyse the Thermal Evolution of Construction Materials.

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