Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering: 9th International Conference, CDVE 2012, Osaka, Japan, September 2-5, 2012, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2012, held in Osaka, Japan, in September 2012.
The 36 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers cover the topics of cooperative engineering, basic theories, methods and technologies that support CDVE, cooperative design, visualization and ...
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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2012, held in Osaka, Japan, in September 2012.
The 36 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers cover the topics of cooperative engineering, basic theories, methods and technologies that support CDVE, cooperative design, visualization and applications.
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Ambiguity in Multimodal Interaction with Multi-touch Multi-user Graphics Tables. -WorkMail: Collaborative Document Workflow Management by Email.-Real-Time Mobile Distance Learning System for Smartphone.-Cooperative Information Management of Degradation of Structures in Operation and Management.-Real-Time Resource Location Tracking in Building Information Models (BIM).-Cooperative Integration of Product Model and Sensor Data Model for Knowledge Discovery.-Cooperative Decision Making Algorithm for Large Networks Using MapReduce Programming Model .-Enabling Cooperative Educational Game Design on the Web.-Learning Computer-Mediated Cooperation in 3D Visualization Projects .-Real-Time Stereoscopic Streaming of Medical Surgeries for Collaborative eLearning.-Scalable Integration of Multiple Health Sensor Data for Observing Medical Patterns.-Collaborating Using Intergroup Communications in Group-Based Wireless Sensor Networks: Another Way for Saving Energy.-Empirical Evidence of Tags Supporting High-Level Awareness.-Rough Sets Methods for Working with Uncertainty.-Project Proposals Ranking Based on Closed Sets Properties.-What Do Strokes Teach us about Collaborative Design? .-Communication between Physical and Virtual Models in Designing Smart Buildings.-Cased-Based Reasoning Based on Extension Theory for Conflict Resolution in Cooperative Design .-Urban Design Learning .-Simulation and Optimization in Collaborative Ship Design: Innovative Approach .-Ronda: A Fine Grained Collaborative Development Environment.-A Collaborative Expandable Framework for Software End-Users and Programmers .-Fostering Collaboration in Software Development through a Visual Assistant to Unit Testing.-Cooperative Access to Hierarchical Data from Biotechnological Pilot-Plant.-A Study on Cooperative Community in Enterprise Cluster Based on Fuzzy Clustering.-A Virtual Assembly Fat Model for Cooperative Assembly Processes of Large-Scale Product .-Urban Infoscape for Sustainable Lifestyle of Smart Green City .-Cooperative Information Sharing between a 3D Model and Structural Analysis Software for Railway Viaducts.-A Zoomable Location-Based Dashboard for Construction Management.-Collaborative System for HK-BEAM Green Building Certification.-A Metamodel to Describe nD CAD Visualization as Coordinated Multiple Views.-Collaborative Visualization of Environmental Simulation Result and Sensing Data Using Augmented Reality.-Availability of Mobile Augmented Reality System for Urban Landscape Simulation .-Tracking of the Subject Body Using Measurement of Active Quantity and Extraction of Color-Information.-A Visualization System for the Comfort Analysis of Modular Architecture: A Case Study.-Incorporating H&S into Design and Construction: The Case for Integrating Serious Games Engines Technologies and 4D Planning for Collaborative Work.-

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