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This book is in memory of Laurence Rosenberg of the National Science Foundation for his work in Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology. This book explores the global revolution in human interconnectedness.
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Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology

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This book is in memory of Laurence Rosenberg of the National Science Foundation for his work in Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology. This book explores the global revolution in human interconnectedness.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781410605863
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/1/2001
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 816
  • File size: 16 MB
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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction. Part I: Theoretical Approaches to Coordination and Collaboration. T.W. Malone, K. Crowston, The Interdisciplinary Study of Coordination. R.J. Boland, Jr., R.V. Tenkasi, Communication and Collaboration in Distributed Cognition. E.H. Durfee, D. Damouth, P.J. Gmytrasiewicz, M.J. Huber, T.A. Montgomery, S. Sen, Coordination as Distributed Search. S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld, Strategic Negotiation in Multiagent Environments. T.W. Malone, K-Y. Lai, K.R. Grant, Two Design Principles for Collaboration Technology: Examples of Semiformal Systems and Radical Tailorability. T. Marschak, On Economies of Scope in Communication. S. Reiter, Knowledge, Discovery, and Growth. Part II: Collaboration Technology for Specific Domains. P. Dewan, V. Mashayekhi, J. Riedl, Infrastructure and Applications for Collaborative Software Engineering. C.A. Jasek, P.M. Jones, Cooperative Support for Distributed Supervisory Control. R. Furuta, P.D. Stotts, Trellis: A Formally Defined Hypertextual Basis for Integrating Task and Information. J. Pasquale, Problems of Decentralized Control: Using Randomized Coordination to Deal With Uncertainty and Avoid Conflicts. D.E. Shackelford, J.B. Smith, F.D. Smith, The Architecture and Implementation of a Distributed Hypermedia Storage System. Part III: Studies of Collaboration. R.C. Arkin, T. Balch, Communication and Coordination in Reactive Robotic Teams. G. Fischer, J. Grudin, R. McCall, J. Ostwald, D. Redmiles, B. Reeves, F. Shipman, Seeding, Evolutionary Growth, and Reseeding: The Incremental Development of Collaborative Design Environments. S.R. Hiltz, D. Dufner, J. Fjermestad, Y. Kim, R. Ocker, A. Rana, M. Turoff, Distributed Group Support Systems: Theory Development and Experimentation. R. Kling, K.L. Kraemer, J.P. Allen, Y. Bakos, V. Gurbaxani, M. Elliott, Transforming Coordination: The Promise and Problems of Information Technology in Coordination. C.M. Neuwirth, D.S. Kaufer, R. Chandhok, J.H. Morris, Computer Support for Distributed Collaborative Writing: A Coordination Science Perspective. G.M. Olson, J.S. Olson, Technology Support for Collaborative Workgroups. Part IV: Organizational Modeling. T. Berger, N.M. Kiefer, Central Coordination of Decentralized Information in Large Chains and Franchises. K.M. Carley, Organizational Performance, Coordination, and Cognition. R.E. Levitt, Y. Jin, G.A. Oralkan, J.C. Kunz, T.R. Christiansen, Computational Enterprise Models: Toward Analysis Tools for Designing Organizations. C. Lewis, R. Reitsma, E.V. Wilson, I. Zigurs, Extending Coordination Theory to Deal With Goal Conflicts. W-P. Wang, D.L. Kleinman, P.B. Luh, Modeling Team Coordination and Decisions in a Distributed Dynamic Environment. Part V: Collaboratories. G.C. Bowker, S.L. Star, Social Theoretical Issues in the Design of Collaboratories: Customized Software for Community Support Versus Large Scale Infrastructure. H. Chen, B.R. Schatz, A Path to Concept-Based Information Access: From National Collaboratories to Digital Libraries. G.M. Olson, D.E. Atkins, R. Clauer, T. Weymouth, T.A. Finholt, A. Prakash, C. Rasmussen, F. Jahanian, Technology to Support Distributed Team Science: The First Phase of the Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory (UARC).
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