ECSCW 2003: Proceedings of the Eighth European Conference on by Volkmar Pipek, Volker Wulf (auth.), Kari Kuutti, Eija Helena

By Volkmar Pipek, Volker Wulf (auth.), Kari Kuutti, Eija Helena Karsten, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Paul Dourish, Kjeld Schmidt (eds.)

th This quantity gathers jointly the technical papers provided on the eight ecu convention on desktop Supported Cooperative paintings (ECSCW), held in Helsinki Finland. ECSCW is a world discussion board for multidisciplinary learn overlaying the technical, empirical, and theoretical features of collaboration and desktops. The 20 papers offered right here were chosen through a rigorous reviewing approach from a hundred and ten submissions. either the variety of submissions and the standard of the chosen papers are testimony to the range and effort of the CSCW neighborhood. We belief that you'll locate the papers attention-grabbing and they will serve to stimulate additional caliber paintings in the neighborhood. The technical papers are complemented by means of a much broader set of actions at ECSCW 2003, together with tutorials, workshops, demonstrations, movies, posters and a doctoral colloquium. jointly those supply wealthy possibilities for dialogue, studying and exploration of the newer and novel concerns within the box. This convention couldn't have taken position with no enormous enthusiasm, aid and participation, let alone the labor of a few humans. particularly, we wish to thank the subsequent: • The authors, representing over 17 nations and ninety seven associations, who submitted a paper. such a lot of submissions of such top of the range are the root of an exceptional convention. • The individuals of this system committee who so diligently reviewed and mentioned papers. Their collective judgements bring about a great medical software and their suggestions to authors strengthens the paintings of the community.

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