By Lucy Suchman (auth.), Giorgio de Michelis, Carla Simone, Kjeld Schmidt (eds.)
Computer-Supported Cooperative paintings (CSCW) is an interdisicplinary study zone dedicated to exploring the problems of designing computer-based structures that increase the skills of cooperating staff to coordinate and combine their actions in an effective, potent, and versatile manner.
This carefully chosen quantity represents either sensible and theoretical techniques from some of the major researchers within the field.
As an interdisciplinary quarter of study, CSCW is characterised through bringing jointly broadly disparate examine traditions and views into an area of collaboration and rivalry. the chosen papers replicate the various techniques and cultures of this multi-disciplinary field.
This assortment can be of curiosity to a large viewers - as a result large functional import of the problems and due to the interdisciplinary nature of the issues and the ideas proposed. specifically, the quantity might be of curiosity to researchers and execs in computing, sociology, cognitive technological know-how, and human factors.