Cooperative Systems Design: A Challenge of the Mobility Age by Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Anne Marie Pinna-Dery, Kjeld

By Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Anne Marie Pinna-Dery, Kjeld Schmidt, Pascale Zarate

The most objective of the COOP meetings is to give a contribution to the answer of difficulties regarding the layout of cooperative structures, and to the mixing of those structures in organizational settings. the most assumption at the back of the COOP meetings is that cooperative layout calls for a deep figuring out of cooperative paintings in teams and agencies, regarding either artifacts and social practices. The COOP 2002 convention is principally dedicated to the subsequent matters: the space among 'virtual' and 'material' artifacts in human collaboration; collaboration between cellular actors; the WWW as a platform for cooperative structures and altering practices and enterprises within the wake of the cooperative structures.

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Most groups in both conditions chose the same options for the Personal Organizer. Due to the simple functionality, training was easy, and no one had difficulty using the system in either condition. 04, with no significant System Use x Role interaction. 2 Messages used with the system We next compared the total number of messages sent by the groups. However, we noticed that some messages seemed to be artificially broken onto two lines, which is indicative of a frequent chat user. All messages that appeared to be broken were combined by two coders, using a criteria of: a) if two messages made up a complete sentence, b) if the two messages were not split up by the partner's message, and c) if the messages were contiguous in time, no more than 15 seconds apart.

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