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Expertise, collaboration and bandwidth

Expertise, collaboration and bandwidth,10.1145/274644.274712,Alonso H. Vera,Thomas Kvan,Robert L. West,Simon Lai

Expertise, collaboration and bandwidth   (Citations: 13)
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Conference: Computer Human Interaction - CHI , pp. 503-510, 1998
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    • ...Besides, direct reference to high level or low level design activities can be observed during design development as design strategies (Vera et al. 1998)...
    • ...The requirements of a design problem can be related to high level (HL) or low level (LL) design activities (Vera et al. 1998)...

    Aysu Sagunet al. On-line critiques in collaborative design studio

    • ...This approach is supported by studies showing that, for complex tasks like writing, the pattern for successful networked collaboration is for participants to focus on their own work while collaborating on higher order structure (Vera, Kvan, West, & Lai, 1998) and that working on complicated tasks in the presence of others may prevent people from properly focusing on the details of the task (Kiesler & Cummings, 2002)...

    Kwangsu Choet al. Scaffolded writing and rewriting in the discipline: A web-based recipr...

    • ...This suggests that communication technologies, such as video conferencing, need to function at a high bandwidth to ensure successful collaborative work [21]...

    Dawei Jiaet al. Investigating the Shared Visual Context in Distributed Collaborative W...

    • ...Various studies have been published that compare the effects of audio, video and chat [5, 32, 37], with chat often reported as an inferior form of communication...
    • ...Often chat is simply viewed as a low-bandwidth communication mode [37], and thus something that would not be used in situations where there is enough bandwidth to support video...

    Jeremiah Schollet al. A comparison of chat and audio in media rich environments

    • ...[4],[5],[11],[15],[18] Conducting research in non -collocated interaction environments involves an unknown landscape that poses several methodological questions: • How should the collaborative environment be instrumented to collect and store the data? • How should the data be analyzed and represented so that the results depict a complete scenario?...

    Renate Fruchteret al. Developing methods to understand discourse and workspace in distribute...

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