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Role-Based Collaboration Extended to Pervasive Computing

Role-Based Collaboration Extended to Pervasive Computing,10.1109/INCOS.2009.45,Kahina Hamadache,Luigi Lancieri

Role-Based Collaboration Extended to Pervasive Computing   (Citations: 5)
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Computer supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) has been a hot point in researches for some decades. Recent advances in software and hardware technologies have allowed the use of more and more advanced applications and services. It also brought computing capabilities to mobile devices such as smartphones and laptops. This has led to an extensive use of computers to collaborate in some unexpected manners. To support this collaboration, numerous models have been designed and tried. Among these models, some particularly caught our attention: models based on the description of tasks, role-based models and collaboration's context models. Simultaneously major advances were made in the young pervasive computing domain. We propose a role-based model, which aims at modelling the cooperation between devices to support pervasive collaborative work. Leading to the emergence of the Pervasive Computing Supported Collaborative Work (PCSCW).
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