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Groupware Bibliography ====================== This posting is primarily a test of the new setext format (see the guidelines for further information). No attempt has been made to organize this list, beyond removing obvious duplicates. Appearance of an entry does not constitute an endorsement. Absence from the list does not constitute a rejection. Send corrections and additions to the copyright holder. dss Journals with articles about groupware -------------------------------------- Academy of Management Journal Accounting, Management and Information Technologies ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems Behaviour and Information Technology British Journal of Management Collaborative Computing: http://www.crg.cs.nott.ac.uk/~oklee/collab_computing.html Communications of the ACM Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine http://www.rpi.edu/~decemj/cmc/mag/1994/sep/toc.html> Concurrent Engineering: Research & Applications CSCW: An International Journal Kluwer Academic Publishers Group, Distribution Center P.O. Box 322, 3300 Ah Dordrecht, The Netherlands tel. 31 78 52 4400. fax. 31 78 52 4474 Kluwer Academic, Order dpmt, P.O. Box 358 Accord Station Hingham, MA 02018-0358, tel. 617-871-6600 Decision Support in Public Admin. Decision Systems Group Decision and Negotiation IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Information Systems Interacting with Computers International Journal of Man Machine Studies International Journal on Intelligent and Cooperative Information Systems Journal of Applied Psychology Journal of MIS PRESENCE Management Science MIS Quarterly Small Group Research HCI Bibliography ---------------- The HCI Bibliography provides an updated listing of articles with some coverage of groupware: A bibliography on human-computer interaction available via anonymous FTP to anyone on the internet. Holdings include the complete ACM SIGCHI conference proceedings for 1983-1990, the complete abstracted contents of the journal Human-Computer Interaction, and the contents of several edited handbooks (with release of detailed tables of contents and abstracts pending publisher approval). Also included are over 100 entries on books and major reports on HCI. To obtain info on the bibliography, or an index of holdings, use anonymous FTP to cheops.cis.ohio-state.edu, in dir pub/hcibib. There are two files, README and index that provide information on contents, as well as the bibliography itself. Table 1: Books in the HCI Bibliography --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Baecker & Buxton's "Readings in HCI" (1987) Helander's "Handbook of HCI", (1988) Elsevier/North-Holland Salvendy's "Handbook of Human Factors", (1987) Wiley modules of books, videos, etc. Table 2: Conference Proceedings in the HCI Bibliography --------------------------------------------------------------------------- BCS-HCI: People and Computers (1985-1991), Cambridge CHI: Human Factors in Computing Systems (1982-92), ACM CSCW: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (1988,90), ACM Document Processing Systems (1988), ACM ECHT: European Conference on Hypertext (1990), Cambridge EP: Electronic Publishing (1990), Cambridge ESP: Empirical Studies of Programmers (1986, 87, 91), Ablex HFS: Human Factors Society Annual Meeting (1990), HFS Hypertext Conference (1987, 89, 91), ACM Hypertext I and II (1988, 89), Intellect INTERACT: HCI Conference (1984, 87, 90), Elsevier/North-Holland SIGIR: Information Retrieval (1987-92), ACM SIGOIS: Organizational Computing Systems (1991), ACM SIGOIS: Office Automation (1982, 84, 86, 88,90), ACM UIST: User Interface Software and Technology (1988-91), ACM Table 3: Journal Volumes in the HCI Bibliography --------------------------------------------------------------------------- BIT: Behaviour and Information Technology (1982-1991), Taylor & Francis HCI: Human-Computer Interaction (1985-91), Erlbaum IJHCI: Intl. Jl. of Human-Computer Interaction (1989-91), Ablex IJMMS: Intl. Jl. of Man-Machine Studies (*-1991), Academic Press IWC: Interacting with Computers (1989-91), Butterworth-Heinemann JOC: Jl. of Organizational Computing (1991), Ablex SIGCHI: Bulletin (1988-91), ACM TOG: Transactions on Graphics (1986-91), ACM TOIS: Transactions on (Office) Information Systems (1982-91), ACM Computer-Mediated Communication ------------------------------- J. December at decembj@rpi.edu has put together a list of Computer-Mediate Communications resources. This is from his FTP site: Anonymous ftp Host: ftp.rpi.edu; Directory: pub/communications/ File Explanation -------------------- ------------------------------------------------ internet-cmc.readme this file internet-cmc.dat the `raw data' file for other internet-cmc files, tagged according to the KEY, described below. internet-cmc a human-readable (wide column) version which can be manipulated or reformatted using Unix scripts; some scripts are suggested in this file itself. internet-cmc.txt a human-readable version which stays in 80-columns; useful for reading as static text (printed or online), but not as useful for scanning and reformatting as internet-cmc internet-cmc.tex the LaTeX version (source) internet-cmc.ps.Z the compressed PostScript version internet-cmc.html the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) version Thanks to Kevin Hughes (kevinh@pulua.hcc.hawaii.edu) for developing an early version of the software to convert internet-cmc.dat to internet-cmc.html. Link to this file with the URL: ftp://ftp.rpi.edu/pub/communications/internet-cmc.html internet-cmc.dvi the device-independent (binary) version internet-cmc.gif The graphics image that I use in the .html version. internet-cmc.bib This is a selected listing of items related to Computer-Mediated Communication, the Internet, and network information infrastructure and use. The source code for translating internet-cmc.dat into its various formats is available on request. Mac Groupware Yellow Pages -------------------------- ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/consensus/groupware This is from the "Recommended Books" section from the latest edition of the "Mac Groupware Yellow Pages". If you have other books that you think are a "MUST PURCHASE" book for people interested in groupware, please let me know. ******** *Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: A Book of Readings* by Irene Greif This collection of papers from older CSCW Conferences was published in 1988, and contains all the seminal academic papers on the topic. COST: $39.95 Morgan Kaufman Publishers; (800) 745-7323; f(415) 578-0672 *CSCW '88 & '90 Proceedings* These academically focused papers cover most of the research on groupware since 1988. COST: CSCW '88 order #612880 $24 for ACM members, $33 for non-members. CSCW '90 order #612900 $22 for members, $30 for nonmembers. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM); (800) 342-6626 or (301) 528-4261 *Leading Business Teams* by Johansen, Sibbet, Benson, Martin, Mittman & Saffo This is a more recent book by the author of "Groupware". It explores the intersection of technology and business teams, including enhancing team effectiveness, turning groupware ideas into business reality, team dynamics, a visions for the future. COST: $23.75 Addison-Wesley Publishing Company; (800) 477-2226 *Shared Minds: The New Technologies of Collaboration* by Michael Schrage Schrage is known for his nationally syndicated 'Innovation' column. This book explores "the role of tools and technologies in shaping the collaborative process." Unique in this book is a focus first on needs of collaboration before computers. This book was published in '90. COST: $21.95 Random House; (212) 751-2600 *Technology for Teams: Enhancing Productivity in Networked Organizations* by Susanna Opper & Henry Fersko-Weiss This is the most recent book on groupware, and approaches groupware from a corporate perspective. Every stage of electronic teamwork is covered, from definition to implementation. Especially valuable is the coverage of the steps that a corporation must take to commit itself to groupware, and some case studies of corporate implementation. COST: $29.95 Van Nostrand Reinhold; (606) 525-6600 I wanted to warn people away from the book "Groupware for the Macintosh" by Michael Fraase. I was very disappointed in it. This 1991 book reads as more of an introduction to 1990 networking apps (such as pre-System 7 file sharing and QuickMail) than as survey of existing Mac groupware applications. It's only merit is its attempt to cover some history and issues, but this section is far too brief. ******** To improve access to information on collaboration and software support for collaboration, Consensus Development Corporation has moved its server to a new site (HREF="http://www.consensus.com:8300/"). This WWW/Mosaic server contains information about the products and services offered by Consensus Development, as well as information on topics including groupware, computer supported collaborative work (CSCW), decision support, facilitation, electronic democracy, hypertext authoring, online documentation, document architecture, shared spaces, virtual organizations, and online knowledge management. In particular, check out the following: * Groupware Yellow Pages (HREF="http://www.consensus.com:8300/GWYP_TOC.html") -- a listing of groupware products, books, conferences, consultants, networks, newsletters, and information resources. * Collaborative Arts Page (HREF="http://www.consensus.com:8300/Collaborative_Arts_TOC.html") In particular take a look at images and text from "5 x 5" -- an ongoing project between five artists/architects. -- .Christopher Allen Consensus Development Corporation.. .<ChristopherA@consensus.com> 4104-24th Street #419.. . San Francisco, CA 94114-3615.. . o415/647-6383 f415/647-6384.. .*NEW* Mosaic/WWW Home Page: .. . <A HREF="http://www.consensus.com:8300/">Consensus Home Page</A> .. Conversation with Eye Contact ----------------------------- Ishii, Hiroshi and Ohkubo, Masaaki, Design of TeamWorkstation: A Realtime Shared Workspace Fusing Desktops and Computer Screens Ishii, Hiroshi and Kobayashi, Minoru, ClearBoard: A Seamless Medium for Shared Drawing and Conversation with Eye Contact both references in: Readings in Groupware and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: Assisting Human-Human Collaboration, Baecker, Ronald M. (ed.), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc. 1993 [ISBN: 1-55860-241-0] Groupware Users and Vendors Association --------------------------------------- From: davidc121@aol.com (DavidC121) Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: Join GUAVA Date: 9 Mar 1994 16:30:10 -0500 GUAVA (Groupware Users and Vendors Association) is just getting started, we have some intersting research projects going, and are starting to form committees to examine standards for the groupware arena. There are a wide variety of benefits and discounts associated with joining GUAVA. If you would like some information on GUAVA, or to join, as an individual or organization, please contact me and I or the organization's secretary will respond by e-mail with membership information. David Coleman GUAVA Founder Groupware Product and Services Catalog 1994 ------------------------------------------- From: davidc121@aol.com (DavidC121) Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: Groupware Product and Services Catalog 1994 Date: 9 Mar 1994 16:30:48 -0500 Last year we compiled a product and services catalog of vendors and service providers in all the areas that groupware covers: Electronic Mail and Messaging Shared Screen Products, Shared Memory Products, Calendaring and Scheduling, Group Decision Support Systems/ EMS, Group Document and Image Management, Workflow, Workgroup Utilities, Groupware Development Tools Group Editing, Groupware Services, Groupware end-user and vertical applications. Last years catalog had about 200 products and services, we believe that this year that number will double with all the new products and services available. If you have a groupware product or service that you would like to list in the catalog, listing is free. David Coleman Project Initiator Workflow Management Coalition ----------------------------- From: Keith Swenson <kswenson@ossi.com> Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: Re: Wanted: Info on Workflow Management Coalition Date: 22 Nov 1994 00:01:32 GMT > I understand that there is an industry wide Workflow > Managment Coalition working on a Workflow reference > model and other standards efforts. Could someone > point me to further information. Thanks ... The secretariat for Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) is: Workflow Managmenet Coalition Avenue Marcel Thiry 204 1200 Brussels Belgium Tel: +32 2 774 96 33 Fax: +32 2 774 96 90 Email: 100113.1555@compuserve.com Within the US, the two "country contacts" are: Lisa Hebert XSoft Tel: (617) 499 4419 Fax: (617) 449 4409 lisa@xait.xerox.com Thomas M Koulopoulos Delphi Consulting Group Tel: (617) 247 1511 Fax: (617) 247 4957 You should be able to receive a package that will tell you what you need to know about the coalition, and how to join (if that is your intent). -Keith Swenson Fujitsu OSSI kswenson@ossi.com Function Point Counting for GUI ------------------------------- From: donath@hweng.syr.ge.com (Kurt Donath) Subject: Re: Function Point Counting for GUI Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 18:56:12 GMT In article MGK@exodus.iti.gov.sg, tuckmeng@ncb.gov.sg (Lam Tuck Meng) writes: > I am looking around for any references to function point counting for > GUI applications and to function point counting in general. If you know > of any good books or other reading material on the internet, I would be > most grateful if you could email me about it. Thanx in advance for your > replies. > > Regards, > Tuck Meng > tuckmeng@ncb.gov.sg > You should be able to obtain a Function Point Counting Practices Manual from the International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG). I have one from 1992 with the following address and phone number: IFPUB Blendonview Office Park 5008-28 Pine Creek Drive Westerville, OH 43081-4899 (614) 895-7130 or (614)895-3466 FAX Also do a search for a book or articles written by Alan Albright. J. Brian Dreger wrote 'Function Point Analysis' by Prentice Hall. "KJ" method ----------- From: richard_smith@sfu.ca (Richard Smith) Joseph Guiltinan, from Notre Dame university, asked about "KJ" method recently. I made a similar inquiry a couple of years ago and turned up some related information. The latest word, from Marilyn Liner <mliner@raychem.com>, suggests this is a technique similar to "Affinity Diagramming." I posted my original query in the netnews group comp.groupware in the winter of 1992. http://edie.cprost.sfu.ca/~smith/kj.html -- Richard Smith CPROST & CMNS, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, CANADA 604 291 5116 (voice) 604 291 5112 (fax) http://edie.cprost.sfu.ca/smith.html Open Document Management API ---------------------------- From: schneider@horus Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: Re: Open Doc Mgt API Date: Mon, 6 Feb 1995 11:10:45 >In article <d-sears1.3.000F9898@uiuc.edu>, d-sears1@uiuc.edu (D. >Searsmith) wrote: >> Hello all, >> >> Does anyone know how I can get a copy of the Open Document Management >> API that was recently put together by several companies in the document mgt/ >> desktop software arena? I read in _Computer Resellers News_ that it was >> available on Compuserve but I don't have an account there. If anyone can help >> me out I'll make sure that everyone in the group gets the information. >> >> Thanks, >> Duane guess you mean the _ODMA_ initiative, formed by Novell/SoftSolutions, PC DOCS, Documentum, Interleaf, XSoft, Watermark, Oracle, Microsoft, GG/New Science, AutoDesk, Andersen Consulting ... Please contact one of these companies or Keith Clarke (801-226-6000) for more informations. -- Uli Schneider, Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG, Munich, Germany Workflow And Reengineering International Association ---------------------------------------------------- From: Layna Fischer <waria@gate.net> Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: WARIA's New address Date: Sat, 11 Feb 1995 17:29:54 -0500 WARIA, the Workflow And Reengineering International Association has a new address: waria@gate.net. Make inquiries here for: 1. About WARIA (free to join - lots to gain. We have over 1000 members worldwide.) 2. The WARIA Bookstore booklist (over 50 BPR/Workflow titles) 3. Our next meeting (BIS' Business Process and Workflow Conference, Orlando, Feb 19-22) Plans: 1. A Homepage on the WWW to hold all this information and more. 2. A WARIA listserver *Under Construction: 1-800-GROUPWARE* A comprehensive and international database of vendors and consultants of workflow/BPR software, tools and services. This will be a 24-hour Fax-on-Demand (auto-faxback) through 1-800-GROUPWARE. (If you're interested in being listed, send a message to us here.) 1-800-GROUPWARE will provide a free referral service to users. The database will be sorted both by region and by product. We plan to have it on line by April 1. Regards Layna Fischer, WARIA chair 3640 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point FL 33064 305-782-3376 305-782-6365 fax WWW Thesis: Co-writing, Look and Feel ------------------------------------- From: S.A.Michels@kub.nl (Sjoerd Michels) Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: ANNOUNCE: WWW Thesis: Co-writing, Look and Feel! Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 15:54:33 GMT I'm pleased to announce my HTML-thesis: Co-writing, Look and Feel! Interface development for The COOPerator project. In my thesis, on which I hope to graduate on 24 February 1995 from Tilburg University, The Netherlands, I try to combine the research fields of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). I worked on a prototype of The COOPerator, a co-writing tool that is currently under development at the Infolab at Tilburg University, for which I designed and implemented the human-computer interface. The URL of my thesis is: http://infolabwww.kub.nl:2080/w3thesis/ Sjoerd Michels Student of Information Management and Technology at Tilburg University, The Netherlands GroupWare and Workflow proceedings ---------------------------------- From: confrgrp@indirect.com (The Conference Group) Subject: Re: Proceedings of GROUPWARE '93 You can purchase GroupWare '92 - '95 and Workflow '92 - '95 proceedings directly from The Conference Group (show producers) by calling 800.247.0262. Bob Bierman The Conference Group Groupware & Notes - WWW & FTP - sites --------------------------------------- From: tangnes@gribb.hsr.no (Tangnes, Engebret) Newsgroups: comp.groupware Subject: LIST: GW - WWW & FTP list Date: Tue, 28 Feb 1995 14:32:38 GMT ------ Index: ------ WWW Sites for Groupware Products WWW Archive for Formal Technical Review WebNotes and NetNotes - Forums and Conferences Digital's LinkWorks WWW Site Bibliography references Lotus (Notes) FTP sites comp.groupware FTP sites ------------------------------------------------------------ WWW Sites for Groupware Products ------------------------------------------------------------ There is a Notes to WWW gateway program at the URL: http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/Daemon/WebGate.html will tell you about it and the FTP site where it is. There is an OS/2 port of a WEB daemon (HTTPD for OS/2 at: ftp-os2.cdrom.com/pub/os2/32bit/network/web2_101.zip). ---- There is put together quite a list of links to Notes-related WWW-sites at: http://www-iwi.unisg.ch/delta/links/notes.html ---- Ilog Server are available products for realizing groupware applications. Server has been used for various purposes from Electronic Stock Exchange (Traders/Portfolio Managers), The European Air Traffic Control, etc... The below URL contains info about all Ilog tools, but there is a specific part about Server and a White Paper is available. An article is dedicated to Server in the February issue ('95) of Doctor Dobb's. ilog://www.ilog.fr ---- "The unOfficial Yellow Pages of CSCW" URL: http://www.tft.tele.no/cscw/ --- Test server for InterNotes. http://www.notes.net --- Lotus has a beta version up now (so they say) and it is supposed to be at htp//www.lotus.com/ --- WorldCom: htp//www.worldcom.com/ ftp://ftp.worldcom.com/pub/lnotes-l/internet/ln.html --- Corporate Software: http://www.csis.csof.com --- Compuserve: GO Lotus (LOTUSC forum) --- The CSCW Directory is a WWW document containing links to a wide range of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) & Groupware resources on the Internet. The CSCW Directory is located at: http://www.demon.co.uk/jrac/cscwdir.html ---- Information about the Regatta Project, an innovative approach to coordination, can be found at: ftp://ftp.ossi.com/pub/regatta/regatta-home.html ---- Information on SLATE, a groupware product focused on supporting various Systems Engineering and Requirements Management tasks is available from: http://www.slate.tdtech.com ----------------------------------------------------------- WWW Archive for Formal Technical Review ----------------------------------------------------------- This is a WWW URLs containing general information related to: - formal technical review (FTR) including code inspection materials, bibliographies, on-line research publications, and more - specific information on CSRS, and their computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) environment for FTR. at: http://www.ics.hawaii.edu/~johnson/FTR It is intend that this URL will become a central Internet archive for materials on software review. All CSRS publications and material are accessible through the following WWW URL: http://www.ics.hawaii.edu/~csdl/csrs Development of CSRS is proceeding extremely well. Version 3 of CSRS, which includes a process modelling language for FTR, has been released within our group and is being used for an empirical study of FTR methods. A "pre-release" version of CSRS is now available on-line (see the home page for further information). CSRS is not a "shrink wrapped" product: we expect that effective technology transfer of CSRS will require extensive collaboration with our research group for the foreseeable future. Contact us for details if you want to explore the leading edge of software quality. ------------------------------------------------------------ WebNotes and NetNotes - Forums and Conferences ------------------------------------------------------------ This is a very powerful, yet easy to use conferencing package used in a variety of applications including: o General forums or "bulletin boards" o Product support and problem tracking o Knowledge bases and information stores o Teaching and Learning Tool The WebNotes / NetNotes server features a fully indexed database, for fast text searches and queries. Conferences are organized into a simple Topic and Reply format. Users may optionally add binary attachments to their Notes. There are several public conferences available at the WebNotes site. The URL is: http://webnotes.ostech.com All are welcome to participate in these conferences. ------------------------------------------------------------ Digital's LinkWorks WWW Site ------------------------------------------------------------ Digital Equipment Corporation announces the LinkWorks InfoCenter WWW at: URL:http://www.digital.com/info/linkworks Can also be reached at Home Page: URL:http://www.digital.com (select InfoCenters) "LinkWorks is Digital's award-winning framework for delivering client/server, customized business solutions for knowledge workers in workgroup environments. Out-of-the-box LinkWorks group-enables existing systems and applications with group-sharing, document management and workflow functionality. It integrates personal and group productivity applications as well as business applications." "The fully object-oriented LinkWorks engine allows customers, business partners and ISVs alike to routinely develop group-enabled client/server solutions and to integrate business applications and legacy systems within the LinkWorks framework. Sophisticated technology can encapsulate value add solutions into software components allowing third parties to market and distribute their solutions in a protected form providing investment security. Software component installation is as simple as runtime drag-and-drop." "LinkWorks supports a broad choice of desktop clients (Windows, Macintosh, OS/2 and Motif workstations), network protocols (TCP/IP, DECnet and IPX/SPX), databases (CA/Ingres, Informix and Oracle) and servers (Digital, HP, IBM and Intel-based), both protecting existing investments as well as providing customers freedom of platform choice. LinkWorks is fully internationalised and is available in over 25 Asian and Western languages world wide." Email address is linkworks@digital.com LinkWorks related information is also available on the FABA (Fallmann und Bauernfeind Gesellschaft.m.b.H.) WWW server at: URL:http://www.faba.co.at/faba/ ------------------------------------------------------------ Bibliography references ------------------------------------------------------------ Searchable CSCW/Groupware Bibliography For research projects, there has been collected a lot of bibliographic data on CSCW and related areas available via WWW: http://www11.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/cscw/cscw-biblio.html an annotated bibliography at: ftp://ftp.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/pub/projects/CSCWbibliography some publications on CSCW at: ftp://ftp.gmd.de/gmd/cscw/ ------------------------------------------------------------ Lotus (Notes) FTP sites ------------------------------------------------------------ ftp.worldcom.com (anonymous) ftp.ccmail.com (anonymous) (Lotus) Check out the Notes Internet CookBook at: ftp.notes.net/pub/faq/notesfaq.txt ----- An Instant Groupware product, Network Central for Windows. Which has an easy to use Workgroup File Management system, and lets you create and manage a Virtual File Cabinet, which allows you to manage your existing documents in place but with descriptions, comment logs, organization by project, priorities, searching, etc. It also has features which help users of various networks (integration with Netware bindery and permissions, WfW sharing, and Auto+Connect(tm) to network servers and drives). The files for a full working version for evaluation purposes and various product data sheets is found at: ftp.firstfloor.com (Anonymous) ------------------------------------------------------------ comp.groupware FTP sites ------------------------------------------------------------ comp.groupware FAQ at: rtfm.mit.edu pub/usenet/news/news.answers/comp.groupware comp.groupware is archived at: avs.ncsc.org in: ~newsgroups/comp.groupware (anonymous) (The archives are in mail folders named MONTH_YEAR.) Articles from the 15th of October 1992 is at: gorm.ruc.dk in: ~groupware/art/comp/groupware Engebret S. Tangnes tangnes@gribb.hsr.no Stavanger University Center, Stavanger, Norway ======================================== David S. Stodolsky Euromath Center University of Copenhagen david@euromath.dk Tel.: +45 38 33 03 30 Fax: +45 38 33 88 80 (C)