Conference proceedings article
Task and Information Modeling for Cooperative Work



Publication Details
Authors:
Foltz, C.; Killich, S.; Wolf, M.; Schmidt, L.; Luczak, H.
Editor:
Smith, M. J.; Salvendy, G.
Publisher:
Erlbaum
Place:
Mahwah
Publication year:
2001
Pages range:
172-176
Book title:
Systems, Social and Internationalization Design Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction: Proceedings of the HCI International 2001 (New Orleans 2001)
ISBN:
080583608X

Abstract
Modern work systems are characterized by many persons being involved and the common use of computer systems to support them. Particularly with regard to product development, organizational paradigms like Concurrent Engineering (Pennell & Winner, 1989) enhance this trend. Therefore, task and information modeling for cooperative work are important for the design of work systems. In this paper, the further development of the C3modeling technique (Luczak et al., 1999; Killich et al., 1999) and ist application to chemical process development is presented.


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