Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
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Pamela J. Hinds, David Martin
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
CSCW, 2006.

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	address       = "Banff, Alberta, Canada",
	editor        = "Pamela J. Hinds and David Martin",
	isbn          = "1-59593-249-6",
	publisher     = "{ACM}",
	title         = "{Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work}",
	year          = 2006,

Contents (62 items)

CSCW-2006-PiperOMW #development #game studies #named #social
SIDES: a cooperative tabletop computer game for social skills development (AMP, EO, MRM, TW), pp. 1–10.
CSCW-2006-ForlinesSWB #visual notation
Exploring the effects of group size and display configuration on visual search (CF, CS, DW, RB), pp. 11–20.
CSCW-2006-TerrellM #community
Enlightening a co-located community with a semi-public notification system (GBT, DSM), pp. 21–24.
CSCW-2006-WilsonGF #collaboration #scalability
Not all sharing is equal: the impact of a large display on small group collaborative work (SMW, JG, JF), pp. 25–28.
CSCW-2006-ChongS #comparison
Interruptions on software teams: a comparison of paired and solo programmers (JC, RS), pp. 29–38.
CSCW-2006-HalversonEDK #coordination #design #development #visualisation
Designing task visualizations to support the coordination of work in software development (CAH, JBE, CD, WAK), pp. 39–48.
CSCW-2006-FitzpatrickMP #chat #collaboration #cvs #integration #lightweight
CVS integration with notification and chat: lightweight software team collaboration (GF, PM, AP), pp. 49–58.
CSCW-2006-MunkvoldEK #formal method
Formalizing work: reallocating redundancy (GM, GE, HK), pp. 59–68.
CSCW-2006-Bossen #health #standard
Representations at work: a national standard for electronic health records (CB), pp. 69–78.
Of pill boxes and piano benches: “home-made” methods for managing medication (LP, SAB), pp. 79–88.
CSCW-2006-SenGMMBWM #collaboration #named
FeedMe: a collaborative alert filtering system (SS, WG, MJM, MM, BB, EW, DRM), pp. 89–98.
CSCW-2006-TeeGG #distributed
Providing artifact awareness to a distributed group through screen sharing (KT, SG, CG), pp. 99–108.
CSCW-2006-BardramHS #interactive #named #social
AwareMedia: a shared interactive display supporting social, temporal, and spatial awareness in surgery (JEB, TRH, MS), pp. 109–118.
CSCW-2006-GutwinFWDB #network #performance #realtime
Improving network efficiency in real-time groupware with general message compression (CG, CF, MW, JD, TB), pp. 119–128.
CSCW-2006-JunuzovicD #architecture #collaboration #hybrid
Response times in N-user replicated, centralized, and proximity-based hybrid collaboration architectures (SJ, PD), pp. 129–138.
CSCW-2006-LiL #approach #editing #lightweight
A lightweight approach to transparent sharing of familiar single-user editors (DL, JL), pp. 139–148.
CSCW-2006-NardiH #collaboration #game studies
Strangers and friends: collaborative play in world of warcraft (BAN, JH), pp. 149–158.
CSCW-2006-RiegelsbergerCFP #game studies
Sounds good to me: effects of photo and voice profiles on gaming partner choice (JR, SC, SF, BCP), pp. 159–162.
CSCW-2006-FonoC #collaboration #composition #game studies #mobile #multi #named #social
Sandboxes: supporting social play through collaborative multimedia composition on mobile phones (DF, SC), pp. 163–166.
CSCW-2006-LampeES #social
A face(book) in the crowd: social Searching vs. social browsing (CL, NBE, CS), pp. 167–170.
CSCW-2006-McNeeKK #recommendation #research
Don’t look stupid: avoiding pitfalls when recommending research papers (SMM, NK, JAK), pp. 171–180.
CSCW-2006-SenLRCFOHR #community #evolution
tagging, communities, vocabulary, evolution (SS, SKL, AMR, DC, DF, JO, FMH, JR), pp. 181–190.
CSCW-2006-Lee #analysis #social #what
What goes around comes around: an analysis of as social space (KJL), pp. 191–194.
CSCW-2006-StoreyCBR #collaboration #development #social
Shared waypoints and social tagging to support collaboration in software development (MADS, LTC, RIB, PCR), pp. 195–198.
CSCW-2006-WycheHHG #case study
Technology in spiritual formation: an exploratory study of computer mediated religious communications (SW, GRH, LDH, REG), pp. 199–208.
From the war room to the living room: decision support for home-based therapy teams (JAK, GRH, GDA, REG), pp. 209–218.
The practical indispensability of articulation work to immediate and remote help-giving (AC, JO, PT, SC, TC, AG), pp. 219–228.
Making things work: dimensions of configurability as appropriation work (EB, IW), pp. 229–238.
CSCW-2006-WeisethMTL #analysis #collaboration #framework #tool support
The wheel of collaboration tools: a typology for analysis within a holistic framework (PEW, BEM, BT, SL), pp. 239–248.
The uses of paper in commercial airline flight operations (SN, EH, BEH), pp. 249–258.
CSCW-2006-OsterUMI #collaboration #consistency #editing
Data consistency for P2P collaborative editing (GO, PU, PM, AI), pp. 259–268.
CSCW-2006-IgnatN #collaboration #editing #named #visual notation
Draw-together: graphical editor for collaborative drawing (CLI, MCN), pp. 269–278.
Operation context and context-based operational transformation (DS, CS), pp. 279–288.
CSCW-2006-JacoviSGUSM #analysis #graph
The chasms of CSCW: a citation graph analysis of the CSCW conference (MJ, VS, GGF, SU, ES, NM), pp. 289–298.
CSCW-2006-Dourish #years after
Re-space-ing place: “place” and “space” ten years on (PD), pp. 299–308.
CSCW-2006-FisherBGS #email #years after
Revisiting Whittaker & Sidner’s “email overload” ten years later (DF, AJBB, EG, MAS), pp. 309–312.
Moving office: inhabiting a dynamic building (HS, AP, PS, SB, BK, TR), pp. 313–322.
CSCW-2006-SchollMH #chat #comparison
A comparison of chat and audio in media rich environments (JS, JDM, RH), pp. 323–332.
CSCW-2006-YankelovichKPWD #question
Improving audio conferencing: are two ears better than one? (NY, JK, JP, MW, JMD), pp. 333–342.
CSCW-2006-HindsM #coordination #distributed #social
Structures that work: social structure, work structure and coordination ease in geographically distributed teams (PJH, CM), pp. 343–352.
CSCW-2006-CataldoWHC #collaboration #coordination #design #identification #requirements #tool support
Identification of coordination requirements: implications for the Design of collaboration and awareness tools (MC, PW, JDH, KMC), pp. 353–362.
CSCW-2006-HossainWC #coordination #correlation
Actor centrality correlates to project based coordination (LH, AW, KSKC), pp. 363–372.
CSCW-2006-KoschmannLGF #problem
The mystery of the missing referent: objects, procedures, and the problem of the instruction follower (TK, CL, CG, PJF), pp. 373–382.
CSCW-2006-SellenHEIRTW #named
HomeNote: supporting situated messaging in the home (AS, RHRH, RE, SI, TR, AST, KRW), pp. 383–392.
CSCW-2006-AokiSPTWY #multi
Where’s the “party” in “multi-party”?: analyzing the structure of small-group sociable talk (PMA, MHS, LDP, JDT, AW, WY), pp. 393–402.
CSCW-2006-RanjanBB #analysis #collaboration
An exploratory analysis of partner action and camera control in a video-mediated collaborative task (AR, JPB, RB), pp. 403–412.
CSCW-2006-HauberRBC #performance #social #trade-off
Spatiality in videoconferencing: trade-offs between efficiency and social presence (JH, HR, MB, AC), pp. 413–422.
CSCW-2006-GueddanaR #communication #video
Pêle-Mêle, a video communication system supporting a variable degree of engagement (SG, NR), pp. 423–426.
CSCW-2006-VoidaM #analysis #challenge #multimodal
Challenges in the analysis of multimodal messaging (AV, EDM), pp. 427–430.
CSCW-2006-DabbishK #analysis #email
Email overload at work: an analysis of factors associated with email strain (LAD, REK), pp. 431–440.
CSCW-2006-SiuIT #email
Going with the flow: email awareness and task management (NS, LI, AT), pp. 441–450.
CSCW-2006-KelloggEWLCSB #communication #experience #user interface
Leveraging digital backchannels to enhance user experience in electronically mediated communication (WAK, TE, TVW, SL, JC, JBS, WEB), pp. 451–454.
CSCW-2006-FonoB #chat #persistent
Structuring and supporting persistent chat conversations (DF, RB), pp. 455–458.
CSCW-2006-RazaviI #behaviour #information management #learning
A grounded theory of information sharing behavior in a personal learning space (MNR, LI), pp. 459–468.
CSCW-2006-KhalilC #privacy
Context-aware telephony: privacy preferences and sharing patterns (AK, KC), pp. 469–478.
CSCW-2006-TangLMLD #interactive #using
Unobtrusive but invasive: using screen recording to collect field data on computer-mediated interaction (JCT, SBL, MJM, JL, CD), pp. 479–482.
CSCW-2006-LeeDM #framework
The human infrastructure of cyberinfrastructure (CPL, PD, GM), pp. 483–492.
CSCW-2006-RollandHM #concept #integration
Conceptualizing common information spaces across heterogeneous contexts: mutable mobiles and side-effects of integration (KHR, VH, EM), pp. 493–500.
CSCW-2006-Danis #collaboration #learning #performance
Forms of collaboration in high performance computing: exploring implications for learning (CD), pp. 501–504.
CSCW-2006-AvrahamiH #communication #predict
Communication characteristics of instant messaging: effects and predictions of interpersonal relationships (DA, SEH), pp. 505–514.
CSCW-2006-YamashitaI #collaboration
Effects of machine translation on collaborative work (NY, TI), pp. 515–524.
CSCW-2006-KayanFS #difference #using
Cultural differences in the use of instant messaging in Asia and North America (SK, SRF, LDS), pp. 525–528.

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