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hospit (5)
base (3)
structur (2)
task (2)
plan (2)

Stem ward$ (all stems)

11 papers:

CSCWCSCW-2014-BossenJ #bibliography #how
How physicians “achieve overview”: a case-based study in a hospital ward (CB, LGJ), pp. 257–268.
Warding off the dangers of data corruption with amulet (NB, SB, NM, SU), pp. 277–288.
CSCWCSCW-2010-BardramH #case study #coordination #why
Why the plan doesn’t hold: a study of situated planning, articulation and coordination work in a surgical ward (JEB, TRH), pp. 331–340.
CSCWCSCW-2008-TangC #deployment #mobile
Evaluating the deployment of a mobile technology in a hospital ward (CT, MSTC), pp. 205–214.
REFSQREFSQ-2007-SorbyN #behaviour #framework #towards
Towards a Tomographic Framework for Structured Observation of Communicative Behaviour in Hospital Wards (IDS, ØN), pp. 262–276.
CSCWCSCW-2002-Bossen #parametricity
The parameters of common information spaces: : the heterogeneity of cooperative work at a hospital ward (CB), pp. 176–185.
SACSAC-2000-AnconaDGMG #mobile
Mobile Computing in a Hospital: the WARD-IN-HAND Project (MA, GD, VG, FM, MG), pp. 554–556.
FMFME-1994-FencottGLOP #algebra #formal method #modelling #process #semantics #using
Formalising the Semantics of Ward/Mellor SA/RT Essential Models using a Process Algebra (PCF, AG, MAL, SJO, SP), pp. 681–702.
HCIHCI-SHI-1993-FrascinaS #analysis #design #human-computer #interface
Task Analysis in Design of a Human-Computer Interface for a Ward Based System (TF, RAS), pp. 226–230.
ESECESEC-1993-TuyaSZC #approach #design #realtime #specification
A Pragmatic Task Design Approach Based on a Ward/Mellor Real-Time Structured Specification (JT, LS, RZ, JAC), pp. 301–312.
SIGIRSIGIR-1986-El-HamdouchiW #clustering #documentation #using
Hierarchic Document Clustering Using Ward’s Method (AEH, PW), pp. 149–156.

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