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Conference Papers Year : 2001

Computer-Supported Deliberations for Distributed Teams


In our terminology, a deliberation is a distributed collaborative process, more or less spontaneous, structured, and complex. This process can include both individual and collective activities, synchronous and asynchronous phases. But in every case, its core part is the negotiation of some result through argumentation. This paper describes a comprehensive flexible generic support for distributed deliberations: motivations, design choices, current Java proto-type, and usage through a collaborative document inspection example.
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inria-00100441 , version 1 (26-09-2006)


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Jacques Lonchamp, Fabrice Muller. Computer-Supported Deliberations for Distributed Teams. International Workshop on Innovative Internet Computing Systems - IICS'2001, 2001, Ilmenau, Allemagne, pp.167-174. ⟨inria-00100441⟩
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