In most institutions today, product development is done by teams of designers. No matter which kind of product is developed, there is a strong need for the designers to closely cooperate. the spectrum of cooperation is quite broad. It ranges from non-structured, ad-hoc cooperation over less-structured and less-guided cooperation schemes to very well structured and predefined collaboration schemes up to asynchronous, message-based cooperation. the broad range of cooperation patterns is addressed by several communities, most prominently by the CSCW and workflow communities.
|Title of host publication||Transaction Management Support for Cooperative Applications|
|Editors||Rolf A. de By, Wolfgang Klas, Jari Veijalainen|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
|Name||Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science|
Klas, W., de By, R., & Veijalainen, J. (1997). Introduction. In R. A. de By, W. Klas, & J. Veijalainen (Eds.), Transaction Management Support for Cooperative Applications (pp. 1-9). (Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science; Vol. 433). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-5679-4_1