ThinkMind // COLLA 2011, The First International Conference on Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications
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Notes: IARIA Conference.
Antonio De Nicola, ENEA, Italy
Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, France
Event editions: - there are 11 editions.
Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Dates: from June 19, 2011 to June 24, 2011
Articles: there are 11 articles
Collaborative Decision Constructing Supported by Cross-Pollination Space
Anastasiya Yurchyshyna, Wanda Opprecht, and Michel Leonard
keywords: decision constructing; service innovation; information kernel; collaborative environment; creative collaboration
Towards a Collaborative Sessions’ Management Tool for WSNs
Laura Margarita Rodríguez Peralta, Lina Maria Pestana Leão de Brito, and João Filipe Freitas Santos
keywords: Wireless Sensor Networks; Modeling; Collaboration Hierarch; CSCW; ZigBee
E-Collaboration Systems: How Collaborative They Really Are
Bettina Schauer and Michael Zeiller
keywords: electronic collaboration; electronic collaboration systems; Enterprise 2.0; social software; social interaction
Modeling Collaboration for Crisis and Emergency Management
Antonio De Nicola, Alberto Tofani, Giordano Vicoli, and Maria Luisa Villani
keywords: Conceptual Modeling; Collaborative Networks; Critical Infrastructures; UML Profiles.
Review on Living Labs-Their predecessors, their principles and the diversity of their applications.
Maria Mikela Chatzimichailidou and Dusko Lukac
keywords: Open Innovation; openness; Mass Customization
Challenges of Digital Era: Potential and Pitfalls of Social Media. Ethics and Trust in Collaborative Cross-Domains
Nerutė Kligienė and Aurimas Rapečka
keywords: social media; networking; digital footprint; data privacy; safety online; professional ethics; recommender systems.
User Innovations Through Online Communities From the Perspective of Social Network Analysis
Sergio Toral, Mª Rocio Martínez-Torres, and Paul Di Gangi
keywords: user innovation; open innovation; online community; social network analysis.
Web-Based Community for Fire Response Actions
Alexander Smirnov, Alexey Kashevnik, Tatiana Levashova, and Nikolay Shilov
keywords: smart space; service-oriented architecture; Web services; Web-based community; emergency response
Design of Suitable Meeting Management Model for WebELS Meeting to Meet the Business Situations
Sila Chunwijitra, Arjulie John Berena, Hitoshi Okada, and Haruki Ueno
keywords: Meeting management tool; simple group-based concept; business meeting; auto-reconnection; WebELS Meeting
Static and Semantic Social Networks Analysis: Towards a Multidimensional Convergent Model.
Christophe Thovex and Francky Trichet
keywords: social, networks, analysis, ontologies, semantic, betweenness
An Open Source Collaboration Framework with Inter-Desktop Movable Windows and Remote Multicursor Desktops
keywords: Real-time collaboration, technologies for collaborative work, open source, interface sharing