The overview of a set of field studies highlights how different are the scenarios in which classification schemes (CS) play a role in cooperation. In all cases, adaptability is claimed as a fundamental requirement for their usability and effective usage. What adaptability means for CS is not an easy question. The paper tries to articulate this requirement and derive implications on the design of a supportive technology

Simone, C., Sarini, M. (2001). Adaptability of Classification Schemes in Cooperation: What does it mean?. In ECSCW 2001: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK (pp.19-38). Kluwer Academic Press [10.1007/0-306-48019-0_2].

Adaptability of Classification Schemes in Cooperation: What does it mean?

SIMONE, CARLA;SARINI, MARCELLO
2001

Abstract

The overview of a set of field studies highlights how different are the scenarios in which classification schemes (CS) play a role in cooperation. In all cases, adaptability is claimed as a fundamental requirement for their usability and effective usage. What adaptability means for CS is not an easy question. The paper tries to articulate this requirement and derive implications on the design of a supportive technology
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adaptability, classification, schemes, cooperation
English
European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW 2001) SEP 16-20
0-7923-7162-3
Simone, C., Sarini, M. (2001). Adaptability of Classification Schemes in Cooperation: What does it mean?. In ECSCW 2001: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK (pp.19-38). Kluwer Academic Press [10.1007/0-306-48019-0_2].
Simone, C; Sarini, M
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