Community Computing and Support Systems: Social Interaction in Networked Communities by Toru IshidaCommunity Computing and Support Systems: Social Interaction in Networked Communities by Toru Ishida

Community Computing and Support Systems: Social Interaction in Networked Communities

EditorToru Ishida

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The widespread use of global networks like the Internet and mobile computing have made worldwide computing over virtual communities a reality. This is the first book devoted to community computing. It is based on the Kyoto Meeting on Social Interaction and Communityware, held in Kyoto, Japan, in June 1998. The 24 revised full papers presented together with an introduction to the emerging field were carefully selected and revised for inclusion in the book. The book is divided in parts on models and concepts, methodologies for large scale trials, sharing knowledge and preferences, supporting social interaction, and agent technologies in communities.
Title:Community Computing and Support Systems: Social Interaction in Networked CommunitiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages

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ISBN - 10:3540654755

ISBN - 13:9783540654759

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Table of Contents

Overview.- Towards Computation over Communities.- Methodology for Large Scale Experimentation A Discussion Report.- Models and Concepts.- Complexity and Adaptation in Community Information Systems: Implications for Design.- How TRURL Evolves Multiagent Worlds for Social Interaction Analysis.- Agent Based Approach for Social Complex Systems - Management of Constructed Social World.- Awareness - The Common Link Between Groupware and Community Support Systems.- Social Psychological and Artistic Aspects of the Human Interface.- Methodologies for Large Scale Trials.- Demographics and Sociographics of the Digital City.- Groupware, Community, and Meta-Networks: the Collaborative Framework of EdNA (Education Network Australia).- C-MAP: Building a Context-Aware Mobile Assistant for Exhibition Tours.- Managing Large Scale On-line Discussions: Secrets of the Open Meeting.- Social Pattern Development Analysis: A Case Study in a Regional Community Network.- Sharing Knowledge and Preference in Communities.- CoMeMo-Community: A System for Supporting Community Knowledge Evolution.- IKNOW: A Tool to Assist and Study the Creation, Maintenance, and Dissolution of Knowledge Networks.- Building Agent Community toward Business Knowledge Base Generation.- Building Information Infrastructures for Social Worlds - The Role of Classifications and Standards.- Supporting Social Interaction in Communities.- Interactional Resources for the Support of Collaborative Activities: Common Problems in the Design of Technologies to Support Groups and Communities.- Interactive Consultation System with Asymmetrical Communication between People in Different Electronic Communities.- Communities through Time: Using History for Social Navigation.- Reflections of Communities in Virtual Environments: The Mirror.- Silhouettell: Awareness Support for Real-World Encounter.- Agent Technologies in Communities.- Supporting Network Communities with Multiagent Systems.- Agent Augmented Community: Human-to-Human and Human-to-Environment Interactions Enhanced by Situation-Aware Personalized Mobile Agents.- Community Formation via a Distributed, Privacy-Protecting Matchmaking System.- SYMBIOT: Personalizing Agents in Social Contexts.