By Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Anne Marie Pinna-Dery, Kjeld Schmidt, Pascale Zarate

The most objective of the COOP meetings is to give a contribution to the answer of difficulties concerning the layout of cooperative structures, and to the combination of those structures in organizational settings. the most assumption in the back of the COOP meetings is that cooperative layout calls for a deep knowing of cooperative paintings in teams and companies, concerning either artifacts and social practices. The COOP 2002 convention is especially dedicated to the subsequent matters: the space among 'virtual' and 'material' artifacts in human collaboration; collaboration between cellular actors; the WWW as a platform for cooperative structures and altering practices and corporations within the wake of the cooperative platforms.

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Blay-Fornarino et al. (Eds. I IOS Press. O. Box 1080, NO-0316 Oslo, Norway Abstract: Designing and developing technologies used to support distributed cooperation across organisational boundaries is challenging. Traditional design strategies do not appear to be suited to the situation at hand, as we will have to deal with vague visions rather than defined requirements, and most importantly, the development has to happen in a complex setting with a multitude of stakeholders, over whom no single actor has control.

2 Components and features The purpose of the Plugin system is to give support for a flexible and easy exchange of Plugins. Figure 9 shows the three most significant classes of the system. The PluginContainer at the top of Figure 9 is a class providing the basic functionalities that are common to both the PluginClient and the PluginServer subclasses (bottom of the figure). These functionalities handle the collection of Plugins in order to: • Insert and remove Plugins to and from the container. This is the basic feature that allows the designer to decide which Plugin are available in ThreeDness.

We cannot say. In fact, it is more of a philosophical question whether communication is enhanced or impaired by reducing re-clarification. We argue that by reducing the repetition of previous articulation, the system is reducing the requisite effort in communication, and thereby is a benefit. Our view is that technology support should be conceived of as a guide to support articulation, and not as a replacement for articulation. For example, we can integrate the definition and communication interfaces to enable ongoing articulation.

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