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Co-operative process management : cognition and information technology

Author: Yvonne Wærn
Publisher: London ; Bristol, PA : Taylor & Francis, ©1998.
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The characteristics of "Co-operative Process Management" covered in this book concern the requirements of the dynamic situation "per se" as well as the requirements of the co-operation. Important factors are that no single person can have an overview of the situation; that expertise is distributed both temporally and qualitatively; that the ongoing process has to be represented in some way whether or not  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Co-operative process management.
London ; Bristol, PA : Taylor & Francis, ©1998
(DLC) 98145676
(OCoLC)39029553
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Yvonne Wærn
ISBN: 0203212673 9780203212677 1280104554 9781280104558
OCLC Number: 53893611
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 246 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Background ; Analysis of a generic dynamic situation / Yvonne Wærn --
Task analysis and its relevance for team work / Rob Stammers --
Context, cognition and control / Eric Hollnagel --
Team decision-making and situation awareness in military command and control / Henrik Artman --
Creation and loss of cognitive empathy at an emergency control centre / Henrik Artman and Yvonne Wærn --
Utilization of information technology in navigational decision-making / Leena Norros and Kristiina Hukki --
The C³FIRE microworld / Rego Granlund --
Visualized co-ordination support in distributed decision-making / Peter Svenmarck --
Co-operation and situation awareness within and between time-scales in dynamic decision-making / Henrik Artman --
Effects of time pressure in fully connected and hierarchical architectures of distributed decision-making / Berndt Brehmer --
Co-ordination training in emergency management / John Dowell and Walter Smith --
Microworld systems for emergency management training / Rego Granlund --
In search of organizational memory in process control / Esa Aurmäki and Mikko Kovalainen --
Knowledge management for collective learning and organizational memory / Sture Hägglund --
Knowledge graphs in group learning / Roel Popping --
Final discussion and conclusions / Yvonne Wærn.
Responsibility: edited by Yvonne Wærn.
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The characteristics of "Co-operative Process Management" covered in this book concern the requirements of the dynamic situation "per se" as well as the requirements of the co-operation. Important factors are that no single person can have an overview of the situation; that expertise is distributed both temporally and qualitatively; that the ongoing process has to be represented in some way whether or not computerized; that co-operation is dependent on formal as well as informal information transfer; that predictions of the developing situation have to be performed; and that knowledge and skills of the participants must develop on different levels. What results is a book which covers analyses, field studies, micro-world studies, training and the creation of computer artefacts under the Co-operative Process Management umbrella.; This book should be of interest to those engaged in research or building applications in a dynamic co-operative information technology environment. It presents the work of some of the world's leading researchers from the four corners of CSCW, HCI, Process Control and Cognitive Ergonomics.

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