A Pattern Approach for End-User Centered Groupware Development

A Pattern Approach for End-User Centered Groupware Development
Schümmer, Till
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ISBN 978-3-89936-383-8
Bestell-Nr. 383B
Gewicht 444 g
Warengruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik
Sachgruppe Schriften zu Kooperations- und Mediensystemen
Einband broschiert/Efalin
Sprache Englisch
Umfang 310
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1. Introduction
1.1 Motivation
1.2 Problem Statement
1.3 Approach
1.4 Organization of this thesis

2. Theory of Development Activities
2.1 Heidegger – Understanding Situatedness
2.2 Alexander – The Synthesis of Form
2.3 Rittel and Webber – Wicked Problems
2.4 Schön – Reflection in Action
2.5 Alexander – Patterns in the Context of Design
2.6 Alexander – The Oregon Experiment
2.7 The Scandinavian Approach – Participatory Design
2.8 Alexander – The Nature of Order
2.9 Takeuchi and Nonaka – The Rugby Approach
2.10 Groupware Development Requirements

3. State of the Art
3.1 Software Development Processes
3.2 Groupware Development Processes
3.3 Summary of the first part

4. Approach
4.1 The Oregon Software Development Process
4.2 The Pattern Representation

5. The Pattern Language
5.1 Importance of Group Formation
5.2 A Pattern Language
5.3 Summary

6. Experiences
6.1 Observation Method
6.2 Context of the CURE Project
6.3 Conceptual Iterations in CURE
6.4 Development Iterations in CURE
6.5 Tailoring Iterations in CURE
6.6 Student Projects
6.7 Observations Made by Peer Reviewers and Shepherds
6.8 Summary

7. Conclusions and Future Work

Über den Autor

Till Schümmer, born 1973 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, studied computer science at the Darmstadt University of Technology from 1994 to 1999 finishing with a diploma in computer science. From 1999 to 2002, he participated in the DFG supported PhD program „Infrastructures for Electronic Commerce“ at the Darmstadt University of Technology. During his years in Darmstadt, Till collaborated with the CONCERT division of the Fraunhofer IPSI institute where he participated in the development of the COAST groupware framework and several applications for supporting group interaction in work settings and in e-commerce contexts. In 2002, he moved to the FernUniversität in Hagen, where he developed groupware applications that support distributed students in their learning process. His insights of 10 years of groupware development are captured in this thesis for which Till received a Dr. rer. nat. in computer science in July 2005.

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