w5_3_Network Collab_Sp12

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Network Applications 1- Collaboration Agenda 1. Review 2. Preparing for Exam 1 3. Network Applications: Collaboration 4. Note: HW#3 posted next week IE 332 2.10.12
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Review 1. Query, report, table, form? 2. Subform? 3. Differences between discovery-Communication 4. Case study you read that has communication problems 5. Case study you read that applied discovery as a solution 2
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3. Collaboration Collaboration implies efforts of two or more entities (individuals, teams, groups or organizations) who work together to accomplish certain tasks Work group Virtual group (team) Collaboration depends on communication Communication now enables e-Collaboration: Cyber-supported collaboration Among sensors, machines, robots, software-agents (bots) 3 “Two heads are better than one” [1c1 > 1+1]
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Collaboration (continued) Virtual collaboration Workflow technologies Groupware Teleconferencing Videoconference Web conferencing Real-time collaboration tools 4
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5 Workflow = IE Work-methods, flow-diagrams
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course IE 332 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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