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"Supporting distributed software design meetings: What can we learn from co-located meetings?"

 

 
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Supporting distributed software design meetings: What can we learn from co-located meetings?

Uri Dekel, ISRI-SCS, Carnegie Mellon University

OO-design meetings are carried out face-to-face because existing tools are either too formal, or not specific enough. Our work studies the low-level characteristics of design meetings that must be supported in the transition to virtual conferencing. We apply contextual design techniques to two colocated design meetings held during the OOPSLA'04 DesignFest event.
 
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