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An architecture for building collaborative tools in Java

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An architecture for building collaborative tools in Java
To date, there are surprisingly few collaborative applications that exploit the accessibility of the Internet. The main reason behind this is that it is rather difficult and time consuming to build such one-off applications. In this paper, we introduce an architecture built in Java that would allow rapid and easy development of collaborative applications. This architecture also provides a feature that can dynamically rewire the collaborators in order to achieve greater efficiency. This architecture was tested with Fujaba[8] case tool by enhancing some of it’s single user capabilities to a level of real-time multi-user collaboration. Indeed, this approach proved to be a reliable solution to quickly building and deploying collaborative applications, and future work would be on making it more flexible and more efficient.
Y. C. Nuckchady, Jyrki Nummenmaa
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where SPLST
Authors Y. C. Nuckchady, Jyrki Nummenmaa
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