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Peer-to-peer Face-to-face Collaboration

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Peer-to-peer Face-to-face Collaboration
In this paper, we present a proof of concept application of a technique that is designed explicitly for face to face collaboration software architectures. The objective is to minimize the impact on the installation and deployment of the application, that, while internally keeping a client-server architecture (in order to allow the centralize coordination and monitoring), presents to the user (both teacher and learners) as uniform work environment, integrating client and server components in one piece of software. In order to further limit the impact on the configuration, we define a start and play protocol, to start-up the application with no network configuration; the start and play protocol takes advantage from the particular conditions of the face to face context i.e. LAN setting. The application is built on the Eclipse core (Rich Client Platform), and inherits its plug-in based architecture and its advanced tailoring features. 1 Face2face collaboration systems Current research in C...
Delfina Malandrino, Ilaria Manno
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ECTEL
Authors Delfina Malandrino, Ilaria Manno
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