A design framework for coordination support systems.
Ringwall, Eric Scott
Bui, Tung X.
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The aim of this thesis is to develop a model for a coordination support system (CSS) based on a newly synthesized coordination theory and the group decision support system (GDSS) model proposed by Bui and Jarke (1986) . Current coordination theory is reviewed and drawn upon to develop a new approach to coordination which is then applied to reach a generic CSS design by establishing modifications to the GDSS model module by module.
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