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authors Indrusiak, L.S., Becker, J., Glesner, M. and Reis, R.
year 2001
title Distributed Collaborative Design over Cave2 Framework
source 11th IFIP International Conference on Very Large Integration, Montpellier
summary The Cave Project is a research initiative aiming to make possible a user-transparent distribution of CAD resources over computer networks. It can be divided in three parts: * a Framework of reusable software, composed by CAD tool modules and design data representation primitives * a web based design environment, implemented over the Framework foundations, together with a Service Space, which provides the necessary control on the distribution of design resources and the data sharing among designers * a Communication Channel, which allows synchronous and asynchronous interaction among the designers The modules can be distributed over nodes of a Internet Protocol based network. The designers interact with all of the modules using a Java-enabled client software, e.g. a web browser.
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