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id e994
authors Gero, J. S.
year 1993
title The role of visual emergence in collaborative design
source Computational Support for Distributed Collaborative Design, Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, pp. 103-115
summary There are two fundamental approaches to the use of computers to support collaborative design: (i) to use the computer as a device which increases the efficiency of what designers could do previously, and (ii) to use the computer as an active device which allows designers to do what they could not readily do previously. // This paper is concerned with the latter approach by introducing the concept of visual or graphical emergence as one form of collaboration at a distance that can not readily be carried out without the aid of the computer.
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type normal paper
email john@arch.usyd.edu.au
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