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A System to Support Collaborative Mobile Electronic Meetings

  • Crescencio Bravo
  • Pablo García
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4101)

Abstract

In this article we focus on the meetings that according to different aims are held in organizations. In these work meetings the participants share information, discuss ideas, make decisions and produce documents. Specifically, we approach a type of meeting in which the participants are at distance and make use of mobile devices on wireless networks. Along this line, we have developed a system to support these new kinds of electronic meeting settings. The system design was informed with our observations of real meetings, the analysis of some EMSs and other information collection techniques. The system, called REMO, follows a three-stage model (pre-meeting, meeting and post-meeting) and includes a wide set of collaborative tools. REMO can be used both from a central meeting place, with video-projectors and interactive whiteboards, and from remote locations.

Keywords

Mobile Device Video Conference Computer Support Cooperative Work Collaborative Tool Share Note 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Crescencio Bravo
    • 1
  • Pablo García
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Information Technologies and Systems, Computer Engineering SchoolUniversity of Castilla – La ManchaCiudad RealSpain

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