Issue No. 03 - June (1995 vol. 10)
In recent years there has been a shift from traditional expert systems to cooperative systems for workgroups. This shift stems from the realization that designers must consider the workplace's contextual information if they are to create successful applications, rather than developing applications to perform a task in isolation. The traditional expert systems development methods are insufficient to create effective cooperative systems. This special issue focuses on some of the central problems that arise when building cooperative expert systems.
G. Klinker, M. Linster and G. Yost, "Cooperative Systems for Workgroups," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 10, no. , pp. 39-40, 1995.