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Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing, International Conference on (2006)
University of California, Berkeley, California USA
Jan. 26, 2006 to Jan. 27, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2563-6
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Content Generation, Annotation and Search for Croquet Environment

Croquet with TVML: Scripting and Generating Croquet 3D Worlds using TVML (Abstract)

Yutaka Kidawara , NICT, Japan
Katsumi Tanaka , NICT, Japan
Takashi Yamamiya , Viewpoints Research Institute
Masaki Hayashi , NHK Science & Technical Research Laboratories, Japan
pp. 2-9

3D Model Annotation from Multiple Viewpoints for Croquet (Abstract)

Alan Kay , Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
Mark P. McCahill , University of Minnesota, USA
Katsumi Tanaka , National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Rieko Kadobayashi , National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Julian Lombardi , Duke University, USA
Howard Stearns , The University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
pp. 10-15

Reconfigurable Search Engine for Exploiting Search Knowledge (Abstract)

Koji Zettsu , National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Katsumi Tanaka , National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
pp. 16-25
Media for Collaboration (1)

3D Environments Utilization Effects in Development Processes of Embedded IT Devices (Abstract)

Masahiro Sakai , Micronet Co., Ltd.
Atsushi Togawa , Micronet Co., Ltd.
Yasutaka Ishizaki , Micronet Co., Ltd.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto , Hokkaido University
pp. 26-28

Basket - An experimental email environment for sharing objects (Abstract)

Tetsuya Hayashi , IPA Exploratory Software Project FY2004
pp. 29-34
Learning Environments

Computer-Aided Collaboration Environment for Long-Term Cross-Cultural Studies between Korean and Japanese High Schools (Abstract)

Masumi Sato , Hyogo Prefectural Nishinomiya-Imazu High School, Japan
Kazutoshi Sumiya , University of Hyogo, Japan
pp. 50-57
New Directions for Croquet (1)

Extending Croquet Spaces with Vector Fields, Vehicles, and Virtual Presence (Abstract)

Anthony Zampogna , University of Minnesota, USA
Liz Wendland , University of Minnesota, USA
Mark P. McCahill , University of Minnesota, USA
Peter Moore , University of Minnesota, USA
pp. 68-72

Jam Tomorrow: Collaborative Music Generation in Croquet Using OpenAL (Abstract)

Markus Gaelli , University of Bern, Switzerland
Florian Thalmann , University of Bern, Switzerland
pp. 73-78

Simplified Distributed Authoring Via Component-based Object Construction and Deconstruction in Collaborative Croquet Spaces (Abstract)

Martin Schuetze , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Julian Lombardi , Duke University, USA
Joshua Gargus , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Howard Stearns , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
pp. 79-87
Media for Collaboration (2)

Object Deputy Database Language (Abstract)

Boxuan Zhai , Wuhan University, P.R.China
Yuan Shi , Wuhan University, P.R.China
Zhiyong Peng , Wuhan University, P.R.China
pp. 88-95

Emotional Agents for Interactive Environments (Abstract)

Knut Hartman , Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany
Maic Masuch , Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany
Grit Schuster , impara GmbH, Germany
pp. 96-102

Proposing An Interactive Collaboration Media in P2P Settings (Abstract)

Ryo Nishide , Kansai University, Japan
Masaki Hirokawa , Kansai University, Japan
Hiromu Araie , Kansai University, Japan
Shinichi Ueshima , Kansai University, Japan
pp. 103-111
Collaborative Environments (1)

The Global Computer (Abstract)

Alan H. Karp , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
pp. 112-119

New Collaborative Tools (Abstract)

Bradford Wilson , University of California, Berkeley, USA
Sang-Hack Yung , University of California, Berkeley, USA
Orion Elenzil , University of California, Berkeley, USA
Ruzena Bajcsy , University of California, Berkeley, USA
pp. 120-125

3D Global Virtual Teaming Environment (Abstract)

Eleanor Wynn , Intel Corporation
John David Miller , Intel Corporation
Chuck House , Intel Corporation
Cindy Pickering , Intel Corporation
pp. 126-135
New Directions for Croquet (2)

A Language Supporting Direct Manipulation of Component-based Object Construction and Deconstruction in Collaborative Croquet Spaces (Abstract)

Joshua Gargus , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Martin Schuetze , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Howard Stearns , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
pp. 136-141

Croquet? on Mars (Abstract)

Frank Wattenberg , United States Military Academy
Frank Hughes , Tietronix Software, Inc.
pp. 142-149

Wouldn?t you like to have your own studio in Croquet? (Abstract)

Andreas Raab , impara GmbH, Germany
Carola Zwick , Institute of Industrial Design, Germany
Christine Strothotte , Institute of Industrial Design, Germany
Constanze Langer , designafairs, Germany
pp. 150-159
Network Environments for Collaboration

Scalability of Collaborative Environments (Abstract)

Alan C. Kay , Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
Rick McGeer , Hewlett-Packard Labs, USA
Andreas Raab , Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
David P. Reed , MIT Media Lab, HP Labs, USA
David A. Smith , Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
pp. 168-174

System LSI distributed collaborative design environment for both designers and CAD developers/engineers (Abstract)

Daisuke Ando , The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tasuku Nishihara , The University of Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Fujita , The University of Tokyo, Japan
pp. 175-183
Collaborative Environments (2)

Autonomous Generation of Spherical P2P Delaunay Network for Global Internet Applications (Abstract)

Hiroaki Kato , Kansai University, Japan
Masaaki Ohnishi , Kansai University, Japan
Shinichi Ueshima , Kansai University, Japan
Takayuki Eguchi , Kansai University, Japan
pp. 184-191

EXEC: An Evolvable and eXtensible Environment for Collaboration (Abstract)

Du Li , Texas A&M University, USA
Yi Yang , Texas A&M University, USA
pp. 192-199

Inheriting Traditional Concept of "Turn" in Electronic Brain Writing for Group Idea Generation (Abstract)

Motoki Miura , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Ujjwal Neupane , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Susumu Kunifuji , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
pp. 200-209
Creation Support

Script Synthesis Tool for Non-Experienced Programmers (Abstract)

Koji Yokokawa , Mamezou Co., Ltd., Japan
pp. 218-221

Idioms for Composing Games with EToys (Abstract)

Serge Stinckwich , Universite de Caen/CNRS, France
Markus Gaelli , University of Bern, Switzerland
Oscar Nierstrasz , University of Bern, Switzerland
pp. 222-231
Simulation

User Evaluation of Information Presentation System for Nature Observation (Abstract)

Mitsutoshi Abe , Kyoto University, Japan
Kazuyuki Moriya , Kyoto University, Japan
Tetsuro Sakai , Kyoto University, Japan
Keishi Nishihara , Kyoto University, Japan
Naoki Yasukawa , Kyoto University, Japan
pp. 240-245

SABER -- Simulator for Agent Based Educational Architecture -- (Abstract)

Akira Sasaki , Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Hiroshi Deguchi , Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Ko Ishiyama , Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
pp. 246-253
Collaborative Environments (3)

An Integrated Session and Repository Management Approach for Real-Time Collaborative Editing Systems (Abstract)

Chengzheng Sun , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
David Chen , Griffith University, Australia
David Sun , University of California at Berkeley, USA
Steven Xia , Griffith University, Australia
pp. 254-261

A Buffer Framework for Supporting Responsive Interaction in Information Visualization Interfaces (Abstract)

Andre Miede , University of Calgary, Canada
Tobias Isenberg , University of Calgary, Canada
Sheelagh Carpendale , University of Calgary, Canada
pp. 262-269

LogCabin: A tool for workshop documentation and visualization (Abstract)

Toshiyuki Takeda , Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
pp. 270-276
Demos and Poster Session
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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