By G. Dimauro, S. Impedovo, G. Pirlo, A. Salzo (auth.), Nabeel A. Murshed, Flávio Bortolozzi (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the 1st Brazilian Symposium on rfile photo research, BSDIA'97, held in Curitiba in November 1997. the amount provides 19 revised complete papers chosen from 30 submissions in addition to 8 full-paper invited contributions via the world over top experts. The invited papers provide a special survey of the cutting-edge within the sector. the chosen papers are equipped in sections on low point processing, record processing and retrieval, handwriting popularity, signature verification, and alertness systems.
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Principle 11: Buffering. As information propagates around a system, there may be times when the arrival of new information interferes with important ongoing activity. 195]. Buffering allows the new information to be held up until an appropriate time, when it can be introduced. In the case of ambulance control, radio operators frequently buffer information for their sector allocators. Principle 12: Communication Bandwidth. 232]. This richness needs to be recognised when technologies are redesigned.
They suggest three ways in which cognition may be distributed: 1. ” 2. ” 3. ” This gives some indication of the sorts of observations and phenomena that a DC analysis might highlight; we have expanded on these by reference to the broader DC literature to present a set of principles of DC. The three themes that have been the focus of the work to date are: physical layout; information flow; and the design and use of artifacts. Two further themes—evolution over time and the role of social structures in coordinating activity—have not to date formed a focus for analysis, and are therefore omitted from the current account.
It has been widely promoted as a method for reasoning about the design of distributed systems involving multiple people and interactive devices. However, despite the relevance of DC to HCI, it has lacked visibility in the HCI community [12,13] and, to the best of our knowledge, there has been no concerted attempt to develop or test a methodology for applying the ideas of DC in a structured way for distributed work. In this paper, we present DiCoT (Distributed Cognition for Teamwork), a structured approach to analysing a work system in terms of the central ideas of Distributed Cognition as presented in the DC literature.
Advances in Document Image Analysis: First Brazilian Symposium, BSDIA'97 Curitiba, Brazil, November 2–5, 1997 Proceedings by G. Dimauro, S. Impedovo, G. Pirlo, A. Salzo (auth.), Nabeel A. Murshed, Flávio Bortolozzi (eds.)