By Chiara Rossitto,Luigina Ciolfi,David Martin,Bernard Conein

This quantity offers the complaints of the eleventh overseas convention at the layout of Cooperative platforms (COOP 2014). The convention is a venue for multidisciplinary examine contributing to the layout, overview and research of cooperative structures and their integration in companies, public venues, and lifestyle. COOP emerged from the ecu culture of computing device Supported Cooperative paintings (CSCW) and Cognitive Ergonomics as practiced in France. 


These lawsuits are a set of 28 papers reflecting the diversity of analysis actions within the box, in addition to an expanding curiosity in investigating the use and layout of ICT in all points of way of life and society, and never simply within the office. The papers signify various study issues, from healthcare to sustainable mobility to catastrophe reaction, in settings from around the world. For the 1st time, the complaints comprise papers offered in an Early-Career Researchers tune which used to be equipped to be able to provide younger researchers the chance to debate their paintings with a global group.


This number of papers offers an image of latest advancements and vintage themes of analysis round cooperative platforms, in keeping with the primary deep wisdom of cooperative practices is a key to knowing know-how affects and generating caliber designs. The articles awarded will entice researchers and practitioners alike, as they mix an figuring out of the character of labor with the probabilities provided by means of novel electronic applied sciences.


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