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Best paper award for article on Hybrid Wikis - Empowering Users to...

The article Hybrid Wikis: Empowering Users to Collaboratively Structure Information was selected as the best paper at the International Conference on Software and Data Management 2011 (ICSOFT 2011), Sevilla, Spain. In this article the author team (Florian Matthes, Christian Neubert, and Alexander Steinhoff) introduce the concepts of Hybrid Wikis, a new approach for structuring contents in enterprise wikis, and show how business users benefit from this approach.


Article on Technology Surveillance based on Web 2.0 Tools accepted at...

In the paper titled "Using Web 2.0 Technologies to Support Technology Surveillance in a University Context " the author team (Florian Matthes, Marta Beatriz Infante Abreu and Alexander Steinhoff) a theoretical model of a Web 2.0 supported Technology Surveillance (TS) process is developed. The model specifies how Web 2.0 technologies can replace traditional tools, support the actors in the TS process and how they transform the TS process itself. This means, that the roles of the people participating in the process change and that previously separate activities are partially integrated. It is further demonstrated how this approach can be applied in practice using an existing commercial web based collaboration platform.


Article on structuring contents in enterprise wikis accepted at ECKM 2011

In the paper titled "Enabling Knowledge Workers to Collaboratively Add Structure to Enterprise Wikis", the author team (Florian Matthes and Christian Neubert) introduce concepts and mechanisms facilitating the evolution of information structures in an enterprise wiki and explain how business user benefit from them.


Article on Hybrid Wikis accepted at ICSOFT 2011

The article Hybrid Wikis: Empowering Users to Collaboratively Structure Information has been accepted for publication at ICSOFT 2011. In the this article the author team (Florian Matthes, Christian Neubert, and Alexander Steinhoff) introduce Hybrid Wikis, a new approach for structuring contents in enterprise wikis, and show how business users benefit from this approach.


Article on Data Model Driven Implementation of Web Cooperation Systems...-2

The article Data Model Driven Implementation of Web Cooperation Systems with Tricia has been accepted for publication at ICOODB 2010.
In the article the author team (Thomas Büchner, Florian Matthes, and Christian Neubert) present the data model framework of Tricia, an open source web collaboration and knowledge software.