The Fourteenth International Workshop on Collaborative Editing Systems

Abstract : Interest in collaborative editing (CE) has seen a dramatic rise in recent years. The ubiquity of cloud services, crowdsourcing, and mobile devices means that today's Internet citizens are increasingly accustomed to producing and editing data in a shared network environment. While systems such as Google Drive, Microsoft Web Apps, Apache Wave and Codoxware allow users to collaboratively edit shared information, they have just begun to scratch the surface of CE's full potential. In the coming years, users will expect to be able to collaboratively create, share, and edit documents and data in a dynamic, real-time, and intuitive manor. This workshop aims to connect researchers, developers, and users to help explore the future of CE in tomorrow's information landscape. This year's workshop focuses on how researchers and industry practitioners can work together to accelerate delivery of CE capabilities to meet the needs of the typical information-age user.
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Michael Macfadden, Agustina Agustina, Ning Gu, Claudia-Lavinia Ignat, Haifeng Shen, et al.. The Fourteenth International Workshop on Collaborative Editing Systems. The 17th ACM Conference on Computer supported cooperative work & social computing, Feb 2014, Baltimore, United States. ⟨10.1145/2556420.2558861⟩. ⟨hal-01088762⟩



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