SWIFT: system workbench for integrating and facilitating teams Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • 1993 lEEK. There have been many R&D efforts in recent years to develop computer environments that directly enhance group problem-solving productivity. An example of such efforts is the computer-based Virtual Teaming Technology (VTT) currently being developed at the Knowledge-based Engineering Sy.stems Research Laboratory (KESRL). The core software environment for KESRL's VTT is called SWIFT (System Workbench for Integrating and Facilitating Teams) and is based on the knowledge processing technology (KPT) previously developed at KESRL to support various engineering design tasks. SWIFT is a flexible environment which enables the rapid development of collaborative applications, linking workers in distriliuted environments, of many domains. This paper presents the overall system architecture of SWIFT, and introdttcts the current and future R&D efforts at KESRI in realizing SWIFT for significani tnduslrial applications.

name of conference

  • [1993] Second Workshop on Enabling Technologies@m_Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises

published proceedings

  • [1993] Proceedings Second Workshop on Enabling Technologies@m_Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises

author list (cited authors)

  • Lu, S., Smith, K., Herman, A., Mattox, D., Silliman, M., Lucenti, M., ... Case, M.

complete list of authors

  • Lu, S||Smith, K||Herman, A||Mattox, D||Silliman, M||Lucenti, M||Jacobs, J||Chazin, D||Lawley, M||Case, M

publication date

  • January 1, 1993 11:11 AM