Gonzalez, V. and Mark, G. (2005). Managing currents
of work: Multi-tasking among multiple collaborations. Proceedings of
the 8th European Conference of Computer-supported Cooperative Work
(ECSCW’03), September 18-22, 2005, Paris, France.
Mark, G., Gonzalez, V., and Harris, J. (2005). No Task Left Behind? Examining the Nature of Fragmented Work Proceedings of ACM CHI’05, Portland, OR, April, pp. 321-330.Gonzalez, V. and Mark, G. (2004). “Constant, Constant, Multi-tasking Craziness”: Managing Multiple Working Spheres. Proceedings of ACM CHI’04, Vienna, Austria, April 26-29.
Mark, G., Abrams, S., and Nassif, N. (2003). Group-to-Group Distance Collaboration: Examining the “Space Between”. Proceedings of the 8th European Conference of Computer-supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW’03), 14-18. September 2003, Helsinki, Finland, pp. 99-118.
Bradner, E. and Mark, G. (2002). Why Distance Matters: Effects on Cooperation, Persuasion and Deception. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on CSCW (CSCW’02), New Orleans, November 16-20, New York: ACM Press, pp. 226-235.
Mark, G. (2002). Conventions and commitments in distributed groups. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing. vol. 11, no. 3-4, pp. 349-387.
Mark, G. (2002). Extreme collaboration. Communications of the ACM. Vol. 45(6), pp.89-93.
Mark, G., Grudin, J., and Poltrock, S. (1999). Meeting at the desktop: An empirical study of virtually collocated teams. Proceedings of ECSCW'99, The 6th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 12-16 September 1999, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 159-178.
Mark, G., Fuchs, L. and Sohlenkamp, M. (1997). Supporting groupware conventions through contextual awareness. Proceedings of ECSCW’97, Sept. 7-11, Lancaster, England, pp. 253-268.
Mark, G. (1997). Merging multiple perspectives in groupware use: Intra- and intergroup conventions. In S. C. Hayne, and W. Prinz (eds.) Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP’97), Nov. 16-19, Phoenix, pp. 19-28.
Collaborative information visualization
Mark, G., Carpenter, K., Kobsa, A. (2003) A Model of Synchronous Collaborative Information Visualization. Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'03). July 16-18, 2003, London. IEEE Press.
Mark, G., Kobsa, A. and Gonzalez, V. (2002). Do four eyes see better than two? Collaborative versus individual discovery in data visualization systems. Proceedings of IEEE Sixth International Conference on Information Visualization (IV’02), London, July 10-12, 2002. IEEE Press, pp. 249-255
Simone, C., Mark, G, and. Giubbilei, D. (1999). Interoperability as a means of articulation work. In D. Georgakopoulos, W. Prinz, and A. Wolf (eds.) Proceedings of ACM Conference on Work Activities Coordination and Collaboration (WACC'99), ACM Press, Feb. 22-25, 1999, San Francisco.
Mambrey, P., Mark, G., and Pankoke-Babatz, U. (1998). User advocacy in participatory design: designers’ experiences with a new communication channel. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing, 7: 291-313, 1998.
Prinz, W., Mark, G., and Pankoke-Babatz, U. (1998). Designing groupware for congruency in use. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on CSCW (CSCW’98), Seattle, Nov. 14-18, 1998. ACM Press.
Mark, G., Haake, J., and Streitz, N. (1997). Hypermedia use in group work: Changing the product, process, and strategy. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing, vol 6, issue 4, pp. 1-42.
Empirical studies of requirements engineering
Bergman, M. and Mark, G. (2003). In Situ
Requirements Analysis: A Deeper Examination of the Relationship between
Requirements Formation and Project Selection. Proceedings of 11th IEEE International
Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE 2003), Sept. 8-12,
Monterey Bay, CA
Bergman, M. and Mark, G. (2002). Exploring the Relationship between Project Selection and Requirements Analysis: An Empirical Study of the New Millennium Program. Proceedings of the IEEE Joint Requirements Engineering Conference (RE 2002), Essen, Germany, Sept. 9-13, pp. 247-254.
Bergman, M. and Mark, G. (2002). Technology Choice as a First Step in Design: The Interplay of Procedural and Sensemaking Processes. Proceedings of ACM Designing Interactive Systems. (DIS2002), London, 25-28 June 2002. New York: ACM Press, pp. 224-234.
Mark, G. and Poltrock, S. (2001). Diffusion
of a collaborative technology across distance. Proceedings of
2001 International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work.
Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2001, Boulder, CO. New York: ACM Press, pp. 232-241.