Group-writing, in which a document is jointly produced by
a team of writers, occurs widely in science and in industry.
There are now a number of products and research tools designed to
support group-writing teams.
Most, however, required use of non-mainstream word-processing systems,
and usually assume that full information is continuously available
through a network to mediate and avoid conflicts. This paper reports
research on a group-writing tool that deviates as little as possible
from conventional word processors and assumes only intermittent
network connections for document exchange and conflict resolution.
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