Patterns in Productive Online Networks: Roles, Interactions, and Communication
Is a mediator between different parties in a transaction of material or immaterial assets.
- Open innovation
Is distributedly carried-out innovation by sharing ideas, rewards, and risk.
- Open-source software
Is a publicly produced software that is available in source code form.
- Position analyses
Are network analysis techniques for detecting structural properties of networks, especially groups of actors with similar relationships or roles.
Is a technology that allows users to create and edit website content (online documents) using Web browsers.
Community interactions have been in the focus of research in several disciplines for a long time, e.g., in ethnology, sociology, or social psychology. With the increase of social activities taking place online, this research has been extended toward studying...
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