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First class collaborative elements have been identified by Meta Collab's collaborative research in the development a general theory of collaboration (GTC). The GTC's hypothesis states that a set of observable first class elements comprised of dynamics and components exist which are common to all collaborative scenarios. It also states that a set of second class elements exist parallel to and/or nested within first class elements. These second class elements may therefore appear in some but not all collaborative situations. It is also recognised that first and second class dynamics and components may be different for collaborative scenarios enacted by non-human participants (i.e. computational agents etc).

First class collaborative components Edit

First class components of the collaborative process include:

For a summary of these components, see the general theory of collaboration's collaborative research page.

First class collaborative dynamics Edit

First class dynamics of the collaborative process include:

For a summary of these components, see the general theory of collaboration's collaborative research page.


See also Second class collaborative elements.


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