By Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh
Collaborative Networks: Reference Modeling works to set up a theoretical starting place for Collaborative Networks. specific emphasis is wear modeling a number of points of collaborative networks and developing a entire modeling framework that captures and constructions assorted views of those complicated entities. extra, this publication introduces a contribution to the definition of reference types for Collaborative Networks. Collaborative Networks: Reference Modeling presents necessary components for researchers, PhD scholars, engineers, managers, and top practitioners attracted to collaborative platforms and networked society.
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1): a) chain topology, as in the case of supply chains in manufacturing industries, b) star topology (dominant member), which is typically the case in construction or automotive industries, and c) general network topology, as in creative and knowledge industries. In a chain topology, the partners’ interaction pattern mainly follows a value-chain. In a star topology, partners interact with one central hub or strategic center, while partners in general network topology have multiple relationships among all nodes without hierarchy.
3). Ultimately these initiatives contributed to some standards. In the case of CNs, a much younger field in which many examples and forms of collaboration are only emerging, it does not make sense to put the emphasis, at this moment, on “standardization” but rather on providing a “direction”. 4. PERSPECTIVES AND APPROACHES Lenses or perspectives A complex entity such as a collaborative network can be observed and analyzed through different lenses or perspectives (Fig. 9). Each lens can provide complementary elements that help in achieving a better understanding of the paradigm.
4. PERSPECTIVES AND APPROACHES Lenses or perspectives A complex entity such as a collaborative network can be observed and analyzed through different lenses or perspectives (Fig. 9). Each lens can provide complementary elements that help in achieving a better understanding of the paradigm. It is however important to note that lenses might also cause distortions. Particularly if one tries to explain all aspects of CNs through the perspective of a single lens, not only it leads to dangerous over-simplifications, but even introduces some misconceptions.
Collaborative Networks: Reference Modeling by Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh