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Knowledge sharing in the open innovation process — Case: Grid computing – Mika Lankila A, Jukka-pekka Bergman A, Ari Jantunen B, Juha-matti Saksa B
In the network: Distributed control in Gentoo Linux – unknown authors
Working Paper OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE ACQUISITION: BEYOND THE BUSINESS CASE By – Jesper Holck, Mogens Kühn Pedersen, Michael Holm Larsen, Jesper Holck, Mogens Kühn Pedersen, Michael Holm Larsen - 2005
Translations of free software into Irish – Kevin P. Scannell, Free Software, Séamus Ó Ciardhuáin - 2006
Open Cooperative Design in Studio Courses: The Challenges for Online Collaboration – unknown authors
Report on NSF Science of Design Team Project: “A Meta-Design Framework for Participative Software Systems” – Hal Eden, Gerhard Fischer, Elisa Giaccardi, Yunwen Ye
Citations (this article cites 8 articles hosted on the SAGE Journals Online and HighWire Press platforms): – Harmeet Sawhney, Seungwhan Lee, Harmeet Sawhney, Seungwhan Lee
MODELING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES – Tyson R. Browning, Ernst Fricke, Herbert Negele
Innovative Use Of Internet-Based Collaboration Tools And Methods In An Institutional Context – Thomas Metz Ipgri
THE TWO SOFTWARE CULTURES AND THE EVOLUTION OF EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMIC SIMULATION – unknown authors
Open Source Components for Internet Management by Delegation – F. Strauß, J. Schönwälder, J. Quittek - 2001
The Subjective Value of Information: An experimental comparison of willingness to purchase or sell information – Sheizaf Rafaeli, Daphne R. Raban
The Linux Kernel Development As A Model of Open Source Knowledge Creation – Gwendolyn Lee Robert, Robert E. Cole - 2000
Software Architectures and Open Source Software – Where Can Research, Budi Arief, Cristina Gacek, Tony Lawrie - 2001
SARCH Course System Architecture – Gerrit Muller - 2002
Course Descriptions – Gerrit Muller - 2002
From biophysics to behavior: Catacomb2 and the – Design Of Biologically, R. C. Cannona, M. E. Hasselmoc, R. A. Koenec A
Why Standards Alone Won't Get You Portable Software – And How To, Douglas C. Schmidt, Stephen D. Huston
Innovating without Money: Linux and the Open Source Paradigm as an Alternative to Commercial Software Development – Juan Mateos Garcia - 2001