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The collaboration landscape evolves rapidly by allowing people to participate in ad-hoc and process-centric collaborations. Thus, it is important to support humans in managing highly dynamic and complex interactions. The problem currently with managing interactions is that humans are unable to specify different interaction interfaces for various collaborations, nor able to indicate their availability to participate in collaborations. This paper introduces the Human-provided Services (HpS)doi:10.1109/cecandeee.2008.93 dblp:conf/wecwis/SchallTD08 fatcat:wcgmchkqjnb6nozunhv3torydm