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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Recently, a trend toward collaborative, on-line business process modeling can be observed that is also emphasized by several initiatives. Social software has the potential satisfying such a collaborative modeling. It provides tools to collaboratively exchange and share information resources among peers. Despite of the potential that social software has, it is insufficiently used as work resource (e.g., for help requests or partner search) due to a low integration of social software into thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-20511-8_37 fatcat:wcgajlnyvfdl7kyf7j24atkdbi