Marc-Oliver Reeh

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Digital ecosystems, or IT-ecosystems (ITEs), are composed of multiple and independent entities such as individuals, organizations, services, software, and applications. Together, these elements create a number of new independent systems that operate and communicate with their own infrastructure (man to machine; machine to machine; person to person), sharing(More)
Living in a continuously virtualized environment composed of individuals, organizations, services, and software applications, it is significantly important to rely on theoretically and empirically verified models focusing on the interactions and interrelationships of entities embedded within an IT-Ecosystem (ITE). In our rapidly changing digital(More)
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