Open Philosophies for associative Autopoietic Digital Ecosystems
The main claim that OPAALS makes is that in order to achieve sustainable digital business ecosystems of SMEs and software components we need to understand in depth the collaborative processes and ICTs that underpin the continuous creation, formalisation, and sharing of knowledge in the form of business models, software infrastructure for e-Business transactions, and new formal and semi-formal languages. Our strategy is based on the development of an Open Knowledge Space. Because this process must be sustainable and scalable it must be recursive and self-reinforcing. It follows that OPAALS is the first step in a recursive, reflexive, and self-reinforcing community building process that will culminate at the end of the project with an Open Knowledge community of research and innovation inclusive of all the stakeholders of digital ecosystems but mainly of academic institutions and SMEs. We will integrate the research outputs in automatic code generation, autopoietic P2P networks, and distributed accountability, identity and trust into the existing infrastructure from the DBE project.
These technical and scientific research activities will be balanced by research in the role of formal and semi-formal languages in epistemic communities and in new Open Source models emerging in public and commercial projects. Finally, we will develop a unifying evolutionary framework for language in order to base the evolutionary and adaptation characteristics of the digital ecosystems on the main medium of social constructivism: language.
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
CREATE-NET (CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND TELECOMMUNICATION EXPERIMENTATION FOR NETWORKED COMMUNITIES)
FACHHOCHSCHULE SALZBURG GMBH
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KANPUR
INSTITUTO DE PESQUISAS EM TECNOLOGIA DA INFORMACAO
KIGALI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
T6 SOCIETA COOPERATIVA
TAMPEREEN TEKNILLINEN YLIOPISTO
TECHIDEAS ASESORES TECNOLOGICOS, S.L.
THE UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE
THE UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ENGLAND IN BIRMINGHAM
UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK
WATERFORD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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