Collaborative computing/Common field of work

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The mutual interacting objects and processes in the field of work should be characterized by these five points:

2. The common field of work is manifold and therefore also comprise of the artifacts and effectors used between/by the actors.

3. The process is carried out in i wider work environment with constraints and demands. Examples could be legal, environmental or economic constraints.

4. The results from an actor-object relationship can function as the object of another work process. The knowledge gained from the first process can be used in other relationships. An example could be the use of data collections to help as a field of work.

5. The field of work is constantly changing according to the environment. The borders of the field of work has to be expanded when further activities are required to continue the cooperative work.