Coordination Issues in Complex Socio-technical Systems: Self-organisation of Knowledge in MoK

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In my PhD thesis, we information approach coordination issues exhibited by self-organising and pervasive systems by leveraging chemical-inspired coordination and situatedness, (ii) combine a cognitive theory of interaction, behavioural implicit communication, with the aforementioned chemical-inspired coordination model, to promote behaviour-driven coordination, and (iii) discuss the Molecules of Knowledge coordination model for self-organising knowledge management, in which information driving the coordination process is viewed as being alive.