The Mutual Knowledge Problem and Its Consequences for Dispersed Collaboration
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KeywordsDispersed Collaboration; Dispersed Teams; Distributed Work; Virtual Teams; Mutual Knowledge; Information Exchange; Information Sharing; Shared Understanding; Attribution; Proximity; Computer-Mediated Communication; Systems Dynamics; Cognitive Load;
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