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Collaborative products that are both adaptable to different viewpoints, and therefore commonly recognised and relevant for different actors and robust enough to maintain identity across them (Star and Griesemer 1989, Clark et al. 2011). Examples of boundary objects are conceptual frameworks, reports, models, forecasts, scenarios, newsletters and even conferences or workshops.
Hauck et al 2014b
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