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It is described an abstract model for the definition and the dynamic evolution of “communities of actants”
originating from a given reference society of roles. Multiple
representations are provided, showing how communities evolve
with respect to their reference societies. In particular we show
how such representations are selfsimilar and factorisable into
“prime” constituents. An operating model is then introduced
that describes the lifecycle of the communities of actants. After
this a software component is presented—the serviceoriented
community—and its features are described in terms of the above
mentioned models. Finally it is shown how such component can
constitute the building block of a novel architecture for the design
of fractal social organizations.
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