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This enables individuals to be temporarily recategorised so as to move them either inwardly to grant them additional access or outwardly to further restrict access. At any time access may be denied due to state information present in the database. For example, a called party may be in a location in which all filters automatically disable cell phone access. The generalised negotiated-access process can be modified to permit additional discretion to all parties, to make it more convenient, to use multiple communication channels, and to increase the security of the process.
Individuals in different work-groups necessarily perceive these objects in different ways according to their individual and group needs. A successful boundary object allows individuals in different work-groups to interpret the same material in different ways according to their individual and group needs. Mark (1997) has reported the use of 'conventions', the means by which the different perspectives and work-groups can achieve a shared understanding or common method for handling information artefacts, and by implication a shared understanding of their characteristics.
Then using the triad approach, we asked each participant in turn to identify at least eight characteristics by which the elements differed. " A typical answer may be something like, "these two are important and this one is less important", creating the bipolar construct of 'important -less important'. • The participants then were presented with all x information artefacts and for each perceived characteristic asked to rank the element on a five-point scale. Thus if an information artefact was rated as 'very important' it might attract a weighting of 1, while a less important element would be rated 4 or 5.