Nilsson, Anders G.

Advances in Information Systems Development

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Table of contents

1. Change Analysis — Innovation and Evolution
Göran Goldkuhl, Annie Röstlinger

2. The Computer — The Businessman’s Window to His Enterprises
Hans Karlander

3. Challenges in New Service Development and Value Creation through Service
Bo Edvardsson, Anders Gustafsson, Bo Enquist

4. Churchmanian Co-design — Basic Ideas and Application Examples
Olov Forsgren

5. The Ideal Oriented Co-design Approach Revisited
Christina Johnstone

6. What’s in It for Me? Co-design of Business and IS
Sandra Haraldson, Jan Olausson

7. Modelling of Reusable Business Processes: An Ontology-Based Approach
Donatas Ciuksys, Albertas Caplinskas

8. Product Characteristics Influencing Customer Communication Media Portfolio in Distance Selling Settings
Karin Axelsson, Britt-Marie Johansson

9. Process Maturity and Organizational Structure as a Framework for Performance Improvements
Rok Škrinjar, Vlado Dimovski, Miha Škerlavaj, Mojca Indihar Šternberger

10. Modeling Business Processes in Public Administration
Vaclav Repa

11. Facilitating Learning in SPI through Co-design
Ulf Seigerroth, Mikael Lind

12. Feasibility Study: New Knowledge Demands in Turbulent Business World
Renate Sprice, Marite Kirikova

13. Co-design as Proposals, Assessments and Decisions — Stakeholder Interaction in Information Systems Development
Ulf Larsson

14. Inter-Activities Management for Supporting Cooperative Software Development
Arnaud Lewandowski, Grégory Bourguin

15. The Socialization of Virtual Teams: Implications for ISD
Brenda Mullally, Larry Stapleton

16. Providing a Correct Software Design in an Environment with Some Set of Restrictions in a Communication between Product Managers and Designers
Deniss Kumlander

17. New Document Concept and Metadata Classification for Broadcast Archives
István Szakadát, Gábor Knapp

18. Class Model Development Using Business Rules
Tomas Skersys, Saulius Gudas

19. Ontology-Based Evaluation and Design of Domain-Specific Visual Modeling Languages
Giancarlo Guizzardi, Luis Ferreira Pires, Marten Sinderen

20. Engagements as a Unifying Concept for Process Integration
Igor T. Hawryszkiewycz

21. Method Configuration — A Systems Development Project Revisited
Fredrik Karlsson

22. Combining Project Management Methods: A Case Study of Dlstributed Work Practices
Per Backlund, Björn Lundell

23. User Research Challenges in Harsh Environments: A Case Study in Rock Crushing Industry
Janno Palviainen, Hannele Leskinen

24. Scenarios for Improvement of Software Development Methodologies
Damjan Vavpotič, Marko Bajec, Marjan Krisper

25. Managing the Collaborative Networks Lifecycle: A Meta-Methodology
Ovidiu Noran

26. Modelling Assignments
Jan Olausson, Mikael Lind

27. Collaborative Tools’ Quality in Web-Based Learning Systems — A Model of User Perceptions
Paolo Davoli, Matteo Monari

28. The Work that Analysts Do: A Systemic Functional Approach to Elicitation
Rodney J. Clarke

29. Cost Effective Development of Usable Systems: Gaps between HCI and Software Architecture Design
Eelke Folmer, Jan Bosch

30. Challenging the HCI Concept of Fidelity by Positioning Ozlab Prototypes
Jenny Nilsson, Joe Siponen

31. Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces in Robot Surgery — Wizard of Oz in Participatory Design
Niklas Larsson, Lennart Molin

32. Designing Simulation-Games for Organizational Prototyping
Joeri Laerc, Gert Jan Vreede, Henk G. Sol

33. The Role of End-Users for Wireless Information Systems Usage
Pablo Valiente

34. Maintaining Compatibility in an Innovation Infrastructure
Steinar Kristoffersen

35. Defining User Characteristics to Divide Layers in a Multi-Layered Context
Linn Gustavsson Christiemin

36. Translating Metaphors into Design Patterns
Peter Rittgen

37. Exploring the Feasibility of a Spatial User Interface Paradigm for Privacy-Enhancing Technoloqy
Mike Bergmann, Martin Rost, John Soren Petterssorr

38. Database Level Honeytoken Modules for Active DBMS Protection
Antanas Čenys, Darius Rainys, Lukas Radvilavicius, Nikolaj Goranin

39. Morally Successful Collaboration between Academia and Industry — A Case of a Project Course
Tero Vartiainen

40. Information society development in Latvia: current state and perspectives
Janis Grundspenkis

41. Portalen Handelsplats Wermland — Practical E-commerce for Värmland’s Businesses and Municipalities
Ulrika Obstfelder Peterson, Ulf Borg

42. How Standard Are the Standard Barriers to E-commerce Adoption? Empirical Evidence from Australia, Sweden and the USA
Robert Macflregor, Lejla Vrazalic, Sten Carlsson, Jean Pratt, Matthew Harris

43. The Role of Change Agents in Technology Adoption Process
Regina Gyampoh-Vidogah, Robert Moreton

44. Conceptual Model of Multidimensional Marketing Information System
Dalia Kriksciuniene, Ruta Urbanskiene

45. A Distributed Workspace to Enable Engineering Inter-Company Collaboration: Validation and New Lessons Learnt from SIMNET
Kamel Rouibah, Samia Rouibah

46. ISETTA: Service Orientation in the “Bologna Process” of a Large University
Gottfried Vossen, Gunnar Thies

47. The User Interface as a Supplier of Intertwined e-Services
Göran Hultgren, Owen Eriksson

48. Selecting Processes for Co-designing eGovernment Services
Jörg Becker, Björn Niehaves, Lars Algermissen, Thorsten Falk, Patrick Delfmann

49. Infusing Technology into Customer Relationships: Balancing High-Tech and High-Touch
Harald Salomann, Lutz Kolbe, Walter Brenner

50. Prerequisites and Effects of CRM Systems Use in Poland
Dorota Buchnowska, Stanislaw Wrycza

51. Understanding Enterprise Systems’ Impact(s) on Business Relationships
Peter Ekman, Peter Thilenius

52. Personalized Faculty Support from Central IT Geo-Teams
Samuel Scalise

53. Verifying Information Content Containment of Conceptual Data Schemata by Using Channel Theory
Yang Wang, Jun Kang Feng

54. Integration of Schemas on the Pre-Design Level Using the KCPM-Approach
Jürgen Vöhringer, Heinrich C. Mayr

55. Towards a Generic and Integrated Enterprise Modeling Approach to Designing Databases and Software Components
Peter Bellström, Lars Jakobsson

56. A Synthesis Approach to Deriving Object-Based Specifications from Object Interaction Scenarios
King-Sing Cheung, Kai-On Chow

57. Formalizing Constraints for Geographic Information
Jesper Vinther Christensen, Mads Johnsen

58. A Practical Approach of Web System Testing
Javier Jesús Gutierrez, María José Escalona, Manuel Mejías, Jesús Torres

59. Overview of the Evaluation Approaches and Frameworks for Requirements Engineering Tools
Raimundas Matulevičius, Guttorm Sindre

60. Requirements Engineering Tool Evaluation Approach
Raimundas Matulevičius, Guttorm Sindre

61. Decision-Making Activities in Requirements Engineering Decision Processes: A Case Study
Beatrice Alenljung, Anne Persson

62. Requirements Practices: A Comparative Industrial Survey
June M. Verner, Steven J. Bleistein, Narciso Cerpa, Karl A. Cox

63. An Empirical Study Identifying High Perceived Value Requirements Engineering Practices
Mahmood Niazi, Karl A. Cox, June M. Verner

64. A First Step towards General Quality Requirements for e-Records
Erik Borglund

65. Handling Instable Requirements by Concern-Based Versioning
Zoltan Fazekas

66. Domain Knowledge-Based Reconciliation of Model Fragments
Darijus Strasunskas, Yun Lin, Sari Hakkarainerr

67. Using Ontologies for Business and Application Integration in Enterprise Quality Management
Alexandra Galatescu, Taisia Greceanu

68. Ontology-Based Elicitation of Business Rules
Olegas Vasilecas, Diana Bugaite

69. Exporting Relational Data into a Native XML Store
Jaroslav Pokorný, Jakub Reschke

70. The XSD-Builder Specification Language—Toward a Semantic View of XML Schema Definition
Joseph Fong, San Kuen Cheung

71. Challenges in Developing XML-Based Learning Repositories
Jerzy Auksztol, Tomasz Przechlewski

72. Semantic Modeling for Virtual Organization: A Case for Virtual Course
William Song, Xiaoming Li

73. semiBlog — Semantic Publishing of Desktop Data
Knud Möller, John Breslin, Stefan Decker

74. WEB Services Networks and Technological Hybrids — The Integration Challenges of WAN Distributed Computing for ASP Providers
Pawel Mroczkiewicz

75. Named Entity Recognition in a Hungarian NL Based QA System
Domonkos Tikkl, P. Ferenc Szidarovszky, Zsolt T. Kardkovacs, Gábor Magyar

76. Mobile Agents Architecture in Data Presentation Domain
Algirdas Laukaitis, Olegas Vasilecas

77. Active Extensions in a Visual Interface to Databases
Mariusz Trzaska, Kazimierz Subieta

78. Information Management in Small Enterprises — Construction of a Tool with a Holistic Perspective
Carina Helmersson, Theresia Olsson Neve

79. Improving ICT Governance by Reorganizing Operation of ICT and Software Applications: The First Step to Outsource
Björn Johansson

80. Beliefs and Attitudes Associated with ERP Adoption Behaviours: A Grounded Theory Study from IT Manager and End-user Perspectives
Santipat Arunthari, Helen Hasan

81. Supporting Knowledge Transfer in IS Deployment Projects
Mikael Schönström

82. IT Enabled Enterprise Transformation: Perspectives Using Product Data Management
Erisa K. Hines, Jayakanth Srinivasan

83. Integration of Text- and Data-Mining Technologies for Use in Banking Applications
Jacek Maslankowski

84. Syndicate Data Incorporation into Data Warehouses: A Categorization and Verification of Problems
Mattias Strand, Benkt Wangler, Björn Lundell, Markus Niklasson

85. Reflections on the Body of Knowledge in Software Engineering
Dace Apshvalka, Peter Wendorff

86. A Relational Perspective on Knowledge Integration between Self-Contained Work Groups: A Case Study in the Health Care Sector
May Wismén, Sven Carlsson

87. The Birth, Death, and Resurrection of an SPI Project
Sven Carlsson, Mikael Schönström

88. Developing Organisational Knowledge Management Initiatives: A Collaborative Research Approach
Henry Linger

89. Challenges in System Testing — An Interview Study
Åsa Dahlstedt

Keywords: Computer Science, Information Systems and Communication Service, Computer System Implementation, Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks

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