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The two-volume Advances in Information Systems Development: Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry constitutes the collected proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Information Systems Development: Methods and Tools, Theory and Practice – ISD’2005 Conference. The focus of these volumes is to examine the exchange of ideas between academia and industry and aims to explore new solutions. The proceedings follow the seven conference tracks highlighted at the Conference: Co-design of Business and IT; Communication and Methods; Human Values of Information Technology; Service Development and IT; Requirements Engineering in the IS Life-Cycle; Semantic Web Approaches and Applications; and Management and IT.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780387308340
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 5/12/2006
  • Edition description: 2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1052
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 2.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Keynote Speeches.- Change Analysis — Innovation and Evolution.- The Computer — The Businessman’s Window to His Enterprises.- Challenges in New Service Development and Value Creation through Service.- Co-design of Business and IT.- Churchmanian Co-design — Basic Ideas and Application Examples.- The Ideal Oriented Co-design Approach Revisited.- What’s in It for Me? Co-design of Business and IS.- Modelling of Reusable Business Processes: An Ontology-Based Approach.- Product Characteristics Influencing Customer Communication Media Portfolio in Distance Selling Settings.- Process Maturity and Organizational Structure as a Framework for Performance Improvements.- Modeling Business Processes in Public Administration.- Facilitating Learning in SPI through Co-design.- Feasibility Study: New Knowledge Demands in Turbulent Business World.- Co-design as Proposals, Assessments and Decisions — Stakeholder Interaction in Information Systems Development.- Inter-Activities Management for Supporting Cooperative Software Development.- The Socialization of Virtual Teams: Implications for ISD.- Providing a Correct Software Design in an Environment with Some Set of Restrictions in a Communication between Product Managers and Designers.- Communication and Methods.- New Document Concept and Metadata Classification for Broadcast Archives.- Class Model Development Using Business Rules.- Ontology-Based Evaluation and Design of Domain-Specific Visual Modeling Languages.- Engagements as a Unifying Concept for Process Integration.- Method Configuration — A Systems Development Project Revisited.- Combining Project Management Methods: A Case Study of Dlstributed Work Practices.- User Research Challenges in Harsh Environments: A Case Study in Rock Crushing Industry.- Scenarios for Improvement of Software Development Methodologies.- Managing the Collaborative Networks Lifecycle: A Meta-Methodology.- Modelling Assignments.- Collaborative Tools’ Quality in Web-Based Learning Systems — A Model of User Perceptions.- The Work that Analysts Do: A Systemic Functional Approach to Elicitation.- Human Values of Information Technology.- Cost Effective Development of Usable Systems: Gaps between HCI and Software Architecture Design.- Challenging the HCI Concept of Fidelity by Positioning Ozlab Prototypes.- Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces in Robot Surgery — Wizard of Oz in Participatory Design.- Designing Simulation-Games for Organizational Prototyping.- The Role of End-Users for Wireless Information Systems Usage.- Maintaining Compatibility in an Innovation Infrastructure.- Defining User Characteristics to Divide Layers in a Multi-Layered Context.- Translating Metaphors into Design Patterns.- Exploring the Feasibility of a Spatial User Interface Paradigm for Privacy-Enhancing Technoloqy.- Database Level Honeytoken Modules for Active DBMS Protection.- Morally Successful Collaboration between Academia and Industry — A Case of a Project Course.- Information society development in Latvia: current state and perspectives.- Service Development and IT.- Portalen Handelsplats Wermland — Practical E-commerce for Värmland’s Businesses and Municipalities.- How Standard Are the Standard Barriers to E-commerce Adoption? Empirical Evidence from Australia, Sweden and the USA.- The Role of Change Agents in Technology Adoption Process.- Conceptual Model of Multidimensional Marketing Information System.- A Distributed Workspace to Enable Engineering Inter-Company Collaboration: Validation and New Lessons Learnt from SIMNET.- ISETTA: Service Orientation in the “Bologna Process” of a Large University.- The User Interface as a Supplier of Intertwined e-Services.- Selecting Processes for Co-designing eGovernment Services.- Infusing Technology into Customer Relationships: Balancing High-Tech and High-Touch.- Prerequisites and Effects of CRM Systems Use in Poland.- Understanding Enterprise Systems’ Impact(s) on Business Relationships.- Personalized Faculty Support from Central IT Geo-Teams.- Requirements Engineering (RE) in the IS Life-Cycle.- Verifying Information Content Containment of Conceptual Data Schemata by Using Channel Theory.- Integration of Schemas on the Pre-Design Level Using the KCPM-Approach.- Towards a Generic and Integrated Enterprise Modeling Approach to Designing Databases and Software Components.- A Synthesis Approach to Deriving Object-Based Specifications from Object Interaction Scenarios.- Formalizing Constraints for Geographic Information.- A Practical Approach of Web System Testing.- Overview of the Evaluation Approaches and Frameworks for Requirements Engineering Tools.- Requirements Engineering Tool Evaluation Approach.- Decision-Making Activities in Requirements Engineering Decision Processes: A Case Study.- Requirements Practices: A Comparative Industrial Survey.- An Empirical Study Identifying High Perceived Value Requirements Engineering Practices.- A First Step towards General Quality Requirements for e-Records.- Handling Instable Requirements by Concern-Based Versioning.- Semantic Web Approaches and Applications.- Domain Knowledge-Based Reconciliation of Model Fragments.- Using Ontologies for Business and Application Integration in Enterprise Quality Management.- Ontology-Based Elicitation of Business Rules.- Exporting Relational Data into a Native XML Store.- The XSD-Builder Specification Language—Toward a Semantic View of XML Schema Definition.- Challenges in Developing XML-Based Learning Repositories.- Semantic Modeling for Virtual Organization: A Case for Virtual Course.- semiBlog — Semantic Publishing of Desktop Data.- WEB Services Networks and Technological Hybrids — The Integration Challenges of WAN Distributed Computing for ASP Providers.- Named Entity Recognition in a Hungarian NL Based QA System.- Mobile Agents Architecture in Data Presentation Domain.- Active Extensions in a Visual Interface to Databases.- Management and IT (MIT).- Information Management in Small Enterprises — Construction of a Tool with a Holistic Perspective.- Improving ICT Governance by Reorganizing Operation of ICT and Software Applications: The First Step to Outsource.- Beliefs and Attitudes Associated with ERP Adoption Behaviours: A Grounded Theory Study from IT Manager and End-user Perspectives.- Supporting Knowledge Transfer in IS Deployment Projects.- IT Enabled Enterprise Transformation: Perspectives Using Product Data Management.- Integration of Text- and Data-Mining Technologies for Use in Banking Applications.- Syndicate Data Incorporation into Data Warehouses: A Categorization and Verification of Problems.- Reflections on the Body of Knowledge in Software Engineering.- A Relational Perspective on Knowledge Integration between Self-Contained Work Groups: A Case Study in the Health Care Sector.- The Birth, Death, and Resurrection of an SPI Project.- Developing Organisational Knowledge Management Initiatives: A Collaborative Research Approach.- Challenges in System Testing — An Interview Study.
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