Advances in Information Systems Development:: Bridging the Gap between Academia & Industry

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Anders G. Nilsson, Remigijus Gustas, Gregory Wojtkowski, Wita Wojtkowski, Stanislaw Wrycza, Joze Zupancic
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 15, 2010 - Computers - 1052 pages

Advances in Information Systems Development: Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry, Volumes 1 and 2, are the collected proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Information Systems Development: Methods and Tools, Theory and Practice – ISD’2005 Conference. These latest volumes on Information Systems Development examine the exchange of ideas between academia and industry and aims to explore new solutions.

The field of Information Systems Development (ISD) progresses rapidly, continually creating new challenges for the professionals involved. New concepts, approaches and techniques of systems development emerge constantly in this field.

The seven conference tracks highlighted at the Fourteenth International Conference on Information Systems Development – ISD’2005 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

- Management and IT

 

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Contents

Change Analysis Innovation and Evolution
1
The Computer The Businessmans Window to His Enterprises
13
Challenges in New Service Development and Value Creation through Service
23
Churchmanian Codesign Basic Ideas and Application Examples
35
The Ideal Oriented Codesign Approach Revisited
47
Whats in It for Me? Codesign of Business and IS
59
An OntologyBased Approach
71
Product Characteristics Influencing Customer Communication Media Portfolio in Distance Selling Settings
83
Conference Organisation
vii
Table of Contents
xi
List of Authors
xxi
Service Orientation in the Bologna Process of a Large University
531
The User Interface as a Supplier of Intertwined eServices
541
Selecting Processes for Codesigning eGovernment Services
553
Balancing HighTech and HighTouch
565
Prerequisites and Effects of CRM Systems Use in Poland
577

Process Maturity and Organizational Structure as a Framework for Performance Improvements
95
Modeling Business Processes in Public Administration
107
Facilitating Learning in SPI through Codesign
119
New Knowledge Demands in Turbulent Business World
131
Codesign as Proposals Assessments and Decisions Stakeholder Interaction in Information Systems Development
143
InterActivities Management for Supporting Cooperative Software Development
155
Implications for ISD
169
Providing a Correct Software Design in an Environment with Some Set of Restrictions in a Communication between Product Managers and Designers
181
New Document Concept and Metadata Classification for Broadcast Archives
192
Class Model Development Using Business Rules
203
OntologyBased Evaluation and Design of DomainSpecific Visual Modeling Languages
216
Engagements as a Unifying Concept for Process Integration
229
Method Configuration A Systems Development Project Revisited
241
A Case Study of Distributed Work Practices
253
A Case Study in Rock Crushing Industry
265
Scenarios for Improvement of Software Development Methodologies
277
A MetaMethodology
289
Modelling Assignments
301
Collaborative Tools Quality in WebBased Learning Systems A Model of User Perceptions
313
A Systemic Functional Approach to Elicitation
325
Gaps between HCI and Software Architecture Design
337
Challenging the HCI Concept of Fidelity by Positioning Ozlab Prototypes
349
Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces in Robot Surgery Wizard of Oz in Participatory Design
361
Designing SimulationGames for Organizational Prototyping
373
The Role of EndUsers for Wireless Information Systems Usage
386
Maintaining Compatibility in an Innovation Infrastructure
401
Defining User Characteristics to Divide Layers in a MultiLayered Context
412
Translating Metaphors into Design Patterns
425
Exploring the Feasibility of a Spatial User Interface Paradigm for PrivacyEnhancing Technology
437
Database Level Honeytoken Modules for Active DBMS Protection
449
Morally Successful Collaboration between Academia and Industry A Case of a Project Course
459
Current State and Perspectives
471
Portalen Handelsplats Wermland Practical Ecommerce for Värmlands Businesses and Municipalities
481
How Standard Are the Standard Barriers to Ecommerce Adoption? Empirical Evidence from Australia Sweden and the USA
482
The Role of Change Agents in Technology Adoption Process
495
Conceptual Model of Multidimensional Marketing Information System
507
Validation and New Lessons Learnt from SIMNET
519
Title Page
iii
Copyright Page
iv
Preface
v
Understanding Enterprise Systems Impacts on Business Relationships
591
Personalized Faculty Support from Central IT GeoTeams
603
Verifying Information Content Containment of Conceptual Data Schemata by Using Channel Theory
611
Integration of Schemas on the PreDesign Level Using the KCPMApproach
623
Towards a Generic and Integrated Enterprise Modeling Approach to Designing Databases and Software Components
635
A Synthesis Approach to Deriving ObjectBased Specifications from Object Interaction Scenarios
647
Formalizing Constraints for Geographic Information
657
A Practical Approach of Web System Testing
668
Overview of the Evaluation Approaches and Frameworks for Requirements Engineering Tools
681
Requirements Engineering Tool Evaluation Approach
695
A Case Study
707
A Comparative Industrial Survey
719
An Empirical Study Identifying High Perceived Value Requirements Engineering Practices
731
A First Step towards General Quality Requirements for eRecords
744
Handling Instable Requirements by Concern Based Versioning
757
Domain KnowledgeBased Reconciliation of Model Fragments
771
Using Ontologies for Business and Application Integration in Enterprise Quality Management
783
OntologyBased Elicitation of Business Rules
795
Exporting Relational Data into a Native XML Store
806
The XSDBuilder Specification Language Towarda Semantic View of XML Schema Definition
819
Challenges in Developing XMLBased Learning Repositories
831
A Case for Virtual Course
842
semiBlog Semantic Publishing of Desktop Data
855
WEB Services Networks and Technological Hybrids The Integration Challenges of WAN Distributed Computing for ASP Providers
867
Named Entity Recognition in a Hungarian NL Based QASystem
879
Mobile Agents Architecture in Data Presentation Domain
891
Active Extensions in a Visual Interface to Databases
903
Information Management in Small Enterprises Constructionof a Tool with a Holistic Perspective
915
The First Step to Outsource
927
A Grounded Theory Study from IT Manager and Enduser Perspectives
939
Supporting Knowledge Transfer in IS Deployment Projects
951
Perspectives Using Product Data Management
963
Integration of Text and DataMining Technologies for Use in Banking Applications
973
A Categorization and Verification of Problems
980
Reflections on the Body of Knowledge in Software Engineering
995
A Case Study in the Health Care Sector
1007
The Birth Death and Resurrection of an SPI Project
1019
A Collaborative Research Approach
1031
Challenges in System Testing An Interview Study
1043
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ROBERT BURNETT is professor of Media and Communication Studies, Karlstad University. Burnett is the author of "The Global Jukebox: The International Music Industry" (Routledge, 1996), "Concentration and Diversity in the International Phonogram Industry" (Gothenburg, 1990) and the co-author of, "Web Theory" (Routledge 2002, with David Marshall).
His main research areas include the global media, the music industry, digital media, and the Internet.
Burnett has been a regular commentator on global media issues with appearances on radio and television programs and commentaries for newspaper and magazine articles. He is one of the founders of the Communication, Media and Information Technology (CMIT) Research Group as well as the HumanIT Research Group. Burnett has been a visiting scholar in Canada, the USA, Scotland, Norway and Zimbabwe.

ANNA BRUNSTROM received MSc and PhD degrees in computer science from College of William and Mary, Virginia, USA in 1993 and 1996, respectively. In 1996 she joined the Department of Computer Science at Karlstad University where she is now a professor. She is research manager for the distributed systems and communications research group and also served as research manager for the Department of Computer Science from July 1998 until June 2002. She leads several research projects on communication protocols and is active in national and international projects on wireless communications. She has authored and co-authored two book chapters and over 30 scientific papers. She is a member of IEEE and ACM.

ANDERS G. NILSSON is professor of information systems at Karlstad University, Sweden. He has a PhD in information management from Stockholm School ofEconomics, and is a research partner at the Institute for Business Process Development (Institute V) in Stockholm. Anders has been working as a researcher with the ISAC approach to information systems development, the SIV method for acquisition of standard application packages (enterprise systems, ERP systems) and a business modeling framework for creating method combinations. He has also been active as an adviser to many change projects in private industry and the public sector, and has been fro many years deputy chair for the special interest group for systems development (SIG-SYS) at the Swedish Information Processing Society. Anders is author/co-author of 14 books on business and systems development.

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