2007

Advances in Information Systems Development

New Methods and Practice for the Networked Society

ISBN: 978-0-387-70801-0 (Print) 978-0-387-70802-7 (Online)

Table of contents (42 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Preserving Semantics of the Whole-Part Relationships in the Object-Relational Databases

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    Pages 13-23

    Directing and Enacting the Information System

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    Pages 25-36

    Several Outlines of Graph Theory in Framework of MDA

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    Pages 37-47

    Designing Software Components for Database Consistency – An Enterprise Modeling Approach

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    Pages 49-61

    Trust-Related Requirements: A Taxonomy

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    Pages 63-76

    Design of a Peer-to-Peer Information Sharing MAS Using MOBMAS (Ontology-Centric Agent Oriented Methodology)

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    Pages 77-87

    Recognition and Resolution of Linguistic Conflicts: The Core to a Successful View and Schema Integration

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    Pages 89-102

    Contextual Method Integration

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    Pages 103-113

    A Framework for Situational and Evolutionary Language Adaptation in Information Systems Development

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    Pages 115-125

    Towards Estimating Quality of Experience with Passive Bottleneck Detection Metrics

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    Pages 127-138

    Socio-Technical Perspectives on Design Science in IS Research

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    Pages 140-152

    Modeling Objects Dynamics in Conceptual Models

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    Pages 153-166

    An Interoperability Classification Framework for Method Chunk Repositories

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    Pages 167-179

    Configurable Satisfiability Propagation for Goal Models Using Dynamic Compilation Techniques

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    Pages 181-189

    Cookie-Chain Based Discovery of Relation between Internet Users and Real Persons

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    Pages 191-201

    Requirements Modeling and MDA – Proposal for a Combined Approach

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    Pages 203-213

    Moral Problems in Industry-Academia Partnership – The Viewpoint of Clients on a Project Course

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    Pages 215-226

    Outlining “Data Track”: Privacy-friendly Data Maintenance for End-users

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    Pages 227-238

    Improving Trust in E-Government Through Paralingual Web Design

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    Pages 239-249

    A Study of E-mail Marketing: Why Do People Read and Forward E-mail?

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