2011

Information Systems Development

Business Systems and Services: Modeling and Development

ISBN: 978-1-4419-9645-9 (Print) 978-1-4419-9790-6 (Online)

Table of contents (65 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-1

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    From Information Systems Development to Enterprise Engineering

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    Pages 25-34

    The Mobile and Mobility: Information, Organisations and Systems

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    Pages 35-49

    Design of Situational Artefacts—Conceptual Foundations and Their Application to IT/Business Alignment

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    Pages 51-62

    Preferences of Business Process Models: Interpretative Analysis on Spontaneously Common Symbols

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    Pages 63-74

    Verification of i* Models Using Alloy

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    Pages 75-87

    Planning and Scheduling of Business Processes in Run-Time: A Repair Planning Example

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    Pages 89-99

    A Study of First Click Behaviour and User Interaction on the Google SERP

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    Pages 101-113

    Effective QoS Aware Web Service Composition in Dynamic Environment

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    Pages 115-123

    The Right Tools for the Right Tasks: Meaningful Education for IS Professional

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    Pages 125-136

    Conditions Influencing Client–IS Supplier Interactions During IS Outsourcing

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    Pages 137-147

    Facilitating the Creation of Quality Object Models Using a Knowledge Based System

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    Pages 149-158

    MetaMorPic: Self-Contained Photo Archival and Presentation

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    Pages 159-167

    A Real Time Multiagent Information Systems Architecture for Actively Monitoring Chronic Diseases

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    Pages 169-180

    Making Business Systems in the Telecommunication Industry More Customer-Oriented

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    Pages 181-193

    Convolution as the Key for Service-Identification in Complex Process Models

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    Pages 195-206

    Studying Maintainability on Model-Driven Web Methodologies

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    Pages 207-217

    Using Antenarrative Approaches to Investigate the Perceptions of Information Systems’ Actors Regarding Failure and Success

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    Pages 219-230

    Towards a Unified Service Definition

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    Pages 231-242

    A Process-Oriented Approach to Support Dynamic Evolution in Distributed Applications

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    Pages 243-255

    Regulated Open Multi-Agent Systems Based on Contracts

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