2004

Constructing the Infrastructure for the Knowledge Economy

Methods and Tools, Theory and Structure

ISBN: 978-1-4419-3459-8 (Print) 978-1-4757-4852-9 (Online)

Table of contents (55 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

  2. Keynotes

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      Pages 1-25

      ISD Discourses and the Emancipation of Meaning

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      Pages 27-42

      E-Documents as Tools for the Humanized Management of Community Knowledge

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      Pages 43-82

      Enterprise Integration Using Enterprise Architecture

  3. Theoretical Foundations

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      Pages 83-93

      The Formulation of Design Theories for Information Systems

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      Pages 95-101

      Justifying ISD Knowledge Claims

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      Pages 103-113

      The RO Theory, Discovery of BUI, and IS

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      Pages 115-125

      The Dynamics of an Information System in Light of Chaos Theory

  4. ISD Methods

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      Pages 127-139

      Information Systems Development Methodologies in Practice

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      Pages 141-153

      Software Development Methodology Evaluation Model

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      Pages 155-167

      Representing Part-Whole Relations in Conceptual Modelling

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      Pages 169-178

      Existence Dependency and Information Structure

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      Pages 179-185

      Towards a Generic Model for Agile Processes

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      Pages 187-198

      Continuous Integration as a Means of Coordination

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      Pages 199-208

      On Business Rules Approach to the Information Systems Development

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      Pages 209-221

      Business Functions Prototyping via XSLT

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      Pages 223-235

      Old Trick, New Dogs: Learning to use CRUD matrices early in object-oriented information system development

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      Pages 237-249

      From Vernacular to Rational Design in Software Engineering

  5. Requirements for ISD

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      Pages 251-266

      Picturing Problems

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      Pages 267-279

      Using Cognitive Mapping for Problem Analysis in Information Requirements Determination

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      Pages 281-291

      A Quality Model for the Evaluation of Software Requirements Specifications

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