Information Systems Engineering Supported by Cognitive Matchmaking
In daily practice, discrepancies may exist in the suitability match of actors and the tasks that have been allocated to them. Formal theory and the prototype of a cognitive matchmaker system are introduced as a solution to improve the fit between actors and tasks. A case study has been conducted to clarify how the proposed cognitive matchmaker system can be utilized in information systems engineering. The inductive-hypothetical research strategy has been applied when performing the case study.
Keywordscognitive characteristics matchmaking task allocation
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