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A Multi-Dimensional View Of Socio-Technical Information Systems Research And Technochange

Angela Mattia
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
Therefore, the objective of this paper is to continue the movement from socio-technical thinking to technochange thinking by analyzing the socio-technical research on information technology projects from  ...  This provides a coherent synopsis of the tools and interpretations needed to give us sufficient background to better understand technochange and its relationship to improved organizational performance.  ...  AUTHOR INFORMATION Angela Mattia is an assistant professor of Decision Sciences and Information Management in the Davis College of Business at Jacksonville University located in Jacksonville Florida.  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v15i4.6008 fatcat:aftvgxtdd5fx5hpxs3hwnnrg7a

A Taxonomy and Systematic Approach for Automotive System Architectures - From Functional Chains to Functional Networks

Johannes Bach, Stefan Otten, Eric Sax
2017 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems  
Traffic jam pilot or predictive energy management depict examples of recently introduced features that span across different conventional vehicle domains.  ...  Technological advances enable realization of increasingly complex customer features in the automotive sector.  ...  Research features were selected to cover a range as wide as possible.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006307600900101 dblp:conf/vehits/BachOS17 fatcat:c2d77f3wr5d2deshkgkxyfey4a

Developing railway supplier selection excellence using business intelligence knowledge management framework

Mailasan Jayakrishnan, Abdul Karim Mohamad, Mokhtar Mohd Yusof
2021 International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering  
The model of railway supplier selection using BI-KM framework is situated on a horizontal structure of the organization and its technology transformation to execute the organization goal, with technology  ...  This study is significant in supporting data scenarios by focusing on the heuristic view of an industry approach to problem-solving management issues.  ...  The authors also want to express gratitude toward Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) for the UTeM Zamalah Scheme for supporting and sponsorship this research work.  ... 
doi:10.1556/1848.2021.00267 fatcat:zup4xqte45dgjg6uhelm5swtz4

"Unblackboxing" Decision Makers' Interpretations of IS Certifications in the Context of Cloud Service Certifications

Jens Lansing, Alexander Benlian, Ali Sunyaev
2018 Journal of the AIS  
is a function of their interpretations of its features guided by cognitive interpretive schemas along six key structural elements, contrasted with the decision makers' expectations regarding the certification's  ...  To advance theory building on certifications, this article develops an empirically grounded typology of certifications' key structural building blocks and structural elements, and examines how they interpret  ...  His research interests include the role of trust and trust-building mechanisms in IS decisions, IS certifications, and cloud computing.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00520 fatcat:3nmrcitz5vdjxpvrvhsfybdyse

Making Sense of IT Vendor and Client Relationships: a Technological Frames Perspective

David W. Wainwright, Laurence D. Brooks
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The focus is on the early stages of the project involving the joint selection and adoption of process modeling technology, methods and techniques.  ...  This paper discusses the interactions between an ICT vendor and a client organization in the commissioning and execution of an ERP requirements determination project.  ...  The researcher (at the time acting as an academic advisor/consultant) was brought into LEDCo to facilitate and advise on the selection of appropriate business process modeling software as a means of facilitating  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/WainwrightB10 fatcat:ecme4zzkwzeivkgtttkeqhaot4

Reference architecture design for farm management information systems: a multi-case study approach

J. Tummers, A. Kassahun, B. Tekinerdogan
2020 Precision Agriculture  
A key artefact in the development of FMISs is the software architecture that defines the gross level structure of the system.  ...  To illustrate the approach, the results of multi-case study research are shown in which the presented reference architecture is used for deriving different FMIS application architectures.  ...  In the feature model, a "feature" is defined as "a prominent or distinctive Provides communication with the outside world and has an influence on the farm image Weather service provider Provides weather  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11119-020-09728-0 fatcat:olu6yyd2inc5vgrna4zaz3w37a

Digital Photogrammetry – State of the Art and Potential for Application in Forest Management in Croatia

Ivan Balenović, Ante Seletković, Renata Pernar, Hrvoje Marjanović, Dijana Vuletić, Elvis Paladinić, Jelena Kolić, Miroslav Benko
2011 South-East European Forestry  
The PHOTOMOD software enables simple creation of projects of digital images, easy manipulation of multiple digital images, and many other features that facilitate photogrammetric measurement and photo-interpretation  ...  Material and methods: Research was carried out on the selected part of multi-aged, privately owned forest of "Donja Kupčina -Pisarovina" management unit which includes 6 compartments and 24 subcompartments  ...  model (DEM), as well as the use of DPW with appropriate software.  ... 
doi:10.15177/seefor.11-09 fatcat:gh3fk3odkvdzfnxpo4i2qhkb5a

Technological Frames of Reference in Software Acquisition Decisions: Results of a Multiple Case Study

Stefan Harnisch, Jasmin Kaiser, Peter Buxmann
2013 International Conference on Information Systems  
While literature has studied the adoption and implementation of packaged software extensively, research on software acquisition has been limited.  ...  Our results allow for an extension of technological frames of reference theory and support decision makers in optimizing their software acquisition decisions and processes.  ...  Research Approach In order to understand the sense-making process in the context of packaged software acquisition decisions, we follow an interpretative case study approach.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/HarnischKB13 fatcat:r6ysd6z2czddxcfweqyafxgwnq

Modelling the critical success factors of agile software development projects in South Africa

Tawanda B. Chiyangwa, Ernest Mnkandla
2017 South African Journal of Information Management  
identify and provide insights into the critical success factors that influence the success of software development projects using agile methodologies in South Africa.Method: Quantitative method of collecting  ...  : The results of this study discovered a comprehensive model that could provide guidelines to the agile community and to the agile professionals.  ...  Data analysis The goal of the data analysis was to structure the findings as an interpretation of the most critical success factors for South Africa with regards to using agile methodologies in software  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v19i1.838 fatcat:eoqrtmowtvcqvmsd2fzqhdkbqy

Development of a Conceptual Model for Intelligent Software System Designing

Shafagat Mahmudova
2022 Review of Information Engineering and Applications  
An intelligent software system refers to any software using artificial intelligence to analyze and interpret data or to communicate with systems and people.  ...  The article also reports of related studies and identifies application areas. A conceptual model is developed for the design of intelligent software systems.  ...  • Selecting an exit strategy (management). • Selecting a data subsystem. • Selecting a subsystem with the user. • Selecting adequate tools for the system implementation.  ... 
doi:10.18488/79.v9i1.2967 fatcat:73wjqjhgg5hm7l4rscdt3mc7s4

Software process improvement as emergent change: A structurational analysis

I. Allison, Y. Merali
2007 Information and Software Technology  
Adding to the growing body of qualitative research, this approach overcomes some of the criticisms of interpretive studies, especially the need for the research to be reflexive in nature.  ...  This paper presents a framework that draws on structuration theory and dialectical hermeneutics to explicate the dynamics of software process improvement (SPI) in a packaged software organisation.  ...  Incorporating these modalities into an analytical framework therefore sensitises the researcher to these unconscious features linking the process of change to the emergent contextual structures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2007.02.003 fatcat:au4qgt6dj5c2fhxz5jsb7hcdiq

Page 1023 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 46, Issue 5 [page]

2009 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
Thus, choice of an analysis method may influence management decisions and also complicate comparative stud¬ ies that include both types of analyses.  ...  On the other hand, conditional models may be more appropriate for research questions in evolutionary ecology as natural selection occurs at the level of individuals (Cooch, Cam & Link 2002; Nussey et al  ... 

Characterizing Relationships for System Dynamics Models Supported by Exploratory Data Analysis - A Conceptualizing Approach about the Meeting Diversity in Student Software Projects

Fabian Kortum, Jil Klünder, Kurt Schneider
2017 Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering  
Communication and collaboration in teams consist of social-driven characteristics with influences on the continuous delivery of software.  ...  These insights help to sensitize for advanced investigations about the statistical measures of correlation and to interpret sophisticated structures.  ...  The Java tool that was established to analyze the team data records includes a feature to select components for managing the focus of relationship analyses in MINE.  ... 
doi:10.18293/seke2017-143 dblp:conf/seke/KortumKS17 fatcat:b7q7kgh73fab3kg6i7niez7pdu

Reformulating Requirements Modelling for Digitalisation: A Structuration and Semiotic Informed Approach [chapter]

Adrian Benfell, Zoe Hoy
2018 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Forming the analysis, an Information System (IS) designed using the Unified Modelling Language (UML) allied with the Agile software development process exposed a key factor: the need for effective communication  ...  Analysing the conditions and adjusting requirements modelling with structuration and semiotic theories, team members expressed with clarity requirements for their new IS as real-world effects and causes  ...  Domination thus influences understanding of social normative behaviour as interpretant signs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-94541-5_22 fatcat:7yfqmwyvgfbebosslvpgtp4lou

Investigating the interpretability of fetal status assessment using antepartum cardiotocographic records

Liting Huang, Zhiying Jiang, Ruichu Cai, Li Li, Qinqun Chen, Jiaming Hong, Zhifeng Hao, Hang Wei
2021 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
However, the interpretation of fetal status assessment using CTG is mainly confined to clinical research.  ...  Furthermore, the interpretable models discovered the cause factors of fetal status assessment and their causal coefficients to fetal status assessment.  ...  Structural equation model was used to explore the mechanism of prenatal CTG feature on fetal status, providing an interpretable reference for fetal status assessment in prenatal fetal monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-021-01714-4 pmid:34930216 pmcid:PMC8686372 fatcat:o233qwz2jfdjxhfx447zqsnz2i
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