Titel: Information Systems Development
Dateigröße in MByte: 22.
Herausgegeben von George Angelos Papadopoulos, Gregory Wojtkowski, Joze Zupancic
23. September 2009 - pdf eBook
This volume of Information System Development, Towards a Service Provision Society is the published proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Systems Development (ISD2008) that was hosted by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Cyprus at the Annabelle Hotel, Paphos, Cyprus from August 25-27, 2008. The theme of the conference was "Towards a Service Provision Society".
In total, 131 delegates from 34 different countries registered for the conference, making it a truly international event. Papers presented at the conference strongly reflected the conference theme. Of 165 papers submitted, 99 were presented at the conference, representing an acceptance rate of approximately 60%. All papers were peer reviewed by three or four referees (a total of 543 review reports were submitted, corresponding to an average of 3.29 reviews per paper).
Over the course of three days, 28 paper sessions were held, covering a range of areas such as: "Information Systems Engineering & Management", "Business Systems Analysis & Design", "Intelligent Information Systems", "Agile and High-Speed Systems Development Methods", "Enterprise Systems Development & Adoption", "Public Information Systems Development", "Information Systems Development Education", "Information Systems Development in Developing Nations", "Legal and Administrative Aspects of Information Systems Development", "Information Systems Research Methodologies", "Service-Oriented Analysis and Design of Information Systems", "IT Service Management", "Philosophical and Theoretical Issues in Information Systems Development", "Model-driven Engineering in ISD", "Human Computer Interaction (HCI) in Information Systems Development". The book is organised by order of the conference sessions.
While all the presented papers were of high quality, we have selected two of them to share the Best Paper Award. The first one is: "Modeling the contribution of enterprise architecture practice to the achievement of business goals" by Marlies van Steenbergen & Sjaak Brinkkemper. The second one is: "Why can't we bet on ISD Outcomes?: ISD "Form" as a Predictor of Success" by Mike Newman, Shan L Pan & Gary Pan. Furthermore, to acknowledge the quality of the reviews he completed, the quality of the paper he submitted, his role as a track and session chair, and his general participation in the conference, we have awarded an Ovreall Contribution Award to Michael Lang of the National University of Ireland, Galway. Details of these awards can be found on the conference Web site at http://isd2008.cs.ucy.ac.cy.
Our gratitude is extended firstly to all those who attended and authored work for the conference. The contribution of the International Program Committee was invaluable in identifying track chairs and reviewers to commit to doing vital work. While volunteering to host a conference is a highly personal undertaking, without support it would be impossible. Thus, we wish to thank our sponsors for their financial support and other aid.
The ISD conference community has developed over the years a real sense of collegiality and friendliness, perhaps unusually so for a conference. At the same time it has been a stimulating forum where a free exchange of views and perspectives is encouraged. Perhaps what brings the community together is a belief that the process of systems development is important; whether it is systematic or structured or improvised or spontaneous, there is something about the process and the outcomes that excites us. We form a spectrum of thought from those who see the activity as somewhat scientific to others that see it as wholly sociological; we span a divide between abstract and conceptual, to hard code and artefacts - somewhere in-between lies the truth. If our work is to make a meaningful contribution to both practice (by teaching students) and research (by sharing our experiences and studies with others), then hopefully this conference will have done a litt
Designing Class Methods from Dataflow Diagrams.
On The Human, Organizational and Technical Aspects of Software Development and Analysis.
Towards Modeling-Language Independent Integration of Dynamic Schemata.
Improving Knowledge Management in the Health Service: Re-engineering approach towards successful implementation.
Accounting, Charging and Billing for Dynamic Service Composition Chains.
Web Service Execution and Monitoring in Integrated Applications in Support of Business Communities.
Scrutinizing UML Activity Diagrams.
Integration of Weakly Heterogeneous Semistructured Data.
Investigating the Applicability of Structural Analysis Techniques in Distributed Systems.
Web-based Systems Development: Analysis and Comparison of Practices in Croatia and Ireland.
The Solution Space Organization: Linking Information Systems Architecture and Reuse.
Designing Cognition-adaptive Human Computer Interface for Mission-Critical Systems.
Conceptual Web Users' Actions Prediction for Ontology-Based Browsing Recommendations.
Web Portal Design: Employment of a Range of Assessment Methods.
A Proposed Extension of the CODAM Model for Human Attention.
Aligning Service Requirements with Business Strategy: A Proposed Stakeholder Value Model for SOA.
A New Method for Conceptual Modelling of Information Systems. -Using ESB and BPEL for Evolving Healthcare Systems towards Pervasive, Grid-Enabled SOA.
MISS: A Metamodel of Information System Service.
An Examination on Service Science: A View from e-Service.
Mapping SOA Artefacts onto an Enterprise Reference Architecture Framework.
Comparing Architectural Styles for Service-oriented Architectures - a REST vs. SOAP case study.
A Method for Transforming Existing Web Service Descriptions into an Enhanced Semantic Web Service Framework.
An Extensible ADL for Service Oriented Architectures.
Specification and Verification of an Agent-Based Auction Service.
A Practical Environment to Apply Model Driven Web Engineering. -An approach to generating program code in quickly evolving environments.
Devising a New Model Driven Framework for Developing GUI for Enterprise Applications. -Model-Driven Development of Decision Support Systems: tackling the variability problem. -Foundations on Generation of Relationships Between Classes Based on Initial Business Knowledge.
Expert Systems Development through Software Product Lines Techniques. -Framework for Using Patterns in Model Driven Development.
Ontology of Domain Analysis Concepts in Software System Design Domain.
An Anonymity Revocation Technology for Anonymous Communication.
The Fight Against Piracy in Peer-to-Peer Networks: the Sword of Damocles Hanging over ISP's Head?. -Information Technology Projects - Leaving the 'Magic' to the 'Wizards'. -Analysis of Academic Results for Informatics Course Improvement Using Association Rule Mining. -The Automatic Integration of Folksonomies with Taxonomies Using Non-Axiomatic Logic. -Using Rules in an 'Intelligent' Information Retrieval Environment. -Genetic Programming Modeling and Complexity Analysis of the Magnetoencephalogram of Epileptic Patients. -A Three-Layer Approach to Testing of Multi-Agent Systems. -Risk Analysis Based Business Rule Enforcement for Intelligent Decision Support. -Sound Processing Features for Speaker-Dependent and Phrase-Independent Emotion Recognition in Berlin Database.
An Approach for Implementation of Project Management Information Systems.
From Standard Application Packages to Enterprise Systems.
The Total Picture - A Framework for Control of IT Investments.
Design Patterns Application in the ERP Systems Improvements. -Determinants of Open Source Software Adoption-An Application of TOE Framework.
Hybridization of Architectural Styles for Integrated Enterprise Information Systems.
Proposing a Formalised Model for Mindful Information Systems Offshoring.
Negotiating a Systems Development Method.
A Hybrid Peer-to-Peer Solution for Context Distribution in Mobile and Ubiquitous Environments.
Rules Transformation Using Formal Concept Approach.
Agreements in Virtual Organizations.
Applying Utility Functions to Adaptation Planning for Home Automation Applications.
Current Trends in Testing XMLMSs.
Service-Oriented Software Development Value Chain and Process.
A Content Markup Language for Data Services.
Organizational Learning Literature Visited - Fresh Lenses to Study Practices in ISD Organizations.
Contract Negotiations Supported Through Risk Analysis.
Instantiating Software Processes an Industry Approach.
A Language for Modelling Trust in Information Systems.
Modeling the Contribution of Enterprise Architecture Practice to the Achievement of Business Goals.
Organizational Culture and ISD Practices: Comparative Literature Review.
Metadata to Support Data Warehouse Evolution.
The Morning After: What Happens When Outsourcing Relationships End?.
Method Engineering: A Formal Description.
A Methodological Framework for Enterprise Information System Requirements Derivation.
Measuring Communication Heterogeneity between Multiple Web-based Agents.
Requirements Modeling with Agent Programming.
BPMN, Toolsets and Methodology: A Case Study of Business Process Management in Higher Education.
Incorporating Spatial Data into Enterprise Applications.
The Development of Mobile Services - the Impact of Actor Groups in the Standardization Process.
Reducing Health Cost: Health Informatics and Knowledge Management as a Business and Communication Tool.
The Information Architecture of E-Commerce: An Experimental Study on User Performance and Preference.
Computer Literacy of Population 50+ - a Case from Slovenia.
A Taxonomy of E-Health Standards to Assist System Developers.
Mobile Location Based Services for Trusted Information in Disaster Management.
Resolution of Complexity in ISD Projects.
Business Architecture Development at Public Administration - Insights from Government EA Method Engineering Project in Finland.
Standardization Framework for Electronic Government Service Portals. -Elaborating the WARE Method for eParticipation Requirements.
Web Tools for Geo-spatial Data Management.
Exploring the Role of Method Rationale in the Context of Teaching Information Systems Development Methods.
Four Levels of Moral Conflict in ISD.
Specification of Learning Content Using Feature Diagrams.
Understanding Service Oriented Architectures in the Classroom: from Web Services to Grid Services.
Refactoring of Learning Objects for Mobile Learning.
Early Orientation towards Future Profession: a Case Study of Introduction into Information Systems Development for the First Year Students.
Embedding Knowledge Management into Business Logic of e-Learning Platform for Obtaining Adaptivity.
Problem-Based Learning in a Programming Context - Planning and Executing a Pilot Survey on Database Access in a Programming Language.
"Learning to research" in a Virtual Learning Environment: a Case Study on the Effectiveness of a Socio-Constructivist Learning Design.
IS Degrees - Sociotechnical or Technosocial?.
Teaching Medium Sized ERP Systems - a Problem-Based Learning Approach.
Statistical Analysis for Supporting Inter-institutional Knowledge Flows in the Context of Educational System.
Using Agile Methods? - Expected Effects.
Finding Categories and Keywords in Web Services.
MEDNET: Telemedicine via Satellite Combining Improved Access to Health Care Services with Enhanced Social Cohesion in Rural Peru.
Why Can't we Bet on ISD Outcomes: ISD "Form" as a Predictor of Success.
From the reviews:
"The papers propose methods for clustering the data flow based on the description of transactions. ... Although the conference scope is wide, the target audience ... include middleware researchers such as software and application developers, industry researchers and engineers, academia and Internet providers, and Web administrators. ... this volume is unique and cannot be compared to any other of its kind. It covers a wide range of information systems implementations and their management. Overall, I recommend this collection to academics ... . (Jolanta Mizera Pietraszko, ACM Computing Reviews, September, 2010)
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