Information Systems Development: Towards a Service Provision Society (2010)

Information Systems Development: Towards a Service Provision Society (2010)

By: Gregory Wojtkowski (editor), George Angelos Papadopoulos (editor), Wita Wojtkowski (editor), Joze Zupancic (editor), Stanislaw Wrycza (editor)Hardback

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Thistwo-volumebookisthepublishedproceedingsofthe17thInternationalConferenceonInformation SystemsDevelopment(ISD2008)thatwashostedbytheDepartmentofComputerScienceoftheU- versityofCyprusattheAnnabelleHotel,Paphos,Cyprus,from25-27August2008. Thethemeofthe conferencewas"TowardsaServiceProvisionSociety". Intotal,131delegatesfrom34differentcountriesregisteredfortheconference,makingitatruly internationalevent. Paperspresentedattheconferencestronglyreflectedtheconferencetheme. Of165 paperssubmitted,99werepresentedattheconference,representinganacceptancerateofapproximately 60%. Allpaperswerepeerreviewedby3or4referees(atotalof543reviewreportsweresubmitted, correspondingtoanaverageof3. 29reviewsperpaper). Overthecourseof3days,28papersessionswereheld,coveringarangeofareassuchas"Information SystemsEngineering&Management","BusinessSystemsAnalysis&Design","IntelligentInformation Systems","AgileandHigh-SpeedSystemsDevelopmentMethods","EnterpriseSystemsDevelopment& Adoption","PublicInformationSystemsDevelopment","InformationSystemsDevelopmentEducation", "Information Systems Development in Developing Nations", "Legal and Administrative Aspects of InformationSystemsDevelopment","InformationSystemsResearchMethodologies","Service-Oriented AnalysisandDesignofInformationSystems","ITServiceManagement","PhilosophicalandTheoretical IssuesinInformationSystemsDevelopment","Model-drivenEngineeringinISD","HumanComputer Interaction(HCI)inInformationSystemsDevelopment". Thebookisorganisedbyorderoftheconference sessions. Whileallthepresentedpaperswereofhighquality,wehaveselectedtwoofthemtosharetheBest Paper Award. The first one is "Modeling the contribution of enterprise architecture practice to the achievementofbusinessgoals"byMarliesvanSteenbergenandSjaakBrinkkemper. Thesecondoneis "Whycan'twebetonISDOutcomes?:ISD'Form'asaPredictorofSuccess"byMikeNewman,ShanL PanandGaryPan. Furthermore,toacknowledgethequalityofthereviewshecompleted,thequality ofthepaperhesubmitted,hisroleasatrackandsessionchair,andhisgeneralparticipationinthe conference,wehaveawardedanOverallContributionAwardtoMichaelLangoftheNationalUniversity of Ireland, Galway. Details of these awards can be found on the conference Web site at http:// isd2008. cs. ucy. ac. cy. Ourgratitudeisextendedfirsttoallthosewhoattendedandauthoredworkfortheconference. The contributionoftheInternationalProgramCommitteewasinvaluableinidentifyingtrackchairsand reviewerstocommittodoingvitalwork. Whilevolunteeringtohostaconferenceisahighlypersonal undertaking,withoutsupportitwouldbeimpossible. Thus,wewishtothankoursponsorsfortheir financialsupportandotheraid. The ISD conference community has developed over the years a real sense of collegiality and friendliness,perhapsunusuallysoforaconference. Atthesametimeithasbeenastimulatingforum whereafreeexchangeofviewsandperspectivesisencouraged. Perhapswhatbringsthecommunity togetherisabeliefthattheprocessofsystemsdevelopmentisimportant;whetheritissystematicor structuredorimprovisedorspontaneous,thereissomethingabouttheprocessandtheoutcomesthat excitesus. Weformaspectrumofthoughtfromthosewhoseetheactivityassomewhatscientifictoothers thatseeitaswhollysociological;wespanadividebetweenabstractandconceptual,tohardcodeand v vi Preface artefacts-somewherein-betweenliesthetruth. Ifourworkistomakeameaningfulcontributiontoboth practice(byteachingstudents)andresearch(bysharingourexperiencesandstudieswithothers),then hopefullythisconferencewillhavedonealittleoftheformerandmuchforthelatter. GeorgeA. Papadopoulos GregoryWojtkowski WitaWojtkowski StanislawWrycza JozeZupancic Contents 1. Designing Class Methods from Dataflow Diagrams Peretz Shoval and Judith Kabeli-Shani 1. Introduction...1 2. OverviewoftheDesignPhaseofFOOM...2 3. TransactionsandTheirDescriptions...3 3. 1. WhatisaTransaction?...3 3. 2. Top-LevelDescriptionsofTransactions...5 4. DetailedDesignofTransactionsandClassMethods...6 4. 1. StepsintheDesignofTransactionandClassMethods...6 4. 2. FromTop-LeveltoDetailedTransactionDescriptions...6 4. 3. FromDetailedDescriptionsofTransactiontoClassMethods...7 4. 4. MessageCharts...9 5. Summary...9 References...10 2. On The Human, Organizational, and Technical Aspects of Software Development and Analysis ? ? Robertas Damasevicius 1. Introduction...11 2. Non-TechnicalAspectsofSoftwareDevelopment ...12 2. 1. SocialAspects...12 2. 2. OrganizationalAspects...12 2. 3. PsychologicalAspects...13 2. 4. CulturalAspects...13 3. SocialDisciplinesofComputerScience...13 4. Socio-TechnicalSoftwareAnalysis...15 4. 1. Concept,Context,andAimsofSocio-TechnicalSoftwareAnalysis...15 4. 2. Socio-TechnicalSoftwareAnalysisvs. TraditionalDomainAnalysis...15 5. DiscussionandConclusions...16 References...

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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

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  • publication date: 01/01/2009
  • ISBN13: 9780387848099
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1028
  • ID: 9780387848099
  • weight: 2109
  • ISBN10: 0387848096
  • edition: 2010

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