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The Paradox of "Structured" Methods for Software Requirements Management: A Case Study of an E-Government Development Project
This paper outlines the alternative perspectives of "rationalism" and "improvisation" within information systems development, and describes the major shortcomings of each. It then discusses how these shortcomings ...
Reconsidering the "Software Crisis": A Study of Hypermedia Systems Development
With the advent and growth of the Web, hypermedia information systems have propagated within and beyond organizations. Much concern has been expressed about the quality of hypermedia systems being developed and the apparent ...
Using Web-based Surveys for Information Systems Research: An Experience Report.
There has been much interest of late in the use of Web-based surveys. However, the methodological issues of Web-based surveys are poorly understood. This paper reports on the experiences gained from a recently conducted ...
Being Agile When It Really Matters: How ICT can Facilitate Rapid Response to Cardiac Emergencies
Sudden cardiac death is a serious public health issue in Ireland, especially within rural communities that cannot be quickly reached by emergency ambulance services. When a person suffers a cardiac ...
Web-Based Information Systems Development: An Empirical Study of Requirements Engineering Approaches
No system is perfect in so far as requirements are always the subject of ongoing negotiation, and there will generally be a subset of the requirements that get pushed aside. This is especially true of the volatile environments ...