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  • Data presentation for agile information systems project decision making 

    Halonen, Raija; Acton, Thomas; Conboy, Kieran (2008)
    Awareness and use of agile methods has grown rapidly amongst the information systems development (ISD) community in recent years, and have been largely well received. While there are a number of purported benefits, many ...
  • Improving consumer decision making through preference relaxation. 

    Dabrowski, Maciej (2010)
    In online shopping scenarios, it can be difficult for consumers to process large amounts of information and make a good purchase decision, particularly for multiattributed products selection. Interactive decision aids that ...
  • Improving decision quality through preference relaxation. 

    Dabrowski, Maciej; Acton, Thomas (IOS press, 2010)
    In online shopping scenarios, it can be difficult for consumers to process the vast amounts of information available and to make satisfactory buying decisions. Interactive decision aids are a potential solution to this ...
  • Modelling preference relaxation in e-commerce. 

    Dabrowski, Maciej; Acton, Thomas (IEEE, 2010-09-23)
    In multi-attribute decision choice scenarios, although decision-makers desire access to very large sets of possible choice options (alternatives), their cognitive resources are limited. They may simply be unable to process ...
  • Presenting data for team-based decision-making in agile information systems projects 

    Halonen, Raija; Acton, Thomas; Conboy, Kieran (2009)
    Although there are a number of purported benefits of agile systems development methods over traditional forms, many in the Information Systems Development (ISD) community highlight the difficulties that the dynamic, turbulent ...
  • Presenting the un-presentable: how to display data for decision making 

    Acton, Thomas; van der Heijden, Hans; Golden, William (2008-10-20)
    A concern with computer systems is how best to present onscreen data. This can be particularly problematic for large quantities of data and in contexts of organisational and managerial decision making. Another concern ...