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Constructing POSE: A Tool for Eliciting Quality Requirements
Information systems technology and its applications – 6th international conference – ISTA 2007
Quality requirements elicitation for new computer applications rests traditionally on interviewing stakeholders. That makes getting these requirements right more complicated than is necessary because the anticipated users not necessarily are good at talking about the kind of computer aid and its qualities they would ...
Where ontology affects information systems
Nicola Guarino has coined the phrase ontology driven information systems. This phrase appears to offer ontology based help and guidance for information systems development. In this paper we try to understand better whether, why and where ontology affects information systems. We briefly discuss what kind of help we would ...
A performance tuning framework
Information Systems Technology and its Applications, international conference ISTA'2001
Design and implementation of applications comprise an anticipation of what increased performance requirements might occur in future. However this is not a simple thing to do and resources are limited. Thus in practice it happens, that after some time of operation an application no more meets the increased performance ...