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2004
ACM
11 years 12 months ago
The impact of participation in information system design: a comparison of contextual placements
To compare the outcomes of participatory and user-centered contextual design, case study methods and the Activity Checklist derived from Activity Theory are used to analyze two sy...
Magnus Irestig, Henrik Eriksson, Toomas Timpka
RE
2005
Springer
12 years 10 hour ago
Contextual Risk Analysis for Interview Design
Interviews with stakeholders can be a useful method for identifying user needs and establishing requirements. However, interviews are also problematic. They are time consuming and...
Tira Cohene, Steve M. Easterbrook
JNW
2006
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11 years 6 months ago
A Comparison of Replication Strategies for Reliable Decentralised Storage
Distributed hash tables (DHTs) can be used as the basis of a resilient lookup service in unstable environments: local routing tables are updated to reflected changes in the network...
Matthew Leslie, Jim Davies, Todd Huffman
JSS
2002
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11 years 6 months ago
The impact of component architectures on interoperability
Component interoperability has become an important concern as companies migrate legacy systems, integrate COTS products, and assemble modules from disparate sources into a single ...
Leigh A. Davis, Rose F. Gamble, Jamie Payton
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 7 months ago
TeamTag: exploring centralized versus replicated controls for co-located tabletop groupware
We explore how the placement of control widgets (such as menus) affects collaboration and usability for co-located tabletop groupware applications. We evaluated two design alterna...
Meredith Ringel Morris, Andreas Paepcke, Terry Win...
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