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HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Health Information Service Adoption: Case of Telemedicine
Health Information Services deal with repository, retrieval and make use of medical information in order to improve service quality and reduce cost. Medical staff, administrative ...
Umit Topacan, Nuri Basoglu, Tugrul U. Daim
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Second Life as a Medium for Lecturing in College Courses
Second Life is an online virtual world that is gaining popularity in academic institutions as an alternative means for collaborative and distance education. However, the number of...
Daniel C. Cliburn, Jeffrey L. Gross
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Task Behaviors During Web Search: The Difficulty of Assigning Labels
By examining searcher behavior on a large search engine, we have identified seven basic kinds of task behaviors that can be observed in web search session logs. In the studies rep...
Daniel M. Russell, Diane Tang, Melanie Kellar, Rob...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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E-Commerce and E-Government: How Do They Compare? What Can They Learn from Each Other?
For more than a decade e-Commerce and eGovernment applications have made major impacts in their respective sectors, private and public. Some time ago, we presented early insights ...
Hans Jochen Scholl, Karine Barzilai-Nahon, Jin-Hyu...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Agile Principles and Ethical Conduct
Software practitioners experience pressure to compromise their work and their reasonable care for others. Even as software becomes more beneficial, pervasive, and interconnected, ...
Ken H. Judy
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Optimal Pumping Schedule and Salinity Control in a Coastal Aquifer: a Decision Support System
Proper management of coastal wells is important in order to satisfy demand, minimize costs, control salinity increase, and ultimately to define water resource strategies which are...
T. Ka'eo Duarte, Riccardo Minciardi, Michela Robba...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Celebrating Diversity in Volunteer Computing
The computing resources in a volunteer computing system are highly diverse in terms of software and hardware type, speed, availability, reliability, network connectivity, and othe...
David P. Anderson, Kevin Reed
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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A Cost-Based Model for Improving Customer Waiting Times
The effective management of a service organization requires measuring system performance on many attributes. Customer waiting time is inherent to nearly all service operations and...
Alfred L. Guiffrida, Michael J. Messina
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Service Composition in Public Networks: Results from a Quasi-Experiment
New systems can be created by assembling a set of elementary services provided by various stakeholders in a service composition. Service composition is not a trivial endeavor and ...
Ralph Feenstra, Marijn Janssen
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Open Access to Scientific Literature - Increasing Citations as an Incentive for Authors to Make Their Publications Freely Access
In recent years the scientific journal market faces significant evolutions that may cause major changes in the way of publishing research results. In this connection, open access ...
Steffen Bernius, Matthias Hanauske
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