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HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Infrastructure Protection in the Ancient World
This paper provides lessons learned from ancient Roman attempts to protect the aqueduct, which was considered one of their most critical infrastructures. It also offers an analogy...
Michael J. Assante
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Local-Global: Reconciling Mismatched Ontologies in Development Information Systems
This paper extends pre-existing digital divide conceptualizations to further investigate the important issue of mismatches between the ontologies of state-created information syst...
Jessica Seddon Wallack, Ramesh Srinivasan
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Efficiency, Economic and Environmental Assessment of Ground Source Heat Pumps in Central Pennsylvania
— The energy use of a ground-source heat pump (GSP) for heating, cooling and hot water in a Central Pennsylvania residence (namely, the author’s house) is analyzed, compared to...
Seth Blumsack, Jeffrey Brownson, Lucas Witmer
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Decentralized Reactive Power Dispatch for a Time-Varying Multi-TSO System
This paper addresses the problem of reactive power dispatch in a power system partitioned into several areas controlled by different transmission system operators. Previous resear...
Yannick Phulpin, Miroslav Begovic, Marc Petit, Dam...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Knowledge Workers and the Realm of Social Tagging
Social tagging is a relatively new type of social software that stores user-generated textual keywords to describe a resource or aspects of that resource. In this paper we explore...
Ralph Boeije, Gwendolyn L. Kolfschoten, Pieter de ...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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The Construction of Peers and Artifacts: The Organizing Role of "Programming Guidelines"
In this paper, we1 study new organizational forms for production processes that emerge in large scale Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects. We will focus on the textua...
Vincenzo D'Andrea, Stefano De Paoli, Maurizio Teli
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Emerging Role of Public Librarians as E-Government Providers
Libraries increasingly play an integral role as service providers in E-Government systems, but little has been done to assess the scope or trajectory of citizen needs in libraries...
Amelia N. Gibson, John Carlo Bertot, Charles R. Mc...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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An N-Gram Based Approach to Automatically Identifying Web Page Genre
The research reported in this paper is the first phase of a larger project on the automatic classification of web pages by their genres, using ngram representations of the web pag...
Jane E. Mason, Michael A. Shepherd, Jack Duffy
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Explaining the Continuous Use of Social Virtual Worlds: An Applied Theory of Planned Behavior Approach
Social virtual worlds (SVWs) have become increasingly popular spaces for social interaction. To be attractive to engage with, maintaining a sufficient base of active users is a si...
Jani Merikivi, Matti Mäntymäki
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Information Sharing at National Borders: Extending the Utility of Border Theory
Research has identified the potential and challenges of information sharing in government settings mostly within the context of a single country. The challenges facing inter-gover...
Celene Navarrete, Sehl Mellouli, Theresa A. Pardo,...
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