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HICSS
2009
IEEE
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The Impact of Social Support of Guild Members and Psychological Factors on Flow and Game Loyalty in MMORPG
The objective of this study is to identify the relationships in which social support influences flow and game loyalty through character control, character identity, guild identity...
Juseon Kang, Ilsang Ko, Yunjung Ko
HICSS
2009
IEEE
88views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
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Can National E-Government Standards Find Acceptance?
In recent years many national e-government standards have been developed. Even though the definition of such standards may be a necessary condition for the creation of interoperab...
Daniel Veit, Nils P. Parasie
HICSS
2009
IEEE
165views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
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Studying Knowledge Management System Success in System Administration
Significant temporal and monetary costs are associated with the development and implementation of a knowledge management system (KMS). To justify this investment, it is important ...
Nicole F. Velasquez, Alexandra Durcikova, Rajiv Sa...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Intrusion Monitoring in Process Control Systems
To protect process control networks from cyber intrusions, preventive security measures such as perimeter defenses (for example, network firewalls and demilitarized zones) and se...
Alfonso Valdes, Steven Cheung
HICSS
2009
IEEE
179views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
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Understanding Continuance Intention of Knowledge Creation in Online Communities from a Social-Psychological Perspective
Grounded on both social cognitive theory and expectation-disconfirmation theory (EDT), this study aims to investigate how individuals’ continuance intention of knowledge creatio...
Shih-Wei Chou, Ching-Chang Lee, Yu-Chieh Chang, Ch...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Reexamining Threat Rigidity: Implications for Design
Emergencies today seem larger, more complex, and unique than those of the past. Responding to them requires flexibility and creativity not easily achieved. The threat-rigidity the...
Linda Plotnick, Murray Turoff, Gerd Van Den Eede
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Integrated Patient Health Information Systems to Improve Traffic Crash Emergency Response and Treatment
This research explores how a wide range of automobile crash, emergency responder, hospital, and trauma information could be useful to emergency medical practitioners for making de...
Benjamin L. Schooley, Thomas A. Horan, Michael Mar...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
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Service Migration in an Enterprise System Architecture
This paper briefly reviews the state of Enterprise System Architecting (ESA) and concludes that assumptions of incremental technical evolution (overlaid by selective organizationa...
Stephen Cohen, William Money, Stephen Kaisler
HICSS
2009
IEEE
145views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
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Online Gaming to Apply for Jobs - The Impact of Self- and E-Assessment on Staff Recruitment
The process of recruiting employees has changed since the internet entered enterprises. From simply posting job ads and information on the internet to online application forms and...
Sven Laumer, Alexander von Stetten, Andreas Eckhar...
HICSS
2009
IEEE
98views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
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Methodological Approaches to Measuring the Effects of Implementation of Health Information Technology (HIT)
The research design, evaluation methodology, and statistical analysis of the clinical efficacy of healthcare information technology (HIT) implementation can be a challenging task....
Lance Roberts, Marcia M. Ward, Jane M. Brokel, Dou...
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