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1Crowe, M. ; Beeby, R. ; Gammack, J.: Constructing systems and information : a process view.
New York : McGraw-Hill, 1996. XIII,261 S.
(The McGraw-Hill information systems, management and strategy series)
Abstract: Within dynamic organizations, information systems often fail to adapt to changing requirements and structures. The book presents a different view of IS provision, based on end-user information systems construction, as a means of avoiding many of the recognized problems. Adopting a philosophy of constructivism, emphasizing psychological and social factors in information construction, the authors examine different types of systems across natural and social sciences
Inhalt: Enthält u.a. die Kapitel: A constructivist approach to systems, science and constructivism, organizations as systems
LCSH: System design
DDC: 658.4'038'011 / dc20
LCC: QA76.9.S88C78 1996
2Coyne, R.: Designing information technology in the postmodern age : from method to metaphor.
Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, 1995. 399 S.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: JASIS 47(1996) no.9, S.719-720 (T.A. Brooks)
Compass: Information systems / Development
LCSH: Information technology ; System design
3Hirschheim, R. ; Klein, H.Z. ; Lyytinen, K.: Information systems development and data modelling : conceptual and philosophical foundations.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1995. 289 S.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Journal of education for library and information science 38(1997) no.1, S.86-92 (D. Blair)
LCSH: System design ; Data structures (Computer science)
4Fallon, H.: How to implement information systems and live to tell about it.
New York : Wiley, 1995. 291 S.
Abstract: Leading-edge techniques for implementing systems and products Tried-and-true project management techniques are fine when it comes to designing, coding, testing, and installing stand-alone information systems. But meeting the challenge of orchestrating the many technologies, departments, and personnel involved in the planning and implementation of information systems for today's distributed, cross-organizational, multi-platform environments requires the talents of an emerging new breed of coordinator, capable of building networks of cooperation for getting things done. Based on Howard Fallon's extensive experience as an implementation coordinator (IC) at corporations nationwide, this book clearly defines the vital role of the IC in today's downsized, decentralized organization, and: Helps you to decide if being an IC is right for you Arms you with IC techniques that can be applied to everything from reengineering legacy systems to client/server implementations Provides detailed guidance on planning and managing system and product implementations into the operational environment Offers expert advice and guidance on handling logistics, organizational issues, and company politics Introduces the Joint Implementation Process (JIP) - an innovative, highly effective group planning technique that keeps the implementation on track, on schedule, and within budget
Anmerkung: Rez. in: International journal of information management 16(1996) no.1, S.79 (D. Blawden)
Themenfeld: Information Resources Management
LCSH: System design ; Electronic data processing ; Management information systems
RSWK: Informationssystem / Systementwurf / Datenverarbeitung / Managementinformationssystem
BK: 54.26 / Mikrocomputer
DDC: 004/.068/4 / dc20
LCC: QA76.9.S88F35 1995
5Ignizio, J.P.: ¬An Introduction to expert systems : the development and implementation of rule-based expert systems.
New York : McGraw-Hill, 1991. XXI, 402 S. + 1 computer disk (5 1/4").
Abstract: For courses in Expert Systems, Knowledge-Based Systems, Artificial Intelligence or Decision Support Systems, this book embodies the fact that expert systems now extend beyond the field of computer science into such areas as engineering and business. It offers a comprehensive understanding of expert systems and shows their application to real world problems. The material is presented in such a way that the student needs no previous experience in computers or computer programming. The book addresses all of the topics necessary to understand, build, validate, and implement expert systems - with many examples, exercises, and problems. A working version of EXSYS - a microcomputer-based expert systems software program - is packaged with the text.
Compass: Expert systems
LCSH: Expert systems (Computer science) ; System design
DDC: 006.33 / dc20
GHBS: TZH (HA)
LCC: QA76.76.E95I387 1991