Benneth Christiansson

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For component-based software development to be successful in organizations, the software developers must give close attention to the design of components as independent abstractions with well-specified behaviors. Without well-specified behaviors the possibility to distribute and acquire software components will be limited. We have studied 20 approaches to(More)
All throughout the computer science community object-orientation is accepted as being built upon the same basic concepts that human beings use to apprehend reality. This misconception, as we think, is what we focus on in this paper. To show this we analyse two well-recognised object-oriented systems development methods. We try to pinpoint in what way these(More)
In today’s global market, the need for well functioning and robust information systems is greater than ever. Organizations also have to continuously adjust and improve their business practices to maintain a competitive edge at the same rate the information systems have to be adapted in accordance with these changes. This is a big challenge for the software(More)
We carried out an audiological survey of 204 officers at an infantry regiment in southern Sweden. The officers were exposed to impulse noise from firearms with peak levels up to 185 dB (SPL). The audiological measurement results were summarized in four age-groups, all of which showed significant hearing loss compared to ISO 1999 (1990) database A of a(More)
Organisations, business processes and co-workers are in a ”never-ending change-mode”. It is therefore unrealistic to expect any definitive requirements for computer based information systems. In this paper we argue for the need of bridging the gap between business process modelling and software component specification. By using a core business process model(More)
In this paper a set of successful Enterprise Application Integration projects are analyzed and common characteristics are identified. These characteristics are then distilled into a set of key success factors. The empirical foundation for this study is the active participation in a number of successful EAI projects, as a consequence thereof we classify the(More)
In this paper a set of successful Enterprise Application Integration projects are analyzed and common characteristics are identified. These characteristics are then distilled into a set of key success factors. The empirical foundation for this study is the active participation in a number of successful EAI projects, as a consequence thereof we classify the(More)
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