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Process models representing knowledge for action: a revised quality framework
A semiotic framework for evaluating the quality of conceptual models was proposed by (Lindland OI, Sindre G and Sølvberg A (1994) Understanding Quality in Conceptual Modelling). Expand
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Smart sustainable cities of the future: An extensive interdisciplinary literature review
Abstract In recent years, the concept of smart sustainable cities has come to the fore. And it is rapidly gaining momentum and worldwide attention as a promising response to the challenge of urbanExpand
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Model-Based Development and Evolution of Information Systems: A Quality Approach
This book introduces and describes in detail the SEQUAL framework for understanding the quality of models and modeling languages, including the numerous specializations of the generic framework and the various ways in which this can be used for different applications. Expand
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Mobile augmented reality for cultural heritage: A technology acceptance study
We have developed a mobile augmented reality application with historical photographs and information about a historical street. Expand
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Defining quality aspects for conceptual models
The notion of quality for information system models and other conceptual models is not well understood, and in most literature only lists of useful properties have been provided. Expand
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Evaluating UML using a generic quality framework
We evaluate the language quality of UML (version 1.4), highlighting both the positive aspects and the areas where improvement is needed. Expand
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A Semiotic Approach to Quality in Requirements Specifications
  • J. Krogstie
  • Computer Science
  • Organizational Semiotics
  • 23 July 2001
We have in this paper extended our quality framework for models based on the work by Davis on quality in requirement specifications, looking upon a requirements specification as a specific type of model. Expand
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Reviewing the flipped classroom research: reflections for computer science education
A review of flipped classroom research in the area of Computer Science . Expand
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Mobile Services Acceptance Model
We propose an extended technology acceptance model, which is called mobile services acceptance model with a consideration of trust, context, and personal initiatives and characteristics in addition to perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use. Expand
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Big data analytics capabilities: a systematic literature review and research agenda
This paper aims to provide a systematic literature review that can help to explain the mechanisms through which big data analytics (BDA) lead to competitive performance gains. Expand
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