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Variables affecting information technology end-user satisfaction: a meta-analysis of the empirical literature
The present research synthesizes and validates the construct of IT end-user satisfaction using a meta-analysis of 45 empirical studies published between 1986 and 1998. Expand
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A literature survey on Smart Grid distribution: an analytical approach
Abstract Many different technologies have been growing under the umbrella of Smart Grids, which can be split into three major blocks: generation, transmission, and distribution. Generation andExpand
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Measuring the efficiency of Mexican airports
This paper examines, by means of data envelopment analysis, the operational performance of 37 major airports in Mexico. Three analyses are performed considering returns to scale and efficiencyExpand
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Effect of the quality of user documentation on user satisfaction with information systems
We re-validate two existing user documentation and user satisfaction instruments and determine the effect of user documentation on user satisfaction, using canonical correlation analysis. Expand
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From Remote Hosting to Self-Hosting of an Erp System: Lessons Learned from the City of El Paso
The city of El Paso, Texas, initially used an application service provider (ASP) model, allowing the city to fast track its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation. Expand
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Information Technology Transfer and Diffusion to Mexico: A Preliminary Analysis
The Republic of Mexico should be targeted for Information Technology Transfer and Diffusion (ITTD) for a number of reasons. Its educational tradition, political and legal environment, and nationalExpand
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When to stop testing software? A fuzzy interval approach
We formulate the problem of choosing the best fuzzy software reliability model as a mathematical optimization problem, and solve this problem. Expand
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A Cross-National Comparison E-government Success Measures: A Theory-Based Empirical Research
The present research investigates citizen experience with e-government in the USA and Spain by utilising the DeLone and McLean theory of Information Systems (ISs) success. Expand
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Making the smart grid work for community energy delivery
This paper presents the experiences of several small to mid-tier municipal or community owned electrical systems in realizing their conservation and sustainability goals through the implementation of a smart grid. Expand
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Measuring e-Commerce Technology Enabled Business Value: An Exploratory Research
We show how diffusion theory can be used to analyze the wide-spread utilization of e-commerce technologies and how they create business value. Expand
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