Lauma Jokste

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Capability-driven development (CDD) is a novel paradigm for organisational modelling and information technology development. Its cornerstones are capability modelling (including goals, context, processes), pattern-based design, and runtime context awareness and service delivery adjustment. There is a lack of empirical studies regarding the industrial(More)
Users often have difficulties to use large-scale information systems efficiently because of their complexity. Additionally, these systems might be context dependent. If these context dependencies are taken into account during the system's run-time phase, the most appropriate functionality might be provided to users in the form of recommendations for each(More)
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