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Reprints are not available Portions of this paper were developed from a master's thesis presented at the University of Alaska Anchorage in August, 2006. Preliminary findings were presented as a poster at the Abstract Objectives: To create an evidence‐based research tool to inform and guide policy and program managers as they develop and deploy new service(More)
For the last three decades, a great many object-oriented methodologies, languages, and frameworks have been proposed, applied, and disseminated throughout the academic and prac-titioners' communities. Each new conference features new ideas, tools, or viewpoints. However , what do we know about their applicability, cost, and benefits? For most of them, next(More)
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