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Assessing the Reliability, Validity and Adaptability of PSSUQ

  title={Assessing the Reliability, Validity and Adaptability of PSSUQ},
  author={Ann L. Fruhling and Sang M. Lee},
  • A. Fruhling, Sang M. Lee
  • Published in AMCIS 2005
  • Computer Science
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