Implications from Decision Science for the Systems Development Life Cycle in Information Systems

Abstract

Nomology, a decision science approach to structuring qualitative decisions, is used to show that the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) corresponds to a generic structure based on a Convincing process embedded within a Committing process, both of which were formalised originally by Kant as dialectical processes. The key decision issue in the SDLC is… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1011405805771

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@article{Brugha2001ImplicationsFD, title={Implications from Decision Science for the Systems Development Life Cycle in Information Systems}, author={Cathal M. Brugha}, journal={Information Systems Frontiers}, year={2001}, volume={3}, pages={91-105} }