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 Francisco Javier Lerch

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August 2002 ACM SIGMIS Database: the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems: Volume 33 Issue 3, Summer 2002
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 3
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Component-based software development is widely regarded as a promising approach to improving productivity and quality. However, progress in component-based software development has been slower than expected. A possible explanation for this slow progress is that there are not enough software components that can satisfy users (consumers). From this perspective, the ...
Keywords: component objective features, consumer preferences, consumer purchasing behavior, consumer decision-making model, software component market

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March 2001 Information Systems Research: Volume 12 Issue 1, March 2001
Publisher: INFORMS
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Citation Count: 13

This research examines how decision makers manage their attentional resources when making a series of interdependent decisions in a real-time environment. Decision strategies for real-time dynamic tasks consist of two main overlapping cognitive activities: monitoring and control. Monitoring refers to decision makers' tracking of key system variables as they work ...
Keywords: Dynamic Decision Making, Individual Differences, Decision Support, Real-Time Environments

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October 2000 ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS): Volume 18 Issue 4, Oct. 2000
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 14
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This paper raises the question, “What is an effective representation framework for organizational process design?” By combining our knowledge of existing process models with data from a field study, the paper develops criteria for an effective process representation. Using these criteria and the case study, the paper integrates the process ...
Keywords: process representation, business process redesign, organizational change

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April 1999 Annals of Software Engineering - Special issue on software engineering education: Volume 6 Issue 1-4, April 1999
Publisher: J. C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers
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The emergence of software component standards and tools for creating software components is leading to an increasing number of software component developers. Traditional software engineering education, however, emphasizes methods for developing large software packages. It is not clear whether such methods are appropriate for developing components. New techniques may be ...

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November 1998 CSCW '98: Proceedings of the 1998 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 39
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Keywords: computer-mediated communication, cognitive overload, coordination, awareness devices, electronic mail, work groups

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January 1998 Annals of Software Engineering: Volume 5 Issue 1, 1998
Publisher: J. C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers
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Research on software reuse has traditionally focused on reuse among employees within the same organization. In contrast, our research investigates consumer preferences in a software component market with multiple producers and consumers of software components. We propose that empirically studying competition in software component markets is crucial to discovering success ...

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October 1997 ESP '97: Papers presented at the seventh workshop on Empirical studies of programmers
Publisher: ACM
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June 1997 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI): Volume 4 Issue 2, June 1997
Publisher: ACM
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This article investigates working-memory (WM) failure in phone-based interaction (PBI). We used a computational model of phone-based interaction (PBI USER) to generate predictions about the impact of three factors on WM failure:PBI features (i.e. menu structure), individual differences (i.e., WM capacity), and task characteristics (i.e., number of tasks). Our computational ...
Keywords: auditory menu, individual differences, cognitive model, user error, working memory

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May 1997 Expertise in context: human and machine
Publisher: MIT Press
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Citation Count: 7


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March 1997 Information Systems Research: Volume 8 Issue 1, March 1997
Publisher: INFORMS
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Our theoretical framework views programming as search in three problem spaces: rule, instance, and representation. The main objectives of this study are to find out how programmers change representation while working in multiple problem spaces, and how representation change increases the difficulty of programming tasks. Our theory of programming indicates ...
Keywords: object-oriented programming, empirical studies of programmers, scientific discovery, multiple problem spaces

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February 1997 Decision Support Systems - Special issue: economics of information systems: Volume 19 Issue 2, Feb. 1997
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Keywords: labor productivity, information process, productivity paradox, business value, public sector, information technology

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January 1997 Annals of Software Engineering: Volume 3, 1997
Publisher: J. C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers
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We describe the use of simulation‐based experiments to assess the computer support needs of automation supervisors in the United States Postal Service (USPS). Because of the high cost of the proposed system, the inability of supervisors to articulate their computer support needs, and the infeasibility of direct experimentation in the ...

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December 1995 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI): Volume 2 Issue 4, Dec. 1995
Publisher: ACM
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This article proposes a cognitive framework describing the software development process in object-oriented design (OOD) as building internal representations and developing rules. Rule development (method construction) is performed in two problem spaces: a rule space and an instance space. Rules are generated, refined, and evaluated in the rule space by ...
Keywords: internal representation, rule development, object-oriented design

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April 1994 CHI '94: Conference Companion on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Publisher: ACM
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December 1992 ICIS '92: Proceedings of the thirteenth international conference on Information systems
Publisher: University of Minnesota
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June 1992 CHI '92: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Publisher: ACM
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This study aims at developing and empirically testing hypotheses about professional designers' cognitive activities when using object-oriented methodology (OOD) versus using traditional functional decomposition methodologies (TFD). Our preliminary results indicate that OOD may achieve substantial time savings over TFD in logical design. The verbal protocols from a pilot study show ...
Keywords: functional decomposition, mental simulation, rule induction, object-oriented design

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January 1990 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin: Volume 21 Issue 3, Jan. 1990
Publisher: ACM
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Human expertise is a critical resource and will become increasingly so as society's tools and techniques for acquisition, creation, distribution, control, and management of information become more knowledge intensive. One claim, echoed by developers of expert systems, is that human expertise is fragile -- changes in the problem or problem ...

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January 1990 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin: Volume 21 Issue 3, Jan. 1990
Publisher: ACM
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Industrial and governmental employers are increasingly using computerized performance monitoring (CPM) as a tool for evaluating employees' performance. It is estimated that six to seven million employees are currently being monitored by computers and that the number of firms considering such systems is growing (OTA, 1987).

19 published by ACM
December 1989 ICIS '89: Proceedings of the tenth international conference on Information Systems
Publisher: ACM
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September 1989 Proceedings of the third international conference on human-computer interaction on Designing and using human-computer interfaces and knowledge based systems (2nd ed.)
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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Citation Count: 3




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