Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Innovative Information Systems Modelling Techniques

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Christos Kalloniatis
Christos Kalloniatis

University of the Aegean,
Greece

Published30 May 2012

Doi10.5772/2885

ISBN978-953-51-0644-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5695-6

Copyright year2012

Number of pages236

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

2,334
3. Patterns for Agent-Based Information Systems: A Case Study in Transport

By Vincent Couturier, Marc-Philippe Huget and David Telisson

2,889
4. Health Care Information Systems: Architectural Models and Governance

By Paolo Locatelli, Nicola Restifo, Luca Gastaldi and Mariano Corso

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5. Globalization and Socio-Technical Aspects of Information Systems Development

By Gislaine Camila L. Leal, Elisa H. M. Huzita and Tania Fatima Calvi Tait

5,597
6. Mobile System Applied to Species Distribution Modelling

By Álvaro Silva, Pedro Corrêa and Carlos Valêncio

2,238
7. World Modeling for Autonomous Systems

By Andrey Belkin, Achim Kuwertz, Yvonne Fischer and Jürgen Beyerer

3,077
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8. Analysis of Interactive Information Systems Using Goals

By Pedro Valente and Paulo N. M. Sampaio

2,283
9. A Scheme for Systematically Selecting an Enterprise Architecture Framework

By Agnes Owuato Odongo, Sungwon Kang and In-Young Ko

3,548

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