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Impact of Requirements Elicitation Processes on Success of Information System Development Projects

.6015818 [25] B. Davey and C. Cope, “Requirements elicitation - what’s missing?” Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology- vol. 5, pp. 543-551, 2008. [26] Project Management Institute 2014, PMI’s Pulse of the Profession: Requirements Management - A Core Competency for Project and Program Success. [Online]. Available: http://www.pmi.org/learning/pulse.aspx [27] S. Sheppard, “The Principles of Product Development FLOW: Second Generation Lean Product Development,” 2016. [Online]. Available: http

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Digitizing Dunhuang Cultural Heritage: A User Evaluation of Mogao Cave Panorama Digital Library

. Figure 1 Homepage of the Mogao Cave Panorama DL© of Dunhuang Research Academy. This study focuses on evaluating the Mogao Cave Panorama Digital Library from the end-user point of view. Four groups of end-users were recruited, based on their professions, to conduct usability tests with nine information seeking tasks designed specifically for the Dunhuang heritage. Findings of this study will help reveal how users interact with the Panorama DL. User friendly and problematic areas will be identified, based on which suggestions can be made for designers and

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How Users Search the Mobile Web: A Model for Understanding the Impact of Motivation and Context on Search Behaviors

movie and wanting more details on an actor or while chatting with a friend and wanting to prove a point. Time killing is a category that refers to the desire for recreation in one’s spare time, where the desired information is useless but recreational, e.g., looking for recreation news or information about famous people. Knowledge is a category that refers to needs derived from the user’s profession, e.g. an IT student searching for information about a programming language. Life service includes needs arising in daily life, such as finding directions to a

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e-CF Competences in Software Engineering Course

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The article describes the definition of competences formed during the acquisition of the study course “Software Engineering” at Riga Technical University. The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) is adopted for this purpose. Using the steps to determine e-competences, it is established that students can develop 9 competences in the Bachelor and 15 in the Master study programme. Evaluation of practical assignments allows assessing the achievement level of the required competences. Some professions presented in e-CF and the competencies they need are also reviewed.

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A Semantic Retrieval System for Case Law

. 3, pp. 293–298, 2006. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0269888906000701 [18] P. Condliffe, B. Abrahams, and J. Zeleznikow, “An OWL Ontology and Bayesian Network to Support Legal Reasoning in the Owners Cooperation Domain,” 2010. Available from: http://www.abs.gov.au , [Accessed 14 August 2013] [19] R. L. Marcus, “The Impact of Computers on the Legal Profession: Evolution or Revolution?” Northern University Law Review. vol. 102, no. 4, pp. 1827–1865, 2008. [20] K. B. Mensah, “Legal Control of Discretionary Powers in Ghana: Lessons from English

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Access Denied! Contrasting Data Access in the United States and Ireland

://www.businessworld.ie/european-news/Irish-dataprotection-is-not-soft--1667.html [Accessed: 20- Jul- 2015]. [15] California Business and Professions Code section 22575-22579, online privacy protection act, 2003. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=bpc&group=22001-23000&file=22575-22579 [Accessed: 14-Feb-2016]. [16] California AB-1291. Right to Know Act of 2013: disclosure of a customer’s personal information, 2013. [17] California Civil Code section 1798.83. California Shine the Light law, 2005. [18] Cint. Cint - about us, 2015. http

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