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Making sense of IS Failures
(Idea Publishing, 2009)
Researchers with a keen interest in information systems failures are faced with a double challenge. Not only is it difficult to obtain intimate information about the circumstances surrounding such failures, but there is ...
Why the Pilot Cannot be Blamed : A Cautionary Note about Excessive Reliance on Technology
In many human endeavours intelligent automation has taken over some of the tasks traditionally performed by operators, pilots or controllers. The adoption of intelligent protective technology reflects the greater degree ...
Comparison of software development life cycles : a multiproject experiment
A variety of life cycle models for software development are generally available. Many of the variations were composed to overcome problems in the classic waterfall model. However, it is generally difficult to compare and ...
The Politics of Software Testing
(Cutter Information LLC, 2003)
Learning from failure
This paper addresses the topic of failures in computer-based systems. It does so in three stages: first it describes failure cases in a single domain, that of computer-based ambulance despatch systems; then it discusses ...