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Information Systems

1995 Volume 20, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Developing Formal Object-oriented Requirements Specifications: A Model, Tool and Technique

    Robert B. Jackson

    Presents a formal object-oriented specification model (OSS) for computer software system development that is supported by a tool that automatically generates a prototype from an object-oriented... More

    pp. 273-89

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  2. Representation and Communication--A Speech Act Based Approach to Information Systems Design

    Paul Johannesson

    Proposes a unifying framework based on speech act theory, which reconciliates the representation and communication roles of information systems. Focuses on how communication can be modeled by means... More

    pp. 291-303

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