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IOMS: Information Systems Working Papers

The research interests of the current IS Group can be roughly divided into three subgroups:
  1. The Representation and Analysis of Large Data Sets. These interests include the topics of (1) database representation and manipulation, and (2) knowledge discovery and "data mining." Typical subtopics include: the organization and updating of large databases, especially those derived from a variety of sources and "platforms;" and the development of methods and algorithms for classifying and/or identifying characteristics of individuals, groups, and events (e.g., fraudulent telephone calls) from data on a large number of instances with many different attributes. Most recently, the analysis of "networked data" has received increased attention.
  2. The Economic Analysis of Markets for Information Goods and Services. These topics include the pricing of information goods and services, and the evolution of market structures (monopoly, oligopoly, competition), taking account of the special characteristics of the technologies, costs, and demands for these goods and services. Also, these studies often have significant public policy implications.
  3. Behavioral Aspects of Information Systems. These include the study of how human individuals and groups interact with information systems and technologies. Examples include (1) the formation and dynamics of "internet communities," (2) the factors that influence whether and how human decision-makers use automated decision-support systems; and (3) the dynamics of software development teams composed of individuals with different goals and areas of expertise.

Collection's Items: 1 to 20 of 555

Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Mar-1992ABSTRACT-DRIVEN PATTERN DISCOVERY IN DATABASESDhar, Vasant; Tuzhilin, Alexander
1993Abstract-Driven Pattern Discovery In DatabasesDhar, Vasant; Tuzhilin, Alexander
Mar-1983ACCESS TO SPECIFIC DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE BY EXPERT SYSTEMS: THE IMPACT OF LOGIC PROGRAMMINGVassiliou, Yannis; Clifford, James; Jarke, Matthias
Feb-2005ACORA: Distribution-Based Aggregation for Relational Learning from Identifier AttributesPerlich, Claudia; Provost, Foster
Jun-1986ACQUIRING APPLICATION-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE DURING DESIGN TO SUPPORT SYSTEMS MAINTENANCEDhar, Vasant; Ranganathan, P.; Jarke, Matthias
Nov-2004Active Learning for Decision MakingSaar-Tsechansky, Maytal; Provost, Foster
2001Active Sampling for Class Probability Estimation and RankingSaar-Tsechansky, Maytal; Provost, Foster
Sep-1993THE ADOPTION OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORK EXTERNALITIES: AN ANALYTICAL AND EMPIRICAL STUDYKauffman, Robert J.; McAndrews, James; Wang, Yu-Ming
1-Jan-2003Aggregation-Based Feature Invention and RelationalPerlich, Claudia; Provost, Foster0
Feb-1992ALIGNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH THE ORGANIZATION: A MEASUREMENT TOOL AND ITS APPLICATIONMiller, Jonathan
Aug-1999America Online Inc.: The Portal EraStohr, Edward A.; Viswanathan, Sivakumar; White, Larry
Aug-1985ANALOGICAL AND DEPENDENCY DIRECTED REASONING STRATEGIES FOR LARGE SYSTEMS EVOLUTIONDhar, Vasant; Jarke, Matthias
Dec-1996ANALYSIS OF WEB SITE USAGE DATA: HOW MUCH CAN WE LEARN ABOUT THE CONSUMER FROM WEB LOGFILES?Padmanabhan, Balaji; Sen, Shahana; Tuzhilin, Alexander; White, Norman H.; Stein, Roger
1998Analyzing IT Outscoring Relationships as Alliances among Multiple Clients and VendorsGallivan, Michael J.; Oh, Wonseok
5-Jun-1998Annotate! A Web-based Knowledge Management Support System for Document CollectionsGinsburg, Mark; Kambil, Ajit
1993APPLICATIONS: Financial risk and financial Risk Management Technology (RMT): Issues and advancesBansal, Arun; Kauffman, Robert J.; Mark, Robert M.; Peters, Edward
Apr-1985AN APPROACH TO DEPENDENCY DIRECTED BACKTRACKING USING DOMAIN SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGEDhar, Vasant; Quayle, Casey
Nov-1996APPROPRIABILITY AND THE INDIRECT VALUE OF CRS OWNERSHIP IN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRYDuliba, Katherine A.; Kauffman, Robert J.; Lucas, Henry C. , Jr.
Nov-1999Appropriating Value From CRS Ownership in the Airline IndustryDuliba, Katherine A.; Kauffman, Robert J.; Lucas, Henry C. , Jr.
1987Architectures for Financial Consolidation: A Comparative StudySasso, William C.