Items where Division is "Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment > School of Computing and Digital Technology" and Year is 2004

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Aneiba, Adel and Hanlon, S. and Shah, H. (2004) An Architecture for Mobile Web Business Systems: Applied to the Healthcare Sector. In: The Third International Conference on Mobile Business, M-Business 2004, July 2004, New York.

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Hawkins, John and Abdallah, Ali E. (2004) Hardware Synthesis of A Parallel JPEG Decoder from Its Functional Specification. In: Design Methods and Applications for Distributed Embedded Systems. Springer, Boston, MA, pp. 197-206. ISBN 978-1-4020-8148-4

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Quek, A. and Shah, H. (2004) The Activity Theoretical Iterative Evaluation Method. In: 1st Int. Workshop on Activity Theory Based Practical Methods for IT Design, part of the 3rd Nordic Conference on Cultural and Activity Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Quek, A. and Shah, H. (2004) A Comparative Survey of Activity-based Methods for Information Systems Development. In: ICEIS - 6th Int. Conf on Enterprise Inf Sys, April 2004, Portugal.

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Salter, A. and Sharp, B. and Shah, H. (2004) Reducing rework in the development of information systems through the components of decisions. In: The 6th Int. Conference on Enterprise Information Systems ICEIS 2004, 14-17 April 2004, Portugal.

Stamper, R. and Liu, K. and Sun, L. and Tan, S. and Sharp, B. and Dong, D. and Shah, H. (2004) Semiotic Methods for Enterprise Design and IT Applications. In: The 7th International Workshop on Organisational Semiotics (OS), Setubal, Portugal.

Stamper, R. and Liu, K. and Sun, L. and Tan, S. and Sharp, B. and Dong, D. and Shah, H. (2004) Workshop: Engineering Organisational Solutions from Human Information Requirements. In: The Requirements Engineering Specialist Group of the British Computer Society (RESG)., 12/05/2004, University College London.

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