Systems Analysis and Design (SIG SAND)

Systems analysis involves examining business problems (opportunities) and identifying possible solutions, whereas systems design includes the identification, specification, and implementation of an information technology solution. The combined field of Systems Analysis and Design (SAND) deals with all issues related to the development of systems and, as such, is of central importance to the Information Systems discipline, including understanding how businesses can create value with new digital technologies. The SIGSAND track provides a forum for discussing research related to systems development tools, methodologies and other activities throughout the systems development life cycle (SDLC). This includes requirements determination, modeling techniques and languages, agile systems development practices, empirical evaluation of analysis and design methods, user involvement in systems development, open source development, design of systems architecture, and other technical and organizational issues in systems development.

Track Chairs:
Roman Lukyanenko, HEC Montréal, roman.lukyanenko@hec.ca
Arturo Castellanos, Baruch College, arturo.castellanos@baruch.cuny.edu
Jon W. Beard, Iowa State University, jwbeard@iastate.edu
Schedule

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2021
Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

A Blockchain-Inspired, Multi-Layered Transaction Model for Business Process Modeling

Kwok-Bun Yue, University of Houston-Clear Lake

12:00 AM

A Conceptual Framework to Support the Management of Technical Debt in Software Testing

Verusca Rocha, Federal University of Bahia
Sávio Freire, Federal University of Bahia
Nicolli Rios, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Cleydiane Lima, Federal University of Pernambuco
Leilane Ribeiro, Federal Institute of Bahia
Boris Perez, University of Los Andes

12:00 AM

A Technology-Specific Modeling Method for Data ETL Processes

Andrea Deme, Babes-Bolyai University
Robert Buchmann, Babes-Bolyai University

12:00 AM

Business Process Simulation in Practice: An Empirical Study into Current Use and User Requirements

Philipp Ludwikowski, University of Hagen
Kristina Rosenthal, University of Hagen

12:00 AM

Engineering Semantics-driven Secondary Notation for Domain-specific Conceptual Modeling

Ana-Maria Ghiran, Business Informatics Research Center, Babes-Bolyai Univ
Robert Buchmann, Babes-Bolyai University

12:00 AM

Enterprise Architecture Erosion: A Definition and Research Framework

Telma Portugal, University of Coimbra
João Barata, University of Coimbra

12:00 AM

On Comment Patterns that are Good Indicators of the Presence of Self-Admitted Technical Debt and those that Lead to False Positive Items

Mário Farias, Federal Institute of Sergipe
Thiago Souto Mendes, Federal Institute of Bahia
Manoel G. Mendonça, Federal University of Bahia
Rodrigo O. Spinola, Salvador University

12:00 AM