SIG SAND - Systems Analysis and Design

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 is of central importance to the Information Systems discipline, including understanding how businesses can create value with new digital technologies. The SAND 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:
Arturo Castellanos, William and Mary University, arturo.castellanosbueso@mason.wm.edu
Jon Beard, Iowa State University, jwbeard@iastate.edu
Roman Lukyanenko, HEC Montreal, roman.lukyanenko@hec.ca
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

Closing the Implementation Gap of Digital Twins

Hendrik Wache, Chemnitz University of Technology
Eric Jan Hübner, Chemnitz University of Technology
Sarah Hönigsberg, Chemnitz University of Technology
Barbara Dinter, Chemnitz University of Technology

12:00 AM

Decision Framework for Improved Distributed Ledger Technology Utilization

Tomas Bueno Momcilovic, fortiss GmbH
Matthias Buchinger, fortiss
Vincent Delitz, Technical University of Munich
Dian Balta, fortiss

12:00 AM

Episodic Narrative System: Scenario Authoring for Requirement Identification

Yusun Jung, Texas A&M University, Texarkana

12:00 AM

How Inconsistencies Between Multiple Conceptual Modeling Scripts Affect Readers’ Understanding

Mohammad Jabbari, Université Laval
Karl Werder, University of Cologne

12:00 AM

Incorporating Price Information in Blockchain-based Energy Trading

Md. Ezazul Islam, Federation University Australia
Madhu Chetty, Federation University Australia
Suryani Lim, Federation University Australia
Mehmood Chadhar, Federation University Australia
Syed Islam, Federation University Australia

12:00 AM

Language and User Requirements for Business Process Simulation – A Systematic Literature Review

Niklas Weber, University of Hagen
Kristina Rosenthal, University of Hagen

12:00 AM

Responsibility Modeling for Operational Contributions of Algorithmic Agents

Steven Alter, University of San Francisco

12:00 AM