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AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction

Introduction

The March 2021 issue (vol. 13, no. 1) of THCI comprises one editorial and four papers on the special issue theme on Design Science Research in Human-Computer Interaction that was co-edited by Marc T. P. Adam, Shirley Gregor, Alan Hevner, and Stefan Morana.

The March 2021 issue also comprises the last paper on the special issue theme on AI Fairness, Trust, and Ethics in which three other papers on this theme were published in the December 2020 issue (vol. 12, no. 4).

The editorial and four research papers on the special issue theme on Design Science Research in Human-Computer Interaction are:
1. “Design Science Research Modes in Human-Computer Interaction Projects” by Marc T. P. Adam, Shirley Gregor, Alan Hevner, and Stefan Morana
2. “CASSI: Designing a Simulation Environment for Vehicle Relocation in Carsharing” by Christoph Prinz, Mathias Willnat, Alfred Benedikt Brendel, Sascha Lichtenberg, and Lutz Kolbe
3. “Designing and Evaluating a Collaborative Writing Process with Gamification Elements: Toward a Framework for Gamifying Collaboration Processes” by Christina Wiethof, Navid Tavanapour, and Eva A. C. Bittner
4. “Gamification: Explaining Brand Loyalty in Mobile Applications” by Jens Mattke and Christian Maier
5. “Understanding the Impact that Response Failure has on How Users Perceive Anthropomorphic Conversational Service Agents: Insights from an Online Experiment” by Stephan Diederich, Tim-Benjamin Lembcke, Alfred Benedikt Brendel, and Lutz M. Kolbe

The paper on the special issue theme on AI Fairness, Trust, and Ethics is:
“Understanding the Effect that Task Complexity has on Automation Potential and Opacity: Implications for Algorithmic Fairness” by M. Vimalkumar, Agam Gupta, Divya Sharma, and Yogesh K. Dwivedi

Articles

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CASSI: Designing a Simulation Environment for Vehicle Relocation in Carsharing
Christoph Prinz, Mathias Willnat, Alfred Benedikt Brendel, Sascha Lichtenberg, and Lutz Kolbe

Editorial

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Design Science Research Modes in Human-Computer Interaction Projects
Marc T.P. Adam, Shirley Gregor, Alan Hevner, and Stefan Morana