Christopher N. G. Dampney
According to our database1, Christopher N. G. Dampney authored at least 29 papers between 1983 and 2006.
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Maintaining Meaning of Information when it is Shared amongst Information Systems.
An approach to ontology for institutional facts in the semantic web.
Information & Software Technology, 2005
Experience in developing interoperations among legacy information systems using partial reverse engineering.
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM 2003), 2003
The graphical interpretation of plausible tacit knowledge flows.
Proceedings of the Australasian Symposium on Information Visualisation, 2003
The Meaning of Tacit Knowledge.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2002
Selected Tacit Knowledge Observations Within Two Organisations.
Proceedings of the Visualisation 2002, 2002
Category-theoretic fibration as an abstraction mechanism in information systems.
Acta Inf., 2001
Enterprise Information Systems: Specifying the Links among Project Data Models Using Category Theory.
Proceedings of the ICEIS 2001, 2001
On category theory as a (meta) ontology for information systems research.
Visual Mapping of Articulable Tacit Knowledge.
Proceedings of the Australasian Symposium on Information Visualisation, 2001
View updates in a semantic data modelling paradigm.
Proceedings of the Twelfth Australasian Database Conference, 2001
Tacit knowledge acquisition and processing within the computing domain: an exploratory study.
Proceedings of the Challenges of Information Technology Management in the 21st Century, 2000
Lessons from a failed information systems initiative: issues for complex organisations.
I. J. Medical Informatics, 1999
A structured approach to conflict prediction in information systems strategy implementation.
Int. Syst. in Accounting, Finance and Management, 1998
Research Paper: Information Technology in Complex Health Services: Organizational Impediments to Successful Technology Transfer and Diffusion.
Linking Organisation Culture to IS Strategy: A model and interim results.
Proceedings of the Third Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, 1997
Fit, failure, and the house of horrors: toward a configurational theory of IS project failure.
Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Information Systems, 1997
Business Value, Quality and Partnerships: Australasian Information Systems Management Issues.
Australian Computer Journal, 1995
Application of "Consistency Dependency" to Corporate and Project Information Models.
Proceedings of the OOER'95: Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modelling, 1995
Semantic correspondence in integrating CASE tool repository schemas.
Information & Software Technology, 1994
Surviving Paradigm Shifts in Software Development Technology: A Management Case Study of Industrial Experience.
Australian Computer Journal, 1994
A higher order "commuting loop" structure that supports very large information system data and process architecture.
Proceedings of the Business Process Re-Engineering: Information Systems Opportunities and Challenges, 1994
On the Value of Commutative Diagrams in Information Modelling.
Proceedings of the Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology (AMAST '93), 1993
Managing Information Systems in Australia and New Zealand: Requirements for the 1990s.
Australian Computer Journal, 1992
Behavioural Object Clustering.
Future Databases, 1992
Version Consistency and Serializability in Design Databases.
Proceedings of the ICDT'88, 2nd International Conference on Database Theory, Bruges, Belgium, August 31, 1988
Specifying a Semantically Adequate Structure for Information Systems and Databases.
Proceedings of the Entity-Relationship Approach, 1987
The Semantics of Relational Database Functions.
Proceedings of the Entity-Relationship Approach: Ten Years of Experience in Information Modeling, 1986
Precedency Control and Other Semantic Integrity Issues in a Workbench Database.
Engineering Design Applications, 1983