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Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems

Sol, H. G. & Gonzalez, R. A., 2012, Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems. Mora, M. (ed.). IGI Global, p. 403-426 24 p. 21

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Sol, H. G., & Gonzalez , R. A. (2012). Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems. In M. Mora (Ed.), Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems (pp. 403-426 ). [21] IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-0179-6.ch021

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Sol, H G ; Gonzalez , Rafael A. . / Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems. Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems. editor / Manuel Mora. IGI Global, 2012. pp. 403-426

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Sol, HG & Gonzalez , RA 2012, Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems. in M Mora (ed.), Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems., 21, IGI Global, pp. 403-426 . https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-0179-6.ch021

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Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems. / Sol, H G; Gonzalez , Rafael A. .

Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems. ed. / Manuel Mora. IGI Global, 2012. p. 403-426 21.

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Sol HG, Gonzalez RA. Validation and Design Science Research in Information Systems. In Mora M, editor, Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems Engineering and Information Systems. IGI Global. 2012. p. 403-426 . 21 https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-0179-6.ch021


BibTeX

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