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Qualitative und quantitative Analyse von SOA-Studien: Eine Metastudie zu serviceorientierten Architekturen

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  • Adelsberger, Heimo
  • Drechsler, Andreas
  • Herzig, Eric
  • Michaelis, Alexander
  • Schulz, Philipp
  • Schütz, Stefan
  • Ulrich, Udo

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In diesem Forschungsbericht werden die Ergebnisse einer Metastudie über empirische Erhebungen zu serviceorientierten Architekturen dargestellt. Im ersten Teil der Analyse werden die betrachteten Studien anhand von qualitativen Eigenschaften miteinander verglichen, wodurch die Auswahl geeigneter Studien in der Forschung oder für IT-Entscheider erleichtert wird. Die konkreten Ergebnisse der Studien werden im zweiten Teil, der quantitativen Analyse der Studien, aufgezeigt, indem vergleichbare Fragestellungen aus den Studien anhand von statistischen Maßen einander gegenübergestellt werden.

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  • Adelsberger, Heimo & Drechsler, Andreas & Herzig, Eric & Michaelis, Alexander & Schulz, Philipp & Schütz, Stefan & Ulrich, Udo, 2012. "Qualitative und quantitative Analyse von SOA-Studien: Eine Metastudie zu serviceorientierten Architekturen," ICB Research Reports 50, University Duisburg-Essen, Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:udeicb:50
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