Search for dissertations about: "evaluation"

Showing result 11 - 15 of 5576 swedish dissertations containing the word evaluation.

  1. 11. Authority-based argumentative strategies : Three models for their evaluation

    Author : Taeda Jovičić [Tomic]; Krister Segerberg; Frederick Stoutland; Douglas Walton; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Philosophy; argumentative strategies; reasoning and social aspects of argumentative activities; argumentative groups; audience groups; acceptability; effectiveness; challenge; evaluation; authority; dialectic; rhetoric; pragma-dialectics; logic of dialogue; profiles of dialogue; Filosofi; Philosophy subjects; Filosofiämnen; Theoretical Philosophy; Teoretisk filosofi;

    Abstract : This dissertation is on argumentative strategies based on authority. In its first half, three of the most elaborate and influential approaches in argumentation theory, related to the models developed in this work, are analyzed: Douglas Walton's dialectical frame for analysis of arguments from expert opinion; Frans van Eemeren and Peter Houtlosser's pragma-dialectical approach to strategic maneuvering in argumentation; the concept of strategy used in Else Barth and Erik Krabbe's formal dialectics. READ MORE

  2. 12. On Enterprise Systems Artifacts: Changes in Information Systems Development and Evaluation

    Author : Jonas Hedman; Institutet för Ekonomisk forskning; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; information systems development; evaluation; artifact evaluation; artifacts; systemteori; Informatik; Informatics; systems theory; Enterprise Systems; ERP Systems;

    Abstract : Enterprise Systems are one of the most important developments in corporate information systems during the last decade. These integrated information systems are characterized by a number of features which include a very broad scope and functionality, as well as being generic, master data, and business-process orientated. READ MORE

  3. 13. Planning of a holistic summative eHealth evaluation: The interplay between standards and reality

    Author : Monika Jurkeviciute; Chalmers University of Technology; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Evaluation planning; Evaluation; Holistic; eHealth; Interorganizational collaboration; Standard; Translation; Summative;

    Abstract : Summative evaluation assesses outcomes, produces evidence, and advances knowledge of eHealth implementations in health care provisions. Therefore, its quality is essential to reap benefits from the results generated by evaluation studies. READ MORE

  4. 14. Evaluation of Sustainable Urban District Developments : The case of Stockholm Royal Seaport

    Author : Louise Holmstedt; Maria Malmström; Nils Brandt; Karl-Henrik Robèrt; Jordi Segalàs; KTH; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Evaluation; Follow-up; Sustainable urban development; Sustainable districts; Industriell ekologi; Industrial Ecology;

    Abstract : Urban sustainable development is now seen as one of the keys in the quest for a sustainable world and increased interest in developing sustainable urban districts has become an important feature of urban sustainability. However, if cities and their districts are to be part of this transition, it will be necessary to determine the state and progress of urban developments. READ MORE

  5. 15. Disaster medicine- performance indicators, information support and documentation : A study of an evaluation tool

    Author : Anders Rüter; Thore Wikström; Maaret Castrén; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; disaster medicine; performance indicators; evaluation; information system; documentation; staff skills; command and control; management; Diasaster medicine; Katastrofmedicin;

    Abstract : The science of disaster medicine is more a descriptive than analytical type. Research, in most instances, has not employed quantitative methods and there is very sparse knowledge based on analytical statistics. One consequence of this is that similar mistakes are repeated over and over. Lessons that should be learned are merely observed. READ MORE