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Conceptual Model of Artifacts for Design Science Research

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Conceptual Model of Artifacts for Design Science Research. / Bækgaard, Lars.

AMCIS 2015 proceedings. 2015.

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Bækgaard, L 2015, Conceptual Model of Artifacts for Design Science Research. i AMCIS 2015 proceedings. AMCIS 2015 - Americas Conference on Information Systems, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, 12/08/2015. <http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2015/DSR/GeneralPresentations/6/>

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title = "Conceptual Model of Artifacts for Design Science Research",
abstract = "We present a conceptual model of design science research artifacts. The model views an artifact at three levels. At the artifact level a selected artifact is viewed as a combination of material and immaterial aspects and a set of representations hereof. At the design level the selected artifact is viewed through its design in terms of descriptions, models, prototypes etc. At the knowledge level the selected artifact is viewed through ontologies, categories and various types of relevant knowledge. The model is based on description",
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year = "2015",
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booktitle = "AMCIS 2015 proceedings",
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