Abstract - The Information Society 3 (1)

Problem Dimensions and Information Traits

Susan E MacMullin and Robert S Taylor

Information systems design can progress toward meeting the needs of the population of decision-makers, managers, policy-makers, and interdisciplinary workers by attention to specifications obtained from the user's situation. The user situation is represented by problems and their component dimensions, of which subject is only one dimension. The other problem dimensions, which relate to information traits, are discussed for the purpose of proposing a new orientation for the design of information systems.

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