John Krogstie

John KrogstieJohn Krogstie holds a PhD (1995) and a MSc (1991) in information systems from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), where he is currently a full professor in information systems, leading the lighthouse on Open, Autonomous Digital Ecosystems. John Krogstie is the Norwegian representative for IFIP TC8 and chair of IFIP WG 8.1 on information system design and evaluation. His research interests are information systems modelling, quality of models and modelling languages, eGovernment and mobile information systems. He has published around 250 refereed papers in journals, books and archival proceedings since 1991.

Publications

Understanding and Assessing Quality of Models and Modeling Languages
John Krogstie. © 2019. 14 pages.
An important challenge for organizational activity is to effectively represent and transfer knowledge. One reason why humans have excelled as a species is our ability to create...
Understanding and Assessing Quality of Models and Modeling Languages
John Krogstie. © 2018. 12 pages.
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An Empirical Study of the Adoption of an Indoor Location-Based Service: Finding Reading Rooms
Shang Gao, John Krogstie, Trond Thingstad, Hoang Tran. © 2017. 19 pages.
This research examined the adoption of indoor location-based services in Norway. By expanding the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), a research model, known as the mobile...
The Effect of Flow Experience and Social Norms on the Adoption of Mobile Games in China
Shang Gao, John Krogstie, Zhe Zang. © 2016. 20 pages.
This research examines the potential factors which influence users' intention to play mobile games. Through the employment of structural equation modeling technology, a...
Lifestyles and Mobile Services Adoption in China
Shang Gao, John Krogstie, Zhihao Chen, Wenyan Zhou. © 2016. 20 pages.
Along with the popularity of mobile devices and advances in wireless technology, mobile services have become more and more prevalent. To the best of knowledge, despite the...
Systems Development Process Improvement Using Principles from Organization Development
John Krogstie. © 2015. 21 pages.
A large part of the time used on information systems is used on application maintenance. Whereas parts of this work are non-productive, other activities are small value-creating...
An Evaluation of Ontology Based Domain Analysis for Model Driven Development
Hong Guo, Shang Gao, John Krogstie, Hallvard Trætteberg, Alf Inge Wang. © 2015. 23 pages.
Although Domain Analysis (DA) is important for Model Driven Development (MDD), traditional DA methods are demanding and not practical in many situations. When computer games are...
Lifestyles and Mobile Services Adoption in China
Shang Gao, John Krogstie, Zhihao Chen, Wenyan Zhou. © 2014. 18 pages.
Along with the popularity of mobile devices and advances in wireless technology, mobile services have become more and more prevalent. To the best of knowledge, despite the...
Frameworks for Developing Efficient Information Systems: Models, Theory, and Practice
John Krogstie. © 2013. 326 pages.
As advances in technology continue to generate the collective knowledge of an organization and its operations, strategic models for information systems are developed in order to...
Ontology Alignment Quality: A Framework and Tool for Validation
Jennifer Sampson, John Krogstie, Csaba Veres. © 2013. 24 pages.
Recently semantic web technologies, such as ontologies, have been proposed as key enablers for integrating heterogeneous data schemas in business and governmental systems....
Capturing Process Knowledge for Multi-Channel Information Systems: A Case Study
Shang Gao, John Krogstie. © 2012. 21 pages.
In this paper, a case study is used to evaluate the business process characterizing modeling (BPCM) language. The BPCM-framework is meant to guide both business stakeholders and...
Capturing Location in Process Models: Comparing Small Adaptations of Mainstream Notation
Sundar Gopalakrishnan, John Krogstie, Guttorm Sindre. © 2012. 22 pages.
For mobile and multi-channel information systems it is often relevant to model where something is supposed to take place. Traditional business process modeling notations seldom...
Achieving System and Business Interoperability by Semantic Web Services
John Krogstie, Csaba Veres, Guttorm Sindre. © 2011. 21 pages.
Much of the early focus in the area of Semantic Web has been on the development of representation languages for static conceptual information; while there has been less emphasis...
Ontology Alignment Quality: A Framework and Tool for Validation
Jennifer Sampson, John Krogstie, Csaba Veres. © 2011. 23 pages.
Recently semantic web technologies, such as ontologies, have been proposed as key enablers for integrating heterogeneous data schemas in business and governmental systems....
International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design (IJISMD)
Remigijus Gustas. Est. 2010.
The International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design (IJISMD) publishes original research and practical results on the advances in system analysis and design. The...
Semantic Annotation of Process Models for Facilitating Process Knowledge Management
Yun Lin, John Krogstie. © 2010. 23 pages.
Enterprise/business process models that represent knowledge of business processes are generally designed for particular applications in a range of different enterprises. It is a...
Innovations in Information Systems Modeling: Methods and Best Practices
Terry Halpin, John Krogstie, Erik Proper. © 2009. 374 pages.
Modeling is used across a number of tasks in connection to information systems, but it is rare to see and easily compare all the uses of diagrammatical models as knowledge...
Evaluating UML Using a Generic Quality Framework
John Krogstie. © 2009. 6 pages.
According to Booch, Rumbaugh, and Jacobson (2005), developing a model for an industrial strength software system before its construction is increasingly regarded as a necessary...
Usable M-Commerce Systems
John Krogstie. © 2009. 5 pages.
Today, the PC is only one of many ways to access information resources. Traditional computing technology has become more mobile and ubiquitous and more and more computing tasks...
Achieving System and Business Interoperability by Semantic Web Services
John Krogstie, Csaba Veres, Guttorm Sindre. © 2009. 23 pages.
Much of the early focus in the area of Semantic Web has been on the development of representation languages for static conceptual information; while there has been less emphasis...
Methodologies for Active Knowledge Modeling
John Krogstie, Frank Lillehagen. © 2009. 16 pages.
Innovative design is the most important competitive factor for global engineering and manufacturing. Critical challenges include cutting lead times for new products, increasing...
Integrating Semantic Web Technology, Web Services, and Workflow Modeling: Achieving System and Business Interoperability
John Krogstie, Csaba Veres, Guttorm Sindre. © 2008. 20 pages.
Much of the early focus in the area of Semantic Web has been on the development of representation languages for static conceptual information, while there has been less emphasis...
User Involvement in E-Government Development Projects
Asbjørn Folstad, John Krogstie, Lars Risan, Ingunn Moser. © 2008. 17 pages.
User involvement in E-Government projects is presented and discussed. Different methods and practices are analyzed in relation to a differentiation between traditional government...
Interactive Models for Virtual Enterprises
Håvard D. Jorgensen, John Krogstie. © 2008. 16 pages.
This chapter presents a novel approach to the development, integration, and operation of virtual enterprises (VEs). The approach is based on the idea of interactive models. An...
Integrated Goal, Data and Process Modeling: From TEMPORA to Model-Generated Work-Places
John Krogstie. © 2008. 23 pages.
In organizations, goals and rules on different levels ranging from visions, to strategies, tactics, and operational goals have been expressed for a long time. In the IS-field...
Integrating Semantic Web Technology, Web Services, and Workflow Modeling: Achieving System and Business Interoperability
John Krogstie, Csaba Veres, Guttorm Sindre. © 2007. 20 pages.
Much of the early focus in the area of Semantic Web has been on the development of representation languages for static conceptual information, while there has been less emphasis...
User Involvement in E-Government Development Projects
Asbjørn Folstad, John Krogstie, Lars Risan, Ingunn Moser. © 2007. 20 pages.
User involvement in E-Government projects is presented and discussed. Different methods and practices are analyzed in relation to a differentiation between traditional government...
Assessing Business Process Modeling Languages Using a Generic Quality Framework
Anna Gunhild Nysetvold, John Krogstie. © 2006. 15 pages.
We describe in this chapter an insurance company that has recently wanted to standardize on business process modeling language. To perform the evaluation, a generic framework for...
Information Modeling Methods and Methodologies: Advanced Topics in Database Research
John Krogstie, Terry Halpin, Keng Siau. © 2005. 374 pages.
The purpose of this book is to disseminate the research results and best practice from researchers and practitioners interested in and working on modeling methods and...
Using a Model Quality Framework for Requirements Specification of an Enterprise Modeling Language
John Krogstie, Vibeke Dalberg, Siri Moe Jenson. © 2005. 17 pages.
As more and more modern modeling tools provide the possibility of developing specialized and new modeling languages (also called meta modeling or method engineering), the need...
Quality of UML
John Krogstie. © 2005. 5 pages.
According to Booch, Rumbaugh, and Jacobson (1999), developing a model for an industrial strength software system before its construction is regarded increasingly as a necessary...
Usable M-Commerce Systems
John Krogstie. © 2005. 5 pages.
Today, the PC is only one of many ways to access information resources. On one hand, traditional computing technology is becoming more mobile and ubiquitous and, on the other...
Assessing Enterprise Modeling Languages Using a Generic Quality Framework
John Krogstie, Sofie de Flon Arnesen. © 2005. 17 pages.
Statoil, one of Norway’s largest organizations, recently wanted to standardize an enterprise modeling language for process modeling for sense-making and communication. To perform...
Participatory Development of Enterprise Process Models
Reidar Gjersvik, John Krogstie, Asbjørn Folstad. © 2005. 21 pages.
In this chapter we present practical experience from using a technique we call Modeling Conferences, a method for participatory construction and development of enterprise process...
Interactive Models for Virtual Enterprises
Håvard D. Jorgensen, John Krogstie. © 2005. 18 pages.
This chapter presents a novel approach to the development, integration, and operation of virtual enterprises (VEs). The approach is based on the idea of interactive models. An...
Usable M-Commerce Systems: The Need of Model-Based Approaches
John Krogstie, Petter Bae Brandtzaeg, Jan Heim, Andreas L. Opdahl. © 2003. 15 pages.
Mobile solutions are becoming more and more common in e-commerce and are giving rise to a new breed of m-commerce systems, which are characterized, among other things, by strong...
Evaluating UML Using a Generic Quality Framework
John Krogstie. © 2003. 22 pages.
Many researchers have evaluated different parts of UML™ and have come up with suggestions for improvements to different parts of the language. This chapter looks at UML (version...
Using a Semiotic Framework to Evaluate UML for the Development of Models of High Quality
John Krogstie. © 2001. 18 pages.
Many researchers have evaluated different parts of UML and have come up with suggestions for improvements to different parts of the language. This chapter looks at UML (version...
Journal of Database Management (JDM)
Keng Siau. Est. 1990.
The Journal of Database Management (JDM) publishes original research on all aspects of database management, systems analysis and design, and software engineering. The primary...