Category: Conference Paper

Paper Accepted at the Design Science Conference

Paper (conditionally) accepted at the Design Sciences Conference on Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST) exploring approaches to identification, derivation, and development of design principles in design science research. With Leona Chandra (Liechtenstein) and Alexander Mädche (Karlsruhe). Purao, S., L. Chandra. A. Mädche. 2020. Design Principles: Where do… they all come from?. Design Sciences Conference on Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST).

Paper about Knowledge Use accepted at the European Conference on Information Systems

Paper (conditionally) accepted at the European Conference on Information Systems exploring tactics for use of action knowledge by frontline professionals in process industries. With Jingwen He, Arvind Karunakaran, and David Murungi.

J. He, D. Murungi, S. Purao, A. Karunakaran. 2020. The Use of Action Knowledge to Support Work: The Case of Petrochemical Operators. European Conference on Information Systems.

Paper about Process Modeling accepted at the European Conference on Information Systems

Paper accepted at the European Conference on Information Systems exploring the promise and problems of process modeling applied to humanitarian settings, with an exemplar from our research related to homelessness. With Monica Garfield.

Purao, S., M. Garfield. 2020. Process Modeling in Humanitarian Settings: A Case Study and Lessons Learned. European Conference on Information Systems.

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Paper about How Individuals Negotiate Confirmation Bias to Deal with Fake News, Accepted at the 52nd HICSS Conference

Paper accepted at the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) describing how individuals negotiate the boundaries of confirmation bias based on a reading and analysis of news articles and comments across left-leaning and right-leaning sources. With David Murungi, David Yates and Graduate Students Y. Yu and R. Zhan.

Murungi, D., Yates, D., Purao, S. and Yates, D., Y. Yu, and R. Zhan. 2019. Factual or Believable? Negotiating the Boundaries of Confirmation Bias. Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

Paper accepted at MoBiD Workshop

Paper accepted at the Seventh International Workshop on Modeling and Management of Big Data (MoBiD) describing how conflicts (incompatible arguments from different parties) may be surfaced in data obtained from online collaboration cotexts. With Guang Zhang (doctoral work), Yilu Zhou and Heng Xu.

Zhang, G., Y. Zhou, S. Purao, and H. Xu. 2018. Extracting Conflict Models from Interaction Traces in Virtual Collaborative Work. Proceedings of MoBiDSeventh International Workshop on Modeling and Management of Big Data. (Part of International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, ER Conference) Xian, China. October 2018.