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Application of a Productivity Model for Computer Systems, Decision Sciences

Abstract

The performance evaluation of computer systems as they impact on final user requirements for services is a complex task. A management-oriented approach to the issue based on conventional economic theory was described in a previous report as an outgrowth of a joint university-industry research project. In this sequel we report our experience in estimating, testing, and applying this conceptual model.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Charles H. Kriebel, Artur Raviv

Date Published

1982

Citations

Kriebel, H. Charles, and Artur Raviv. 1982. Application of a Productivity Model for Computer Systems. Decision Sciences. 13(2): 266-286.

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