Supporting experimental methods in Information System research

Abstract : Computer scientists in information system encounter difficulties in leading research when they must consider human aspects, especially while designing users centred experiments. In order to guide them in this difficult task, this paper presents the THEDRE research process and the MATUI decision tree. It focuses on MATUI which aims at helping in the selection of the most appropriate user centred experimental methods thanks to researchers oriented criteria. MATUI also considers a categorisation and a description of experimental methods. THEDRE and MATUI are supported by a website to practically guide researchers. They are the results of 10 years of work in information system experiments. 16 researchers have evaluated them during 2 focus groups.
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Nadine Mandran, Sophie Dupuy-Chessa. Supporting experimental methods in Information System research. 12th IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science RCIS’2018, May 2018, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-01903302⟩

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