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A

abstraction 352

aggregate mapping approach 144

aggregating 145

aggregation 352

analysis and design 236

applicative cycle 178

argument 350

argument cognitive maps 349

association 350

AutoMap 88

B

basic probability assignment function 113

behavioral simulation 295

belief function approach 109

belief functions 110

benchmarking 31

C

categorical 350

categories 198

causal assertions 20

causal inference 5

causal map(s) 2, 22, 47, 109, 206, 343

causal map elicitation 208

causal mapping 143, 206

causal mapping (CM) 1, 20,

47, 110, 233, 285, 314

causal statements 27, 196

cause-effect relationships 4

class structures 354

cluster analysis 205

coding 6

coding guidelines 267

coding scheme 30, 196

cognitive diversity 204, 205

cognitive factions 205

cognitive map 6, 21

cognitive mapping 47

cognitive maps 2, 48, 144, 350

collective belief systems 50

collective cause maps 205

collective maps 143

comparison of causal maps 56

comprehensiveness 176

concept classification 87

concept identification 87

concept/cognitive mapping 285

concepts 198

conceptual underpinnings 178

congregate mapping 144

constructs 176, 198

content 3, 22, 189

corporate strategy 285

covert networks 89

critical success factors 285

critical value activities 285

D

data flow diagrams 234

decision analysis 127

decision theory 5

Dempster-Shafer 110

Dempster-Shafer (D-S) theory 109

Dempster’s rule of combination 111, 114

dependence 285

descriptive modeling 111

diagram 35

discovery 195

discovery contexts 14

diversity 177

E

empirical approaches 374

encapsulation 352

entity identification 87

evaluative assertion analysis 5

evidential diagram 110

evidential nework 116

evidential reasoning 110

evocative contexts 15

expert-anchored 13

F

four-stage process 180

fuzzy causal map 372

fuzzy logic 371

G

graph and analyze data 87

graph theory 5, 351

group mapping 265

group support systems 208

H

hierarchy 352

human behavior 2

hypothesis testing 9

I

ideographic 54

in information systems 143

industrial dynamics 3

influence diagrams 8, 371

information asymmetry 292

information silos 292

information symmetry 285

information systems (IS) 46, 263, 264

information technology (IT) 1, 46, 109

inheritance 362

interactively elicited causal maps 22, 196

interrelated information 144

intervention contexts 16

interview execution 240

interview transcripts 196

interviews 179

IS developers 275

IS research 12

J

job satisfaction 110

K

knowledge 84

knowledge elicitation 48

knowledge engineering 313

knowledge management 313

knowledge management practices 312

L

level of agreement 197

level of granularity 198

life cycle 314

links-to-nodes ratio 145

M

map analysis 84

map density 145

map structure 55

matrix 35

mental models 88

meta-matrix model 81

meta-matrix text analysis 88

methods 355

modularization 352

N

neural networks 371

nomothetic 54

O

object structures 355

object-oriented (OO) software 174

object-oriented modeling 352

objectivist 13

ontological status 48

OO software development 175

open-ended questions 196

organizational context 234

organizational memory 318, 357

P

perform map analysis 87

probability theory 112

probes 196

project outcomes 235

propagation of beliefs 118

psycho-logic 5

psychometric proprieties 60

Q

qualitative 4, 40

R

RCMs 175

reachability 183

reliability 30, 60

research contexts 22

revealed causal map 22

revealed causal mapping (RCM) 110, 111,

180, 195

revealed causal maps 50, 110, 175

S

semantic networks 83

sensitivity analysis 127

shared meaning 51

simulation 369

social causal mapping 345

social constructionist 13

social network analysis (SNA) 85

soft systems methodology (SSM) 264

software development 313

stakeholders 263

standard vocabularies 9

strategic business units (SBU) 291

strategic planning 204

strategy development 266

structure 21, 177

structure of arguments 3

structured interviews 238

structured systems analysis and design

method (SSA 264

survey 186

system dynamics 371

systems development projects 238

T

text based causal maps 22

theoretical cycle 178

theoretical frameworks 176

theory-driven 31

top management team 204

Toulmin framework 3

traversal 351

U

unified modeling language (UML) 233, 234

users 275

V

validity 60

W

workshop 270

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