Ali Arifoğlu

Graduate School of Informatics
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Adoption of e-government services in Turkey
Kurfali, Murathan; Arifoğlu, Ali; TOKDEMİR, GÜL; Pacin, Yudum (2017-01-01)
This research aims to investigate underlying factors that play role in citizens' decision to use e-government services in Turkey. UTAUT model which was enriched by introducing Trust of internet and Trust of government fact...
Guidelines for Successful Public Internet Access Points (PIAPs) Implementation
Arifoğlu, Ali; Afacan, Gulgun; Er, Erkan (2013-01-01)
This chapter is prepared to explain important aspects and factors to be considered in PIAPs-related projects, especially implemented in country-level. It is likely a guideline offering step-by-step and systematic approach ...
Public Internet access points (PIAPs) and their social impact: a case study from Turkey
AFACAN, GÜLGÜN; Er, Erkan; Arifoğlu, Ali (2013-01-01)
Building public Internet access points (PIAPs) is a significant contribution of governments towards achieving an information society. While many developing countries are investing great amounts to establish PIAPs today, pe...
Proposing a Federated Approach to Global Software Development
Tufekci, Ozgur; Cetin, Semih; Arifoğlu, Ali (2010-02-16)
Managing software development across boundaries is quite challenging. The boundaries may be around teams, organizations, cities, and even countries. From small scale to enterprise scale, distributed software development re...
An experimental study for simulation based assessment of information system design performance
Ayyildiz, Bulent; Akman, Ibrahim; Arifoğlu, Ali (2007-07-04)
This paper presents an experimental study for evaluating the decision support value of queueing network (QN) based simulation models for information system design performance. For illustration, queueing network simulation ...
E-government: A global view and an empirical evaluation of some attributes of citizens
Akman, I; Yazıcı, A; Mishra, A; Arifoğlu, Ali (Elsevier BV, 2005-01-01)
This paper reviews and discusses e-government (e-gov) issues in general, its global perspective, and then reports the findings of a survey concerning impact of gender and education amongst the e-gov users in Turkey. Althou...
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