Four Reference Models for Transparency Requirements in Information Systems

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Hosseini, Mahmood; Shahri, Alimohammad; Phalp, Keith; Ali, Raian;
(2018)

Transparency is a key emerging requirement in modern businesses and their information systems. Transparency refers to the information which flows amongst stakeholders for the purpose of informed decision-making and taking the right action. Transparency is generally asso... View more
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