Design science in Information Systems (IS) research creates artifacts to solve real-life problems. Research on IS artifact evaluation remains at an early stage, and evaluation criteria are often presented in a fragmented manner. Based on analysis of published research, this paper proposes a hierarchy of evaluation criteria organized according to the dimensions of a system, a model providing a high-level abstraction of evaluation methods, and a set of generic evaluation methods which are instantiations of this model.
PRAT, N., COMYN-WATTIAU, I. et AKOKA, J. (2014). Artifact evaluation in information systems design-science research – a holistic view. Dans: 18th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2014). Chengdu: Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE), pp. 1-17.