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A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models

Geert Poels (UGent) , Ann Maes (UGent) , Frederik Gailly (UGent) and Roland Paemeleire
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Poels, Geert, Ann Maes, Frederik Gailly, et al. “A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models.” Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems. 2004. Print.
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Poels, G., Maes, A., Gailly, F., & Paemeleire, R. (2004). A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems.
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Poels, Geert, Ann Maes, Frederik Gailly, and Roland Paemeleire. 2004. “A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models.” In Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems.
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Poels, Geert, Ann Maes, Frederik Gailly, and Roland Paemeleire. 2004. “A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models.” In Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems.
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Poels G, Maes A, Gailly F, Paemeleire R. A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems. 2004.
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G. Poels, A. Maes, F. Gailly, and R. Paemeleire, “A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models,” in Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems, 2004.
@inproceedings{297870,
  author       = {Poels, Geert and Maes, Ann and Gailly, Frederik and Paemeleire, Roland},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 5th Annual Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems},
  pages        = {xx-xx},
  title        = {A Measure for the Perceived Semantic Expressiveness of Accounting Information Models},
  year         = {2004},
}