about Linda Macaulay

Linda A Macaulay
Professor of System Design / Manchester Business School
The University of Manchester, Booth Street East, M15 6PB

Publication Types
Inivted Book Chapters
As Editor
Fully Refereed Conference Papers
Research Topics
Service Science
Facilitated Collaboration and Virtual Teams
Human Computer Interaction
Requirement Engineering
E-commerce and E-business
Service Science
Note: + more information
+Case studies in service innovation LA Macaulay, I Miles, J Wilby, YL Tan, L Zhao… - 2012 Springer, 2012
-End user service composition: Perceptions and requirements Authors Nikolay Mehandjiev, Abdallah Namoune, Usman Wajid, Linda Macaulay, Alistair Sutcliffe, 2010/12/1 Web Services (ECOWS), 2010 IEEE 8th European Conference on Pages:139-146, Publisher: IEEE
The idea that end users who are not programmers will one day compose software services has motivated our study of user perceptions, intuitions and requirements. This study comprised five focus groups which took place within SOA4All - an EC-funded research project aiming to bring service technology to everyone. The paper focuses on one aspect of the study - the perceptions and intuitions our users have about services in general and software services in particular, and about how to bring services together. It presents and analyses the results related to this aspect, including the results from three notational tasks. It then uses these results to derive a set of requirements about effective notations for service composition.
Theodoulidis, Babis, Strickland, Stefanos, Diaz, David and Macaulay, Linda, Call Centres of the Future: Issues and Perspectives (May 16, 2010). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1609122 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1609122
+Macaulay, L., Moxham, C., Jones, B., and I. Miles, (2010) Innovation and Skills : Future Service Science Education, in Handbook of Service Science, Maglio, Paul P.; Kieliszewski, Cheryl A.; Spohrer, James C. (Eds.) 1st Edition., 2010, IV, 750 p., Hardcover, Series: Service Science: Research and Innovations in the Service Economy, 717-737pp. ISBN: 978-1-4419-1627-3
Ali, H., Macaulay, L. and Azadegan, A. (2010). e-Participation Processes: A web-based pattern language. Proceedings of the 11th Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN) Conference. June 21-23, Delft, Netherlands
Ali, H., Macaulay, L. and Zhao, L. (2009). A collaboration pattern language for e-Participation: A strategy for reuse. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on e-Government. London, UK. 29th-30th June 2009. London: Academic Publishing International, 29-38.
Zhao L, Macaulay LA, Adams J, Verschueren P. A pattern language for designing e-business architecture. Journal of Systems and Software. 2008; 81(8): 1272-1287.
L. Zhao and L. Macaulay. (2008) Services Science at Manchester: Bringing People, Business and Technology Together. In Service Science, Management and Engineering Education for the 21st Century, Bill Hefley and Wendy Murphy (Eds). 2008:, 199-207pp., ISBN 978-0-387-76577-8
Keeling, K., McGoldrick, P., Fowler, D., and Macaulay, L. (2001) Service with a Smile? Modelling Customer Acceptance of Instore Electronic Kiosks. 8th Retailing and Services Science Conference, June, Toronto (doesn't have page numbers)
Bennett K., Layzell P., Budgen D., Brereton O.P., Macaulay, L., and Munro M., Service-Based Software: The future for flexible software, IEEE APSEC 2000, Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference, 5-8 Dec 2000, IEEE Computer Society, ISBN 0-7695-0915-0, 2000, pp214-221
Brereton, O.P., Budgen.D., Bennett, K., Munro, M., Layzell, P., Macaulay, L., Griffiths, G., Stannett, 1999, The Future of Software: Defining the Research Agenda, Communications of the ACM, Dec 1999. Vol 42, No. 12, pp78-84

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