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PRL
2011
8 years 11 months ago
A Bayes-true data generator for evaluation of supervised and unsupervised learning methods
Benchmarking pattern recognition, machine learning and data mining methods commonly relies on real-world data sets. However, there are some disadvantages in using real-world data....
Janick V. Frasch, Aleksander Lodwich, Faisal Shafa...
RE
2002
Springer
9 years 7 months ago
Relating Software Requirements and Architectures Using Problem Frames
Problem frames provide a means of analyzing and decomposing problems. They emphasise the world outside of the computer, helping the developer to focus on the problem domain, inste...
Jon G. Hall, Michael Jackson, Robin C. Laney, Bash...
ESE
2000
102views Database» more  ESE 2000»
9 years 8 months ago
Picking the Right Problem Frame-An Empirical Study
Problem frames are a relatively new approach to requirements engineering, promising benefits not only in elicitation but also in subsequent design, by allowing their users to selec...
Keith Phalp, Karl Cox
RE
2006
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Managing Terminological Interference in Goal Models with Repertory Grid
Terminological interference occurs in requirements engineering when stakeholders vary in the concepts they use to understand a problem domain, and the terms they use to describe t...
Nan Niu, Steve M. Easterbrook
IWFM
2000
107views Formal Methods» more  IWFM 2000»
9 years 9 months ago
A Comparison of Three Model Checkers Applied to a Distributed Database Problem
ct Increasingly, model checking is being applied to more abstract problem domains than the traditional protocol analysis. The extent to which such an approach is able to provide us...
A. J. Currie
ECIS
2001
9 years 9 months ago
Using Problem-Domain and Artefact-Domain Architectural Modelling to Understand System Evolution
The authors describe on going research to uncover the architectonic nature of artefacts and see how these may be related to high-level, but also grounded, model of the original pr...
Thomas R. Addis, Galal Hassan Galal
HT
1987
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
Exploring Representation Problems Using Hypertext
Hypertext is a technology well-suited to exploring different kinds of representational problems. It can be used first as an informal mechanism to describe the attributes of object...
Catherine C. Marshall
CAISE
2006
Springer
9 years 12 months ago
Modes of Correspondence between Information System and World
symbol systems and the world. In the case of problem frames the symbol systems are abstractions of the problems that an IS will solve rather than sentences, and the world is the pr...
Colin Potts
UML
2001
Springer
10 years 18 days ago
Using Alloy and UML/OCL to Specify Run-Time Configuration Management: A Case Study
: There are many different ways to specify the requirements of complex software systems, and the optimal methods often vary according to the problem domain. We apply and compare tw...
Geri Georg, Jores Bieman, Robert B. France
ICCBR
2003
Springer
10 years 1 months ago
An Empirical Analysis of Linear Adaptation Techniques for Case-Based Prediction
This paper is an empirical investigation into the effectiveness of linear scaling adaptation for case-based software project effort prediction. We compare two variants of a linea...
Colin Kirsopp, Emilia Mendes, Rahul Premraj, Marti...
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