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SIGSOFT
2008
ACM
9 years 8 months ago
Definition and modeling of process using object orientation
Software development processes can be represented as objects because they and the elements that compose them have attributes and operations, can be linked by relationships and hav...
Beatriz Terezinha Borsoi, Jorge Luis Risco Becerra
IEEECIT
2010
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Smartphone Software Development Course Design Based on Android
—Mobile computing is popular when wireless network has been deployed almost everywhere. Smartphones have been the important tools in our society for the abundant functions includ...
Wei Hu, Tianzhou Chen, Qingsong Shi, Xueqing Lou
RE
2008
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Generating Natural Language specifications from UML class diagrams
Early phases of software development are known to be problematic, difficult to manage and errors occurring during these phases are expensive to correct. Many systems have been deve...
Farid Meziane, Nikos Athanasakis, Sophia Ananiadou
RE
2008
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Rule-Based Maintenance of Post-Requirements Traceability Relations
An accurate set of traceability relations between software development artifacts is desirable to support evolutionary development. However, even where an initial set of traceabili...
Patrick Mäder, Orlena Gotel, Ilka Philippow
TSE
1998
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Inconsistency Management for Multiple-View Software Development Environments
Developers need tool support to help manage the wide range of inconsistencies that occur during software development. Such tools need to provide developers with ways to define, de...
John C. Grundy, John G. Hosking, Warwick B. Mugrid...
JSS
2002
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COTS-based software development: Processes and open issues
The work described in this paper is an investigation of COTS-based software development within a particular NASA environment, with an emphasis on the processes used. Fifteen proje...
Maurizio Morisio, Carolyn B. Seaman, Victor R. Bas...
JSS
2000
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Quantitative analysis of static models of processes
The upstream activities of software development projects are often viewed as both the most important, the least understood, and hence the most problematic. This is particularly no...
Keith Phalp, Martin J. Shepperd
JGS
2000
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The GIS/SA interface for substantive research(ers): A critical need
This paper is concerned with the intersection of GIS and spatial analysis, its accessibility for scientists who may be less methodologically oriented than others, and its use in su...
Lawrence A. Brown
ESWA
2002
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Supporting software development through declaratively codified programming patterns
In current-day software development, programmers often use programming patterns to clarify their intents and to increase the understandability of their programs. Unfortunately, mo...
Kim Mens, Isabel Michiels, Roel Wuyts
COMSIS
2004
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The End of Software Engineering and the Start of Economic-Cooperative Gaming
"Software engineering" was introduced as a model for the field of software development in 1968. This paper reconsiders that model in the light of four decades of experie...
Alistair Cockburn
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