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  • Ali, Nour; Tuosto, Emilio (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    Ambient-PRISMA is an architectural approach for specifying aspect-oriented software architecture and generating code of distributed and mobile systems. Ambient-PRISMA lacks a precise semantics due to the fact that it ...
  • Stoermer, Cristoph; O'Brien, Liam; Verhoef, Chris (IEEE Computer Society, 2004)
    Architectural views help to better understand and analyze software from particular stakeholder perspectives. Views are abstractions that are generated in an architecture reconstruction effort with collapsing strategies. ...
  • Horan Murphy, Conor (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2013)
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  • Chen, Lianping (2008)
  • Ali Babar, Muhammad; Gorton, Ian (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Capturing the technical knowledge, contextual information, and rationale surrounding the design decisions underpinning system architectures can greatly improve the software development process. If not managed, this critical ...
  • Cahill, Jeremiah (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2011)
    The spatial perspective of human society has become widely recognized as an influential force in shaping human behaviour and societal development. The design of our everyday spaces, which we interact directly and indirectly, ...
  • Coughlan, David (Edinburgh University Press, 2012)
    The question of where ghosts live can hardly be addressed without speaking of a haunted house. This essay reads Don DeLillo s novel The Body Artist, in which there is a ghost called Mr. Tuttle who haunts the house of Lauren ...
  • Keegan, Niall (University of Limerick, 2012)
    This thesis examines 'transformations' of Irish traditional music represented in speech, notation and writing in historical and contemporary contexts. Instances of these three modes of transformation are examined, and ...
  • Kuhrmann, Marco; Beecham, Sarah (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    When it comes to software process improvement (SPI), process engineers look for SPI methods to support process analysis, design, realization, deployment, and management. Although a number of di erent SPI methods and ...
  • Downey, Jack; Power, Norah (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007)
    While the specific knowledge, skills and abilities needed to develop software can be determined, it is much more difficult to decide what skill set is required for any given software development role. This paper suggests ...
  • Ryan, Conor; Larkin, Fiacc (University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems, 2010)
    This thesis is concerned with leveraging the power of evolutionary computation to find structure or models within complex datasets. We opt for a data-centric approach to this issue, paying particular (but not exclusive) ...
  • Lynch, Deirdre; Henihan, Anne Marie; Kwapinski, Witold; Zhang, Lian; Leahy, J.J. (American Chemical Society, 2013)
    n this study, we have characterized the ash resulting from fluidized bed combustion of poultry litter as being dominated by a coarse fraction of crystalline ash composed of alkali-Ca-phosphates and a fine fraction of ...
  • Carton, Andrew; Clarke, Siobhán; Senart, Aline; Cahill, Vinny (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    The development of applications for pervasive computing presents a number of challenges to the software engineer. In particular, application adaptation based on context such as environmental factors, device limitations ...
  • Linehan, Eamonn; Clarke, Siobhán (Elsevier, 2011)
    The cost of correcting errors in the design of an embedded system's hardware components can be higher than for its software components, making it important to test as early as possible. Testing hardware components before ...
  • Bergel, Alexandre; Hirschfield, Robert; Clarke, Siobhán; Costanza, Pascal (Springer-Verlang, 2006)
    Aspect composition is still a hot research topic where there is no consensus on how to express where and when aspects have to be composed into a base system. In this paper we present a modular construct for aspects, called ...
  • Lee, Kwanwoo; Botterweck, Goetz; Thiel, Steffen (IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
    Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) provides effective mechanisms for improving the modularity of feature implementations. However, as features in general are not independent of each other, changes in the implementation of ...
  • Janota, Mikolas (2007)
    Many automated techniques for invariant generation are based on the idea that the invariant should show that something “bad” will not happen in the analyzed program. In this article we present an algorithm for loop invariant ...
  • McDonald, Sheila (University of Limerick, 2014)
    An industry shortage of high skilled computer users create further options for adult learners by equipping them with an employable skill set and this research assesses the potential widening of progression routes for adult ...
  • MacMahon, Silvana Togneri; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Eagles, Sherman; Keenan, Frank; Lepmets, Marion; Renault, Alain (2013)
    Medical devices are designed and produced subject to various standards. These standards are recognized by the regulatory authorities within the region in which they are going to be marketed. Traditionally medical devices ...
  • Noonan, Maria; Barry, Maebh; Bradshaw, Carmel (Elsevier, 2009)
    Recent changes to midwifery education in Ireland have included the establishment of a four year BSc Midwifery (BScM) programme in September 2006 and a shortened 18 month post registration Higher Diploma in Midwifery (HDM) ...

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