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  • Deverell, Andrea; Agerfalk, Par J. (Asociacion de Tecnicos de Informatica, 2005)
    CALIBRE (Co-ordination Action for Libre Software)l, a EUR I.S million EU-funded project which aims to revolutionise how European industry leverages software and services, was officially launched on Friday 10 September 2004 ...
  • Noll, John; Seichter, Dominik; Beecham, Sarah (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    Content analysis is a useful approach for analyzing unstructured software project data, but it is labor-intensive and slow. Can automated text classification (using supervised machine learning) be used to reduce the ...
  • McElligott, Pat; Mjeda, Anila; Thiel, Steffen (SAE International, 2008)
    Legislative bodies are directing that automotive products comply with stringent safety levels. The liability for the safety of passengers in an automobile has traditionally been quite complex. Other transport sectors are ...
  • Blowers, Rosario; Richardson, Ita (2005)
    The Irish Software Industry is undergoing rapid change due to increased competition from low cost global software service providers. Prior to this, Ireland had emerged as one of the leading low cost software exporters ...
  • Omoronyia, Inah; Pasquale, Liliana; Salehie, Mazeiar; Cavallaro, Luca; Doherty, Gavin; Nuseibeh, Bashar (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012)
    In a dynamic environment where context changes frequently, users’ privacy requirements can also change. To satisfy such changing requirements, there is a need for continuous analysis to discover new threats and possible ...
  • Botterweck, Goetz; Hampe, Felix J. (2006)
    In this paper we describe MANTRA, a model-driven approach for the development of multiple consistent user interfaces for one application. The common requirements of all these user interfaces are captured in an abstract ...
  • Downey, Jack (Association for Computing Machinery, 2010)
    Students interested in information systems and information technology careers can see a clear career path – from programmer to chief information officer (CIO). However, those interested in computer science or software ...
  • Butler, Tom; Fitzgerald, Brian (Association for Computing Machinery, 1997)
    There are many in the information systems discipline who believe that user participation is necessary for successful systems development. However, it has been suggested that this belief is neither grounded in theory nor ...
  • Pleuss, Andreas; Hauptmann, Benedikt; Keunecke, Markus; Botterweck, Goetz (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012)
    Software Product Lines (SPL) enable e cient derivation of products. SPL concepts have been applied successfully in many domains including interactive applications. However, the user interface (UI) part of applications ...
  • Razzaque, Mohammed Abhur; Dobson, Simon; Nixon, Paddy (American Scientific Publishers, 2006)
    Pervasive computing environments are dynamic and heterogeneous. They are required to be self-managing and autonomic, demanding minimal user’s guidance. In pervasive computing, contextaware adaptation is a key concept ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal (EuroSPI 2013, 2013)
    Medical device software organisations face challenges not faced by generic software development organisations. These challenges include the adherence to regulatory controls. Regulatory bodies require medical device software ...
  • Stol, Klaas-Jan; Ali Babar, Muhammad (Association for Computing Machinery, 2010)
    Component-Based Software Development has become a popular approach to building software intensive systems. Besides using Commercial Off-The-Shelf components, an organization may choose to use Open Source Software ...
  • Meade, Anne; Buckley, Jim; Collins, J.J. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2011)
    Large legacy systems that have been in use for several decades need to evolve in order to take advantage of new technological advances. One such development is the emergence of multi-core processors and parallel platforms. ...
  • Clarke, Paul; Lepmets, Marion; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Finnegan, Anita; Dorling, Alec; Eagles, Sherman (Springer, 2014)
    This paper aims to describe the software development settings of medical device domain focusing on the demands of the safety critical software processes. Medical device software developers have to adhere to a number of ...
  • Chen, Lianping; Babar, Muhmmad Ali; Nuseibeh, Bashar (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    At the heart of any engineering discipline is the interplay between problem and solution development. In software engineering, the effectiveness of a software solution is determined with respect to a problem, yet the nature ...
  • Ali, Nour; Rosik, Jacek; Buckley, Jim (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012)
    Architecting software systems is an integral part of the software development lifecycle. However, often the implementation of the resultant software ends up diverging from the designed architecture due to factors such ...
  • Keeney, John; Cahill, Vinny (IEEE Computer Society, 2003)
    We argue that the software user, the developer, the designer and indeed the application logic itself all possess invaluable intelligence to gear how software should adapt itself to changing requirements and changing ...
  • Bergel, Alexandre; Lewerentz, Claus; O'Brien, Liam (2007)
    Software product lines refer to engineering techniques for creating a portfolio of similar software systems from a shared set of software assets in a controlled way. Managing variability is the key issue of software ...
  • Ahmad, Aakash; Jamshidi, Pooyan; Pahl, Claus (Wiley, 2014)
    Context: Architecture-centric software evolution (ACSE) enables changes in system’s structure and behaviour while maintaining a global view of the software to address evolution-centric trade-offs. The existing research and ...
  • Razzaque, Mohammed Abhur; Dobson, Simon; Nixon, Paddy (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Pervasive and autonomic environments make extensive use of contextual information to guide adaptations to changing external demands and circumstances. Context takes many forms, and some form of categorisation of information ...

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