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  • Smithies, Tim D.; Campbell, Mark J.; Ramsbottom, Niall; Toth, Adam J. (Nature, 2021)
    Notational analysis is a popular tool for understanding what constitutes optimal performance in traditional sports. However, this approach has been seldom used in esports. The popular esport “Rocket League” is an ideal ...
  • Song, Hui; Gallagher, Michael; Clarke, Siobhán (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012)
    Graphical User Interface (GUI) is a common feature for modern software systems, while there are still many legacy systems that do not have GUIs, but only provide text and commands for user interaction. In this paper, ...
  • Caulfield, Irene; Power, Norah (2008)
    This paper describes preliminary results of a longitudinal case study of an Irish based automotive aftermarket company engaged in software development with multiple stakeholders that are geographically separated. Due to ...
  • Janota, Mikolas; Grigore, Radu; Moskal, Michal (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007)
    We devised a reachability analysis that exploits code annotations and implemented it as a component of the extended static checker ESC/Java2. The component reports unchecked code and a class of errors previously undetected. ...
  • Purcell, Mark; Vasudevan, Aravind; Gregg, David (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    Understanding the baseline underwater acoustic signature of an offshore location is a necessary, early step in formulating an environmental impact assessment of wave energy conversion devices. But in order to even begin ...
  • Janota, Mikolas; Kiniry, Joseph R. (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    A mechanically formalized feature modeling metamodel is presented. This theory is a generic higher-order formalization of a mathematical model synthesizing several feature modeling approaches found in the literature. This ...
  • Ali, Raian; Dalpiaz, Fabiano; Giorgini, Paolo (Elsevier, 2013)
    CONTEXT. The environment in which the system operates, its context, is variable. The autonomous ability of a software to adapt to context has to be planned since the requirements analysis stage as a strong mutual ...
  • Wiredu, Gamel O. (2005)
    The remote distribution of contemporary activities has direct implications for the mobility of humans and associated actions. Remote distribution inherently entails parameters such as the mobility of individuals, artefacts, ...
  • Ahmad, Bilal (University of Limerick, 2020)
    Context — The increase in the proportion of older adults (OAs) across the globe creates new challenges and opportunities. Technology in the context of smartphone applications has the potential to alleviate some problems ...
  • Doolan, Ronan; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
    Most cities have special lanes dedicated to buses, however these lanes are rarely used at full capacity. At the same time governments around the world are encouraging people to buy electric vehicles. This paper proposes ...
  • Galván-López, Edgar; Harris, Colin; Dusparic, Ivana; Clarke, Siobhán; Cahill, Vinny (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    Smart Grid technologies are becoming increasingly dynamic, so the use of computational intelligence is becoming more and more common to support the grid to automatically and intelligently respond to certain requests ...
  • Clarke, Paul; Mesquida, Calafat, A.; Ekert, D.; Ekstrom, J.J.; Gornostaja, T.; Johansen, Jørn; Mas, A.; Messnarz, R.; Najera Villar, B.; O'Connor, A.; O'Connor, Rory V.; Reiner, Murat; Sauberer, G.; Schmitz, Klaus-Dirk; Yilmaz, M.; Jovanovic, M. (Springer, 2016)
    In work that is ongoing, the authors are examining the extent of software development process terminology drift. Initial findings suggest there is a degree of term confusion, with the mapping of concepts to terms ...
  • Lings, Brian; Lundell, Bjorn; Agerfalk, Par J.; Fitzgerald, Brian (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Distributed Development (DD) of Software Systems is an issue of increasing significance for organisations today, all the more so given the current trend towards globalisation. In this paper we present a reference model ...
  • Cawley, Oisín; Wang, Xiaofeng; Richardson, Ita (2012)
    Software development within regulated settings is becoming more and more common place. Compliance typically involves saying what you do and doing what you say. However, in some domains, especially safety-critical ones, it ...
  • Yeomans, Caithríona; Comyns, Thomas M.; Cahalan, Róisin Máire; Hayes, Kevin; Costello, Victoria; Warrington, Giles D.; Harrison, Andrew J.; Lyons, Mark; Campbell, Mark J.; Glynn, Liam G.; Kenny, Ian C. (Elsevier, 2019)
    Objectives To investigate factors associated with injury in amateur male and female rugby union players. Design A prospective cohort study. Setting Amateur rugby clubs in Ireland. Participants Male (n = 113) ...
  • Toth, Adam J.; Campbell, Mark J. (Nature, 2021)
    The following is a response to Jost, who contests findings from a recently published mental rotation study2. In the original study, participants scored 2.765±0.182 out of 20, when scored such that a point was awarded ...
  • Ralph, Paul; Johnson, Pontus; Jordan, Howell (Association for Computing Machinery, 2013)
    Many academic disciplines have general theories, which apply across the discipline and underlie much of its research. Examples include the Big Bang theory (cosmology), Maxwell’s equations (electrodynamics), the theories ...
  • Johnson, Pontus; Ralph, Paul; Goedicke, Michael; Ng, Pan-Wei; Stol, Klaas-Jan; Smolander, Kari; Exman, Iaakov; Perry, Dewayne E (Association for Computing Machinery, 2013)
    Software engineering needs a general theory, i.e., a theory that applies across the field and unifies existing empirical and theoretical work. General theories are common in other domains, such as physics. While many ...
  • Stol, Klaas-Jan; Ali Babar, Muhammad (Springer, 2009)
    Background: The number of reported empirical studies of Open Source Software (OSS) has continuously been increasing. However, there has been no effort to systematically review the state of the practice of reporting empirical ...

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