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Developer Perceptions of Process Desirability: Test Driven Development and Cleanroom Compared

Jonathan Percival, Neil Harrison
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Test Driven Development has gained popularity in recent decades and we compared its perceived desirability with that of Cleanroom.  ...  Design and coding processes are an important part of an overall project methodology. However, perceptions of these processes influence how developers use them.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Uwe van Heesch for his help in preparing this paper, and the students who participated in the study as subjects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.175 dblp:conf/hicss/PercivalH13 fatcat:qqfrak5er5c6fcelxnagpyryze

Introduction to Agile and Lean Software Engineering Minitrack

Ashley M. Aitken
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
The paper "Developer Perceptions of Process Desirability: Test Driven Development and Cleanroom Compared" presents results that suggest there is no significant difference (in terms of developer desirability  ...  perception of professionals in relation to agile practices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.290 dblp:conf/hicss/Aitken13 fatcat:zrilsiqltzf4ti75pyerg7nmga

Autonomous microfluidic capillaric circuits replicated from 3D-printed molds

A. O. Olanrewaju, A. Robillard, M. Dagher, D. Juncker
2016 Lab on a Chip  
We recently developed capillaric circuits (CCs) – advanced capillary microfluidic devices assembled from capillary fluidic elements in a modular manner similar to the design of electric circuits (Safavieh  ...  wafers and cleanroom processes with multiple photomasks, thereby increasing their cost and complexity.  ...  Next we tested whether reproducibility of flow rate could be further improved by using three replicates from a single mold, but the variability remained comparable, suggesting that user manipulations and  ... 
doi:10.1039/c6lc00764c pmid:27722504 pmcid:PMC5314688 fatcat:63275jtvsfanjg2yscdkwqhkh4

3D-Printed Autonomous Capillaric Circuits [article]

Ayokunle O Olanrewaju, Alessandra Robillard, Milad Dagher, David Juncker
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
The functionality and reliability of 3D-printed trigger valves - an essential fluidic element that stops one liquid until flow is triggered by a second liquid - was tested for different geometries and  ...  We established design rules for 3D-printed CCs by a combination of modelling and experimentation.  ...  wafers and cleanroom processes with multiple photomasks, thereby increasing their cost and complexity.  ... 
doi:10.1101/059238 fatcat:wqntlgafrfdmhjjx4cx2shmicu

The business case for energy management in high-tech industries

Evan Mills, Gary Shamshoian, Michele Blazek, Phil Naughton, Robert S. Seese, William Tschudi, Dale Sartor
2007 Energy Efficiency  
The high-technology sectorcharacterized by facilities such as laboratories, cleanrooms, and data centersis often where innovation first occurs.  ...  These facilities are sometimes referred to as the "racecars" of the buildings sector because new technologies and strategies to increase performance often trickle down to other building types.  ...  centers) is the perception that introduction of pollutants and loss of humidity control in the space will disrupt the process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12053-007-9000-8 fatcat:pydjtevw5zghtnri6yvaxqeg6e

Experimentation in software engineering

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Note that formal designs and the resulting statistical robustness are desirable, but we should not be driven exclusively by the achievement of statistical significance.  ...  testing process, (79] evaluated the techniques of three-person walk-throughs, functional testing, and a control group from the perspective of the developer.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-5018 fatcat:vq7ojr54bverlgjewui47qgxau

Comparative Study on Agile software development methodologies [article]

A B M Moniruzzaman, Dr Syed Akhter Hossain
2013 arXiv   pre-print
It is a set of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development process, where requirements and development evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional  ...  They also demand for fast delivery of software products as well as for accepting changing requirements. In this aspect, traditional plan-driven developments fail to meet up these requirements.  ...  Plan-driven approaches such as Cleanroom, the Personal Software Process, or methods based on the Capability Maturity Model promise predictability, stability, and high assurance [38] .  ... 
arXiv:1307.3356v1 fatcat:tmcv4wxgbzgf7l5fuo4yitgv3y

The Perceived Advantage of Agile Development Methodologies By Software Professionals: Testing an Innovation-Theoretic Model

Nancy A. Bonner, James T. C. Teng, Sridhar P. Nerur
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Grounded in the agility and diffusion of innovations literature, this research introduces a measure of process agility within the software development domain and relates it to constructs previously employed  ...  Yet, to the best of our knowledge, no empirical study has really confirmed that benefits accrue to those who use agile processes.  ...  MEASURE ITEM FREQ PERCENT Methodology Adaptive Software Development 12 2.5 Cleanroom 3 0.6 CMM Integration 197 41.1 Crystal 3 0.6 Dynamic Systems Development 6 1.3 Feature Driven Development 7 1.5 Joint  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/BonnerTN10 fatcat:l4eyq4p4ufhcjepffl65bedmtq

Industrial Internet of Things for Condition Monitoring and Diagnosis of Dry Vacuum Pumps in Atomic Layer Deposition Equipment

Yongho Lee, Chanyoung Kim, Sang Jeen Hong
2022 Electronics  
The industrial internet of things (IIoT) environment, which can monitor and analyze the performance degradation of parts that affect process results, enables advanced process yield management.  ...  The process of pump vibration data acquisition is explained to evaluate the effectiveness of this system. The target process is deposition.  ...  When IoT was conceptually developed, the network and middleware layers were more focused on building an IoT framework to utilize various IoT data from numerous perception layers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics11030375 fatcat:4vny666iajefhjgza6wpysysfm

Enhancement of Student Learning in Experimental Design Using a Virtual Laboratory

Milo D. Koretsky, Danielle Amatore, Connelly Barnes, Sho Kimura
2008 IEEE Transactions on Education  
This paper describes the instructional design, implementation, and assessment of a virtual laboratory based on a numerical simulation of a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process, the virtual CVD laboratory  ...  Assessment demonstrates students are using an iterative experimental design process reflective of practicing engineers and correlates success in this project to higher order thinking skills.  ...  Gummer, who consulted on the assessment design and implementation, and D. Meyers-Graham and J. Noffsinger, computer science undergraduates at OSU, for their contribution to the 3-D student client.  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2007.906894 fatcat:twiywaajcvhi3hvhgepujym5uy

MEMS design simplification with virtual prototyping

Renate Sitte
2016 Facta universitatis - series Electronics and Energetics  
MEMS design requires a good understanding of interactions in complex processes and highly specialized interdisciplinary skills.  ...  This paper analyzes the benefits of Virtual Prototyping for a simplification and aid in MEMS design and proposes the continuation of MEMS Animated Graphic Design Aid (MAGDA) project.  ...  The benefit is that the process is low cost and requires no baking and does not even require a cleanroom.  ... 
doi:10.2298/fuee1601011s fatcat:k6vmrjepofdyjdxxiqo4tvyscy

Resource allocation among development phases

Peleg Yiftachel, Dan Peled, Irit Hadar, Dan Goldwasser
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Economics driven software engineering research - EDSER '06  
This illustration lays the basis for future empirical studies evaluating the model's different functions and ability to improve SW development processes.  ...  We illustrate how the model can be applied in an experimental setting, and describe the tools developed for such applications.  ...  of Haifa.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1139113.1139124 fatcat:xskq4pxlfbge3hubi72vxg23la

Evaluation of student perceptions of introductory pharmacy practice experiences

Jaclyn A. Boyle, Zachary N. Jenkins, Thaddeus T. Franz, Charles W. Cather, Nicole K. Deitschmann, Nicole G. Harper, Alison Dittmer, Christy Hartline
2020 Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning  
Future studies should examine the implications of these results on student IPPE performance and methods to impact student perception of the value of IPPE training.  ...  Twenty-nine items demonstrated a more negative perception of IPPEs between the pre- and post-surveys (p < 0.05).  ...  The item construction of MCQs and utilization of case-based questions were evaluated using best practices for item construction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cptl.2020.01.029 pmid:32482264 fatcat:rh5hkqp3gnfqhczgeghtt3zxvm

Splitting the difference: the historical necessity of synthesis in software engineering

S. Shapiro
1997 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
However, the fundamental nature of softwareinvolving basic and poorly understood problem-solving processes combined with unprecedented and multifaceted complexity-weighs heavily against the utility of  ...  Examination of the discourse of software technologists in a number of key professional and trade journals over the last 25 years illuminates various disputes central to the development of software engineering  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported in part by the Charles Babbage Institute for the History of Information Processing and by the Leverhulme Trust.  ... 
doi:10.1109/85.560729 fatcat:ya5szj3a7vhqpb7a26ragbxlbu

Modeling and improving an industrial software process

S. Bandinelli, A. Fuggetta, L. Lavazza, M. Loi, G.P. Picco
1995 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Abstract| This paper discusses the problems that a software development organization must address in order to assess and improve its software processes.  ...  The paper reports on the usage of formal process modeling languages to detect inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompleteness, and opportunities for improvement of both the software process and its documentation  ...  Acknowledgment Authors wish to thank Carlo Ghezzi for his support, and for many helpful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/32.387473 fatcat:at7izi2wbjambd2v4l2ouumdam
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