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Differential Approximation and Sprinting for Multi-Priority Big Data Engines [article]

Robert Birke, Isabelly Rocha, Juan Perez, Valerio Schiavoni, Pascal Felber, Lydia Y. Chen
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Today's big data clusters based on the MapReduce paradigm are capable of executing analysis jobs with multiple priorities, providing differential latency guarantees.  ...  We advocate a new resource management design that exploits the idea of differential approximation and sprinting.  ...  Acknowledgment The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the LEGaTO Project (legato-project. eu), grant agreement  ... 
arXiv:1909.05531v2 fatcat:ayn2xzf3rfaappni4o2ct35hby

Towards Physiology-Aware DASH: Bandwidth-Compliant Prioritized Clinical Multimedia Communication in Ambulances [article]

Mohammad Hosseini, Yu Jiang, Richard R. Berlin, Lui Sha, Houbing Song
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we present a bandwidth-compliant criticality-aware system for transmission of massive clinical multimedia data adaptive to varying bandwidths during patient transport.  ...  We borrow concepts from DASH, and propose physiology-aware adaptation techniques to transmit more critical clinical data with higher fidelity in response to changes in disease, clinical states, and bandwidth  ...  proposed an approximation algorithm for that.  ... 
arXiv:1707.04918v1 fatcat:6fmw47yufbewpbhd5ae4rbdzoy

2020 Index IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems Vol. 31

2021 IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems  
., +, TPDS May 2019 1052-1064 Efficient Data Placement and Replication for QoS-Aware Approximate Query Evaluation of Big Data Analytics.  ...  ., +, TPDS July 2019 1449-1463 Dependency-Aware Network Adaptive Scheduling of Data-Intensive Paral-Efficient Data Placement and Replication for QoS-Aware Approximate Query Evaluation of Big Data Analytics  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpds.2020.3033655 fatcat:cpeatdjlpzhqdersvsk5nmzjkm

A Lifecycle Model for Web-based Application Development: Incorporating Agile and Plan-driven Methodology

Nitin Uikey, Ugrasen Suman
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Though, with the evolution of Web-based applications and internet, conventional software engineering models have limited support for developing Web-based applications.  ...  For conventional software development, generic software engineering lifecycle model has proven to be very important.  ...  At first features with highest priority are defined and implemented. and then feedback from users is monitored.  ... 
doi:10.5120/20664-3400 fatcat:p7zgvnsvvzft5eijj47unber6i

Analysing and Reducing Risk Factor in 3-C's Model Communication Phase Used in Global Software Development

Muhammad Usman, Farooque Azam, Nousheen Hashmi
2014 2014 International Conference on Information Science & Applications (ICISA)  
Our Review, Analysis and Results indicates that about more than 70 percent of Software Engineers face the problem in communicating and developing the applications for off-shore clients.  ...  phase between Software Engineer and Client at its best level.  ...  Suppose Software Engineer organise a workshop on newly made project for the developers , after the closing of the workshop each developer will need the related content material and other supporting data  ... 
doi:10.1109/icisa.2014.6847362 fatcat:d5q4jnejoveq7hltw7mzaohiiy

Reconciling perspectives: A grounded theory of how people manage the process of software development

Steve Adolph, Philippe Kruchten, Wendy Hall
2012 Journal of Systems and Software  
Earlier, Boehm concluded: "Personnel attributes and human relations activities provide by far the largest source of opportunity for improving software productivity" (Boehm, 1984) 0164-1212/$ -see front  ...  The process emphasizes the importance of individuals' abilities to both reach out and engage in negotiations and create shelter from environmental noise to bring a software project to fruition. (P.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to express their thanks to the AgileAlliance, the Scrum Alliance, and the Eclipse Foundation for their support of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2012.01.059 fatcat:afhsygxlyvezll5jzipk5mzo7q

Testing Quality Requirements of a System-of-Systems in the Public Sector - Challenges and Potential Remedies [article]

Jacob Larsson, Markus Borg, Thomas Olsson
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We report five main challenges covering inadequate requirements engineering and disconnected test managers.  ...  Finally, we match the challenges to solutions proposed in the scientific literature, including integrated requirements engineering, the twin peaks model, virtual plumblines, the QUPER model, and architecturally  ...  The literature emphasizes continuous maintenance of requirements rather than big changes [29] , and a constant dialogue between requirements engineers and testers [8] , which for GOV could turn the QRB  ... 
arXiv:1602.05618v1 fatcat:tbz3f4hwyfatjgapydz2bbp6vm

Modeling, simulation and optimization

2008 ITI 2008 - 30th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces  
Deliverable 6 described several modelling and simulation approaches. The common basis for these approaches is the inter-domain point of view.  ...  Executive Summary This document describes the evaluation of the Intermon modeling and simulation toolkit, which was described in Deliverables 6 (D6: "Modelling and Simulation Toolkit Specification") and  ...  The importance of accurate variance estimation for traffic engineering is discussed in [DS03] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iti.2008.4588493 fatcat:pq5d4ahedrh3pctsy5f3et5hay

Isu Kebutuhan Teknis dalam Pengembangan Perangkat Lunak Terdistribusi Agile

Mohammad Anggasta Paramartha
2018 Masyarakat Telematika Dan Informasi : Jurnal Penelitian Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi  
Among the principles that govern the Agile software development the collaboration aspect is prevalent both in terms of regular communication with the customer for adjusting the priorities, scope and plan  ...  Requirement Engineering is a subfield of software engineering dealing with identifying, modelling, communicating and documenting the requirements for a system (Paetsch, Eberlein, & Maurer, 2003) .  ...  REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING ISSUES IN AGILE DISTRIBUTED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Mohammad Anggasta Paramartha  ... 
doi:10.17933/mti.v8i1.101 fatcat:7ag2ajzdtfe63fune2qk5odj4m

Requirements engineering challenges and practices in large-scale agile system development

Rashidah Kasauli, Eric Knauss, Jennifer Horkoff, Grischa Liebel, Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto
2020 Journal of Systems and Software  
For such companies, requirements engineering is an essential activity that involves upfront and detailed analysis which can be at odds with agile development methods.  ...  J. et al (2021) Requirements engineering challenges and practices in large-scale agile system development Journal of Systems and Software, 172 http://dx.a b s t r a c t Context: Agile methods have become  ...  This work was supported by Software Center Project 27 on Requirements Engineering for Large-Scale Agile System Development and the Sida/BRIGHT project 317 ''Building Research Capacity in Innovative Information  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2020.110851 fatcat:nxsyo2n4nfearbscdcnrb7jmfi

Humanoid Robot Kick in Motion Ability for Playing Robotic Soccer

Henrique Teixeira, Tiago Silva, Miguel Abreu, Luis Paulo Reis
2020 2020 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC)  
This dissertation is rooted in the groundwork laid by previous FCPortugal3D contributions for the RoboCup simulation 3D robotic soccer league, and seeks to design and implement a humanoid robotic kick  ...  The kick was divided into 6 cases according to initial conditions and separately trained for each of the cases. A series of kicks, both static and in motion, using two different gaits were developed.  ...  The initial conditions for the learning episode can be observed in figure 6.1 and 6.2 for the Run and Sprint behaviours respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icarsc49921.2020.9096073 dblp:conf/icarsc/TeixeiraSAR20 fatcat:7igoru5aifg45ckv4xjrkba2pm

STOCK MANAGEMENT AS A CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR FOR POLISH CROP PRODCERS

Piotr Korneta
2018 Information System in Management  
The basic problems for SM as a part of BPM relate to classical SM paradigms and a need for a specific and multi-view BPM.  ...  However, there are still many problems to successfully use SM in BPM and frame for modelling, data collection, experimental design, and multi-perspective model analysis, are only some of the issues that  ...  or size), he will be aware of that fact, and simply enter in search engine desired product features.  ... 
doi:10.22630/isim.2018.7.4.21 fatcat:i4gnijrd6vehdmlwv63zr4nsaq

Taking care of cooperation when evolving socially embedded systems: The PloneMeeting case

Hataichanok Unphon, Yvonne Dittrich, Arnaud Hubaux
2009 2009 ICSE Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects on Software Engineering  
Our finding is based on a co-operative project with a government agency developing a partially-automated variability configurator for an open source software product family.  ...  the cooperation within the development team and between users and developers.  ...  In case of major changes that affect the data structures, the developers provide a script for data migration so that local versions can be upgraded.  ... 
doi:10.1109/chase.2009.5071420 dblp:conf/icse/UnphonDH09 fatcat:5ngvb6p6fbenfjtwzkksmvoodm

Applying a Commercialization-Readiness Framework to Optimize Value for Achieving Sustainability of an Electronic Health Data Research Network and Its Data Capabilities: The SAFTINet Experience

Elaine H. Morrato, Mika K. Hamer, Marion Sills, Bethany Kwan, Lisa M. Schilling
2019 eGEMs  
; and (3) a customer discovery process involving approximately 150 SAFTINet stakeholders to identify SAFTINet's sustaining value proposition for health services researchers, clinical data partners, and  ...  The SAFTINet experience illustrates that commercialization-readiness and business model methods can be used to identify multi-sided value propositions for sustaining electronic health data networks and  ...  New electronic health data platforms and tools are rapidly emerging in a highly dynamic 'big data' environment involving major private and public organizations competing for their own sustainability and  ... 
doi:10.5334/egems.295 pmid:31523697 pmcid:PMC6715936 fatcat:6vulhgsgirarlhrvdw4mxbqnxq

A Comparative Analysis of Traditional Software Engineering and Agile Software Development

Ashley Aitken, Vishnu Ilango
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
The essential differences between traditional software engineering and agile software development are found not to be (as one may first suspect from a cursory consideration) related to iteration length  ...  , and techniques.  ...  Big decisions like the approach to persistence or a multi-tiered or multi-layered architecture need to be made some time early in the software development project, since they are central to the structure  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.31 dblp:conf/hicss/AitkenI13 fatcat:xrp635lgqjfbpegkv4daxtp4pe
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