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Guest Editors' Introduction

Kartashev, Kartashev
1986 Computer  
The division line is determined by the basic function of each type of adaptable software.  ...  Initiative to a successful conclusion.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.1986.1663144 fatcat:tnakzjqbtzelphxkqwc7lgr4gq

Guest Editors' Introduction

Tim Coltman, Rajit Gadh, Katina Michael
2008 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
The non-line of sight capability of RFID makes it a perfect supply chain technology [12] .  ...  For example, RFID technology can be used to: (1) reduce the time taken to reorder shipments, (2) reduce product shrinkage and theft, (3) improved tracking of pallets, cases and individual products, and  ...  We are extremely grateful to the Editor-in-Chief of JTAER, Narcisco Cerpa, for giving us the opportunity to put together this Special Issue and believe that by placing RFID into a modern supply chain landscape  ... 
dblp:journals/jtaer/ColtmanGM08 fatcat:bbhfihb575fcjjai3bcbiokweq

Guest editors' introduction

René Krikhaar, Ralf Lämmel
2009 Science of Computer Programming  
In this introduction of the special issue, we briefly summarize the mission of the ICPC conference series, report on the actual conference event, and characterize the collected contributions.  ...  We also acknowledge the pleasant collaboration with the authors in preparing the initial submissions to the special issue as well as the revisions.  ...  Holt ''Reading Beside the Lines: Using Indentation to Rank Revisions by Complexity'': The motivation for this research is to help developers in screening revisions of software projects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2009.02.008 fatcat:d4iltalt4fa77okbk4lnyplgxm

Virtual Teams [Guest editors' introduction]

Darja Smite, Marco Kuhrmann, Patrick Keil
2014 IEEE Software  
FOCUS: GUEST EDITORS' INTRODUCTION IS IT REALLY A GOOD IDEA TO WORK IN VIRTUAL TEAMS?  ...  Figure 1 42 I E E E S O F T WA R E | W W W.C O M P U T E R .O R G / S O F T WA R E | @ I E E E S O F T WA R E FOCUS: GUEST EDITORS' INTRODUCTION illustrates different setups that contrast the teamwork  ...  Her other research interests are related to global software engineering, large-scale agile software development, and software process improvement.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2014.149 fatcat:5tcyux75dff6dmqeyfg6vltgc4

Special Issue: Guest Editors' Introduction

James Goodman, Christina Ho
2006 PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies  
Introduction from Australia.  ...  Free and open source software movements, for example, are often comprised of self-constituted technical elites who tend to be politically unaware.  ... 
doi:10.5130/portal.v3i1.160 fatcat:kjufvoerindplnjiibuvkgewbe

Guest Editors' Introduction: Successful Software Product Line Practices

John D. McGregor, Dirk Muthig, Kentaro Yoshimura, Paul Jensen
2010 IEEE Software  
The software product line strategy is a blend of business and technical actions that lets an organization satisfy a wide range of customers, gain leverage with suppliers, meet the threats of substitute  ...  Service-oriented architectures, agile development methods, and open source business models have all played roles in successful product line organizations.  ...  They identify two key problems that many organizations have when initiating their first software product line.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2010.74 fatcat:6satgxasn5eyvfkyklvp4t33hm

Guest Editors' Introduction: Advances in Configurable Computing

P. Lysaght, P.A. Subrahmanyam
2005 IEEE Design & Test of Computers  
These include the authors who submitted articles, the reviewers, the editor in chief, and the editorial and production staff at the IEEE Computer Society.  ...  The initial glue logic components were considered low-capacity, low-speed, high-cost parts, characteristics that limited them to prototype development and low-volume production runs.  ...  To kick-start the initiative, STMicroelectronics is proposing to release the source code for its internally developed FPGA architecture and its software design tool suite.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdt.2005.36 fatcat:tormrzxfcrfvpnl6ujpeueug64

Guest Editors' Introduction: Integrated Design and Programming Environments

Henderson, Notkin
1987 Computer  
Acknowledgments Bruce Shriver, editor-in-chief of Computer, has helped significantly with these companion issues.  ...  Everyone involvedincluding editors, authors, referees, and staffdid a great job while working under time pressures that were always great and often unreasonable.  ...  Properly conceived and constructed software devel-opment environments increase both our productivity and the quality of the software we produce.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.1987.1663412 fatcat:66kdtx4g6ndwfct5mx2wekmyxy

Ontology Issues and Applications Guest Editors' Introduction

Fred Freitas, Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Natalya F. Noy
2005 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
Other requirements that make ontology editors successful stem from software engineering, such as extensibility and plugability.  ...  We will briefly discuss these two lines in the following.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03192372 fatcat:4v655orvdbe6dhobk65mwlqdzu

Guest Editors' Introduction: Software Architecture: Framing Stakeholders' Concerns

Patricia Lago, Paris Avgeriou, Rich Hilliard
2010 IEEE Software  
editors' introduction Table 1 1 Viewpoint-based approaches Approach Viewpoints Notes 4+1 View Model Logical, development, process, and physical, "plus" scenarios P.B.  ...  For more information about the focus, contact the guest editors: Figure 1 1 Figure 1. Architecturally relevant stakeholder concerns. This list is adapted from ISO/IEC FCD 42010.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2010.142 fatcat:aufvqbbdivegjj4em4wz5on3na

Guest Editors' Introduction: PC Software--Word Processing for Everyone

Paul Ceruzzi, Burton Grad
2006 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
Ed Bride, former editor of Software Magazine, describes some of the key influences in the PC software industry: media, trade shows, and research consulting firms.  ...  product.  ...  He worked for IBM during the 1960s and 1970s, having initial responsibility for delivering its CICS software product.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mahc.2006.65 fatcat:4be67k25r5b2jctuhg3jclkyzi

Guest Editors' Introduction: Scientific Applications of Grid Computing

B. Boghosian, P. Coveney
2005 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
The TeraGrid and Grid Applications In 2004, the US National Science Foundationfunded TeraGrid went into production, with more than 20 Tflops of performance distributed among nine sites across the US.  ...  E-sciencE, http:// 5 and DEISA (Distributed European Infrastructure for Scientific Applications; projects, and the UK's National Grid Service (NGS; initiative  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2005.95 fatcat:myu5kjkprbghnfuinrwwjkeqyi

Guest Editors' Introduction: Social Networks and Social Networking

E.F. Churchill, C.A. Halverson
2005 IEEE Internet Computing  
Guest Editors' Introduction Understand Communication" stays closest to the current characterizations of social networking through online communication.  ...  John Scott's introduction suggests that contemporary social network analysis (SNA) 1 draws on three lines of inquiry: • Sociometric analysts in the US during the 1930s, whose work had roots in Gestalt  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2005.103 fatcat:4wiihxuljvavvkek7ado4czcym

Guest Editors' Introduction: Software Engineering Project Management 20 Years Later

A.B. Pyster, R.H. Thayer
2005 IEEE Software  
Those papers portrayed the state of the practice in SEPM and looked guest editors' introduction Arthur B. Pyster, Science Applications International Corporation Richard H.  ...  Thayer, Software Management Training LLC  ...  Northrop describes software product lines, an idea that has been around for two decades but which is becoming a mainstream way of building software, whether for automobiles, telephones, or a myriad of  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2005.137 fatcat:ersfe6km3rerdh4cpziendiclq

Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering [Guest editors' introduction]

Jeffrey C. Carver, Tom Epperly
2014 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
Traditionally, software engineering (SE) research has focused more on the business/IT domain than the scientific or engineering domain.  ...  SE researchers have often made the implicit assumption that any solutions they develop should likewise be applicable to the development of CSE software.  ...  ; ■ ■ measuring the impact of SE on scientific/engi- neering productivity; ■ ■  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2014.72 fatcat:m2r3wmoywrbzniszb52mfvbrxe
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