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The guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge

P. Bourque, R. Dupuis, A. Abran, J.W. Moore, L. Tripp
1999 IEEE Software  
on a joint project to develop a guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK).  ...  The SWEBOK project (http://www.swebok.org) is now nearing the end of the second of its three phases. Here we summarize the results to date and provide an overview of the project and its status.  ...  Funding for this project is provided by the Association for Computing Machinery, Boeing, the IEEE Computer Society, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Research Council of  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.805471 fatcat:vnsdpkbflnaqtfi67cpmtv2cz4

Prelude to the panel on what makes good research in Modeling & Simulation

Levent Yilmaz, Jeffrey Smith
2008 2008 Winter Simulation Conference  
From basic research and concept formulation to diffusion of innovations, M&S rests on fundamental strategies that not only provide guidance to scientists, but also provide explanations for the society  ...  of the M&S profession that need to be nurtured to enable growth and sustainment of its vitality, and (3) help facilitate explanation of the character of simulation discipline to other engineers and scientists  ...  AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES LEVENT YILMAZ is Associate Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Auburn University.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2008.4736128 dblp:conf/wsc/YilmazS08 fatcat:3hzcd5l6srhkhcntxcxnmpora4

Integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into technical and engineering education in Nigeria: Potentialities, problems and strategies

Isma'ila Y. Shehu, Hammad D. Baba, Joseph D. Enemali
2012 2012 4th International Congress on Engineering Education  
Similarly, the paper highlighted some of the problems facing the efforts of integrating ICT into technical and engineering education and training.  ...  It considers the potentialities of using ICT in the teaching and learning technical and engineering education in Nigeria.  ...  and transmitter of knowledge to a guide or facilitator in student learning; and the role of the students changes from being passive in receiving information to active in making meaning to their own learning  ... 
doi:10.1109/iceed.2012.6779275 fatcat:b63qtsm4n5gzbevtfbtm3txx34

Digital Twins for Tissue Culture Techniques—Concepts, Expectations, and State of the Art

Johannes Möller, Ralf Pörtner
2021 Processes  
, and organ/body-on-chip tools.  ...  As an alternative to purely experimental-driven research, the usage of comprehensive mathematical models as a virtual in silico representation of the tissue culture, namely a digital twin, can be advantageous  ...  framework is seen as a knowledge-based process development and engineering strategy, for which the main advantages are: 1.  ... 
doi:10.3390/pr9030447 fatcat:u7qfudebifh3flg35zp3xk6dfu

Robot soccer in education

Henrik Hautop Lund
1998 Advanced Robotics  
This should allow the students to learn 1) to manage the non-deterministic characteristics of the real environment, 2) to integrate hardware and software solutions, and 3) to manage collective and distributed  ...  Indeed, with this knowledge, the students were able to win a number of international robot soccer tournaments.  ...  Orazio Miglino provided a number of highly valuable comments and inspiration. Thanks to John Hallam for inspiration regarding robotics courses.  ... 
doi:10.1163/156855300x00070 fatcat:lfr5rzc3dbfqvhvyr4twbfz2eq

Robot soccer in education

Henrik Hautop Lund
1999 Advanced Robotics  
This should allow the students to learn 1) to manage the non-deterministic characteristics of the real environment, 2) to integrate hardware and software solutions, and 3) to manage collective and distributed  ...  Indeed, with this knowledge, the students were able to win a number of international robot soccer tournaments.  ...  Orazio Miglino provided a number of highly valuable comments and inspiration. Thanks to John Hallam for inspiration regarding robotics courses.  ... 
doi:10.1163/156855399x01927 fatcat:yfdbf53uojfyzlie7akkbpo6yu

An assessment strategy for identifying legacy system evolution requirements ineBusiness context

Lerina Aversano, Maria Tortorella
2004 Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution Research and Practice  
The challenge of the research is to identify the business knowledge captured in the legacy systems and to enhance it with the requirements of the eBusiness process evolution.  ...  Technical issues are not enough to drive the evolution of the existing legacy applications, but problems concerning the perspectives, strategies, and business of the enterprises have to be considered.  ...  The software re-engineering activity aims to use existing corporate resources in a more economic way, i.e. reusing application knowledge to maximum extent, while software engineering approaches concentrate  ... 
doi:10.1002/smr.296 fatcat:laydkv7lyvdzjboxk5c6ey2zae

Research on Data Analysis of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Improved Differential Evolution Clustering Algorithm

Honglei Zhu, Yingying Zhao, Xueyun Wang, Yulong Xu, Xiaoxia Yin
2021 Journal of Healthcare Engineering  
The experimental results show that, in terms of global optimization, the proposed algorithm is obviously superior to the other three algorithms, and in terms of convergence speed, the proposed algorithm  ...  Finally, the proposed algorithm is applied to analyze the drug data of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment of pulmonary diseases, and the analysis results are consistent with the theory of Traditional  ...  At this time, the mutation strategy DE/best/1 is selected to guide the search direction of the population with the optimal individual, which can enhance the development ability of the algorithm and accelerate  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/4468741 pmid:34527212 pmcid:PMC8437652 fatcat:qsu6v5zzgzf5bh6ijbbqzpqpm4

An empirical investigation of the key factors for success in software process improvement

T. Dyba
2005 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
A quantitative survey of 120 software organizations was designed to test the conceptual model and hypotheses of the study.  ...  Understanding how to implement software process improvement (SPI) successfully is arguably the most challenging issue facing the SPI field today.  ...  The author wishes to thank all respondents of the survey for their willingness to participate in the inquiries.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2005.53 fatcat:voghsut43baubcsufg4iwwgyyi

Managing knowledge in software method adoption

Lars Mathiassen, Lasse Vogelsang
2005 International Journal of Business Information Systems  
The study applies two complementary knowledge management perspectives -networks and networking -to interpret the experiences from the case.  ...  The complex and problematic relationship between software development methods and practices is well documented. Methods are difficult to adopt.  ...  Some of the work has been conducted under the DIWA project funded by the Danish Research Councils.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbis.2005.007402 fatcat:nxj4ut56e5a2ffxp43uibgnldu

An Empirical Investigation of the Key Factors for Success in Software Process Improvement [chapter]

2006 Software Process Improvement  
A quantitative survey of 120 software organizations was designed to test the conceptual model and hypotheses of the study.  ...  Understanding how to implement software process improvement (SPI) successfully is arguably the most challenging issue facing the SPI field today.  ...  The author wishes to thank all respondents of the survey for their willingness to participate in the inquiries.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-32179-8_3 fatcat:drvynhiuwjbaxdngrj3z27gq7y

Knowledge systematisation, reconfiguration and the organisation of firms and industry: The case of design

Beatrice D'Ippolito, Marcela Miozzo, Davide Consoli
2014 Research Policy  
Knowledge systematisation is the abstraction and diffusion of operative principles to the effect of expanding to broader remits practices that had been initially conceived for a narrow purpose.  ...  the abstraction of general rules from novel practices and the changes that are necessary, both within firm and industry organisation, to foster their diffusion.  ...  The thought-provoking comments of three referees and of the editor allowed us to improve the manuscript substantially.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2014.03.013 fatcat:p3guq5kwuvcbjmteccfnosdcg4

Strategies for implementing knowledge-based systems

S. Dutta
1997 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
This paper outlines four generic knowledge processing strategies to guide the implementation of KBS's within organizations.  ...  These generic strategies are related both to the level of knowledge assets under consideration and the locus of responsibility for the development of KBS.  ...  The management of knowledge with a guided strategy is depicted in Fig. 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/17.552810 fatcat:opqu4tzozzdghjcz4lk6jjljmy

Improving Laboratory Experiences in Engineering Education

S. S. Rathod, D. R. Kalbande
2016 Journal of Engineering Education Transformations  
This paper also presents the study of usage of online tools and rubric based laboratory assessment methodology adopted in electronics engineering course.  ...  There are several reforms need to be implemented to improve student laboratory experiences. This paper suggests some of the methods that can be implemented in engineering institutes.  ...  internet, search engines, and much more Citations and References: Advice on citing information from outside sources in the body of the report and listing those sources of information in the References  ... 
doi:10.16920/jeet/2016/v0i0/85576 fatcat:nceoighl7zbstpr7iigmc3mpyu

A Design of Teacher Principles for the Development, Diffusion, and Appropriation of Students' Mathematical Knowledge

Sandra Richardson
2015 Journal of Education and Human Development (New York)  
A resulting product of this design study is a set of multi-revised principles for mathematics teachers to use to promote the development, diffusion, and exchange of innovative mathematical knowledge in  ...  The implementation principles were designed using the established research framework of diffusion theory (da Ponte, 2013; Rogers, 2003) and are intended to guide teachers in modifying the classroom environment  ...  Advancing the knowledge of the community and individuals through the diffusion of knowledge was significantly influenced by students' communications and interactions with both members of their working  ... 
doi:10.15640/jehd.v4n2a9 fatcat:qixlrbaif5fxff3mvlmv3s73na
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