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Influence of java on software engineering education

P. Knoke
Thirteenth Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training  
John Lewis position Java will have a positive influence on software engineering practices at several levels. However, Java can also lead to software that lacks certain desirable qualities.  ...  ISSUES: How much influence will Java have on SE Education, and why? How should SE Education change to accommodate Java/OOD? What are some good Java-specific SE practices?  ...  Alejandro Teruel position At the Universidad Simón Bolívar we have been using Java in undergraduate-level Software Engineering courses since January 1999.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csee.2000.827062 dblp:conf/csee/KnokeDLOT00 fatcat:wjk64qp225fonnqpie2c5tvy3u

ICVEE 2020 Panel Discussion

2020 2020 Third International Conference on Vocational Education and Electrical Engineering (ICVEE)  
FACTOR ANALYSIS THAT INFLUENCES CPL/PILOT LICENSE COMMERCIAL PHASE TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF CADETS OF OFFICIAL AVIATION SCHOOL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Measurement Model of Employability Skills of Vocational  ...  5 428 16.00-16.15 6 267 absent 16.15-16.30 7 361 Research on the Influencing Factors of Industrial Designers' Potential Traits on Career Planning 16.30-16.45 8 442 DESIGN OF AERIAL  ... 
doi:10.1109/icvee50212.2020.9243270 fatcat:jkweqnpfr5anllawmczs6wt634

Panel session: future directions and challenges for Java implementations of numeric-intensive industrial applications

M. Ginsberg, J. Hauser, J.E. Moreira, R. Morgan, J.C. Parsons, T.J. Wielenga
2000 Advances in Engineering Software  
This panel session focuses on utilization of Java for numeric-intensive applications, including the advantages and disadvantages of Java for future use with industrial independent software vendor (ISV)  ...  This session is represented by biographical sketches of the panel participants, their individual reflections on the panel theme, and a list of related Internet references. ᭧  ...  The creation of some meaningful Java benchmarks that positively reflect on Java performance for attributes dominating industrial simulation problems would be very helpful to influence the ISVs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0965-9978(00)00018-1 fatcat:pbxma37ii5hzzbqu4gtz2ob6zm

Enabling effective synoptic assessment via algorithmic constitution of review panels

Nisansa Dilushan de Silva, Shahani Markus Weerawarana, Amal Shehan Perera
2013 Proceedings of 2013 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE)  
This paper presents an algorithmic tool that was used to create panels of experts for the synoptic assessment of a software engineering project course that is targeted towards fostering innovation and  ...  creativity in software engineering students.  ...  Aspects of production-level software engineering are introduced in the third course of software engineering.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tale.2013.6654543 fatcat:hl6vzrwsxvfzhgpwrwim6ojhou

D4.5 Transparency dashboard and control panel release final release

Philip Raschke, Olha Drozd, Bert Bos
2019 Zenodo  
With D4.5 Transparency dashboard and control panel final release we extend the second version of this report, document our efforts taken in the final project months, present and discuss our final results  ...  research and user studies in particular in the fields usable privacy, data visualization, consent management including alternatives for privacy policies and innovative consent interfaces, policy expression of  ...  their software stack.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4586043 fatcat:r4ygkzqb7zbvrm4cr2ssjvzjwu

Web-based remote control laboratory using a greenhouse scale model

J. L. Guzmán, M. Berenguel, F. RodrÍguez, S. Dormido
2005 Computer Applications in Engineering Education  
Greenhouse automation is one of the main advances in modern agriculture, this subject being included in many agricultural engineering and applied control curricula.  ...  This study presents the development of a web-based remote control laboratory using a greenhouse scale model for teaching greenhouse climate control techniques using different hardware and software platforms  ...  This approach uses a snapshot of the control panel, mapping it and associating each mapped zone with one server CGI. * LabVIEW virtual network computing (LabVNC): it consists of a Java applet that displays  ... 
doi:10.1002/cae.20035 fatcat:5honprosqrbodko3bbnv3oe2mq

Distance Teaching of Statistics to Undergraduates at the Open University

Jane Williams
2002 MSOR Connections  
A t the beginning of this academic year, February 2002, there were 27,817 registrations on courses run by the Faculty of Mathematics and Computing.  ...  As an example, the following chart shows the age profile of students registered on M246 Elements of Statistics for the February 2002 presentation of the course.  ...  Acknowledgements The development of SUStats was a collaborative effort of the M248 course team consisting of members of the Open University Statistics Department.  ... 
doi:10.11120/msor.2002.02030076 fatcat:gzq6ntzw2bglxcfcgh6q4fzkem

A Modular and Extensible Remote Electronic Laboratory

Giancarlo Parodi, Domenico Ponta, Andrea Bagnasco, Anna Marina Scapolla
2005 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
This paper reports our experience in developing a remote laboratory system to teach electronics to information engineering students.  ...  The approach used in describing the compo-nents of online experiments facilitates the upgrade of the laboratory and the sharing of experiments, defined as stan-dard learning objects.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank Giorgio Carlini for the precious contribution to the development of the ISIBoard system.  ... 
doaj:13c6067cd5e641eaab9bf9d736e7de38 fatcat:sr7ydn4orberxji35fcumxotby

Web-based simulation: revolution or evolution?

Ernest H. Page, Arnold Buss, Paul A. Fishwick, Kevin J. Healy, Richard E. Nance, Ray J. Paul
2000 ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation  
Paul) This panel contribution will discuss a variety of new technologies for software development and ways of working that will have an unpredictable effect on the future of simulation modelling. 3.5.1  ...  Paul Fishwick's Comments Everyone on the panel makes valid points. There is a need to tie together some of the views to make a whole.  ... 
doi:10.1145/353735.353736 fatcat:ej3v4lq66remjmf7axaykrsuty

Approach to E-Learning Fundamental Aspects of Software Engineering

Ekaterina Lavrischeva, Alexei Ostrovski, Igor Radetskiy
2012 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Education, Research, and Industrial Applications  
New theoretical and applied aspects of software engineering are introduced, viz.: technologies of developing programs and reusable components with MS.NET, CORBA, Java, Eclipse environments; assembling  ...  They are oriented towards improving software industry based on the readymade software resources (reuses, assets, services, artifacts).  ...  This was done in order to implement the industrial aspects of software engineering on the basis of the reuse technique.  ... 
dblp:conf/icteri/LavrischevaOR12 fatcat:qzdze6gatvckrpkd3eohmgs2uy

Preparing students for ubiquitous parallelism

Daniel Ernst, Barry Wittman, Brian Harvey, Tom Murphy, Michael Wrinn
2009 Proceedings of the 40th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '09  
The previous programming model for sequential uniprocessor execution is being replaced quickly with a need to write software for tightly-coupled shared memory multiprocessor systems.  ...  Both academicians and business leaders have challenged programmers to update their skill sets and their tools to effectively tackle software development for these newer platforms [1] .  ...  In this panel, we will discuss our experiences engaging with students, teachers, and researchers on the topic of parallel programming.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1508865.1508917 dblp:conf/sigcse/ErnstWHMW09 fatcat:fpb6wp3i6rabzmxcbyjhfxgxce

Preparing students for ubiquitous parallelism

Daniel Ernst, Barry Wittman, Brian Harvey, Tom Murphy, Michael Wrinn
2009 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
The previous programming model for sequential uniprocessor execution is being replaced quickly with a need to write software for tightly-coupled shared memory multiprocessor systems.  ...  Both academicians and business leaders have challenged programmers to update their skill sets and their tools to effectively tackle software development for these newer platforms [1] .  ...  In this panel, we will discuss our experiences engaging with students, teachers, and researchers on the topic of parallel programming.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1539024.1508917 fatcat:ipxxtv66nneqpjatb4yvwftw3y

The 8th Educators' Symposium @ MODELS 2012

Dan Chiorean, Benoit Combemale
2012 Proceedings of the 8th edition of the Educators' Symposium on - EduSymp '12  
The Educators' Symposium is organized annually in the framework of the international conference MODELS for discussing teaching these technologies to software engineers at universities and software industries  ...  Finally, we provide a summary of presentations and discussions that occurred during the keynote as well as panel of EduSymp 2012.  ...  The challenge for educators is how do we further develop/nurture this capability in software engineering students.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2425936.2425937 dblp:conf/models/ChioreanC12 fatcat:htlpbjul25efppnlh2ykei5u7a

A Remote Laboratory for Mobile Robot Applications

Daniel V. Neamtu, Ernesto Fabregas, Bart Wyns, Robin De Keyser, Sebastián Dormido, Clara M. Ionescu
2011 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
This paper presents the architecture and the implementation of a remote laboratory for mobile robot applications. The implementation is based on Matlab and Easy Java Simulations (EJS).  ...  The aim of the remote laboratory is that students perform -via the Internetexperiments on a group of non-holonomic mobile robots.  ...  JIM Server is a free software tool written in Java, wich allows for an EJS application to use a remote Matlab server.  ... 
doi:10.3182/20110828-6-it-1002.00649 fatcat:jhdtvgoljvcnrixjvjo6g7pyum

Visual Interactive Simulation for Distance Education

Juan de Lara, Manuel Alfonseca
2003 Simulation (San Diego, Calif.)  
This work has been sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology (MCYT), project number TIC2002-01948.  ...  This step is also necessary in software engineering for the same reason as in modeling and simulation: one needs high-level representations of the systems to better understand them and to tackle their  ...  Figure 3 also shows a simulation of the inner solar system, using a 2-D (Java-based) output form and a VR panel (based on VRML).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0037549703253455 fatcat:m3xkxnbgjfc5zmfa46y4isu7pu
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