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Development of On-line Shopping Mart System for Developing Countries

Awoyelu, I.O, Tangba O, Awoyelu F.E
2010 Computer and Information Science  
In Nigeria and most Developing Countries, buying and selling of goods are done in a market. This situation is faced with diverse problems.  ...  In order to overcome these problems, an On-line Shopping Mart system (EasyShop) is developed.  ...  Companies can approach their customers effectively by customizing their web-services.  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v3n3p164 fatcat:66gwllt7y5aprg7d74xeiwzxfa

Industrial Development [chapter]

Woodrow W. Clark, Grant Cooke
2015 The Green Industrial Revolution  
As such, it allows users much freedom of choice (such as which service provider to use, which Web sites to visit, and which new software to download) in exchange for dealing with associated complexity.  ...  The world is evolving from one in which almost all access to the Internet comes from personal computers (PCs) to one in which so-called Internet appliances (IAs) will make up a greater share of end-user  ...  The evolution of the Web tablet provides a case in point.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-802314-3.00002-0 fatcat:3traf754wvg6jcaomk3viu3ipm

Process Lines for Automatic Workflow Development
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Mario Luca Bernardi, Marta Cimitile, Fabrizio Maria Maggi
2013 Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Software Technologies  
Two emerging approaches can be adopted and combined to easily model, implement and update families of business processes: Software Product Line (SPL) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).  ...  The combination of these approaches, can be used to easily develop a family of SOA systems each one appropriate for different context characteristics.  ...  This approach allows the user to construct decision tables as a guideline and to expose them as web services.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004492400410049 dblp:conf/icsoft/BernardiCM13 fatcat:7ypqzaygerehtonbaecvdl3dny

Developing the cooperative mission development environment

Christopher Rouff, Mary Ann Robbert
1997 Proceedings of the international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work : the integration challenge the integration challenge - GROUP '97  
This paper examines: how the independent systems arose, why the need developed to integrate the independent systems, the integration approaches considered, the process used for integration, how coordination  ...  between tool developers was handled, challenges faced during integration, plus current challenges, and future plans.  ...  It was noted too that productivity could be increased if users could search for a requirement on-line instead of having to search through a paper report, which might be several weeks old and out of date  ... 
doi:10.1145/266838.267351 dblp:conf/group/RouffR97 fatcat:rdiu4f3u2jgp7g574vtwqqp5gq

Industrial Development in 1937

1938 Nature  
As such, it allows users much freedom of choice (such as which service provider to use, which Web sites to visit, and which new software to download) in exchange for dealing with associated complexity.  ...  The world is evolving from one in which almost all access to the Internet comes from personal computers (PCs) to one in which so-called Internet appliances (IAs) will make up a greater share of end-user  ...  The evolution of the Web tablet provides a case in point.  ... 
doi:10.1038/142699c0 fatcat:qv5ljq5rwnde5nalgc7tzfunsu

Strategizing software development

Masao Kakihara
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Workshop on interdisciplinary software engineering research - WISER '06  
Through a short case study of internet service development in Japan, the paper also suggests that dual roles of beta versions, as a product and media, would play a critical role in making strategic decisions  ...  in internet service development.  ...  A Case of Internet Service Development This section discusses a short case study that examines the applicability of strategy as simple rules in a particular software development context: internet service  ... 
doi:10.1145/1137661.1137670 dblp:conf/wiser/Kakihara06 fatcat:f7o2bbyuwva5tepucdlmkbtppu

Developing Engineered Product Support Applications [chapter]

H. James Hoover, Tony Olekshy, Garry Froehlich, Paul Sorenson
2000 Software Product Lines  
This paper reports on our experience in developing commercial applications for engineered product manufacturers.  ...  Product line developers have two primary problems to solve: keeping their applications relevant to the associated manufactured product line, and evolving their applications to exploit new information technologies  ...  In either case, the application developer is responsible for laying out the forms in the web pages or desktop windows, for connecting the data modification controls in the forms to the attributes of persistent  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-4339-8_24 fatcat:ldms7yq2sjdabovutmiq77vslq

Bing developer assistant: improving developer productivity by recommending sample code

Hongyu Zhang, Anuj Jain, Gaurav Khandelwal, Chandrashekhar Kaushik, Scott Ge, Wenxiang Hu
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 24th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering - FSE 2016  
We develop a tool called Bing Developer Assistant (BDA), which improves developer productivity by recommending sample code mined from public software repositories (such as GitHub) and web pages (such as  ...  For example, how to reuse an Application Programming Interface (API) of a large-scale software library and how to implement a certain functionality.  ...  We develop a tool, called Bing Developer Assistant (BDA), to help improve developer productivity by mining software repositories and web pages.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2950290.2983955 dblp:conf/sigsoft/ZhangJKKGH16 fatcat:fjdpecurcjhu5kkk6euuyf2rye

Towards New Web Application Development Practices

Angeliki Poulymenakou, William Drakos, Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Georgios Doukidis
1998 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
We discuss a framework of IS development issues for Internet based applications and propose guidelines towards new development practices.  ...  Web applications of increasing sophistication emerge in almost every business sector, reflecting a variety of technical and technological approaches.  ...  For example in the analysis phase, developers face the pressure of user requirements in the absence of real users and within a very wide, open-ended solution space.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v6i1.333 fatcat:befnlehfpndz7psbsbppsmxp7y

Developing web map application based on user centered design

Petr Voldan
2012 Geoinformatics FCE CTU  
User centred design is an approach in process of development any kind of human product where the main idea is to create a product for the end user.  ...  This article presents User centred design method in developing web mapping services.  ...  We still face the development problems where "form follows the functions". This approach makes sense for the inner parts of an application -the parts concealed from a user.  ... 
doi:10.14311/gi.7.11 fatcat:2zxbgfaaqvhl3m47a4aaqfdaa4

Recommender system application developments: A survey

Jie Lu, Dianshuang Wu, Mingsong Mao, Wei Wang, Guangquan Zhang
2015 Decision Support Systems  
A recommender system aims to provide users with personalized online product or service recommendations to handle the increasing online information overload problem and improve customer relationship management  ...  Various recommender system techniques have been proposed since the mid-1990s, and many sorts of recommender system software have been developed recently for a variety of applications.  ...  When the system has insufficient information about a user, a case-based reasoning approach is executed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2015.03.008 fatcat:y4phvn677zaondsbjkn56orxt4

7. Industrial development, 1850-70 [chapter]

1980 Unequal Beginnings  
As such, it allows users much freedom of choice (such as which service provider to use, which Web sites to visit, and which new software to download) in exchange for dealing with associated complexity.  ...  The world is evolving from one in which almost all access to the Internet comes from personal computers (PCs) to one in which so-called Internet appliances (IAs) will make up a greater share of end-user  ...  The evolution of the Web tablet provides a case in point.  ... 
doi:10.3138/9781442682894-008 fatcat:bpbazcnx65gvhh2uofv2agfqse

End-User Development of Enterprise Widgets [chapter]

Michael Spahn, Volker Wulf
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present an End-User Development (EUD) approach and prototypic environment, enabling business users to create enterprise widgets tailored to their personal information needs without the  ...  The approach especially considers extensibility of building blocks for widget creation even by small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) using existing knowledge.  ...  We would like to thank Alexander Dreiling and Kathrin Fleischmann of SAP Research for providing an early prototype of the WCP we could branch and extend.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00427-8_7 fatcat:fr5pidtqjjhrligkpvnxla7lpi

LAMP lights enterprise development efforts

G. Lawton
2005 Computer  
He said the company now has about 250 enterprise users paying for service and support. There are approximately 600 SugarCRM developers and 70 plug-in products. languages.  ...  For example, users have translated SugarCRM's products into 24 LAMP DEVELOPMENTS In the past, corporate developers shied away from LAMP because they worried about open source software's quality and a  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2005.304 fatcat:x2rjdkxrmjdufnehxmao6toupa

Open Source Development [chapter]

2011 Global Software and IT  
Given that user networks have existed long before open source software and that such communities can be found developing physical products as well, it seems possible that the Bazaar development model can  ...  Thus, a number of ingredients of open source development model are not specific to the software industry.  ...  The Lead User Approach Lead users are defined as users of a given product or service type that combine two characteristics: (1) Lead users expect attractive innovation-related benefits from a solution  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118135105.ch12 fatcat:74gaj55khfhgzgnvngbsa4khvq
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