Issue 6 • Dec. 2006
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Requirements may be derived from a number of sources. Determining the source of a given requirement is known as pre-requirements tracing. Typically, some requirements appear that have no clear source, yet stakeholders will attest to the necessity of these requirements. However, such requirements are likely to be based on tacit or tacit-like knowledge embedded in the problem domain. A tool called P... View full abstract»
The performance of the Open Shortest Path first (OSPF) routing protocol software is presented, which includes measuring its performance, analysing the results, proposing solutions for improvement and evaluating their effect. First, a reusable framework for evaluating the performance of routing software is proposed, which allows to perform reproducible experiments in a controlled environment with d... View full abstract»
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Although there has been a considerable increase in the use of embedded software including mobile telephony applications, the development of embedded software has not proved so manageable as compared with conventional software. From the experience of working with mobile telephony systems for over three years, it is the author's belief that the huge amount of variance in application logics, not the ... View full abstract»
Aims & Scope
Published from 1997-2006, IEE Proceedings - Software included original contributions of interest to practitioners, researchers and managers who were engaged in software engineering. It covered all aspects of the software lifecycle, including design, development, implementation and maintenance.