2009 33rd Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference

Volume 2 • 20-24 July 2009

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  • Requirements Engineering Needs in a Solution and Infrastructure Improvement Project

    Publication Year: 2009, Page(s):1 - 2
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    A research has studied different views of suppliers and customers have of solution projects that include both provided goods and rendered services. The goal of the research is to help the suppliers and customers to understand each other better, and therefore make solution projects more profitable for the suppliers and be more effective for the customers. We are involved in an infrastructure improv... View full abstract»

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  • Rediscovering Zachman Framework Using Ontology from a Requirement Engineering Perspective

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    An information system distinguishes itself from other software as it is developed to facilitate the operation of an organization, hence it reflects its strategies, plans, organizations, processes, marketing etc. We believe that the requirement in the form of domain knowledge acquired in the early stage of system development can be organized and modeled in Enterprise Architecture. However research ... View full abstract»

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  • A Scenario-Based Architecture Evaluation Framework for Network Enabled Capability

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    The vision of service-oriented computing is one of loosely coupled services that create agile applications to encapsulate business objectives and processes. The potential of services to form complex systems of systems, with emergent behaviour, necessitates the need to understand how we can we develop sufficient confidence in their qualities. In this paper we argue that successful development and e... View full abstract»

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  • Decomposition and Traceability in Software Design

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    Decomposition is a common practice in design of technical systems to manage abstractions and to create components that can be developed separately. However, the hierarchical decomposition methods used in current software design are unable to control the dependency and provide the traceability of decisions effectively. As the difficulty of software systems rises along with increasing demands for mo... View full abstract»

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  • Panel on Requirements Engineering for Services

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  • Variable Support Based Association Rule Mining

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    Analysing datasets requires sophisticated techniques which can help to unearth interesting patterns. One approach is to mine multidimensional association rules from data. The traditional association rule mining relies on uniform support and confidence values which does not always yield interesting rules due to varied nature of data. This paper presents a novel approach to mine multidimensional ass... View full abstract»

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  • Social Graph Generation & Forecasting Using Social Network Mining

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    Considering the noticeable attraction of users to social networking sites, lots of research has been carried out to take advantage of the userspsila information available in these sites. Knowledge mining techniques have been developed in order to extract valuable pieces of information from the userspsila activities. This paper deals with a methodology to generate a social graph of userspsila actio... View full abstract»

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