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    New Items October 7th 2005

      VerdiktDhoedtGelennDemeester05

      1. Tom Verdikt & Bart Dhoedt & Frank Gelenn & Piet Demeester
      2. Automatic Inclusion of Middle ware performance attributes into architectural UML software Models
      3. IEEE Trans Software Engineering V31n8(Aug 2005)pp695-711
      4. =DEMO ALGORITHMS DATA XML TOOL UML1.4 MDA PIM-to-PSM PERFORMANCE Client-server CORBA
      5. Shows how in Model Driven Architecture(MDA) a Platform independent model (PIM) of a system can be changed into a Platform Specific Model (PSM) that allows estimates of performance to be made.
      6. Uses UML Profile for Performance Analysis, Deployment diagrams, collaborations, and activity diagrams.

      GopalMukhopadhyayKrishnan05

      1. Anandasivam Gopal & Tridas Mukhopadhyay & M S Krishnan
      2. The Impact of institutional forces on software metrics programs
      3. IEEE Trans Software Engineering V31n8(Aug 2005)pp679-694
      4. =SURVEY STATISTICS METRICS PROCESS MANAGEMENT CUSTOMERS RIVALS
      5. Applies Cooper and Zmud's innovation diffusion model(1990) :
      6. innovation_diffusion::= initiation; adoption; adaption; acceptance; routinization; infusion.
      7. Adaption is when the the normal processes are being changed to fit the innovation.
      8. Management, Customers, and rivals all influence whether a metrics program make it into/through adaption.
      9. See also [GopalKrishnanEtAl02].

      i-Technology05

      1. i-Technology News Desk
      2. Linus Torvalds Outburst Sparks Fierce Debate: Does Open Source Software Need Specs?
      3. SYS-COM Magazines (Oct. 3, 2005 09:30 AM ) [ 136960.htm ]
      4. =REPORT =HARMFUL SPECIFICATIONS OPEN SOURCE LKML Linux kernel
      5. Original posting to LKML sep29 2005 12:57 PDT
      6. Equated 'reality' with 'code'.
      7. "Specs are a basis for _talking_about_ things. But they are _not_ a basis for implementing software."

      GokhaleLyu05

      1. Swapna S Gokhale & Michael Rung-Tsong Lyu
      2. A Simulation Approach to Structure-Based Software Reliability Analysis
      3. IEEE Trans Software Engineering V31n8(Aug 2005)pp643-656
      4. =SIMULATION RELIABILITY MODULES FAILURE REPAIR

      KoruTian05

      1. A Gunes Koru & Jeff (Jianhui) Tian
      2. Comparing High-change modules and modules with the highest measurement values in two large-scale Open-Source Products
      3. IEEE Trans Software Engineering V31n8(Aug 2005)pp625-642
      4. =EXPERIENCE MINING OPEN SOURCE Mozilla OpenOffice EVOLUTION MODULES METRICS size cohesion coupling inheritance
      5. Modules that have the most changes are not those with the worst metrics!
      6. High change modules were not quite the highest.
      7. Used Tree based models to correlate metrics and changeability.
      8. Anecdotal: tough problems have highest measures but get the best programmers.
      9. Open source projects are a good source of software engineering data.
      10. Appendix describes the processes in Mozilla and OpenOffice.

      BerzalCuberoMarinVila05

      1. Fernando Berzal & Jean-Carlos Cubero & Nicolas Marin & Maria-Amparo Vila
      2. Lazy Types: Automating Dynamic Strategy Selection
      3. IEEE Software Magazine V22n5(Sep/Oct 2005)pp98-106
      4. =DEMO TECHNICAL POLYMORPHIC TYPES C# .NET
      5. Lazy types have a common interface plus varying attributes and strategies for handling the interface depending on what attributes are available.
      6. Objects gain and loose attributes as the program executes, the methods adapt auto-magically to what attributes are present.
      7. lazy_types_library::= See http://elvex.ugr.es/software/lazy/, -- proof of concept for .NET
      8. Uses hidden factory pattern and strategy pattern.

      ZachosMaidenTosar05

      1. Konstantinos Zachos & Neil Maiden & Amit Tosar
      2. Rich-Media Scenarios for discovering Requirements
      3. IEEE Software Magazine V22n5(Sep/Oct 2005)pp89-97
      4. =DEMO TOOL WEB Requirements TEXT Scenarios + Video Audio BLOBs ART-SCENE DMAN ATC
      5. Figure 2. UML metamodel
      6. ART-SCENE generates What-if alternatives to given normal scenario steps.
      7. ART-SCENE 3 layer architecture.

      Hassler05a

      1. Vesna Hassler
      2. Open Source Libraries for Information Retrieval
      3. IEEE Software Magazine V22n5(Sep/Oct 2005)pp78-82
      4. =SURVEY 5 OPEN SOURCE LIBRARIES IR Xapian Apache Lucene ht://Dig Swish-e DataparkSearch
      5. Notes

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