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Didar Zowghi, Zhi Jin
This book constitutes the proceedings of the first Asia Pacific Requirements Engineering Symposium, APRES 2014, held in Auckland, New Zealand, in April 2014. The 16 papers presented were carefully rev ...
Relating Software Requirements and Architectures
Paris Avgeriou, John Grundy, Jon G. Hall, Patricia Lago, Ivan Mistrik
In this book leading researchers and practitioners describe the disciplines of software requirements engineering and software architecture, identify key issues, examine the state of the art in research and practice and outline emerging trends and challenges.
Recommendation Systems in Software Engineering
Martin P. Robillard, Walid Maalej, Robert J Walker, Thomas Zimmermann
This book surveys and analyzes information on recommendation systems in software engineering, in separate sections on Techniques, Evaluation and Applications. A supplemental website offers additional material, including lecture slides, source code and more.
Rationale-Based Software Engineering
Janet E. Burge, John M. Carroll, Raymond McCall, Ivan Mistrik
Rationale Management in Software Engineering
Allen H. Dutoit, Raymond McCall, Ivan Mistrik, Barbara Paech
Product-Focused Software Process Improvement
Andreas Jedlitschka, Pasi Kuvaja, Marco Kuhrmann, Tomi Männistö, Jürgen Münch, Mikko Raatikainen
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, PROFES 2014, held in Helsinki, Finland, in December 2014. The 18 re ...
OpenSHMEM and Related Technologies. Experiences, Implementations, and Tools
Stephen Poole, Oscar Hernandez, Pavel Shamis
This book constitutes the proceedings of the First OpenSHMEM Workshop, held in Annapolis, MD, USA, in March 2014. The 12 technical papers and 2 short position papers presented in this book were carefu ...
Ontology-Driven Software Development
Jeff Z. Pan, Steffen Staab, Uwe Aßmann, Jürgen Ebert, Yuting Zhao
This volume establishes a new quality standard for software products, and increased efficiency in their development, by applying findings in the field of logic to mainstream software development and its languages. It covers both domain and software modeling.