Software Engineering Techniques: Design for Quality [electronic resource] / edited by Krzysztof Sacha.
Contributor(s): Sacha, Krzysztof [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: IFIP International Federation for Information Processing: 227Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2007Description: X, 378 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387393889.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Software EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Software architectures and implementation technologies -- From Hubs Via Holons to an Adaptive Meta-Architecture — the “AD-HOC” Approach -- A C++ Workbench with Accurate Non-Blocking Garbage Collector for Server Side Internet Applications -- Scenario-based Component Behavior Filtration -- Mobile Ambients in Aspect-Oriented Software Architectures -- The architecture of distributed systems driven by autonomic patterns -- Modeling -- An optimizing OCL Compiler for Metamodeling and Model Transformation Environments -- Crossing the Borderline — From Formal to Semi-Formal Specifications -- Modeling of Component-Based Self-Adapting Context-Aware Applications for Mobile Devices -- A Performance Analysis Infrastructure for Component-Based System Hosted by Middleware -- Estimation of mean response time of multi-agent systems -- Integrated Approach to Modelling and Analysis using RTCP-nets -- Hybrid modeling and verification of Java based software -- Project management -- An evolutionary approach to project management process improvement for software-intensive projects -- Improved Bayesian Networks for Software Project Risk Assessment Using Dynamic Discretisation -- Software Risk Management: a Process Model and a Tool -- Software Quality -- An Approach to Software Quality Specification and Evaluation (SPoQE) -- Feedback from Users on a Software Product to Improve Its Quality in Engineering Applications -- Reaching and Maintaining High Quality of Distributed J2EE Applications — BeesyCluster Case Study -- Verification methods -- Automatic software validation process -- j2eeprof — a tool for testing multitier applications -- An Analysis of Use Case Based Testing Approaches Based on a Defect Taxonomy -- Minimizing Test Execution Time During Test Generation -- An Integrated Regression Testing Framework to Multi-Threaded Java Programs -- DynAlloy as a Formal Method for the Analysis of Java Programs -- Verification of UML State Diagrams Using Concurrent State Machines -- Aspect-oriented Response Injection: an Alternative to Classical Mutation Testing -- Advanced mutation operators applicable in C# programs -- Data management -- An Open Platform of Data Quality Monitoring for ERP Information Systems -- Managing Data from Heterogeneous Data Sources Using Knowledge Layer -- Checkpoint-based resumption in data warehouses -- Software maintenance -- A C++ Refactoring Browser and Method Extraction -- ESC/Java2 as a Tool to Ensure Security in the Source Code of Java Applications -- Formalizing Software Refactoring in the Distributed Environment by aedNLC Graph Grammar -- Minik: A Tool for Maintaining Proper Java Code Structure -- Multidimensional Legacy Aspects of Modernizing Web Based Systems.
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