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  1-10 of 15 Reviews about "Evolutionary Prototyping (D.2.2...)": Date Reviewed
  Designing a mobile application to support the indicated prevention and early intervention of childhood anxiety
Patwardhan M., Stoll R., Hamel D., Amresh A., Gary K., Pina A.  WH 2015 (Proceedings of the Conference on Wireless Health, Bethesda, Maryland,  Oct 14-16, 2015) 1-8, 2015. Type: Proceedings

A mobile health (mHealth) app that addresses both early intervention and prevention of problematic childhood anxiety is presented in this paper. The app is based on the childhood anxiety protocol REACH. Appropriately, user-centered design (UCD) re...

Dec 22 2015
  Abstract state machine nets: closing the gap between business process models and their implementation
Börger E., Fleischmann A.  S-BPM ONE 2015 (Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management, Kiel, Germany,  Apr 23-24, 2015) 1-10, 2015. Type: Proceedings

Process automation has seen many unsuccessful attempts to bridge the gap between requirements specification by domain experts and technical implementation by software developers. This so-called ground model problem is a direct result of the (in ge...

Aug 6 2015
  Formalizing the transition from requirements’ change to design change using an evolutionary traceability model
Wen L., Tuffley D., Dromey R.  Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering 10(3): 181-202, 2014. Type: Article

The evolution and maintenance of software is a field where theory has always been ahead of practice. In particular, it’s notoriously hard to introduce functional changes and document these in a way that guarantees the integrity of the system...

Jun 17 2015
  PEICS: towards HCI patterns into engineering of interactive systems
Breiner K., Seissler M., Meixner G., Forbrig P., Seffah A., Klöckner K.  PEICS 2010 (Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Pattern-Driven Engineering of Interactive Computing Systems, Berlin, Germany,  Jul 20, 2010) 1-3, 2010. Type: Proceedings

The human-computer interaction (HCI) systems community is currently reexamining model-driven software pattern concepts, with the goal of more consistent usability and reusability. A new workshop on pattern-driven engineering of interactive compute...

Sep 16 2010
   Multilevel models in model-driven engineering, product lines, and metaprogramming
Batory D.  IBM Systems Journal 45(3): 527-539, 2006. Type: Article

Contemporary approaches to raising the abstraction level in software design—namely, model-driven engineering, product lines, and metaprogramming—are addressed in this paper. The author elaborates on the possibility of using an ...

Jan 10 2007
  Conceptual modeling and code generation for rich Internet applications
Bozzon A., Comai S., Fraternali P., Carughi G.  Web engineering (Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Web Engineering, Palo Alto, CA,  Jul 11-14, 2006) 353-360, 2006. Type: Proceedings

Bozzon et al. present the results of a comprehensive approach to modeling and design automation for rich Internet applications (RIAs). RIAs are modern Web-based systems with elaborate graphical user interfaces in which clients will eventually be c...

Nov 10 2006
  Web engineering with the visual software circuit board
Avoyan H., Levine B.  World Wide Web (Alternate track papers & posters of the Proceedings of the 13th International World Wide Web Conference, New York, NY, USA,  May 19-21, 2004) 216-217, 2004. Type: Proceedings

A short presentation of a software development approach is provided in this paper. Visual software circuit board (VSCB) technology provides the basis for the approach....

Oct 18 2004
  Advances in evolutionary computing: theory and applications
Ghosh A., Tsutsui S.  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 2003. Type: Divisible Book

This is a compendium of 40 research papers, with an overall length of more than 1,000 pages. The collected papers report on advances in the field of evolutionary computing (EC), a branch of computing founded on the principles of natural evolution....

Feb 3 2004
  Behavioral subtyping relations for active objects
Wehrheim H.  Formal Methods in System Design 23(2): 143-170, 2003. Type: Article

Inheritance creates new classes from old ones by adding functions. Yet, can we be sure that the clients of new classes cannot foul up the clients of old ones? This paper answers this question, using process algebras and communicating sequential pr...

Dec 31 2003
  Gene expression and scalable genetic search
Kargupta H.  In Advances in evolutionary computing. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., 2003. Type: Book Chapter

This is an excellent review of the school of thought that considers gene expression from the perspective of computation and scalability. Kargupta is an expert in this area....

Dec 30 2003
 
 
 
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