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  • Kagawa, A. (2005-07-01)
    This report presents the initial analysis that are available for Hackystat-SQI and future directions.
  • Kou, H. (2005-07-01)
    In this paper we propose a new streaming technique to study software development. As we observed software development consists of a series of activities such as edit, compilation, testing, debug and deployment etc. All ...
  • Lofi, C. (2005-08-01)
    Measurement is an important aspect of Software Engineering as it is the foundation of predictable and controllable software project execution. Measurement is essential for assessing actual project progress, establishing ...
  • Kagawa, A. (2005-08-01)
    Imagine that your project manager has budgeted 200 person-hours for the next month to inspect newly created source code. Unfortunately, in order to inspect all of the documents adequately, you estimate that it will take ...
  • Yamashita, T. (2006-12-01)
    Software engineers generally agree that code reviews reduce development costs and improve software quality by finding defects in the early stages of software development. In addition, code review software tools help the ...
  • Zhang, Q. (2006-12-01)
    Software development is slow, expensive and error prone, often resulting in products with a large number of defects which cause serious problems in usability, reliability, and performance. To combat this problem, software ...
  • Johnson, P. (2006-12-01)
    This report presents the results from a classroom evaluation of Hackystat by ICS 413 and ICS 613 students at the end of Fall, 2006. The students had used Hackystat-UH for approximately six weeks at the time of the evaluation. ...
  • Wingstrom, J.; Casanova, H. (2007-11-01)
    Consider an application that consists of n independent identical tasks to be executed on m computers, with m > n. Assume that each computer can execute a task with a given probability of success (typically <1). One can use ...
  • Wingstrom, J.; Casanova, H. (2007-11-01)
    Desktop grids are compute platforms that aggregate and harvest the idle CPU cycles of individually owned personal computers and workstations. A challenge for using these platforms is that the compute resources are volatile. ...
  • Streveler, D.; Sherlock, S. (2007-12-01)
    World Bank, Health Nutrition and Population, Discussion Paper: The paper begins with the premise that it is not possible to implement an efficient, modern RAP strategy today without the effective use of information technology. ...
  • Menor, M.; Baek, K.; Poisson, G. (2008-01-01)
    To learn more about microbes and overcome the limitations of standard cultured methods, microbial communities are being studied in an uncultured state. In such metagenomic studies, genetic material is sampled from the ...
  • Schanzenbach, D.; Casanova, H. (2008-05-01)
    The accuracy and responsiveness of the Xen CPU Scheduler is evaluated using the "cap value" mechanism provided by Xen. The goal of the evaluation is to determine whether state-of-the-art virtualization technology, and in ...
  • Chu, K.; Brewer, R.; Joseph, S. (2008-05-01)
    The automobile industry has produced many cars with new features over the past decade. Taking advantage of advances in technology, cars today have fuel-efficient hybrid engines, proximately sensors, windshield wipers that ...
  • Quirante, Janel; Sun Yi, Ju (2008-05-13)
    Proposing a syllabus for a new course which will focus on planning and developing a digital library: course description, audience, topics, sample projects, software and tools
  • Yip, William (2008-08-13)
    The intent of this digital library review is to examine the various features and issues of the David Rumsey Map Collection (http://www.davidrumsey.com) by Cartography Associates. This private map collection is comprised ...
  • Stillwell, M.; Schanzenbach, D.; Casanova, H. (2008-09-01)
    In this report we demonstrate the utility of resource allocations that use virtual machine technology for sharing parallel computing resources among competing users. We formalize the resource allocation problem with a ...
  • Robertson, S.; Vatrapu, R.; Abraham, G. (2008-12-01)
    Participants were observed while searching and browsing the internet for campaign information in a mock-voting situation in three online note-taking conditions: No Notes, Private Notes, and Shared Notes. Note taking ...
  • Pager, D. (2009-06-01)
    This paper presents an alternative algorithm for finding the terminal heads of length k of a given string in a given context-free grammar for given k.
  • Pager, D. (2009-06-01)
    The first practical application of the LR algorithm was by [1] for the LALR(1) subset of LR(1) grammars. In [2] an efficient method of producing an LR(1) parser for all LR(1) grammars was described which involves resolving ...
  • Pager, D. (2009-06-01)
    The paper considers circumstances in which it is advantageous to resolve reduce-reduce conflicts at compile time, rather than at compiler-construction time. The application considered is that of translating English to one ...

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