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Inventi Impact - Software Engineering

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    ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Software Engineering’ is a peer reviewed journal under Engineering & Technology. It invites articles from academicians, practicing engineers, and also from new generation college-dropped-out-computers-geeks. The journal aims to process the manuscripts without bothering the academic credentials or affiliation of the author.

  • MEASURING STRUCTURAL CODE QUALITY USING METRICS
    Sandesh Ganjare*, Koustubh Kulkarni, Dinesh B Hanchate, Yogesh Jadhav    Download Full Text

    Object-oriented technology has widely accepted as the preferred way for large as well as small-scale system design. By using this advanced technology we can develop software product of lower maintenance cost and higher quality. It is clear that the available traditional software metrics are insufficient for case of object-oriented software. As a result of that, a set of new object oriented softwar...

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  • INCORPORATING FLOSS PROJECTS IN ACADEMIA
    Manpreet Shrivastava*    Download Full Text

    This paper discusses the role of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects in computer science education and promotes the use of this technology in education field. FLOSS projects and their benefits for student learning and examines the possibilities opened up by pursuing an open source philosophy also it explores the pros and cons of the FLOSS projects. The core requirement in the academia...

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  • NEUROEVOLUTIONARY FEATURE SELECTION USING NEAT
    Soroosh Sohangir, Shahram Rahimi, Bidyut Gupta    Download Full Text

    The larger the size of the data, structured or unstructured, the harder to understand and make use of it. One of the fundamentals to machine learning is feature selection. Feature selection, by reducing the number of irrelevant/redundant features, dramatically reduces the run time of a learning algorithm and leads to a more general concept. In this paper, realization of feature selection through a...

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  • IMPROVEMENT OF IT SERVICE PROCESSES: A STUDY OF CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
    Thaissa Diirr, Gleison Santos    Download Full Text

    Maturity models and Information Technology (IT) service management models guide the definition and improvement of service management processes. Known approaches include ITIL, COBIT, ISO/IEC 20000, CMMI-SVC, and MR-MPS-SV. The implementation of these models results in benefits such as: increased user and customer satisfaction with IT services; financial savings due to less rework and less time used...

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  • USING AN EMPIRICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY OF A NEW USABILITY INSPECTION TECHNIQUE FOR PAPER BASED PROTOTYPES OF WEB APPLICATIONS
    Luis Rivero, Tayana Conte    Download Full Text

    Background: Usability is one of the most important factors that determine the quality of Web applications, which can be verified performing usability inspection. This paper presents the Web Design Usability Evaluation (Web DUE) technique, which allows the identification of usability problems in low-fidelity prototypes (or mockups) of Web applications during the design phases of the development. We...

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  • BUGMAPS-GRANGER: A TOOL FOR VISUALIZING AND PREDICTING BUGS USING GRANGER CAUSALITY TESTS
    Cesar Couto, Marco Tulio Valente, Pedro Pires, Andre Hora, Nicolas Anquetil, Roberto S Bigonha    Download Full Text

    Background: Despite the increasing number of bug analysis tools for exploring bugs in software systems, there are no tools supporting the investigation of causality relationships between internal quality metrics and bugs. In this paper, we propose an extension of the BugMaps tool called BugMaps-Granger that allows the analysis of source code properties that are more likely to cause bugs. For this ...

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