American Journal of Software Engineering and Applications

Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013

  • Intelligent Assessment and Prediction of Software Characteristics at the Design Stage

    Oksana Pomorova, Tetyana Hovorushchenko

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 25-31
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    Abstract: This article is dedicated to intelligent method and system of design results evaluation and software characteristics prediction on the basis of processing of software metrics sets.
  • An Approach to Modeling Domain-Wide Information, based on Limited Points’ Data – Part I

    John Charlery, Chris D. Smith

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 32-39
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    Abstract: Predicting values at data points in a specified region when only a few values are known is a perennial problem and many approaches have been developed in response. Interpolation schemes provide some success and are the most widely used among the approaches. However, none of those schemes incorporates historical aspects in their formulae. This study... Show More
  • An Approach to Modeling Domain-Wide Information, based on Limited Points’ Data – Part II

    John Charlery, Chris D. Smith

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 40-48
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    Abstract: Predicting values at data points in a specified region when only a few values are known is a perennial problem and many approaches have been developed in response. Interpolation schemes provide some success and are the most widely used among the approaches. However, none of those schemes incorporates historical aspects in their formulae. This stud... Show More
  • Analogy-Based Software Quality Prediction with Project Feature Weights

    Ekbal Rashid, Srikanta Patnaik, Vandana Bhattacharya

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 49-53
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    Abstract: This paper presents analogy-based software quality estimation with project feature weights. The objective of this research is to predict the quality of project accurately and use the results in future predictions. The focus includes identifying parameters on which the quality of software depends. Estimation of rate of improvement of software qualit... Show More
  • The Cognitive Programming Paradigm the Next Programming Struture

    Benjamin Odei Bempong

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 54-67
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    Abstract: The development of computer programming started with the development of the switching logic, because, the computer hardware is made up of millions of digital switches. The activation and deactivation of these switches are through codified instructions – (program) which trigger the switches to function. The computer programming languages have gone t... Show More
  • A Metric Based Approach for Analysis of Software Development Processes in Open Source Environment

    Parminder Kaur, Hardeep Singh

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 68-79
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    Abstract: Open source software (OSS) is a software program whose source code is available to anyone under a license which gives them freedom to run the program, to study, modify and redistribute the copies of original or modified program. Its objective is to encourage the involvement in the form of improvement, modification and distribution of the licensed w... Show More
  • Using the Semantic Web Services to Build a Virtual Medical Analysis Laboratory

    Houda El Bouhissi, Mimoun Malki, Djamila Berramdane, Rafa E. Al-Qutaish

    Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2013
    Pages: 80-85
    Received: 6 May 2013
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    Published: 30 May 2013
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    Abstract: In medical analysis field, patients often must visit a multitude of laboratories related web sites in order to check availability, booking, prices, result duration, and find the nearest laboratory. Thus, these varieties of reasons to visit the web sites make limitations on the usability of them. However, to overcome these limitations, this paper pr... Show More