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Van Huijstee, J.J.A. (author)
The Marine Spill Simulation Software Set is based on physical and information theoretical components. The physical component of the simulation model consists of a system of differential and algebraic equations that describe processes which influence the motions and characteristics of oil at sea. This report deals especially with the information...
master thesis 1985
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Koning, A.S. (author), Verwoerd, R.J.T. (author)
This document describe the development cycle of the website for publications for the Delft University of Technology, Faculty Electrical Engeneering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Department Paralel and Distributed Systems. This include analysis, implementation, testing and the obstacles we came across during this cycle.
bachelor thesis 2004
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Meeuws, R.J. (author)
Heterogeneous System Development needs Hardware/Software Partitioning performed early on in the development process. In order to do this early on predictions of hardware resource usage and delay are necessary. In this thesis a Quantitative Model is presented that can make early predictions to support the partitioning process. The model is based...
master thesis 2007
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Lubsen, Z.A. (author)
Unit testing is generally accepted as an aid to produce high quality code, and can provide quick feedback to developers on the quality of the software. To have a high quality and well maintained test suite requires the production and test code to synchronously co-evolve, as added or changed production code should be tested as soon as possible....
master thesis 2008
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Voets, R. (author)
As opposed to static analysis, in which source code is inspected in order to increase program understanding, dynamic analysis concerns the actual execution of a program and the collection of runtime data. Several strategies to retrieve dynamic information exist, including source code instrumentation and the use of a customized debugger. Since...
master thesis 2008
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Zhang, Y. (author)
Improve software security evaluation by combining fuzzing and genetic algorithms.
master thesis 2008
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Dullemond, K. (author), Van Gameren, B.J.A. (author)
Because of the distance between the dispersed development locations, Global Software Development (GSD) is confronted with challenges regarding communication, coordination and control of the development work. At the same time, agile software development is strongly built upon communication between engineers and has proven its benefits, although,...
master thesis 2009
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De Gans, M. (author), Verloop, D. (author)
Eindverslag Bachelorproject Technische Informatica. De ontwikkeling van een analyse systeem voor logbestanden gegenereerd door de applicatie TOPdesk Enterprise.
bachelor thesis 2009
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Mulder, F. (author)
Cross-cutting concerns are pieces of functionality that have not been captured into a separate module. They form a problem as they hinder program comprehension and maintainability. Solving this problem requires first identifying these cross-cutting concerns in pieces of software. Several methods for doing this have been proposed but the option...
master thesis 2009
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Boedhram, V.R.K. (author), Algoe, S.S.R.W. (author)
Often organizations do not exactly know what they desire, when it comes to information systems. Professional companies like ForMetis are needed to give advice and design tailor made information systems for organizations that have the need of it. To do so, one usually uses a software developing methodology. ForMetis has developed such a...
master thesis 2009
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Valkema, M. (author)
Due to a competitive business environment and demanding customers, many companies turn to globally distributed software development and agile methodologies. Globally distributed software engineering can bring great advantages in reducing costs, reducing time to market, and give access to a larger pool of skilled resources. Agile methodologies...
master thesis 2009
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Anguelov, Z.V. (author)
Because of their poor Business/IT alignment, many legacy systems lack the flexibility to support rapid changes to the business processes they implement, required by today's enterprises. Furthermore, after many years of maintenance, there is a need to manage their resulting increased complexity and maximize asset utilization through reuse. The...
master thesis 2010
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Luijten, B.J.H. (author)
Ensuring maintainability is an important aspect of the software development cycle. Maintainable software will be easier to understand and change correctly. The Software Improvement Group (SIG) has developed a method to measure a software system's maintainability based on well-known code metrics. In this thesis we explore the relationships...
master thesis 2010
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Borthwick, M.E.G. (author)
Time management is an essential part of every company, and the amount of energy devoted to keeping a business running smoothly can be surprisingly large. To keep track of the relevant factors there are a variety of management tools available, with different focuses and purposes. Companies tend to use a mix of these tools to fit their specific...
master thesis 2010
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Sukirman, E. (author)
There are two aims in this project. The first is to redesign product with great User Experience (UX). The second aim is to gain knowledge on how the company can shift their innovation process from technology push to market pull strategy thus becoming a customer-centric organization. Both aims challenge a designer in CREATING PRODUCT PEOPLE LOVE...
master thesis 2010
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An, F. (author), Eroglu, I. (author), Slotema, M. (author)
Een onderzoek naar radartheorie om te gebruiken in een adaptive cruise control systeem.
bachelor thesis 2010
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Pesman, T. (author)
This thesis covers the topic of software maintenance on a system which consists of a Data Distribution Service (DDS) and a Complex Event Processing (CEP) engine. Software maintenance on this system is hard to perform, because of the dependencies between the different components. This thesis answers the main research question: ”To which extent do...
master thesis 2010
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Matthijssen, N.A. (author)
Ajax is an umbrella term for a set of technologies that allows web developers to create highly interactive web applications. Ajax applications are complex; they consist of multiple heterogeneous artifacts which are combined in a highly dynamic fashion. This complexity makes Ajax applications hard to understand, and thus to maintain. For this...
master thesis 2010
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Daas, D. (author)
This thesis outlines the process of designing a decision support system (DSS) for business model design within an organizational context. The DSS is also developed and applied to several critical design issues for a specific Software-as-a-Service provider. An empirical analysis is carried out to estimate reservation prices, which are used as an...
master thesis 2010
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Den Hollander, M.A. (author)
While test generators have the potential to significantly reduce the costs of software testing and have the ability to increase the quality of the software tests (and thus, the software itself), they unfortunately have only limited support for testing object-oriented software and their underlying test generation techniques fail to scale up to...
master thesis 2010
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