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van Hulzen, J.J.P. (author), de Moel, R.P. (author)
Technical/industrial automation focusses on the primary business processes, such as design and fabrication of products. In view of the importance extensive studies are required to demonstrate the feasibility and to motivates various choices. Moreover stringent requirements for the information supply will be defined. The National Aerospace...
report 1986
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van Hulzen, J.J.P. (author)
The informatics policy at NLR is focussed on providing an infrastructure for the development of information systems. A new component in the infrastructure is the method base system, designed to support the management and use of algorithm implemented in programs. The preliminary design analyses the functions of the method base system and...
report 1987
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Weber, J.H. (author)
doctoral thesis 1989
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van der Wees, A.J. (author), van den Berg, J.I. (author)
NLR mainly performs applied scientific research for use in the aerospace industry. In many cases the product has the form of an information system for the design, production and usage of aerospace vehicles. Within this context, the mathematician contributes, in cooperation with specialists from other disciplines such as aerodynamics, structures,...
report 1990
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Loeve, W. (author)
For Support and Research and of Education in Universities computers are required. In the paper advantages and disadvantages of centralized and decentralized automation and support groups are discussed.
report 1990
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de Jong, S. (author)
The predesign document of DEFMEF presents the decisive requirements for the DEFMEF language and the associated DEFMEF translator. It also shows a basic technical design, which fulfills the requirements. DEFMEF as a software design language has been designed so, that it is possible to describe both a technical design and a detailed design with it...
report 1991
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Zeng, S. (author), Wesseling, P. (author)
report 1992
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Loeve, W. (author), Baalbergen, E.H. (author)
In development of High Performance Computing and Networking (HPCN) for simulation applications several targets have to be realized. It is recpiired to maximize not only computational speed but also to maximize applicability in engineering environments. For applications in which HPCN-based simulations are economically and technically necessary...
report 1994
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Vogels, M.E.S. (author)
For flow simulation around (parts of) aerospace vehicles, aerospace industry needs CFD software. For users in industry, not only the functionality of the software is relevant. Timely availability and cost of the first version and later versions are other relevant factors. These factors are represented in the software characteristics timeliness,...
report 1997
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Stojanovic, Z. (author)
Information technology (IT) and systems have become the backbone of modern enterprises providing a wealth of new opportunities for conducting business. The ability of an enterprise to manage the complexity of its information systems and rapidly adapt to business changes has been widely recognized as a crucial factor for business success. There...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Nami, M.R. (author), Sharifi, M. (author), Malekpour, A. (author)
Recently, several flavors of Formal Methods (FMs) have been gaining industrial acceptance and production quality software tools have begun emerging. Domain Engineering (DE) has been introduced as one of outstanding ideas in software development. It serves form al methods that provide a rigorous, mathematical based framework (domain model) for...
conference paper 2007
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Graaf, B.S. (author)
Software evolves continuously. As a consequence, software systems tend to become increasingly complex and, as such, more difficult to change. A software system's complexity is for a large part determined by its structure, or architecture. In this thesis we investigate how to reduce the risks and costs associated with the evolution of software...
doctoral thesis 2007
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Marin, A.M. (author)
Evolution of software systems accounts for the largest part of their lifecycle and costs. Software engineers therefore, more often than developing new systems, work on complex, existing ones that they have to understand in order to modify them. Understanding such systems requires insight into the various concerns the systems implement, many of...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Brinkman, W.P. (author), Haakma, R. (author), Bouwhuis, D.G. (author)
This paper presents the results of a meta-analysis carried out on the results of six experiments to support the claim that component-specific usability measures are on average statistically more powerful than overall usability measures when comparing different versions of a part of a system. An increase in test effectiveness implies the need for...
journal article 2008
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Boogerd, C.J. (author)
Automatic Code Inspection tools help developers in early detection of defects in software. A well-known drawback of many automatic inspection approaches is that they yield too many warnings and require a clearer focus. In this thesis, we provide such focus by proposing two methods to prioritize inspection results, based on the execution...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Fitrianie, S. (author)
The move to smaller, lighter and more powerful (mobile) handheld devices, whe-ther PDAs or smart-phones, looks like a trend that is building up speed. With numerous embedded technologies and wireless connectivity, the drift opens up unlimited opportunities in daily activities that are both more efficient and more exciting. Despite all these...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Gonzalez Sanchez, A. (author)
Software testing and diagnosis (debugging) is a time-consuming but rather important task for improving software reliability. It is therefore necessary to devise an appropriate verification strategy that not only achieves this reliability goal, but also does this at a minimum cost. Since exhaustive testing is hardly ever possible, testing...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Dullemond, K. (author), Van Gameren, B. (author), Van Solingen, R. (author)
Software engineering is by nature a highly collaborative activity. However, collaborating effectively in Global Software Engineering, in which team members are geographically, temporally and/or socio-culturally separated from each other, is more difficult. In a traditional co-located setting, one of the most important communication patterns is a...
report 2011
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Vermolen, S.D. (author)
Software plays a critical role in our daily life. Vast amounts of money are spent on more and more complex systems. All software, regardless if it controls a plane or the game on your phone is never finished. Software changes when it contains bugs or when new functionality is added. This process of change is called software eovlution. Despite...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Romano, D. (author), Raila, P. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Khomh, F. (author)
Preprint of paper published in: WCRE 2012 - Proceedings of the 19th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering, 15-18 October 2012; doi:10.1109/WCRE.2012.53 Antipatterns are poor solutions to design and implementation problems which are claimed to make object oriented systems hard to maintain. Our recent studies showed that classes with...
report 2012
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