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  • 2012 Sixth International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Software Engineering (TASE)

    Large scale software systems are of growing concern to academia and industry. This poses new challenges to the various aspects of software engineering, for instance, the reliability of software development, Web-oriented software architecture and aspect and object-orientation techniques. New concepts and methodologies are required to enhance the development of SE from theoretical aspects. TASE 2012 is a forum for researchers to present ideas, results, and ongoing research on theoretical advances in SE.

  • 2011 IEEE 5th International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Software Engineering (TASE)

    TASE 2011 aims to become a forum for the presentation and discussion of new fundamental ideas in software engineering of large-scale systems.

  • 2010 4th IEEE International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Software Engineering (TASE)

    automata logics set theory type theory process algebrae probability game theory theorem-proving model-checking simulation-checking testing simulation requirements engineering specification Model-Driven Engineering software architectures and synthesis aspect and object orientation embedded and real-time systems software processes and workflows component-based software engineering software safety, security and reliability reverse engineering and software maintenance

  • 2009 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Software Engineering (TASE)

    Large scale software systems and the Internet are of growing concern to academia and industry. This poses new challenges to the various aspects of software engineering, for instance, the reliability of software development, web-oriented software architecture and aspect and object-orientation techniques. As a result, new concepts and methodologies are required to enhance the development of software engineering from theoretical aspects. TASE 2009 is a forum for researchers from academia, industry and governme

  • 2008 2nd IEEE/IFIP International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Software Engineering (TASE)

    TASE 2008 is a forum for researchers from academia, industry and government to present ideas, results, and ongoing research on theoretical advances in software engineering.


2012 IEEE International Symposium on Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks - POLICY

The symposium brings together researchers and practitioners working on policy-based systems across a wide range of application domains including policy-based networking, privacy, trust and security management, autonomic computing, pervasive systems and enterprise systems. POLICY 2012 is the 13th in a series of successful events, which have provided a forum for discussion and collaboration between researchers, developers and users of policy-based systems.


2011 3rd International Conference on Multimedia Information Networking and Security (MINES)

Multimedia computing and intelligence Information networking and communication Service science and Intelligence Multimedia information security Communication and network security


2010 2nd International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (ICISE)

ICISE2010 aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in information processing technology.

  • 2009 1st International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (ICISE)

    Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Engineering



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Latin America Transactions, IEEE (Revista IEEE America Latina)

The IEEE Region 9 is releasing the IEEE Latin America Transactions to enable the publication of non-published and technically excellent papers from Latin American engineers, in Spanish or Portuguese languages. Engineers and researchers from Portugal and Spain (and others countries with the same language) are also very welcome to submit their proposals.


Security & Privacy, IEEE

IEEE Security & Privacy seeks to stimulate and track advances in security, privacy, and dependability and present these advances for a broad cross-section of academic researchers and industry practitioners. IEEE Security & Privacy aims to provide a unique combination of research articles, case studies, tutorials, and regular departments covering diverse aspects of security and dependability of computer-based systems, including legal ...


Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on

All telecommunications, including telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space, and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; communication theory; and wireless communications.



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Legacy systems migration in CELLEST

E. Stroulia; M. El-Ramly; P. Sorenson; R. Penner Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2000 the New Millennium, 2000

Most research on legacy user interface migration has adopted code understanding as the means for system modeling and reverse engineering. The methodological assumption underlying the CELLEST project is that the purpose of system migration is to enable, and possibly optimize, its current uses on a new platform. This is why CELLEST uses traces of the system-user interaction to reverse engineer ...


Coral Reef Curricular Materials Translation Project

S. H. Walker; A. Newton; A. Ortiz OCEANS '97. MTS/IEEE Conference Proceedings, 1997

Summary form only given. The geographic regions in closest proximity to this planet's coral reef ecosystems are comprised by a large population of Spanish- speaking people. It is important that the classroom teachers in these areas have access to the plethora of information contained in the latest research and curricular materials, many of which are currently published only in English. ...


Prompter-a project planning assistant

R. O'Connor; R. Cochran; T. Moynihan Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2000 the New Millennium, 2000

The aim of the Prompter project was to develop the Prompter tool, a "decision- support tool to assist in the planning and managing of a software project". Prompter has the ability to help software project planners assimilate best practice and 'know how' in the field of software project planning and incorporate expert critiquing which will assist project planners in solving ...


Nonhysteretic Phenomena in the Metal&#x2013;Semiconductor Phase-Transition Loop of <formula formulatype="inline"><tex Notation="TeX">$hbox{VO}_{2}$</tex> </formula> Films for Bolometric Sensor Applications

Michael Gurvitch; Serge Luryi; Aleksandr Polyakov; Alexander Shabalov IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 2010

Hysteresis observed in the resistive semiconductor-to-metal phase transition in VO2 causes problems in bolometric readout, and thus is an obstacle in utilizing this strong phase transition in bolometric sensor applications. It is possible to avoid the unwanted hysteresis when operating in limited temperature ranges within the hysteresis loop of VO2. Nonhysteretic branches (NHB-s) traced in such limited temperature intervals turned ...


Coordination contracts for Java applications

J. Gouveia; G. Koutsoukos; M. Wermelinger; L. Andrade; J. L. Fiadeiro Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2002, 2002

Summary form only given. The authors consider coordination contracts, a modelling primitive based on methodological and mathematical principles, that facilitates the evolution of software systems. Coordination contracts encapsulate the coordination aspects, i.e., the way components interact, and as such may capture the business rules or the protocols that govern interactions within the application and between the application and its environment. ...


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Legacy systems migration in CELLEST

E. Stroulia; M. El-Ramly; P. Sorenson; R. Penner Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2000 the New Millennium, 2000

Most research on legacy user interface migration has adopted code understanding as the means for system modeling and reverse engineering. The methodological assumption underlying the CELLEST project is that the purpose of system migration is to enable, and possibly optimize, its current uses on a new platform. This is why CELLEST uses traces of the system-user interaction to reverse engineer ...


Coral Reef Curricular Materials Translation Project

S. H. Walker; A. Newton; A. Ortiz OCEANS '97. MTS/IEEE Conference Proceedings, 1997

Summary form only given. The geographic regions in closest proximity to this planet's coral reef ecosystems are comprised by a large population of Spanish- speaking people. It is important that the classroom teachers in these areas have access to the plethora of information contained in the latest research and curricular materials, many of which are currently published only in English. ...


Prompter-a project planning assistant

R. O'Connor; R. Cochran; T. Moynihan Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2000 the New Millennium, 2000

The aim of the Prompter project was to develop the Prompter tool, a "decision- support tool to assist in the planning and managing of a software project". Prompter has the ability to help software project planners assimilate best practice and 'know how' in the field of software project planning and incorporate expert critiquing which will assist project planners in solving ...


Nonhysteretic Phenomena in the Metal&#x2013;Semiconductor Phase-Transition Loop of <formula formulatype="inline"><tex Notation="TeX">$hbox{VO}_{2}$</tex> </formula> Films for Bolometric Sensor Applications

Michael Gurvitch; Serge Luryi; Aleksandr Polyakov; Alexander Shabalov IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 2010

Hysteresis observed in the resistive semiconductor-to-metal phase transition in VO2 causes problems in bolometric readout, and thus is an obstacle in utilizing this strong phase transition in bolometric sensor applications. It is possible to avoid the unwanted hysteresis when operating in limited temperature ranges within the hysteresis loop of VO2. Nonhysteretic branches (NHB-s) traced in such limited temperature intervals turned ...


Coordination contracts for Java applications

J. Gouveia; G. Koutsoukos; M. Wermelinger; L. Andrade; J. L. Fiadeiro Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Software Engineering. ICSE 2002, 2002

Summary form only given. The authors consider coordination contracts, a modelling primitive based on methodological and mathematical principles, that facilitates the evolution of software systems. Coordination contracts encapsulate the coordination aspects, i.e., the way components interact, and as such may capture the business rules or the protocols that govern interactions within the application and between the application and its environment. ...


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  • Supplementary Study on Buried Oxide Characterization:

    This chapter proposes a macroscopic physical model for the buried oxide having a transition layer in a SIMOX substrate to estimate the parasitic capacitance. The Clausius-Mossotti relationship for two media is introduced into the model, employing an empirical factor to match with a high-frequency response. Peaks in the capacitance dependence on frequency appear only in devices with the buried oxide having a transition layer. This property can be explained by the proposed model. It is also shown that the transition layer adjacent to buried oxide should be eliminated to reduce parasitic capacitance. [©1992 IEEE. Reprinted, with permission, from Y. Omura and K. Izumi, A macroscopic physical model and capacitive response of the buried oxide having a transition layer in a SIMOX substrate, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol. 39, pp. 1916-1921, 1992.]

  • Transmission Line for Digital TelevisionThis chapter was originally written for Harris Corporation for use in the 1998 DTV Express Handbook, Transmission Line for Digital Television, and is used here with permission.

    In this chapter the essential criteria for transmission line selection for a digital television system are presented. The relationship between transmission line attenuation, dissipation, and power-handling capability is examined. These relationships are applied to the transmission line options available to the broadcaster, including rigid coax, corrugated cables, and waveguides. The purpose of this discussion is to show the effect of line selection on the ability to achieve a specified system output and the effect of selection decisions on other system performance parameters. The importance of maintaining low-voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) on system performance, the extent of linear distortions for the various line types, frequency and bandwidth limitations, wind loading, and the benefits of pressurization are also reviewed. A transmission line figure of merit that should be useful as an aid to transmission line selection is also described.

  • Reliability GrowthReprinted with editorial changes from Achieving Phenomenal Reliability Growth, by Clifton J. Seusy with permission from Proceedings of the ASM Conference on Reliability, pp. 7988, 1987, ASM InternationalMaterials Park, Ohio.

    This chapter is one of several in this book that was reprinted with permission of the author. Again recognizing that there are a myriad of viable AST techniques outside of the scope of the AT&T and Lucent reliability procedures, in this portion of the book we provide a complementary approach to the economics and optimization methods delineated in Chapter 6. Though written quite a while ago (1987), Seusy's work is still highly applicable in today's drive to achieve high reliability in a globally competitive marketplace. He initially applies a theoretical treatment to the fundamental question that any reliability engineer must answer: How many units do I need to test given constraints of money, time, and effort to attain one's reliability goals? After presenting a methodology to answer this question, he proceeds to practical discussions of prototype acquisition, stressing, failure mode analysis and tracking, and corrective action. The tools presented here were derived from statistical theory and from experience. Numerous case studies are presented to illustrate the successful application of these principles. What Is Reliability Growth? How Many Units Must Be Tested? Failure Mode Distribution How Are These Units Acquired? The Success of Failures Attained by Stress Testing Results Conclusions Acknowledgments References

  • Automation of Transformation Schemas for ObjectOriented SimulationsFigures 7.3a, 7.4a, 7.4b, 7.4c, and 7.10.14 are reprinted from An objectoriented simulation procedure for automating transformation, by C. Coomber, in International Journal in Computer Simulation with permission from the author and Ablex Publishing Corporation.

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Transformation Schema The SEE Object-Oriented Modeling Scheme Object Mapping Example - A Door Security System Executing a System of Objects Execution Example - Door Security System Revisited Conclusion Appendix This chapter contains sections titled: References

  • Production AST with Computer DisksReprinted from A Method of Reliability Improvement Using Accelerated Testing Methodologies, in the Proceedings of the NEPCON West Conference, pp. 431439, with permission from the author and Reed Exhibition Companies 1996.

    Reliability growth is a major goal of many new product introductions. There are many ways of achieving this growth in a new product. One of the new methods, production AST or highly accelerated stress screening (HASS)[1], is discussed in this chapter. Utilizing Highly Accelerated Stress Screening along with highly focused root cause analysis win help reliability grow rapidly, which is highly desirable in today's fast-moving time-to-market-driven companies. An example of how this process works based on the experience gained in the introduction of a new power system is discussed. HASS is part of an overall iterative process of forcing failures, analysis, correction, and retesting. HASS itself needs to be continually monitored for its effectiveness, and corrections must be made for missed defects. Case studies, with reliability data, are presented to demonstrate how HASS can be a major part of a reliability growth process. Introduction Growing Reliability Problem Case Study Product Flow Profile Utilized A Look at the Failure Mechanisms The Bottom Line Conclusion References

  • Statement of Personal Philosophy Regarding Teaching and learningReprinted with permission of Mary Anne Carroll, 1996.

    Tomorrow's Professor is designed to help you prepare for, find, and succeed at academic careers in science and engineering. It looks at the full range of North American four-year academic institutions while featuring 30 vignettes and more than 50 individual stories that bring to life the principles and strategies outlined in the book. Tailored for today's graduate students, postdocs, and beginning professors, Tomorrow's Professor: Presents a no-holds-barred look at the academic enterprise Describes a powerful preparation strategy to make you competitive for academic positions while maintaining your options for worthwhile careers in government and industry Explains how to get the offer you want and start-up package you need to help ensure success in your first critical years on the job Provides essential insights from experienced faculty on how to develop a rewarding academic career and a quality of life that is both balanced and fulfilling At a time when anxiety about academic career opportunities for Ph.D.s in these field is at an all-time high, Tomorrow's Professor provides a much-needed practical approach to career development.

  • Two-Dimensionally Confined Injection Phenomena at Low Temperatures in Sub-10-nm-Thick SOI Lubistors

    This chapter describes confined carrier injection phenomena in thin-SOI Lubistors fabricated on SIMOX substrates. At 28 K conductance shows step-like anomalies due to the manifestation of a two-dimensional subband system in an 8 -nm-thick SOI structure at a low gate bias. Conductance shows an oscillation- like feature at a high gate bias owing to the injection mode change. These effects are examined by theoretical simulations based on quantum mechanics. [©1996 IEEE. Reprinted, with permission, from Y. Omura, Two-dimensionally confined injection phenomena at low temperatures in sub-10-nm-thick SOI insulated-gate p-n-junction devices, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol. 43, pp. 436-443, 1996.]

  • Ownership and the Fine Print

    What should we make of this language? There are at least three ways we might think about the legal impact of this sort of notice. First, it might mean, as the hat maker probably intends, that you don't own the hat after forking over your $100. The notice could transform a deal that looks like a sale--a transfer of ownership from one party to another--into something less--mere permission to possess and use the hat. Second, the notice might form the basis of a contract.

  • Common Shortcomings of Grant ProposalsFrom R. V. Smith, Graduate Research: A Guide for Students in the Sciences. New York: Plenum, 1990, p. 243, Table 122. Copyright 1990 by Robert V. Smith. Reprinted with permission. Smith&#39;s table was constructed in part from E.M.Allen, Why are research grant applications disapproved?, Science, vol. 132, pp. 15321534, 1960. Copyright 1960 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Reprinted with permission.

    Tomorrow's Professor is designed to help you prepare for, find, and succeed at academic careers in science and engineering. It looks at the full range of North American four-year academic institutions while featuring 30 vignettes and more than 50 individual stories that bring to life the principles and strategies outlined in the book. Tailored for today's graduate students, postdocs, and beginning professors, Tomorrow's Professor: Presents a no-holds-barred look at the academic enterprise Describes a powerful preparation strategy to make you competitive for academic positions while maintaining your options for worthwhile careers in government and industry Explains how to get the offer you want and start-up package you need to help ensure success in your first critical years on the job Provides essential insights from experienced faculty on how to develop a rewarding academic career and a quality of life that is both balanced and fulfilling At a time when anxiety about academic career opportunities for Ph.D.s in these field is at an all-time high, Tomorrow's Professor provides a much-needed practical approach to career development.

  • Gate-Controlled Bipolar Action in the Ultra-Thin Dynamic Threshold SOI MOSFET

    This chapter demonstrates some interesting attributes of the ultra-thin dynamic threshold (DT) MOSFET. It is shown that the bipolar action is suppressed or enhanced by the gate following the mechanism of Lubistor operation. This chapter considers the experimental results in addressing the channel-polarity dependence of the bipolar action of the ultra-thin-body DT- MOSFET and demonstrates the potential of the ultra-thin SOI DT-MOS from the point of view of application to 1-V operation circuits. As a result, it is strongly suggested that we can expect to realize a DT-MOSFET suitable for low- power and low-noise circuit applications. [©2007 IEEE. Reprinted, with permission, from Y. Omura and T. Tochio, Gate-Controlled Bipolar Action in Ultrathin-Body Dynamic-Threshold SOI MOSFET, Proceedings of IEEE International SOI Conference, Indian Wells, October 2007, pp. 63-64. ©2008 IEEE. Reprinted, with permission, from T. Tochio and Y. Omura, Transport Aspects and Comparison of n-Channel and p-Channel Ultra-Thin-Body Dynamic-Threshold MOSFETs, Digest of IEEE International Meeting for Future of Electron Devices, Kansai (IMFEDK2008), pp. 53-54.]



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