A Process model for component oriented software development

Bayar, Vedat


A process model for component-oriented software engineering
Doğru, Ali Hikmet (2003-03-01)
The investigation of reuse has a long history, eventually maturing into the "build by integration" paradigm. Meanwhile, component technologies also improved along with engineering practices. What is missing is a methodology that uses components within such a paradigm, thus bridging the gap. The authors propose a model devoted to complete component orientation, rather than modifying object-oriented approaches to accommodate components. They investigate component-based technologies to address new needs and, c...
A process assessment model for big data analytics
Gökalp, Ebru; Gökalp, Mert Onuralp; Kayabay, Kerem; Gökalp, Selin; Koçyiğit, Altan; Eren, Pekin Erhan (2022-03-01)
Big data analytics (BDA) grasp the potential of generating valuable insights and empowering businesses to support their strategic decision-making. However, although organizations are aware of BDAs’ potential opportunities, they face challenges to satisfy the BDA-specific processes and integrate them into their daily software development lifecycle. Process capability/ maturity assessment models are used to assist organizations in assessing and realizing the value of emerging capabilities and technologies. Ho...
A measurement framework for component oriented software systems
Salman, Nael; Doğru, Ali Hikmet; Department of Computer Engineering (2006)
A measurement framework is presented for component oriented (CO) software systems. Fundamental concepts in component orientation are defined. The factors that influence CO systems’ structural complexity are identified. Metrics quantifying and characterizing these factors are defined. A set of properties that a CO complexity metric must satisfy are defined. Metrics are evaluated first using the set of properties defined in this thesis and also using the set of properties defined by Tian and Zelkowitz in [84]...
A linear programming model for bank balance sheet management
Guven, S; Persentili, E (1997-08-01)
Bank balance-sheet management which involves the determination of the size and composition of a bank's assets and liabilities over a multiperiod planning horizon is one of the most prominent issues in bank strategic planning. Not only management policy choices, but legal restrictions and minimum safety requirements, dictated by the economic and political environment operated in, mean a balance has to be struck between the conflicting objectives of profitability, liquidity and risk. Bank balance-sheet manage...
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V. Bayar, “A Process model for component oriented software development,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.