Toward a system for Bunks arrangement and assessment.


144 views
Uploaded on:
Description
Toward a system for Bunks order and assessment Letizia Jaccheri This discussion I exhibit me, IDI, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Venture objectives Connection (training, research) Brainsto rming Beds characterization Beds assessment Related work Conclusions and further work Letizia Jaccheri
Transcripts
Slide 1

Toward a structure for COTS arrangement and assessment Letizia Jaccheri Bari 19/12/01

Slide 2

This discussion I exhibit me, IDI, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Project objectives Context (instruction, research) Brainsto rming COTS order COTS assessment Related work Conclusions and further work Bari 19/12/01

Slide 3

Letizia Jaccheri Pisa 1965 Master in CS Pisa 1988 Programmer 1988-1989 PhD in Software Engineering, Torino 1994 Guest specialist in Trondheim from 1990 to 1992 Assistant teacher in Software Engineering Torino 1994-1997 Fã¸rstamanuensis IDI/NTNU 1997 Bari 19/12/01

Slide 4

Assistant from 1991/2 at Politecnico Programming, Introduction to CS, TO (PT) Designed and run new course in Software building 2 at PT Software quality and procedure change (NTNU) Software building design (NTNU) Software advancement environment Software procedure displaying OO SPI Software engneering training Software construction modeling Empirical studies Human perspectives in SE Teaching and exploration Bari 19/12/01

Slide 5

IDI NTNU Bari 19/12/01

Slide 6

Bari 19/12/01

Slide 7

Bari 19/12/01

Slide 8

Project Goals Component out of the Shelf (COTS) Learning/pedagogical objectives Research objectives Bari 19/12/01

Slide 9

A fifth year course, SE expert understudies Best Norwegian understudies, 10% of candidates can begin how to assess innovation how to make esteem by help of new innovation how to learn new innovation P edagogical connection and objectives Bari 19/12/01

Slide 10

Papers about COTS Difficulties in characterizing what a COTS is Few cases Little experimental work Classify and assess existing COTS Develop research speculations A mean not an end Research setting and objectives Bari 19/12/01

Slide 11

Motivation The inspiration for developing scientific classification is to give both analysts and professionals a device that permit conveying, summing up conclusions, and applying examination discoveries (Glass) . Which classes are empy? Why? Having the capacity to assess COTS, likewise by examination The last DB is not an end but rather a mean Bari 19/12/01

Slide 12

Classification and assessment system How to make classes: A COTS characterization pattern How to assess an arrangement of assessment qualities Bari 19/12/01

Slide 13

Brainstorming how did (or would) you tackle the issue of COTS order and assessment? List 3 cases of COTS List a few classes of COTS (programs, DBMS, …) List 3 assessment traits (value, dependability, …) Bari 19/12/01

Slide 14

The pedagogical setting Active Reading Doing Teaching Connecting individuals Research Bari 19/12/01

Slide 15

The procedure Define classes , Propose COTS , propose assessment properties (Students 1. Task) Choose classes, things, assessment qualities, and situations (educator and different specialists) Evaluate COTS (Students 2. Task) Bari 19/12/01

Slide 16

1. Stage deliverables Provide no less than six traits which you accept are noteworthy to portray/assess COTS Provide a rundown of COTS’s to be assessed. Begin from connections Bari 19/12/01

Slide 17

List of programming innovation Java; www.java.sun.com Microsoft; www.microsoft.com Rational; www.rational.com Argo UML; argouml.tigris.org Ibm, www.ibm.com Orion; www.orion.com WAP Empreror (WAP utvikling); www.wapemperor.com Paint Shop Pro 7 (tegning); www.jasc.com Corba; www.corba.org , www.iona.com Winwap; www.winwap.com www.yospace.com PDA www.palm.com Perl www.perl.org Macromedia, www.macromedia.com Bari 19/12/01

Slide 18

List of programming Technology (2) HTML/XHTML/dynamic HTML XML; www.w3c.org Opera www.opera.com Lynx Web TV SMIL www.w3c.org/AudioVideo/Activity Amaya Fetch! Neoplanet Mobile Access www.w3c.org/Mobile/Activity Together ControlCentre www.togethersoft.com Oracle www.oracle.com Jasmine www.cai.com Sybase www.sybase.com Bari 19/12/01

Slide 19

Finding classes Our arrangement is situated in three distinct tomahawks: building level kind stage Bari 19/12/01

Slide 20

3-level Bari 19/12/01

Slide 21

Example (Architectural level) Client Examples are: HTML, Opera, Netscape, Internet Explorer, macromedia streak, java customer compiler, and so forth.. Server Examples are: servlet, javac, JSP, Perl, PhP, Microsoft .net, Microsoft ASP, www.alltheweb.com, and so forth.. Information Bari 19/12/01

Slide 22

Example (kind) executable explanations either in source or parallel structure. Cases are javac, macromedia streak, and so forth.. Guidelines accessible and sanction in some discussion Examples are the html particular as accessible at http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/administration gave by other through some system Examples are we-based rendition control frameworks, for example, www.sourceforge.org , and so on.. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 23

Phase amid improvement Examples are: Macromedia Flash is utilized amid advancement of customer level segments, a last\'s piece running framework Examples are Internet Explorer, mysql, and so forth.. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 24

Evaluation Attributes Acquisition expense Number Ownership expense Number Market size Number Market Number License sort Nominal (website, individual, assessment) Bari 19/12/01

Slide 25

Generating classes 3 x 3 x 2 =18 Bari 19/12/01

Slide 26

Examples HTML (customer, standard, part) Netscape (customer, executable, part) IE (customer, executable, part) Servlet (server, standard, part) PhP (server, standard, part) www.alltheweb.com (customer, administration, operation) Ambiguities may emerge. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 27

Example, java Bari 19/12/01

Slide 28

Assignment 2 Thursday 27th September meeting assessment table rundown of programming things (got from those gave by understudies) understudies will be appointed to things and will assess them as indicated by the regular assessment table Delivery at October fifteenth Results introduced and talked about in a workshop, which will be held the eighteenth of October. Persons from industry take an interest to this workshop Bari 19/12/01

Slide 29

Results from task 1 Proposed things 174, 555, min 4, max 36 Bari 19/12/01

Slide 30

Frequency of classes of proposed things Bari 19/12/01

Slide 31

Architecture  3-level 2-level Standalone/Centralized Blackboard Peer to Peer Client-Server Bari 19/12/01

Slide 32

Kind Executable: ordered, prepared to-run thing. Standard: portraying a recorded standard. Administration: which can be utilized from another thing or straightforwardly by a client. Source: source code. Documentation: documentation for instance portraying other programming things. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 33

Phaseâ  improvement assemblage: things helping accumulation. execution support: change of modules, redesigns and so on start-up: things for beginning another programming thing (for instance boot programs). eliminate: things for closure the life cycle of another thing. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 34

Possibilitiesâ  Resulting in 210 (7x5x6) unmistakable order possibilities???? Bari 19/12/01

Slide 35

Context Items Attributes Scenarios Bari 19/12/01

Slide 36

item development piece of the overall industry execution security/wellbeing dependability hw prerequisites item bolster documentation convenience learnability modifiability maintenability change recurrence permit sort procurement cost sw necessities standard arrangement area particular Evaluation qualities Bari 19/12/01

Slide 37

What do we anticipate that understudies will do? Thinking about sw items concerning 3 situations Not so much establishment and testing Bari 19/12/01

Slide 38

My proposition Architecture = 3-level (customer, server, information) Stand alone Kind (executable, standard, administration) Phase (improvement, organization/execution) We are not keen on structural engineering of advancement apparatuses Bari 19/12/01

Slide 39

Bari 19/12/01

Slide 40

Scenarioes for Technology Evaluation www.amazon.com http://www.idi.ntnu.no/emner/sif80at/Your present venture if relevant, else a previous task. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 41

Amazon Very numerous clients. Customized, element website pages. Recommandations taking into account previous buys, clicked things in session. Vast number of items, item presentations. On-line shopping (single-tick), installment approaches. Email affirmations of acquiring, conveyance. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 42

SIF80AT Few clients, defensive environment for info (secret key ensured). Gives data. Ordinary clients gives information/result include intelligently through a GUI. Typical clients presents, change own information/results. Approved clients perform investigation and insights in view of the conveyed information/results from typical clients. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 43

Own venture If your task is innovation based, assess the rundown programming things to be connected in your undertaking. Else select a previous innovation undertaking to be assessed. Bari 19/12/01

Slide 44

What and how to quantify item development: compose a story Market offer: is a rate, proportion Performance: number of clients it scales to Security/wellbeing: compose a story Bari 19/12/01

Slide 45

Cont. Unwavering quality: compose a story, attempt to say issues hw necessities: list item backing: compose a rundown sw prerequisites: list standard arrangement: ? space particular: if yes, list area Bari 19/12/01

Slide 46

Cont. Documentation: kind (web, on line, and so on.), number of manual pages Usability: level of fulfillment on a scale from 1 to 5 and compose a story Bari 19/12/01

Slide 47

Cont. Learnability: what amount of time does it take to figure out how to utilize this part in this situation? Use recorded information, or writing. Talk about relationship to the diverse situations. Modifiability: how simple is it to alter this thing? Not modifiable, parametrizable, give interface Bari 19/12/01

Slide 48

Cont. Maintenability: this does not have any significant bearing to third part programming change recurrence: what number of discharges/adaptations in the most recent year? permit sorts: list procurement cost: we will need to recognize permit sorts Bari 19/12/01

Slide 49

Results so far Why is this class empty?” A class may be vacant in light

Recommended
View more...