Athabasca University

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Representational Analysis of Business Process and Business Rule Languages

    With the growing complexity of today's information systems, business process modeling has gained a lot of attention by both academic and industry communities. The authors conducted a representational analysis of a set of business process and business rule modeling languages by using the well-known Bunge-Wand-Weber (BWW) representation model. Their paper...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Stratified Analytic Hierarchy Process: Prioritization and Selection of Software Features

    Product line engineering allows for the rapid development of variants of a domain specific application by using a common set of reusable assets often known as core assets. Variability modeling is a critical issue in product line engineering, where the use of feature modeling is one of most commonly used...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The Effect of Machine Virtualization on the Environmental Impact of Desktop Environments

    This paper evaluates two important and recently prominent ideas in computing science in terms of their combined potential to provide responsive and environmentally responsible alternatives to traditional desktop computing deployments. The ideas of virtualization and green computing are combined to develop a production model for virtual desktop environments. This virtual...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Personalization in Mobile and Pervasive Computing

    Providing the right information and services to the right person at the right time has been a hot research topic for many years, and great progress has been made in search quality, targeted advertisement, and content recommendation. But with the mobile handheld device becoming a dominant platform for accessing the...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Representational Analysis of Business Process and Business Rule Languages

    With the growing complexity of today's information systems, business process modeling has gained a lot of attention by both academic and industry communities. The authors conducted a representational analysis of a set of business process and business rule modeling languages by using the well-known Bunge-Wand-Weber (BWW) representation model. Their paper...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The Effect of Machine Virtualization on the Environmental Impact of Desktop Environments

    This paper evaluates two important and recently prominent ideas in computing science in terms of their combined potential to provide responsive and environmentally responsible alternatives to traditional desktop computing deployments. The ideas of virtualization and green computing are combined to develop a production model for virtual desktop environments. This virtual...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Personalization in Mobile and Pervasive Computing

    Providing the right information and services to the right person at the right time has been a hot research topic for many years, and great progress has been made in search quality, targeted advertisement, and content recommendation. But with the mobile handheld device becoming a dominant platform for accessing the...

    Provided By Athabasca University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Stratified Analytic Hierarchy Process: Prioritization and Selection of Software Features

    Product line engineering allows for the rapid development of variants of a domain specific application by using a common set of reusable assets often known as core assets. Variability modeling is a critical issue in product line engineering, where the use of feature modeling is one of most commonly used...

    Provided By Athabasca University