Wroclaw University of Technology

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Significance of Different Software Metrics in Defect Prediction

    This paper presents an empirical analysis of significance of different process and product metrics in defect prediction models. 48 releases of 15 open-source and 38 releases of 7 proprietary projects were investigated. Pearson correlation coefficients with the number of defects were calculated for each of the metrics respectively. Subsequently defect...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Financial Engineering Methods In Insurance

    The aim of this paper is to apply specific statistical tools known and used in finance and risk management to the area of actuarial mathematics. The need for an interdisciplinary approach in both actuarial world and risk management has emerged and has recently been addressed by numerous publications as well...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Pre-Paid Charging System for Sip-P2P Commercial Applications

    The new SIP-P2P approach brings many advantages like the improved reliability and the ease of setup. However, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) offering VoIP services seem to be afraid to lose their profits due to the introduction of SIP-P2P. Claimed is the lack of session establishment control leading to revenue leakages....

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Pattern-Based Software Architecture for Service-Oriented Software Systems

    Service-oriented architecture is a recent conceptual framework for service-oriented software platforms. Architectures are of great importance for the evolution of software systems. The authors present a modelling and transformation technique for service-centric distributed software systems. Architectural configurations, ex-pressed through hierarchical architectural patterns, form the core of a specification and transformation...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Outflow Dynamics in Modeling Oligopoly Markets: The Case of the Mobile Telecommunications Market in Poland

    In this paper, the authors introduce two models of opinion dynamics in oligopoly markets and apply them to a situation, where a new entrant challenges two incumbents of the same size. The models differ in the way the two forces influencing consumer choice - (local) social interactions and (global) advertising...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Pre-Paid Charging System for Sip-P2P Commercial Applications

    The new SIP-P2P approach brings many advantages like the improved reliability and the ease of setup. However, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) offering VoIP services seem to be afraid to lose their profits due to the introduction of SIP-P2P. Claimed is the lack of session establishment control leading to revenue leakages....

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Financial Engineering Methods In Insurance

    The aim of this paper is to apply specific statistical tools known and used in finance and risk management to the area of actuarial mathematics. The need for an interdisciplinary approach in both actuarial world and risk management has emerged and has recently been addressed by numerous publications as well...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Outflow Dynamics in Modeling Oligopoly Markets: The Case of the Mobile Telecommunications Market in Poland

    In this paper, the authors introduce two models of opinion dynamics in oligopoly markets and apply them to a situation, where a new entrant challenges two incumbents of the same size. The models differ in the way the two forces influencing consumer choice - (local) social interactions and (global) advertising...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Pattern-Based Software Architecture for Service-Oriented Software Systems

    Service-oriented architecture is a recent conceptual framework for service-oriented software platforms. Architectures are of great importance for the evolution of software systems. The authors present a modelling and transformation technique for service-centric distributed software systems. Architectural configurations, ex-pressed through hierarchical architectural patterns, form the core of a specification and transformation...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Significance of Different Software Metrics in Defect Prediction

    This paper presents an empirical analysis of significance of different process and product metrics in defect prediction models. 48 releases of 15 open-source and 38 releases of 7 proprietary projects were investigated. Pearson correlation coefficients with the number of defects were calculated for each of the metrics respectively. Subsequently defect...

    Provided By Wroclaw University of Technology