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  • INES at the 38th Annual IEEE International Computers, Software, and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

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    Publicado em May 9th, 2014Publications

    A paper from ASSERT Members has been accepted for the Industrial Session of the 38th Annual International Computers, Software & Applications Conference (COMPSAC 2014) to be held in Västerås, Sweden, on July 2014. The paper is entitled  “Experiences Integrating Heterogeneous Government Open Data Sources to Deliver Services and Promote Transparency in Brazil“, by Kellyton dos Santos Brito, Marcos Antonio da Silva Costa, Vinicius Cardoso Garcia and Silvio Romero de Lemos Meira.

    A brief summary of the paper is following: “The use of Government Open Data to deliver services and promote transparency is a current goal of many governments. In this paper, we briefly describe two contest winner applications with focus on these goals, and present a discussion about the difficulties of integrating Government Open Data to develop them.”

    This activity is part of the project “Social Machines and Research Team – SMaRT” and is one of the results of the research being done by ASSERT Lab.

    This paper will be soon available on IEEE Digital Library. A new post will be done after the conference, presenting our impressions of the event and the feedback from research community about the work.

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  • INES Researchers will present paper at SEKE’2014

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    Publicado em May 9th, 2014Publications
    José Amancio Macedo Santos and Manoel Gomes de Mendonça Neto will present a full paper at the he  26th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), in Vancouver, Canada.
    Entitled Identifying strategies on god class detection in two controlled experiments, the paper is part of the Evidence-based Software Engineering- INES Project.
    The paper explores the human conceptualization of software design anomalies (commonly called code smells) and it is part of the work Mr. Santos is doing towards his PhD Dissertation.
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