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    • Understanding Human Errors to Improve Requirements Quality 

      Manjunath, Kavitha (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Requirements engineering is the first and perhaps the most important phase of software life cycle. Software faults committed during the requirements development, if left undetected can affect downstream activities. While ...
    • An Unmanned Air Vehicle Simulator in C# 

      Mukhami, Sudesh (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Simian is an agent based legacy simulator developed in Java used to develop scenarios involving unmanned air vehicles. The goal of this paper is to host the Simian simulator on a C# platform and also to extend the currently ...
    • A User Interface Prototype of Test Support As-A-Service 

      Kale, Neha (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Cloud computing provides software as a service over the internet. With the increasing popularity of cloud applications, the development of error-free cloud-based applications that function reliably is necessary. Software ...
    • Using Learning Styles of Software Professionals to Improve Their Inspection Performance: An Empirical Study 

      Singh, Abhinav (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      In the IT industry, good requirements specification plays a vital role in software projects success. Researches revealed that early detection of faults in a requirements document saves significant amount of rework. To ...
    • Using Learning Theory in a Hypermedia-Based Petri Net Modeling Tutorial 

      Anu, Vaibhav Kumar (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The primary aim of this paper is to examine the dominant schools of thought in relation to educational theories and learning styles and in what manner various hypermedia technologies can be integrated into educational ...
    • Using Message Queuing to Drive Polyglot Identity and Access Management Development 

      Frovarp, Richard Ernest Orvin (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      This paper describes a method of using an Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) broker, RabbitMQ in particular, to facilitate the management of accounts across a variety of systems. Higher education poses a unique ...
    • A Web Application for Design and Sign System Using ASP.NET 

      Nuthulapati, Sri Lalitha (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Design and Sign System is a web application which aims to improvise the user interface, work management along with existing database of a legacy application that allows administration team to maintain day-to-day activities ...
    • The Web Based Meeting Scheduler 

      Sharma, Mayukh (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      In this paper I present a Web based Meeting Scheduler which is a web-based easy to use group calendar application for scheduling events, reserving meeting rooms and scheduling meetings. Meetings and events may be scheduled ...
    • Web-Based Smart Farm Visualization GIS Tool 

      Agarwal, Abhishek (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Visualization of data is much more vibrant and informative than a written description could ever be. Continued research on information visualization has resulted in discovery of a number of designs and variety of techniques. ...
    • Wireless Sensor Network Scheduling and Coverage Using an ABC Algorithm 

      Pachaiyappan, Sathya (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Limited sensor battery capacity is a major issue in wireless sensor networks. If all of the sensors in a network need not be in an awake state to provide adequate coverage at any given time, it is possible to strategically ...
    • XGraphML-A Tool for Transforming UML to GraphML 

      Raavi, Sandeep (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This paper proposes and implements XGraphML, a tool which transforms a file from a UML format to a GraphML using XSLT and JAXP technologies. The tool connects ArgoUML with VEGGIE through this transformation. ArgoUML is ...
    • Zero-Trust Architecture and Its Cost-Effectiveness on Network Security 

      Adahman, Zillah (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Zero-Trust Architecture (ZTA) is a ‘Never Trust, Always Verify’ concept to improve cybersecurity by eliminating trust and validating network requests continuously. ZTA replaces Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and provides ...