Software Patterns, Knowledge Maps, and Domain Analysis.pdf

Software Patterns, Knowledge Maps, and Domain Analysis.pdf


This book delineates a new creation process and provides an understanding of software pattern languages and true domain analysis, based on the fundamental concepts of software stability. It introduces a very well defined paradigm for creating pattern languages, software patterns, and better software development methodology that leads to highly reusable artifacts and high quality, cost-effective systems. Each chapter of the book concludes with an open research issue, review questions, exercises, and a series of projects.

DR. M.E. FAYAD is a Full Professor of Computer Engineering at San Jose State University from 2002 to present. He was a J.D. Edwards Professor, Computer Science & Engineering, at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, from 1999 to 2002, and an associate professor at the computer science and computer engineering faculty at the University of Nevada, from 1995 - 1999. He has 15+ years of industrial experience. Dr. Fayad is an IEEE Distinguished Speaker, an Associate Editor, Editorial Advisor, a columnist for The Communications of the ACM and his column is Thinking Objectively, a columnist for Al-Ahram Egyptians Newspaper (2 million subscribers), an Editor-In-Chief for IEEE Computer Society Press - Computer Science and Engineering Practice Press (1995-1997), a general chair of IEEE/Arab Computer Society International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA 2001), Beirut, Lebanon, June 26-29, 2001, and the founder and president of Arab Computer Society (ACS) from April 2004 to April 2007. Dr. Fayad is a known and well-recognized authority in the domain of theory and the applications of software engineering. Fayad's publications are in the very core, archival journals and conferences in the software engineering field Dr. Fayad was a guest editor on Eleven (11) theme issues: CACM's OO Experiences, Oct. 1995, IEEE Computer's Managing OO Software Development Projects, Sept. 1996, CACM's Software Patterns, Oct. 1996, CACM's OO Application Frameworks, Oct. 1997, ACM Computing Surveys - OO Application Frameworks, March 2000, IEEE Software - Software Engineering in-the-small, Sept./Oct. 2000, and International Journal on Software Practice and Experiences, July 2001, IEEE Transaction on Robotics and Automation- Object-Oriented Methods for Distributed Control Architecture, October 2002, Annals of Software Engineering Journal - OO Web-Based Software Engineering, October 2002, Journal of Systems and Software, Elsevier, Software Architectures and Mobility, July 2010, and Pattern Languages: Addressing the Challenges, the Journal of Software, Practice and Experience, March-April. 2012. Dr. Fayad has published more than 218 high quality papers, that includes profound and well-cited reports (more than 50 in number) in reputed journals, and 84 advanced articles in refereed conferences, more than 20 well-received and cited journal columns, 16 blogged columns; 11 well-cited theme issues in prestigious journals and flagship magazines, 24 different workshops in very respected conferences, over 125 tutorials, seminars, and short presentations in 30+ different counties, such as Hong Kong (April 96), Canada (12 times), Bahrain (2 times), Saudi Arabia (3 times), Egypt (25 times), Lebanon (04 & 05), UAE (2 times), Qatar (2 times), Portugal (Oct. 96, July 99), Finland (2 times), UK (3 times), Holland (3 times), Germany (4 times), Mexico (Oct. 98), Argentina (3 times), Chile (00), Peru (02), and Spain (02), Brazil (04), a founder of 7 new online journals, NASA Red Team Review of QRAS and NSF-USA Research Delegations' Workshops to Argentina and Chili and four authoritative books, of which three of them are translated into different languages such as Chinese and over 5 books currently in progress. Dr. Fayad is also filling for 8 new, valuable, and innovative patents and developed over 800 stable software patterns. Dr. Fayad received an MS and a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. His research topic was OO Software Engineering: Problems & Perspectives. He is the lead author of several classic Wiley books: Transition to OO Software Development, August 1998, Building Application Frameworks, Sept., 1999, Implementing Application Frameworks, Sept., 1999, Domain-Specific Application Frameworks, Oct., 1999, and several new books in Progress, such as: Stable Analysis Patterns, Stable Design Patterns, Unified Software Architectures, Service and Production Engines, Moviemaking: UML and Knowledge Map in Action, UML in Action, Unified Software Engine, and Knowledge Map: True Domain Analysis Approach Huascar A. Sanchez is a PhD candidate in University of California Santa Cruz's Computer Science Department. His research interest include software engineering, specifically source code curation; an approach to discovering, cleaning, and refining online code snippets upon which to build programs. Sanchez has a MS in software engineering from San Jose State University. Contact him at Srikanth G.K. Hegde is a professional Internet security consultant and a freelance writer with a Master's Degree to his credit. His areas of interest include Internet Security, Networking, Social Media Marketing, Antivirus, Adware, Spyware Removal and its Management, Internet Safety, Network Security Policy, Broadband and Internet/Security protocols. In addition, his domains of interest also include preparing articles, whitepapers, and status reports on diverse industries, businesses, global events, finance, and business management. Furthermore, he has also published numerous articles on software patterns (analysis and design), pattern development, patterns composition and knowledge map, in association with Dr. Prof. M.E.Fayad, who is a noted authority on Software Patterns, Knowledge Maps, Patterns Design, and who is also a well-known expert on writing a range of software stability columns, books, status papers, conference articles, books, case studies and peer-reviewed journal articles. Srikanth G.K. is also an experienced freelance writer with more than 15 years of experience in writing books, articles, columns, critiques and various other e publications. Ashka Vakil is an accomplished software engineer who specializes in building highly complex enterprise applications. Ashka has eight plus years of extensive experience in architecture, design and agile development. Ashka is an expert in mobile application and cloud application development. Ashka is highly proficient in Java, HTML, JavaScript, Web services, SQL and multitude of other technologies used in modern web applications. Currently Ashka works for SAP, German multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. As a senior software engineer she is responsible for building custom enterprise grade mobile applications for SAP customers. Prior to joining SAP, Ashka worked as a software engineer at Tata Consultancy Services, largest India-based IT Services Company. Ashka did her Masters in Software Engineering with focus on Enterprise Software Technologies from San Jose State University and graduated with highest honors. Anshu Basia is a software engineer with extensive experience and management skills. Her specialization include analyzing, designing and developing complex enterprise solutions in agile environment. Anshu is highly proficient in Java, Spring, Struts, HTML, JavaScript, Rest Web services, SQL and multitude of other technologies used in modern applications. Currently Anshu works for Quisk, a global technology company that partners with financial institutions and others to digitize cash and provide safe, simple and secure financial services and cash-less transactions for anyone with a mobile phone number. Prior to joining Quisk, Anshu worked as a software engineer at A2Z (subsidiary of now known as Amazon Music. Anshu has earned double Masters. She did her Second Masters in Software Engineering with focus on Enterprise Software Technologies from San Jose State University and graduated with highest honors. The first Masters is in Computer Applications from Banasthali Vidyapith, India

An Overview of Knowledge Maps Abstraction: Knowledge Maps, Stability, and Patterns The Goals: Significance & Identification Discovery Stable Analysis Pattern Knowledge Stable Analysis Pattern Capabilities: The Heart of Business AnyMap Stable Design Pattern AnyContext Stable Design Pattern Knowledge Maps: System of Patterns Development Scenarios: Setting the Stage Deployment, Verification & Validation, and Quality Factors Knowledge Map Engine (KME): Initial Work CRC Cards Knowledge Map Future Work and Conclusions Appendix A Pattern Documentation Templates Appendix B Other Templates Appendix C Stable Patterns Catalog Appendix D Sample Requirements


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