Knowledge-based software engineering; proceedings.158603443X
Knowledge-based software engineering; proceedings.
Joint Conference on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering (6th: 2004: Protvino
Protvino (Russian: Протвино́ , Russia) Ed. by Vadim Stefanuk and Kenji Kaijiri.
IOS (1) (Internetwork Operating System) An operating system from Cisco that is the primary control program used in its routers. IOS is widely used and robust system software that supports the common functions of all products under Cisco's CiscoFusion architecture. Press
Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications; v.108
In these proceedings from the conference of August 2004, contributors describe their research in such topics as the architecture of knowledge, systems, requirements engineering (programming) Requirements Engineering - The task of capturing, structuring, and accurately representing the user's requirements so that they can be correctly embodied in systems which meet those requirements (i.e. are of good quality).
DOORS is one product to help with this task. , data mining and knowledge discovery. General topics include software engineering, program recognition and analysis, ubiquitous computing ubiquitous computing - Computers everywhere. Making many computers available throughout the physical environment, while making them effectively invisible to the user. Ubiquitous computing is held by some to be the Third Wave of computing. , learning and management, artificial intelligence, algorithms The following is a list of the algorithms described in Wikipedia. See also the list of data structures, list of algorithm general topics and list of terms relating to algorithms and data structures. , business process modeling, and systems. Several of the papers are case studies and reports of applications to business settings.
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