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Bringing global sourcing into the classroom: experiential learning via software development project
This paper describes an educational initiative in offshore software development between undergraduate students enrolled in a project management course at Marquette University, USA and graduate business student enrolled in an Information Systems Analysis and Design course at Management Development Institute, India. Expand
Project Quality of Off-Shore Virtual Teams Engaged in Software Requirements Analysis: An Exploratory Comparative Study
The off-shore software development companies in countries such as India use a global delivery model in which initial requirement analysis phase of software projects get executed at client locations to leverage frequent and deep interaction between user and developer teams. Expand
Analysis of User Involvement and Participation on the Quality of IS Planning Projects: An Exploratory Study
The process of information systems planning is critically dependent on the users of the system. Expand
This paper presents a detailed analysis of formal methods along with their goals and benefits followed by limitations. Expand
Bringing Global Sourcing into the Classroom: Lessons from an Experiential Software Development Project
This paper describes one such venture between Marquette University (MU), U.S.A. and Management Development Institute (MDI), India, wherein IT students at MU collaborated with Management Information Systems (MIS) students at MDI on an offshore software development project. Expand
Introducing competency-based training in Europe: an Anglo-Dutch perspective
There are striking and significant differences in psychiatric training across Europe and procedures for the assessment of trainees vary widely (Strachan, 2007). The introduction of competency-basedExpand
Percutaneous retrieval of a fully expanded maldeployed left subclavian artery stent: nightmares in cath lab.
A self expendable Nitinol stent was accidently maldeployed when precise positioning was being done in a pre dilated 100% occluded left subclavian artery. A significant part of stent was hanging intoExpand
Perforated duodenal ulcer a rare cause of acute abdomen in infancy: a report of two cases.
Duodenal ulcer perforation is very uncommon in infants and children, that is why it is not usually considered in the differential diagnosis of acute abdomen in this age group. Moreover, the diagnosisExpand
BREWING UP TROUBLE : Analyzing Four Widely Exploited Java Vulnerabilities
Figure 1 shows the detection prevalence of CVEs exploited in the wild. Judging from the frequency of exploited vulnerabilities, Java Runtime Environment (JRE 7) appears to be the most frequentlyExpand
An Automated Network Generation Procedure for Routing of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in a GIS Environment
In this paper, the problem of creating a network to facilitate planning of an air reconnaissance mission is investigated. Expand