Boris Milasinovic

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The article deals with the problem of assessing student knowledge in programming courses at the Department of Applied Computing of Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia. It discusses the evolution of an assessment system from a simple midterm and homework based model to a more complex and better organized model in(More)
This paper describes some of the most common problems that can occur while writing an engine for flow control in workflow management software. The emphasis is put on implementing workflow control patterns, particularly on splits and matching synchronization points, and on milestones and mutual exclusions. After brief introduction and description of a(More)
Some aspects regarding delivering of different programming courses in three institutions from three countries (Serbia, FYR Macedonia and Croatia) are observed in the paper. Courses' profiles and the application of technology enhanced learning are described and compared. An analysis of the approaches and usage of a set of suitable software tools to enhance(More)
During the analysis of alien and invasive flora of Europe, as a threat to biodiversity, data for Croatia were missing. The aim of our research was to analyse distributional patterns and range size of all invasive alien plants (64) for the state area (57,000 km(2)). They were detected on 49% of the state territory, averaging five taxa per 35 km(2). The(More)
Project managers and developers need methods which would help them to predict the size of the software to be developed, to plan the effort and resources required for development and to estimate a number of people to be employed for the task. Determining the functional size of software is one of the methods that can meet these requirements. The paper builds(More)
This paper presents an analytical overview of Decision Support Systems (DSSs) – a widely used, but insufficiently systematically described term, which covers a variety of types of information systems aimed to support human decision making. Introduction to the issue is briefly presented. Description of key terms, definitions and taxonomy problems follows,(More)
This paper describes the architecture of a system called Business Information System Feasibility. The purpose of the system is to establish a base for an impartial and computeraided decision-making tool for choice of information system software and/or its provider, for evaluation of computerization projects and for validation of existing information(More)
Integrating prerequisite relationships, partially defined as graph components, produces a directed graph that corresponds to a well-defined and well-behaved workflow consisting only of and-splits and and-joins. Such a workflow often cannot be transformed to a structured workflow. This paper presents an approach to producing a corresponding structured(More)
More than a decade many scientific papers have been dealing with automatic categorization of documents. Until recently there were no wide spread tools or libraries that could be integrated in a custom application. Recent cloud solutions for cognitive computing eased such integration, but integration still requires a lot of work. An idea of extendible(More)