Daniel Rodríguez-García

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The Software & Systems Process Engineering meta-model (SPEM) allows the modelling of software processes using OMG (Object Management Group) standards such as the MOF (MetaObject Facility) and UML (Unified Modelling Language) making possible to represent software processes using tools compliant with UML. Process definition encompasses both the static and(More)
The size of software project teams has been considered to be a driver of project productivity. Although there is a large literature on this, new publicly available software repositories allow us to empirically perform further research. In this paper we analyse the relationships between productivity, team size and other project variables using the(More)
Engineering knowledge is a specific kind of knowledge that is oriented to the production of particular classes of artifacts, is typically related to disciplined design methods, and takes place in tool-intensive contexts. As a consequence, representing engineering knowledge requires the elaboration of complex models that combine functional and structural(More)
This work presents a research about the applicability of Case Based Reasoning to Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS), particularly applied to the diagnosis of the disease known as Acute Bacterial Meningitis. In the last few years, the amount of information available to the medical doctor, who usually finds himself in the situation of making a diagnosis(More)
The on-line interaction of learners and tutors in activities with concrete objectives provides a valuable source of data that can be analyzed for different purposes. One of these purposes is the use of the information extracted from that interaction to aid tutors and learners in decision making about the configuration of further learning activities or the(More)
One of the problems found in generic project databases, where the data is collected from different organizations, is the large disparity of its instances. In this chapter, we characterize the database selecting both attributes and instances so that project managers can have a better global vision of the data they manage. To achieve that, we first make use(More)
AIMS The purpose of this work is to focus on the main practical aspects of the techniques used for the physical examination of the nervous system and to present an approach for the practice of this study in adult patients. DEVELOPMENT We recommend clinicians to carry out a brief but consistent and effective exploration in a systematic, flexible and(More)
Several companies with experience in web development were interviewed about aspects of software engineering (SE) when developing Web applications. A semi-structured questionnaire was used to investigate their development processes, quality assurance (including metrics used) and tool support. The interviews are a first stage of empirical assessment. Among(More)
AIMS The purpose of this work is to focus on the main practical aspects of the techniques used for the neurological physical examination of the sensory functions and to present an approach for the practice of this study. DEVELOPMENT Despite the difficulty often involved in interpreting its results, today the formal examination of sensation is still an(More)
Several existing learning object repositories provide mechanisms for users to arrange personal collections with their selection of resources or to provide reviews and ratings for other’s resources, creating a kind of community dynamics. The resulting information can be used to build structural prestige models for the creators of the resources. This(More)