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Adaptation to changing requirements is one of the predominant challenges in distributed development. Software projects exceeding certain scales cannot be addressed by small-sized companies because of the incapability of meeting the financial guarantees and also because of staffing problems. In spite of their advantage of being more flexible, small companies(More)
The goal of fast adaptations and modifications according to continuous change requests is common to all software engineering methodologies. In most cases, sooner or later this results in a mismatch between the software specification and the actual implementation with related disadvantages such as the impossibility of performing validations of related(More)
Short description: This report presents the state of the art of research in adaptive service generation as an enabling step toward automatic code generation. The relevant scientific results , computational problems and infrastructural implications are presented with the aim of providing the basis for the foundation of a computational theory for Digital(More)
Methodologies in software engineering have in common the goal of fast adaptations and modifications according to continuous change requests. In most cases, however, this sooner or later results in a gap between the software specification and the actual implementation with disadvantages such as the impossibility of performing model validations. In this paper(More)
We implement a solution for the automatic ordering of BAC clones from fingerprint data obtained through full digestion of the clones with four enzymes that leave different 3' recessed ends and fluorescent labeling. The algorithm is inspired to a previous existing approach for building restriction maps.
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