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This paper describes a framework for the implementation of an e-learning system based on the Semantic Web, using software agents and Java Web Services.
This paper, which is a compilation of the experiences of a number of software developers, is an attempt to guard the software community against the pitfalls of the EJB technology. It presents an anthology of experience that might help application developers realize when they are over-engineering their solution when the signs point to a different approach,… (More)
This paper describes and assesses the experiences gained using aspect-oriented programming as supported by the <i>Aspect J</i> language. Aspect-oriented programming is intended to support the modularisation in the design of concerns that are inherently cross-cutting in traditional object-oriented design.
As changes in production methods and technology have taken place, a far higher proportion of costs are to be found in indirect areas. For example, direct labour (a traditional cost allocation base) now represents only a small fraction of corporate costs, while expenses covering, for example, factory support operations, marketing, distribution, engineering,… (More)
This paper describes an approach that has been adopted at the American University in Bulgaria in order to assess the Computer Science degree program for accreditation purposes.
This paper introduces briefly the XPDL workflow technology and its most distinctive features. It describes the design of a complete solution with this technology and discusses the real advantages that XPDL has in building complex enterprise software solutions. The features of XPDL allow for faster requirements specification, design and maintenance of… (More)
In this paper, based on our previous work, we describe the functionality and implementation of a Semantic Web-based e-learning application - an Electronic Learning Assistant (ELA) - with focus on the RDF data model and OWL ontology of the application.
This paper describes a project, supported and funded by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education, which is directed to the design and implementation of seven, new, cutting-edge courses for a degree program in Informatics. The focus for the project was that the courses improve the quality of education and training in line with the needs of the ICT labour market… (More)
The project is a data mining-driven decision support system that is designed to improve and assist managers in making rational and knowledgeable decisions. The system will make prediction of future e-mails overhead and forum replies, as well as identifying clusters of similar customers by analyzing the type of e-mails they send.