Khairuddin Hashim

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Bloom’s Taxonomy has been utilized in many fields of studies. It has also been used in computer science education but research on the application of Bloom’s Taxonomy into software engineering curricula has not been done much. This paper outlines software engineering assessment using Bloom’s Taxonomy. Sample questions are given and categorized according to(More)
This paper presents a behavioral approach to specifying interactive multimedia applications. This requirements specification approach allows one to model sequence, parallelism, branching and iteration. Transitions due to events are subdivided into automatic, user and clock The transitions due to tasks to be done are subdivided into animate, image, sound,(More)
Several requirements visualization techniques have been developed together with tools that support the techniques. This paper focuses on visualization techniques developed for requirements representation. These techniques are used to transform the written and verbal requirements into visual representations. Most of the existing techniques use graphics for(More)
Software project management becomes more challenging due to increase in budget investment and stiff business competition requiring urgent deliveries. The paper presents an approach to sharing solutions to software project management problems. It includes risk identification, risk analysis and planning, risk prioritization, risk monitoring and risk control.(More)
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Due to rapid changes in requisites, universities face the challenge of being relevant. As such, it is pertinent to identify the attributes of successful universities and future learning environments for universities to steer themselves in achieving success. This study explores the perspectives of respondents pertaining to attributes of successful(More)
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