Luis G. Martínez

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This paper proposes an ANFIS (Adaptive Network Based Fuzzy Inference System) Learning Approach where we have found patterns of personality types using Big Five Personality Tests for Software Engineering Roles in Software Development Project Teams as part of RAMSET (Role Assignment Methodology for Software Engineering Teams) methodology. An ANFIS model is(More)
Lately Programming Psychology has opened up a vast area of study, where human, social and psychological factors of the programmer are studied in different computational areas. His behavior and how to relate with others are important aspects that influence performance of a developing team. In our daily work in education we have an obligation of shaping human(More)
Nowadays organizations work to improve their software development process, with a purpose to reduce costs, improve quality and increase planning reliability. That is why decision making pertaining to role assignment in software engineering developing projects is one of the most important factors that affect the software development process in organizations.(More)
In this paper, a class of Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Neural Networks (IT2FNN) is proposed, which is functionally equivalent to interval type-2 fuzzy inference systems. The computational process envisioned for fuzzy neural systems is as follows: it starts with the development of an rdquoInterval Type-2 Fuzzy Neuronrdquo, which is based on biological neural(More)
Current studies related to performance and integration of Software Engineering teams, focus on efficiency boarding different factors such as team abilities, management, tools, methodologies, personality and roles. The present work is a follow up of RAMSET (Role Assignment Methodology for Software Engineering Teams) methodology that relates personality,(More)