Luiz Eduardo Galvão Martins

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In this article we defend the idea that social aspects have strong influence in the software requirements elicitation (Goguen 1993), which drive us to find help in the social sciences. The Activity Theory is a theory developed in the Psychology that focuses the human practices of development process, both the individual and social levels. This theory states(More)
This study analyzed the genotype distribution and frequency of lamivudine (LAM) and tenofovir (TDF) resistance mutations in a group of patients co-infected with HIV and hepatitis B virus (HBV). A cross-sectional study of 847 patients with HIV was conducted. Patients provided blood samples for HBsAg detection. The load of HBV was determined using an(More)
UNLABELLED The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of barriers to interferon treatment in a population of HIV/HCV coinfected patients. A cross-sectional study was conducted at two AIDS Outpatient Clinics in Brazil. The study included all HIV infected patients followed at these institutions from January 2005 to November 2007. Medical records(More)
This paper presents a template for environmental requirements specification in embedded systems, called TERASE. There is a lack of requirements specification templates that address the particularities of the embedded systems development. With TERASE embedded system engineers can improve their environmental requirements specification, as well as the(More)
Collaborative environments to support design with government are strongly based on right, prohibition, obligation or dispensation rules. These rules can be designed with five dimensions found in any collaborative environment: actors, activities, objects, time and space. This paper presents a framework to construct collaboration policies organized in a set(More)
The projects with embedded systems are used for many different purposes, being a major challenge for the community of developers of such systems. As we benefit from technological advances the complexity of designing an embedded system increases significantly. This paper presents GERSE, a guideline to requirements elicitation for embedded systems. Despite of(More)