Richard L. Conn

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Reuse Tapestry is a project at Momnouth University which covers a wide variety of topics in the area of software reuse. Issues addressed indude documentation of reusable assets, the certification of reusable assets, the successful application of domain engineering with Domain-Specific Kits (DSKs) for the efficient development of families of applications(More)
This paper describes a mature Software Engineering Process that may be applied to capstone courses, student projects, and research projects in a university environment. This process, based in part on the Team Software Process of the Software Engineering Institute, features mature software engineering best practices, including extensive use of metrics to(More)
A major thrust of modern software engineering methods, languages, and tools is to promote software visibility and to present information about the underlying software architecture. With large, complex software systems, automated tools are indispensable for identifying the architectural components, the structure that interconnects them, and other subtle(More)
An Information Architecture Strategy Learn how to design an information architecture that provides the right information, in the right format, to the right person, at the right time, all through a secure access. Warfighter's Access to Geospatial Intelligence The National System for Geospatial Intelligence has met the challenge to integrate disparate(More)
A baby girl was born by emergency caesarean section at 28 weeks gestation due to reduced fetal movement and nonreassuring cardiotocography. The pregnancy was complicated by red cell alloimmunisation secondary to maternal anti-C and anti-D antibodies. This required five intrauterine transfusions from 18 weeks gestation, all using an intrahepatic approach.(More)
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