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Open source software (OSS) is software with its source code available that may be used, copied, and distributed with or without modifications, and that may be offered either with or without a fee. In this paper we present an overview of the state-of-the-art OSS-related research from different fields and disciplines of the social and information sciences.(More)
The paper shows a proposition of metrics for measuring the complexity of the business sector and business software. The metrics is based on a subjective estimation of complexity of the elements from the structure of business sector or business software, and reaching conclusions on the final complexity through the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). Defined in(More)
This paper presents the results of a comparative research of paper-based testing versus online testing using MudRi. The research was conducted on three courses at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, and included 1231 tests. In observed courses, online tests have largely replaced traditional paper-based tests in the last few years.(More)
This paper presents the results of a research on implementation of online tests in e-course and the effort of their improvement in order to design the basis for formative and summative students' assessment. The research was conducted on Information Systems course at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, and it included 335 students. After the(More)
The software development team is regularly faced with two major problems: access to previous software versions and simultaneous work of many programmers on the same source code at the same time. Some development teams solve these problems by using version control tools, while others opt for manual version control. This paper analyzes both approaches and(More)
The paper describes a program support system for team development in a computer network environment. Existing program solutions already on the market are encapsulated and are not adapted to the needs of users working in an application development team. The objective is to develop a model of the system supporting a network application development. Along with(More)
Progress in the development of information and communication technology and its wide availability offers many new possibilities to teachers designing e-courses. Besides blending face-to-face with online learning, trends in design assume blending various technologies (tools) as well as individual with collaborative learning. This paper presents changes in(More)
This paper presents research results on transformation of database structure and its content into new representation by using the Node of knowledge method (NOK method). It describes the way an Entity-relationship model and its relational database can be transformed into a NOK model. The rules that enable this transformation of entity-relationship concepts(More)
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