Simone Nasser Matos

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In this work, we present a research project in which a set of responsibilities are used to determine the frozen and hot spots in initial phases of the domain framework development process. The purpose is to provide the framework developer with domain understanding earlier than expected, as well as with opportunities for reusing software artifacts from the(More)
This work presents a contribution to an architectural definition of a framework, which is composed of several subframeworks, subsystems and components, clarifying explicitly its process of reuse. Several approaches for the development of frameworks presented in the literature do not specify which parts of the subframeworks will be flexible and which ones(More)
The excessive use of attributes may affect the search for patterns and extraction of useful knowledge, because they harm the learning performance of algorithms in both speed and success rate. The use of dimensionality reduction methods is therefore an important alternative; however, these methods do not deal with the reduction of attributes in a specific(More)
This paper illustrates the applicability of a responsibility-driven method for the car racing games domain. The method is a new approach for domain analysis that aims to identify hot spots from a set of concrete examples. Its purpose is to provide the reuse as much software artifacts as possible from the domain concrete examples, thus increasing the(More)
Some metrics applied to the domain framework development not evaluate the reuse from example applications model. This work establishes a group of metrics that can be applied to evaluate the reuse during the analysis phase of domain framework development. Using the proposed group of metrics, it was possible to measure the requirements reuse of the example(More)
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