Syed Saif ur Rahman

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In today's competitive business environment, enterprises businesses are subjected to continuously adapt change to ensure achieving targeted goals. As enterprise businesses are managed by enterprise information systems, adaptation to changes at information system level is important. It raises the need for architectures and mechanisms that support such(More)
Existing database management systems (DBMS) are complex and less predictable (i.e., the consistency of performance with the increase of functionality and the data growth is not certain). Database researchers acknowledge the need for revisiting DBMS architectures to fulfill the needs of new hardware and application trends. We propose a biologically inspired(More)
Database management systems (DBMS) were developed decades ago with consideration for the legacy hardware and data management requirements. Over years, developments in the hardware and the data management have forced DBMS to grow in functionalities. These functionalities got tightly integrated into the DBMS core because of their monolithic architecture. This(More)
A software product line is a family of related programs that are distinguished in terms of features. A feature implements a stakeholders' requirement. Different program variants specified by distinct feature selections are produced from a common code base. The optional feature problem describes a common mismatch between variability intended in the domain(More)
  • Neelima Bojja, Syed Rahman, Mustafizur, Syed Mustafizur, Rahman
  • 2005
The main goal of this dissertation is to proffer an extensive table of upper bounds on A(n,d) with the help of the values on A(n,d,w). A(n,d) denotes the maximal number of binary code words of length n and Hamming distance of at least d with no restriction on weight. A(n,d,w) designates the maximal possible number of code words of length n, Hamming distance(More)
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