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SERP'10: July 14, 2010 Schedule

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6:45am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)


08:00a - 12:00p:  During this period, SERP'10 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to SAM'10, FECS'10, FCS'10, SWWS'10, EEE'10,
                  & ESA'10. These sessions discuss topics that significantly overlap
                  the scope of SERP'10.

12:00 - 01:00pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)


SESSION 5-SERP:   SOFTWARE METRICS AND SOFTWARE PROCESS
                  Chair: Prof. Luis Daniel Otero, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 01:00pm - 01:40pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 8)

01:00 - 01:20pm:  Role Explosion: Acknowledging the Problem
                  A. A. Elliott and G. S. Knight
                  Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

01:20 - 01:40pm:  Achieving Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Maturity
                  Level 2 by Implementing  FEAF Reference Model
                  Ramin Nassiri, Hengameh Kafili, G. Latif Shabgahi
                  Islamic Azad University, Arak, Iran;
                  University of Power and Water Industry, Iran


SESSION 6-SERP:   SOFTWARE PROJECTS AND PRODUCTS MEASUREMENT
                  Chair: Prof. Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego;
                  Universidad de Alcala, Spain
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 01:40pm - 03:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 8)

01:40 - 02:00pm:  Psychological-based Measurement of Personnel Performance
                  Konstantina Georgieva, Robert Neumann, Reiner R. Dumke
                  University of Magdeburg, Germany

02:00 - 02:20pm:  Accuracy of Measurements with IFPUG: The measurer impact
                  Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego, Pablo Rodriguez, Dacil Castelo,
                  and Alfonso Gonzalez
                  Universidad de Alcala, Alcala de Henares, Madrid, Spain;
                  AEMES, Asociacion Espanola de Metricas de Sistemas Informaticos

02:20 - 02:40pm:  A Standards-based Model for the Specification and Measurement
                  of Portability Requirements
                  Khalid T. Al-Sarayreh, Alain Abran, Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
                  University of Quebec (ETS), Montreal, Quebec, Canada;
                  Universidad de Alcala, Alcala de Henares, Madrid, Spain

02:40 - 03:00pm:  A Comparison of Project Management Software Tools
                  Halil Cicibas, Omer Unal, Kadir Alpaslan Demir
                  Institute of Naval Sciences and Engineering, Istanbul, Turkey;
                  Turkish Naval Academy, Istanbul, Turkey


03:00 - 03:40pm:  DISCUSSION/POSTER SESSION A-SERP (Refreshments will be available)
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday)
                  (LOCATION: Hallways of Ballrooms 1-5)

                  O. An Approach to Designing Modularity Architecture for Multithread
                     Programming
                     Paniti Netinant
                     Bangkok University, Thailand;
                     Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, USA
                  O. Reusability and Adaptability Using Aspect-Oriented Framework
                     Paniti Netinant
                     Bangkok University, Thailand;
                     Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, USA
                  O. A Review of the Role of Document Engineers in Information Systems
                     Development
                     Jose-Antonio Gutierrez-de-Mesa
                     University of Alcala, Madrid, Spain
                  O. There will also be a number of other papers.


SESSION 7-SERP:   REAL TIME & SAFETY CRITICAL SYSTEMS +
                  SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT + EDUCATION & LEGAL ISSUES
                  Chair: Prof. Ronald Marsh, University of North Dakota, USA
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 03:40pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 8)

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Real-Time Workflow Modeling and Analysis in Emergency Response
                  Jiacun Wang and Bill Tepfenhart
                  Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey, USA

04:00 - 04:20pm:  Performance Evaluation of Personnel Assignments in Software Engineering
                  L. D. Otero, C. E. Otero, W. Arrasmith
                  Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA;
                  University of Virginia - College at Wise, Wise, Virginia, USA

04:20 - 04:40pm:  FREE SLOT

04:40 - 05:00pm:  Development of a Mobile Ganged Phase Array Radar - Risk Mitigation
                  System System for UAS Operations in North Dakota
                  R. Marsh, M. Kary, K. Ogaard, J. Nordlie
                  University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA

05:00 - 05:20pm:  Evaluation of Interaction with Commercial Educational Games When
                  Used by Children With Autism
                  Jessica Prytz and Linn Gustavsson Christiernin
                  University West, Sweden

05:20 - 05:40pm:  Managing License Incompatibilities Distributing Eclipse Application Stacks
                  Samrat Dhillon and Dwight Deugo
                  Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

05:40 - 06:00pm:  Software Development Effort Estimation Applying a Fuzzy Logic
                  Model Involving Programming Language Experience
                  Cuauhtemoc Lopez-Martin, Arturo Chavoya-Pena, Maria Elena Meda-Campana
                  CUCEA, Guadalajara University, Jalisco, Mexico


06:00 - 09:00pm:  KEYNOTES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS + TUTORIALS
                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)


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