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WORLDCOMP'11 Tutorial: Dr. Shivanand M. Handigund

Last modified 2011-06-14 06:38


Unraveling the Hidden Treasures of Research Avenues in Object-Oriented Technology
Prof. Shivanand M. Handigund
Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India

Date: July 20, 2011
Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Location: Copper Room


DESCRIPTION

    Any software development commences with the software requirements specification (SRS) of the client organization. This is included in the project charter that binds the developer and the client organization. In the analysis phase, the developer abstracts various view elements required for the design and then organizes them with concrete semiotics into design diagrams. Presently, the Unified Modeling Language (UML) is used as a technique to design the object-oriented information system in 5 views & 13 types of diagrams. But the lack of correct & complete automated methodologies for the abstraction of view elements, scupper the very elegancy of UML. The SRS incorporate the end users requirement for the system. The flexibility of use of English words and the cultural & social background influence the end users reflect through the presence of synonyms and or homonyms words in the SRS. The presence of these words create incompleteness and redundancy problems. Though UML diagrams have the elegancy of their semiotic, the afore said lacunae deprive the developers from the use of such elegancy. As a result the success rate of object-oriented software development projects is reduced to pathetic 19%. The tutorial alerts the audience with insight to develop the correct & complete automatic methodologies to abstract all required view elements from the SRS and to resolve the synonyms & homonyms issues. Then unveils, how from the subset of these view elements, ensuites of UML diagrams are designed and harnessed with refinement techniques that incorporate the good software Engineering and good database design principles. Then the tutorial reveals how with slight modifications in the definitions of model elements and the purposes of UML diagrams, how more meaningful information can be derived. Even after the design, it reveals how the authentication of the correctness & completeness of other model elements is made with the interleaving use of sequence of subsets of various UML diagrams.

    In this tutorial the author also wish address the research issues for the design of various UML diagrams (13 in numbers) through automated methodologies so that arbitrary use of human skill is minimized.


OBJECTIVES

    To emphasize the learned audience about
      • How the art of abstracting view elements from SRS, refining the definitions and purposes of UML diagrams can be transformed to an engineering methodology with semiotic of the designers.
      • How to strengthen the foundation of Object-oriented Technology to enunciate the naturalism of Object-oriented technology.
      • Automate the process of forming en suites of combinations of design diagrams for higher level concepts of Information system.
      • Develop automated methodologies for the analysis of Software Requirements Specification (SRS) and design of various UML diagrams.
      • How clusters of use cases can be formed and authenticated through the interleaving use of different UML diagrams.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

    Researchers, Software Developers, Academicians, Software Design Methodologists, Students.

BIOGRAPHY OF INSTRUCTOR

    Dr. Shivanand M. Handigund has got his M. Tech. and Ph. D. degrees in Computer Science & Engineering respectively from Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) Delhi & Bombay. He has worked under Dr. D. B. Phatak of IIT Bombay in the realm of Software Engineering for his research. His fields of special interest are Object-oriented Systems, Software Engineering, Database management Systems, Computer Graphics and Algorithms.

      • He has got 35 years of rich experience in teaching and research.
      • Five students are working with him for their research work leading to Ph. D. (two are about to complete).
      • He has published 32 research papers in international journals and Conferences and has got research funds from various government organizations for his novel research proposals.
      • He has organized an AICTE sponsored National Conference on Information Technology at Bangalore (India).
      • He has delivered number of Technical Lectures, Keynote Addresses and chaired sessions at several National & International Conferences conducted in India.
      • He is consultant for software industries in the areas of Object-oriented Systems, Software Engineering, Database management Systems, Algorithms and Computer Graphics.
      • He has delivered a tutorial in the Joint Conference of International Conference on Open Systems, International Conference on Computer applications & Industrial Electronics, and International Conference on Science & Social research, chaired couple of sessions and presented a technical paper at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during 5 - 7, December 2010.
      • He is a member of Boards of Studies of Visvesvaraya Technological, Manipal and Jain Universities and he is a reviewer for IEEE International Conferences Ph. D. referee for few Indian Universities.
      • Above all he is a true devoted teacher as Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore (India).
      • Member, International Association of Engineers

Academic Co-Sponsors
The Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)
University of California, Berkeley, USA

Biomedical Cybernetics Laboratory, HST of Harvard University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Intelligent Data Exploration and Analysis Laboratory
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA

Collaboratory for Advanced Computing and Simulations (CACS)
University of Southern California, USA

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
University of Minnesota, USA

Knowledge Management & Intelligent System Center (KMIS)
University of Siegen, Germany

UMIT, Institute of Bioinformatics and Translational Research, Austria
BioMedical Informatics & Bio-Imaging Laboratory
Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA


Hawkeye Radiology Informatics, Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA

Supercomputer Software Department (SSD), Institute of Computational Mathematics & Mathematical Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences
SECLAB of University of Naples Federico II
University of Naples Parthenope, & Second University of Naples, Italy

Medical Image HPC & Informatics Lab (MiHi Lab)
University of Iowa, Iowa, USA

Intelligent Cyberspace Engineering Lab., ICEL, Texas A&M; University (Com./Texas), USA
Model-Based Engineering Laboratory, University of North Dakota, North Dakota, USA


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International Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine

World Academy of Biomedical Sciences and Technologies
The International Council on Medical and Care Compunetics
The UK Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform
Scientific Technologies Corporation

HoIP - Health without Boundaries


 


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