Web Engineering Advancements and Trends: Building New Dimensions of Information Technology

Web Engineering Advancements and Trends: Building New Dimensions of Information Technology

Ghazi I. Alkhatib (The Hashemite University, Jordan) and David C. Rine (George Mason University, USA)
Release Date: January, 2010|Copyright: © 2010 |Pages: 374
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-719-5
ISBN13: 9781605667195|ISBN10: 1605667196|EISBN13: 9781605667201
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Description:

As countless failures in information technology and Web-based systems are caused by an incorrect understanding of knowledge sharing, an increased awareness of modern, fundamental industry concepts becomes crucial to Web and interface developers.

Web Engineering Advancements and Trends: Building New Dimensions of Information Technology examines integrated approaches in new dimensions of social and organizational knowledge sharing with emphasis on intelligent and personalized access. A defining collection of field advancements, this publication provides current research, applications, and techniques in testing and validation of Web systems.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Agent-enabled semantic Web
  • GUI testing methodology
  • Image Mining
  • Intelligent semantic Web services
  • Object oriented software testing
  • Pattern-oriented Web engineering
  • Scenario driven decision systems
  • Software architecture analysis
  • User interfaces for improving cell phone devices
  • Voice driven emotion recognizer mobile phone
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Web Engineering Advancements and Trends: Building New Dimensions of Information Technology reflects on the future dimensions of Information Technology and Web Engineering (ITWE), and expands on two major themes to emphasize intelligence, provisioning, and personalization of Web engineering utilizing technologies for the advancement of ITWE applications.

– Ghazi I. Alkhatib, Applied Science University - Amman, Jordan
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Ghazi Alkhatib is an Assistant Professor of Software Engineering at the College of Computer Science and Information Technology, Applied Science University located in Amman, Jordan. In 1984, he obtained his Doctor of Business Administration from Mississippi State University in Information Systems with minors in Computer Science and Accounting. Since then, he has been engaged in teaching, consulting, training, and research in the area of Computer Information Systems in the US and Gulf countries. In addition to his research interests in databases and systems analysis and design, he has published several articles and presented many papers in regional and international conferences on software processes, knowledge management, e-business, Web services, and agent software, workflow, and portal/grid computing integration with Web services.
David Rine has been practicing, teaching ,and researching engineered software development for over thirty years. Prior to joining George Mason University, he served in various leadership roles in the IEEE Computer Society and co-founded two of the technical committees. He joined George Mason University in 1985 and was the founding chair of the Department of Computer Science and one of the founders of the (Volgenau) School of Information Technology and Engineering. Rine has received numerous research, teaching, and service awards from computer science and engineering societies and associations, including the IEEE Centennial Award, IEEE Pioneer Award, IEEE Computer Society Meritorious Service Awards, the IEEE Computer Society Special Awards, IEEE Computer Society 50th anniversary Golden Core Award, and historical IEEE Computer Society Honor Roll and Distinguished Technical Services Awards. He has been a pioneer in graduate, undergraduate, and high school education, producing computer science texts and leading establishment of the International Advanced Placement Computer Science program for the nation's high school students, co-designer of the first computer science and engineering curriculum (1976), and the first masters in software engineering curriculum (1978). He has been an editor of a number of prestigious software-oriented journals. During his tenure, he has authored over 300 published works and has directed many PhD students. Complementing his work at GMU, he has worked on many international technology and relief projects in various countries and made many life-long international friendships. His past students are the most important record of his technical achievements.
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