Category Archives: Activity Based Computing

Initial Evaluation of ABC4GSD

As I have shared on these pages that we are trying to build an infrastructure based on the principles of Activity Based Computing (ABC), a paradigm that is being increasingly explored for designing Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and software application … Continue reading

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Summer School on Software Engineering in Salerno, Italy

I have just arrived in Italy to give a tutorial at the 10th anniversary of the International Summer School on Software Engineering that is being organised at the University of Salerno, Italy. The summer school was founded back in 2003 … Continue reading

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Sharing Experiences from Human-Centric Software Engineering Research

My current visit of down under (Australia) provided me with several opportunities to visit several colleagues, albeit for short catch meetings, and share our current research directions and ¬†outcomes. My discussions and invited talks mainly focused on our experiences of … Continue reading

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Leveraging Activity Based Computing and Cloud Computing for Global Software Engineering

We have been working on exploring the use of activity based computing for guiding the design and development of next generation of tools for supporting software engineering in general and global software engineering in particular. At the same time, we … Continue reading

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Towards the theoretical foundations of Applying ABC in GSE

One of my PhD students, Paolo Tell, and I have been working on ¬†exploring the viability of using activity-based computing (ABC) paradigm for designing and developing the next generation of tools for supporting Global Software Engineering. The fundamental assumption of … Continue reading

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