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Code Smells: A Synthetic Narrative Review, Peter Kokol Prof, Marko Kokol, Sašo Zagoranski Jan 2020

Code Smells: A Synthetic Narrative Review, Peter Kokol Prof, Marko Kokol, Sašo Zagoranski

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Code smells are symptoms of poor design and implementation choices, which might hinder comprehension, increase code complexity and fault-proneness and decrease maintainability of software systems. The aim of our study was to perform a triangulation of bibliometric and thematic analysis on code smell literature production. The search was performed on Scopus (Elsevier, Netherlands) database using the search string “code smells” which resulted in 442 publications. The Go-to statement was the first bad code smells identified in software engineering history in 1968. The literature production trend has been positive. The most productive countries were the United States, Italy and Brazil. Eight ...


Biomedical Engineering: An Exploratory Analysis Of The Field, Meredith Ayers, Nestor Osorio Jan 2020

Biomedical Engineering: An Exploratory Analysis Of The Field, Meredith Ayers, Nestor Osorio

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Technological advances have a significant impact in medical sciences. biomedical engineering, which is a multi-faceted field that includes engineering, biology, chemistry, computer science, and several areas of the medical sciences among others, is the topic of this study. With a humble beginning over a century ago and formally created in the early years of the 1960s, biomedical engineering has become a strong, highly competitive and productive field. Its literature has worldwide coverage with an accelerated increase after 2000.

In this study, the authors explore two issues: First, what constitute the subject domain of Biomedical Engineering and second with the use ...


Bibliometric Survey Of Privacy Of Social Media Network Data Publishing, Rupali Gangarde Ass. Prof., Amit Sharma Dr., Ambika Pawar Dr. Nov 2019

Bibliometric Survey Of Privacy Of Social Media Network Data Publishing, Rupali Gangarde Ass. Prof., Amit Sharma Dr., Ambika Pawar Dr.

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We are witness to see exponential growth of the social media network since the year 2002. Leading social media networking sites used by people are Twitter, Snapchats, Facebook, Google, and Instagram, etc. The latest global digital report (Chaffey and Ellis-Chadwick 2019) states that there exist more than 800 million current online social media users, and the number is still exploding day by day. Users share their day to day activities such as their photos and locations etc. on social media platforms. This information gets consumed by third party users, like marketing companies, researchers, and government firms. Depending upon the purpose ...


The Art Of Selecting Phd Students: Combination Of Bibliometric And Ahp Approach, Preeti Mulay Dr., Rahul Raghvendra Joshi Prof., Sophia Gaikwad Dr. Nov 2019

The Art Of Selecting Phd Students: Combination Of Bibliometric And Ahp Approach, Preeti Mulay Dr., Rahul Raghvendra Joshi Prof., Sophia Gaikwad Dr.

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For the PhD guide or the advisor selecting the accurate PhD scholar is the most elephantine task. It actually requires an art for the perfect selection; as the length, breadth, depth and volume of PhD work is spread across the years and this relationship between the scholar and the guide should start and flourish positively for the immense experience throughout the PhD process. Hence it was essential to understand bibliometric details including how many researchers have already published their contributions in the form of papers and patents, in the Scopus database. In addition to the bibliometric details, in this study ...


Personality Prediction Through Curriculam Vitae Analysis Involving Password Encryption And Prediction Analysis, Gagandeep Kaur, Shruti Maheshwari Nov 2019

Personality Prediction Through Curriculam Vitae Analysis Involving Password Encryption And Prediction Analysis, Gagandeep Kaur, Shruti Maheshwari

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A recruitment process requires an eligibility check, an aptitude evaluation and a psychometric analysis of prospective candidates. The work puts forward an application where the system allows employers to post new job offerings and registered candidates can apply. The application estimates applicant’s emotional aptitude through a psychometric analysis based on a test whereas the professional standard is verified via a technical aptitude test. OCEAN Model is used to assess emotional quotient and predict the personality traits. Machine learning techniques such as Logistic Regression are used for modelling the personality predictor. The details of the candidates are kept secure by ...


Bibliometric Survey On Incremental Clustering Algorithms, Archana Chaudhari, Rahul Raghvendra Joshi, Preeti Mulay, Ketan Kotecha, Parag Kulkarni Sep 2019

Bibliometric Survey On Incremental Clustering Algorithms, Archana Chaudhari, Rahul Raghvendra Joshi, Preeti Mulay, Ketan Kotecha, Parag Kulkarni

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For clustering accuracy, on influx of data, the parameter-free incremental clustering research is essential. The sole purpose of this bibliometric analysis is to understand the reach and utility of incremental clustering algorithms. This paper shows incremental clustering for time series dataset was first explored in 2000 and continued thereafter till date. This Bibliometric analysis is done using Scopus, Google Scholar, Research Gate, and the tools like Gephi, Table2Net, and GPS Visualizer etc. The survey revealed that maximum publications of incremental clustering algorithms are from conference and journals, affiliated to Computer Science, Chinese lead publications followed by India then United States ...


Recent Trends, Current Research In Cyberpsychology: A Literature Review, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh Aug 2019

Recent Trends, Current Research In Cyberpsychology: A Literature Review, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh

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Cyberpsychology refers to the study of the mind and behavior in the context of interactions with technology. It is an emerging branch, which has focused on the psychological aspects connected to the increasing presence and usages of technology in modern lives. This paper traces recent advancement and trends of Cyberpsychology is an emerging domain of knowledge and goes on the give a literature review of the same. An analysis of the recent research and literature covering 300 most relevant research papers from the period of 2012 to 15, August 2019 was conducted to determine and shape the research pattern based ...


Personality And Technology: Big Five Personality Traits As Descriptors Of Universal Acceptance And Usage Of Technology Utaut., Shohar Bano, Ubaid Ullah Shah, Dr. Sabha Ali Jul 2019

Personality And Technology: Big Five Personality Traits As Descriptors Of Universal Acceptance And Usage Of Technology Utaut., Shohar Bano, Ubaid Ullah Shah, Dr. Sabha Ali

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Presently, information professionals are progressively dependent on information and communication technologies to complete their everyday tasks. As, result dependence on PC frameworks, programming and data innovation-related technologies are increasing for better working and providing quality services. Therefore, to understand, analyze and evaluate the acceptance and use of this technology several models of technology acceptance and use have been formulated in information science literature. Using eight such models, Venkatesh, Morris, Davis and Davis proposed a unified model called the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology or (UTAUT) model. The UTAUT model has been studied and analyzed in various spheres ...


Returns On Library Investment: A Study Of The Leading Engineering And Technology Institutes In India, Shivendra Singh, Ramesh Pandita Mr. May 2019

Returns On Library Investment: A Study Of The Leading Engineering And Technology Institutes In India, Shivendra Singh, Ramesh Pandita Mr.

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The study is based on the secondary data compiled by the Ministry of Human Resource & Development, Govt., of India for the period 2012-13, 2013-14 & 2014-15 and was released as the ranking list of Institutes of Engineering and Technology in India for the year 2016. The study aims to assess the Returns on Investment (ROI) of the twenty leading libraries of the Institutes of Engineering and Technology in India in the form of institutional research output. An attempted has also been made to rank the each individual library on the basis of seven different parameters chosen for the study and worked ...


The Scientific Information Exchange General Model At Digital Library Context: Internet Of Things, Nayere Soleimanzade, Asefeh Asemi, Mozafar Cheshmehsohrabi, Ahmad Shabani Jan 2019

The Scientific Information Exchange General Model At Digital Library Context: Internet Of Things, Nayere Soleimanzade, Asefeh Asemi, Mozafar Cheshmehsohrabi, Ahmad Shabani

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Introduction: This paper aims to develop a Scientific Information Exchange General Model at Digital Library in Context of Internet of things, which would enable automated and efficient library services. To accomplish its objective, the main classes (Concepts), sub-classes, attributes are identified in order to introduce an appropriate model.

Methodology: The approach of this study is basic, exploratory, and developmental and is run through a mixed method consisting of documentary, Delphi, and data modeling methods. The study population in the documentary section includes the study of information resources retrieved in related subjects. The study population in the Delphi section is consist ...


Accessibility And Decay Of Web Citations In Computer Science Journals, Mohsen Jalali Jan 2019

Accessibility And Decay Of Web Citations In Computer Science Journals, Mohsen Jalali

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The aim of this research is to scrutiny the accessibility and decay of web citations (URLs) used in refereed articles published by 27 Computer Science open access journals as indexed by Scopus. To do this, at first, we downloaded 1000 articles of Computer Science open access journals from 2009 to 2018. After acquiring articles, their web citations are extracted and analyzed from the accessibility and decay point of view. Moreover, for initially missed web citations complementary pathways such as using Google search engine are employed. Then, data collected are analyzed using descriptive statistical methods. Research findings indicated that 80.7 ...


Artificial Intelligence(Ai) Application In Library Systems In Iran: A Taxonomy Study, Asefeh Asemi, Adeleh Asemi Feb 2018

Artificial Intelligence(Ai) Application In Library Systems In Iran: A Taxonomy Study, Asefeh Asemi, Adeleh Asemi

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With introducing and developing AI logic, this science as a branch of computer science could impact and improve all sciences which used computer systems. LIS also could get benefit from AI in many areas. This paper survey applications of AI in library and information science and introduce the potential of library system to apply AI techniques. Intelligent systems have contributed for many librarian purposes like cataloging, indexing, information retrieval, reference, and other purposes. We applied Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) as a primer method for identification of the most applicable AI techniques categories in LIS. ESs are the most usable intelligent ...


Utilizing Researchgate Social Network By Iranian Engineering, Amir Reza Asnafi, Maryam Rahmani Ma In Knowledge And Information Scienc Aug 2017

Utilizing Researchgate Social Network By Iranian Engineering, Amir Reza Asnafi, Maryam Rahmani Ma In Knowledge And Information Scienc

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This study aimed to assess the role of Researchgate in the development of scientific- scholarly activities among Faculty Members of University of Tehran's Engineering College. This study is Survey and descriptive research and data collection tools, including profiles of researchers at the Researchgate and questionnaire. The study population included faculty members of University of Tehran's Engineering College in 2016 was 242 researcher were earned RG score. The sample 144 subjects who were selected via stratified random sampling method and the questionnaire distributed 144 questionnaires were collected and then Results were analyzed using SPSS software From the perspective of ...


Information Seeking Behaviour Of Petroleum Engineers In Niger Delta Region Of Nigeria: A Survey, Edonkumoh Victor Ebiye (Mlis), Ngwuchukwu M. N (Phd), Emmanuel Agyo (Mlis) Nov 2015

Information Seeking Behaviour Of Petroleum Engineers In Niger Delta Region Of Nigeria: A Survey, Edonkumoh Victor Ebiye (Mlis), Ngwuchukwu M. N (Phd), Emmanuel Agyo (Mlis)

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The success of the petroleum industry at all levels depend largely on petroleum engineers’ awareness and access to relevant information for making sound Exploration and Production decisions. This study investigated the information seeking behaviour of Petroleum Engineers in selected companies in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. A survey design was adopted using questionnaire as the instrument for collecting primary data from 250 petroleum engineers randomly selected from four oil companies. Data gathered were analysed using frequencies, simple percentages and mean score count. Results showed that petroleum engineers spent time seeking health and safety information, oil and gas E&P ...


Scientometric Dimension Of Research Productivity Of A Leading Private University In India, Dillip K. Swain, Dr. Bijayalaxmi Rautaray, Dr. Chandrakanta Swain Jan 2013

Scientometric Dimension Of Research Productivity Of A Leading Private University In India, Dillip K. Swain, Dr. Bijayalaxmi Rautaray, Dr. Chandrakanta Swain

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The study examines the research productivity of KIIT University, Odisha, India in regard to 361 papers indexed in Scopus from the year 2000 to till February, 2013. The study attempts to measure authorship pattern, degree of collaboration, Year wise distribution of articles and corresponding citations, domain wise distribution of articles, ranking of authors, ranking of highly cited papers, collaborating countries and such other parameters. The study finds that the major chunk of research is contributed by three joint authors and the trend of collaborative research is rightly at its peak. The study further reveals that authors of this University have ...