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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

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

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

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

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 Analysis Of Passive Image Forgery Detection And Explainable Ai, Kalyani Dhananjay Kadam, Dr. Swati Ahirrao Ahirrao, Dr. Ketan Kotecha Jan 2020

Bibliometric Analysis Of Passive Image Forgery Detection And Explainable Ai, Kalyani Dhananjay Kadam, Dr. Swati Ahirrao Ahirrao, Dr. Ketan Kotecha

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Due to the arrival of social networking services such as Facebook and Instagram, there has been a vast increase in the volume of image data generated in the last decade. The use of image processing tools like GNU Gimp, Adobe Photoshop to create doctored images and videos is a major concern. These are the main sources of fake news and are often used in malevolent ways such as for mob incitement. Before a move can be taken based on a fake image, we should confirm its realness. This paper shows systematic mappings of existing literature for image forgery detection using ...


Bibliometric Review Of Energy Storage System For Grid Connected Wind Power Plant, Jayshree Ashok Pande, Paresh Nasikkar Jan 2020

Bibliometric Review Of Energy Storage System For Grid Connected Wind Power Plant, Jayshree Ashok Pande, Paresh Nasikkar

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The integration of RESs like wind energy pose several problems for aggregators and grid operators majorly because of their intermittent and unstable behavior. The instability and intermittency can be reduced through accuracy in forecasting and reliable and effective storage and utilization. The main objective of this bibliometric review is to understand the extent of the available literature for the area of Energy Storage Systems for renewable energy resource specifically grid connected wind power plants. The bibliometric analysis is primarily based on Scopus, Research Gate, Mendeley and tools like GPS visualizer. It is revealed from the bibliometric analysis that major publications ...