Volume 1, Issue 1, 2011

By | September 4, 2018

A Framework Based Approach for the Development of Web Based Applications

Rachit Mohan Garg, Yamini Sood, Balaji Kottana, Pallavi Totlani

Abstract: The sole goal of E-Governance is to allow interaction of government with their citizens in a comfortable & transparent manner. Uniqueness of J2EE makes it a perfect technology for development of any online portal. These involve constancy, easy to replant, construct speedily etc. In this paper we present a procedural approach to develop a web application using the J2EE Struts Framework.

Keywords : Web application; E-Governance; Struts; Frameworks; J2EE.

Hybrid Model for Solving Multi-Objective Problems Using Evolutionary Algorithm and Tabu Search

Rjab Hajlaoui, Mariem Gzara, Abdelaziz Dammak

Abstract: This paper presents a new multi-objective hybrid model that makes cooperation between the strength of research of neighborhood methods presented by the tabu search (TS) and the important exploration capacity of evolutionary algorithm. This model was implemented and tested in benchmark functions (ZDT1, ZDT2, and ZDT3), using a network of computers.

Keywords : Metaheuristics; hybrid method; intensification; diversification; parallelism; cooperation.

Comparative Study on DFD to UML Diagrams Transformations

Atif A. A. Jilani, Muhammad Usman, Aamer Nadeem, Zafar I. Malik, Zahid Halim

Abstract: Most of legacy systems use nowadays were modeled and documented using structured approach. Expansion of these systems in terms of functionality and maintainability requires shift towards object- oriented documentation and design, which has been widely accepted by the industry. In this paper, we present a survey of the existing Data Flow Diagram (DFD) to Unified Modeling language (UML) transformation techniques. We analyze transformation techniques using a set of parameters, identified in the survey. Based on identified parameters, we present an analysis matrix, which describes the strengths and weaknesses of transformation techniques. It is observed that most of the transformation approaches are rule based, which are incomplete and defined at abstract level that does not cover in depth transformation and automation issues. Transformation approaches are data centric, which focuses on data-store for class diagram generation. Very few of the transformation techniques have been applied on case study as a proof of concept, which are not comprehensive and majority of them are partially automated.

Keywords : Unified Modeling Language (UML); Data Flow Diagram (DFD); Class Diagram; Model Transformation.

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