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A Methodology for Evaluating Predictive Metrics
Found in: Software Metrics, IEEE International Symposium on
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:March 1998
pp. 181
A central question in software metrics is how well one or more metrics predict some measure of interest, such as defect density or development effort. Numerous proposals for new metrics have been made over the past decades, some with attempts at empirical ...
 
A Scalable Reference Standard of Visual Similarity for a Content-Based Image Retrieval System
Found in: Healthcare Informatics, Imaging and Systems Biology, IEEE International Conference on
By Jessica S. Faruque,Daniel L. Rubin,Christopher F. Beaulieu,Jarrett Rosenberg,Aya Kamaya,Grace Tye,Sandy Napel,Ronald M. Summers
Issue Date:July 2011
pp. 158-165
In order to develop content based image retrieval (CBIR) systems, a robust reference standard of similarity between pairs of images is required, but challenging to create given the large number of pair-wise comparisons. We demonstrated a novel method of cr...
 
Preliminary Guidelines for Empirical Research in Software Engineering
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
By Barbara A. Kitchenham, Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, Lesley M. Pickard, Peter W. Jones, David C. Hoaglin, Khaled El Emam, Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:August 2002
pp. 721-734
<p><b>Abstract</b>—Empirical software engineering research needs research guidelines to improve the research and reporting processes. We propose a preliminary set of research guidelines aimed at stimulating discussion among software resea...
 
Five Easy Steps to Systematic Data Handling
Found in: IEEE Software
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:January 1998
pp. 75-77
No summary available.
 
Tutorial: a quick introduction to software reliability modeling
Found in: Software Engineering, International Conference on
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:May 1999
pp. 689
No summary available.
   
Tutorial: a quick introduction to software reliability modeling
Found in: Proceedings of the 21st international conference on Software engineering (ICSE '99)
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:May 1999
pp. 689
In this article we present a research scheme which aims to analyze the use of Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA) technology to improve the robustness and acceptability of speaker enrolment and verification dialogues designed to provide secure access throu...
     
Designing hypermedia documents for the World Wide Web
Found in: Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems (CHI '95)
By Carl Meske, Darrell Sano, Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:May 1995
pp. 383-384
We present an approach to control information flow in object-oriented systems. The decision of whether an informatin flow is permitted or denied depends on both the authorizations specified on the objects and the process by which information is obtained an...
     
Comparing a form-based and a language-based user interface for instructing a mail program
Found in: Proceedings of the SIGCHI/GI conference on Human factors in computing systems and graphics interface (CHI '87)
By Jarrett Rosenberg, Robin Jeffries
Issue Date:April 1987
pp. 225
In the domain of interaction languages, forms have been found to be of value in allowing users, especially non-programmers, to specify objects and operations with a minimum of training, time, and errors. Most of that research, however, has been on the use ...
     
A featural approach to command names
Found in: Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '83)
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:December 1983
pp. 116-119
A variety of aspects of command names have been studied, such as suggestiveness, memorability, and the use of icons. A single framework for these disparate studies is desirable, and it is proposed that the concept of featural analysis prevalent in linguist...
     
Evaluating the suggestiveness of command names
Found in: Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI '82)
By Jarrett Rosenberg
Issue Date:March 1982
pp. 12-16
An important feature of the design of human-computer interfaces is that of command languages: the vocabulary and syntax that allow a user to express commands to the system. If we look at command languages from the standpoint of natural languages, rather th...
     
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