Wednesday , 2 December 2020


Metodologies for designing Web applications

Elena Jitaru National Institute for Research and Development – ICI Bucharest Abstract: The paper presents the main methodologies for designing web applications and proposes a methodology developed in the CEEX project Pro-Inclusiv „Methods and tools to create multimodal interfaces for the development of inclusive information systems, with high degree …

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eLearning: Actors and Instruments

Mihail Dumitrache National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest Abstract: Main objective of an eLearning system is that every student receives in proper functioning of an eLearning system requires specific instruments for the activities of the three users: participant, instructor and administrator. This paper presents the …

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Autotesting the Distributed Informatics Application with Offered Content

Abstract: There are described the types of distributed applications. There are identified classes of errors that affect the quality of distributed applications. Are given modalities to eliminate errors in these applications. For a number of applications are presented experimental results. The auto-testing is specific for the development process. The development …

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Main Challenges in Multicore Architecture Research

Lucian N. Vințan1,2 1 „Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, htip:// 2 Technical Sciences Academy of Romania uww.astr, ro Abstract: It is presented the impact brought by the new multicore and manycore systems in the computer engineering field. There were explained the limits of the actual mono-processor paradigm that involved …

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Language, Thinking and Reality

Math. Paul Sfetcu National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics, ICI Bucharest Abstract: For the modern man possessing a „homo faber – like” „forma mentis”, the purpose of his activity and even his existence, is given by the activities performed on outside one’s own self. Ancient man sought to …

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AOP Performance Overhead

Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers, Politehnica University of Bucharest Abstract: The overhead is defined as the additional time spent by the AOP application compared to the same application that implements the cross-cutting code manually. There are, usually, theoretical considerations about AOP impact on performance but this paper tries to …

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