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Collaborative decision making problems can be addressed through argumentative discourse and collaboration among the users involved. Consensus is achieved through the process of collaboratively considering alternative understandings of the problem, competing interests, priorities and constraints....
Hypermedia structuring and navigation requires design methodologies different from those developed for standard information systems. This case study details our successful application of relationship management methodology (RMM), a hypermedia systems analysis and design methodology, to ACM...
We propose a method to assist designers in the analysis and design of the migrations of class characteristics (attributes and methods) during object system evolution. This method advocates: • to analyze a migration by identifying transfer links that will be used to transfer class...
In this paper, we propose a new subsequence matching method, Dual Match . Dual Match exploits duality in constructing windows and significantly improves performance. Dual Match divides data sequences into disjoint windows and the query sequence into sliding windows, and thus, is a dual approach...
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