Ademar Aguiar

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Ademar Aguiar is an author from Portugal.

Publications

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5th Workshop on Wikis for Software Engineering Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
Wiki
Wikis for software engineering
WikiSym 2011 Conference Proceedings - 7th Annual International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration English 2011 Using a wiki in software engineering settings dates back to its first usage in 1995. In fact, that was the motivation for Ward Cunningham to create the first wiki. Due to its simplicity, attractiveness and effectiveness for collaborative authoring and knowledge management, wikis are now massively disseminated and used in different domains. This workshop focuses on wikis for the specific domain of software engineering. It aims at bringing together researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts interested on researching, exploring and learning how wikis can be improved, customized and used to better support software projects. Based on lessons learned and obstacles identified, a research agenda will be defined with key opportunities and challenges. 0 0
Incremental knowledge acquisition in software development using a weakly-typed Wiki Knowledge acquisition
Semantic Wikis
Software engineering
WikiSym English 2009 0 0
Tutorial on agile documentation with Wikis Wiki
Wikis for software engineering
Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
WikiSym English 2009 0 0
Wikis4SE 2009: Wikis for software engineering Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
Wiki
Wikis for software engineering
WikiSym English 2009 Due to the simplicity, attractiveness and effectiveness for collaborative authoring and knowledge management, wikis are now massively disseminated and used in different domains. This workshop focuses on wikis for the specific domain of software engineering. It aims at bringing together researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts interested on researching, exploring and learning how wikis can be improved, customized and used to better support software engineering. Based on lessons learned and obstacles identified, a research agenda will be defined with key opportunities and challenges. This edition at WikiSym'2009 follows others at ICSE'2009, WikiSym'2008 and WikiSym'2007. Copyright 0 0
Wikis4SE 2009: wikis for software engineering Wiki
Wikis for software engineering
Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
WikiSym English 2009 0 0
Wikis4SE'2009: Wikis for Software Engineering English 2009 0 0
Wikis4SE'2008: Wikis for software engineering Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
Wiki
WikiSym 2008 - The 4th International Symposium on Wikis, Proceedings English 2008 The use of wikis in software engineering dates back to 1995, when Ward Cunningham created the first ever wiki as a platform for discussing patterns and software development efforts. The simplicity and effectiveness of wikis as a medium for collaborative authoring has lead to their vast popularity across many domains. The Wikis for Software Engineering (Wikis4SE) workshop aims at bringing together researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts interested in exploring the potential of wikis as an effective tool to support software engineering activities. It serves as a forum for presenting new ideas and tools, and reporting on experiences, best practices, and newly discovered problems. Based on lessons learned and obstacles identified, a research agenda will be defined with key opportunities and challenges. 0 0
Wikis4SE'2008: wikis for software engineering Collaboration
Documentation
Software development
Wiki
Wikis for software engineering
WikiSym English 2008 0 0
WikiWiki Weaving Heterogeneous Software Artifacts Software documentation
Web-based documentation
Wiki
WikiSym English 2005 Good documentation benefits every software development project, especially large ones, but it can be hard, costly, and tiresome to produce when not supported by appropriate tools and methods. The documentation of a software system uses different artifacts, namely source code, for low-level internal documentation, and specific-purpose models and documents, for higher-level external documentation (e.g. requirements documents, use-case specifications, design notebooks, and reference manuals). All these artifacts require continual review and modification throughout the life-cycle to preserve their consistency and value. Good software documents are often heterogeneous, i.e., they combine different kinds of contents (text, code, models, images) gathered from separate software artifacts, a combination usually difficult to maintain as the system evolves over time, considering that source code, models and documents are typically produced and maintained separately in multiple sources using different environments and editors. This paper presents a wiki that helps on quickly weaving different kinds of contents into a single heterogeneous document, whilst preserving its semantic consistency. The fundamental goal of this wiki (XSDoc Wiki) is to reduce the development–documentation gap by making documentation more convenient and attractive to developers. An example taken from the JUnit framework documentation helps to illustrate the features more relevant to do such weaving. 1 0
WikiWiki weaving heterogeneous software artifacts Software documentation
Web-based documentation
Wiki
WikiSym 2005 - Conference Proceedings of the 2005 International Symposium on Wikis English 2005 Good documentation benefits every software development project, especially large ones, but it can be hard, costly, and tiresome to produce when not supported by appropriate tools and methods. The documentation of a software system uses different artifacts, namely source code, for low-level internal documentation, and specific-purpose models and documents, for higher-level external documentation (e.g. requirements documents, use-case specifications, design notebooks, and reference manuals). All these artifacts require continual review and modification throughout the life-cycle to preserve their consistency and value. Good software documents are often heterogeneous, i.e., they combine different kinds of contents (text, code, models, images) gathered from separate software artifacts, a combination usually difficult to maintain as the system evolves over time, considering that source code, models and documents are typically produced and maintained separately in multiple sources using different environments and editors. This paper presents a wiki that helps on quickly weaving different kinds of contents into a single heterogeneous document, whilst preserving its semantic consistency. The fundamental goal of this wiki (XSDoc Wiki) is to reduce the development-documentation gap by making documentation more convenient and attractive to developers. An example taken from the JUnit framework documentation helps to illustrate the features more relevant to do such weaving. Copyright 2005 ACM. 0 0