Volume 10, Issue 9, September 2018

 

 

IT Project Management Techniques for Development Professionals
 

IT Project Management Techniques for Development Professionals

Pages: 175-179 (5) | [Full Text] PDF (202 KB)
DR Hamad, DS Fadhil, AI Rasul
Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Soran University, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

Abstract -
Managing IT systems are absolutely crucial so as to control all facilities related to that system properly. As for some organizations happining issues with thier system will decrease their business. Now projects are developped and IT developers are still improving their knowledge in using methodologies and doing investigation in order to choose the best method to complete their project. Methodology differences are examined according to some process and features between each of those. Also evaluating them by doing some research and comparing experts their point of view. So far their are two common methodologies which will be used which are (AGILE and PRINCE 2) both of them have the same target but in different style and different techniques. These two methodologies can be evaluate according to their features like Cooperations, Using suitable software, Predictability and Teamwork.
 
Index Terms - IT Developers, Agile and Prince

Citation - DR Hamad, DS Fadhil, AI Rasul. "IT Project Management Techniques for Development Professionals." International Journal of Computer Engineering and Information Technology 10, no. 9 (2018): 175-179.

Implementation of the Bio Heat Transfer Equation on BEECube FPGA Platform
 

Implementation of the Bio Heat Transfer Equation on BEECube FPGA Platform

Pages: 180-184 (5) | [Full Text] PDF (482 KB)
I Mellal, A Oukaira, E Kengne, A Lakhssassi
LIMA Laboratory, University of Quebec at Outaouais, Gatineau, Quebec, 18X 3X7, Canada

Abstract -
The Hardware Implementation of the physical models offers an outstanding opportunity for engineers in computational computing techniques. Contrary to the software implementation, the physical hardware implementations present the advantage of speed up the computation with inexpensive and practical way. The Finite Difference Method (FDM) is one the most common numerical method used to solve Electromagnetic and Heat transfer problems. In this paper, we present a FPGA-based implementation of the Bio Heat Equation (BHT). We then show the architecture of the proposed model to be implemented in the FPGA platform BEECube. The results of the implementation and simulation are reported and discussed.
 
Index Terms - FPGA, BEECube, Bio Heat Equation, FDM

Citation - I Mellal, A Oukaira, E Kengne, A Lakhssassi. "Implementation of the Bio Heat Transfer Equation on BEECube FPGA Platform ." International Journal of Computer Engineering and Information Technology 10, no. 9 (2018): 180-184.

A research Methodology to Explore the Adoption of E-Government
 

A research Methodology to Explore the Adoption of E-Government

Pages: 185-193 (9) | [Full Text] PDF (410 KB)
A Alkhalifah
Information Technology Department ,College of Computer, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia

Abstract -
Electronic government (e-government) play an important role in governments that provide services and applications for citizens to support their transactions. Understanding factors that affect user adoption of e-government is of interest to researchers in a diversity of fields. The aim of this study is to explore the important factors affecting the adoption of e-government. This study suggests positive- mixed methods research to explore and predict a causal model and validate the result. This study proposes mixed methods within two phases, qualitative followed by the quantitative. This paper focuses on the qualitative method. In the qualitative phase, interviews and focus groups will be proposed to explore users experiences and beliefs about e-government as well as developing the research framework. Data analysis will be conducted using thematic analysis and coding. This study contributes to the information technology and e-government adoption literature by presenting a novel methodology to explore users beliefs and behaviors toward using e-government services and applications.
 
Index Terms - E-Government, User Adoption, Methodology, Paradigm, Qualitative

Citation - A Alkhalifah. "A research Methodology to Explore the Adoption of E-Government." International Journal of Computer Engineering and Information Technology 10, no. 9 (2018): 185-193.