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Colomo-Palacios R.,Charles III University of Madrid | Ruano-Mayoral M.,EgeoIT | Soto-Acosta P.,University of Murcia | Garcia-Crespo A.,Charles III University of Madrid
International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development | Year: 2010

In current organizations, the importance of knowledge and competence is unquestionable. In Information Technology (IT) companies, which are, by definition, knowledge intensive, this importance is critical. In such organizations, the models of knowledge exploitation include specific processes and elements that drive the production of knowledge aimed at satisfying organizational objectives. However, competence evidence recollection is a highly intensive and time consuming task, which is the key point for this system. SeCEC-IT is a tool based on software artifacts that extracts relevant information using natural language processing techniques. It enables competence evidence detection by deducing competence facts from documents in an automated way. SeCEC-IT includes within its technological components such items as semantic technologies, natural language processing, and human resource communication standards (HR-XML). Copyright © 2010, IGI Global. Source


Colomo-Palacios R.,Charles III University of Madrid | Garcia-Crespo A.,Charles III University of Madrid | Jimenez-Lopez D.,EgeoIT | Blanco-Iglesias B.,Deloitte
International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning | Year: 2011

Internet has changed dramatically learning and teaching scenarios. As a consequence of this, learning resources are being produced, catalogued and stored using innovative ways, using social and Semantic Web, among others. SOLE provides a platform in which exam questions can be produced supported by Web 2.0 tools, catalogued and labelled via Semantic Web and stored and distributed using e-learning standards. This paper presents, SOLE, a social network of exam questions sharing particularised for software engineering domain, based on semantics and built using Semantic Web and elearning standards, such as IMS question and test interoperability specification 2.1. Copyright © 2011 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source


Garcia-Crespo A.,Charles III University of Madrid | Colomo-Palacios R.,Charles III University of Madrid | Soto-Acosta P.,University of Murcia | Ruano-Mayoral M.,EgeoIT
Information Systems Management | Year: 2010

We empirically explored the implication of hard decisions in the context of the management of global software development (GSD) teams. We hypothesized and empirically tested our belief that hard decision making in conventional development projects is very similar to GSD and differences arise from the nature of the relationship and the ranking of issues. Findings from a Delphi study illustrated our approach and shed some light into the management of GSD teams. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Source


Colomo-Palacios R.,Charles III University of Madrid | Jimenez-Lopez D.,EgeoIT | Garcia-Crespo A.,Charles III University of Madrid | Blanco-Iglesias B.,Deloitte
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2010

eLearning educative processes are a challenge for educative institutions and education professionals. In an environment in which learning resources are being produced, catalogued and stored using innovative ways, SOLE provides a platform in which exam questions can be produced supported by Web 2.0 tools, catalogued and labeled via semantic web and stored and distributed using eLearning standards. This paper presents, SOLE, a social network of exam questions sharing particularized for Software Engineering domain, based on semantics and built using semantic web and eLearning standards, such as IMS Question and Test Interoperability specification 2.1. © 2010 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Source


Ruano-Mayoral M.,EgeoIT | Colomo-Palacios R.,Charles III University of Madrid | Fernandez-Gonzalez J.M.,EgeoIT | Garcia-Crespo A.,Charles III University of Madrid
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2011

Global software development is an inexorable trend in the software industry. The impact of the trend in conventional software development can be found in many of its aspects. One of them is task or work package allocation. Task allocation was traditionally driven by resource competency and availability but GSD introduces new complexities to this process including time-zones differences, costs and cultural differences. In this work a report on the construction of a framework for work-package allocation within GSD projects is presented. This framework lies on three main pillars: individual and organizational competency, organizational customization and sound assessment methods. © 2011 Springer-Verlag. Source

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