2013 - ACM Fellow For contributions in software engineering and multiagent systems, and for computer science leadership in Brazil.
2009 - ACM Distinguished Member
2008 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
1978 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Software development, Programming language, Software and Software system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Object-oriented programming, Component-based software engineering, Multi-agent system and Systems architecture. His study in Software development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Aspect-oriented programming and Systems engineering.
His Aspect-oriented programming research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Maintainability, Cohesion, Modular programming and Reusability. When carried out as part of a general Programming language research project, his work on Unified Modeling Language, Metamodeling, Set and Feature model is frequently linked to work in Product, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Carlos José Pereira de Lucena is interested in Social software engineering, which is a field of Software system.
His primary scientific interests are in Software engineering, Multi-agent system, Software development, Software and Programming language. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Systems engineering, Software system, Component-based software engineering and Social software engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Software Engineering Process Group and Software requirements in addition to Social software engineering.
His work focuses on many connections between Multi-agent system and other disciplines, such as Knowledge management, that overlap with his field of interest in Negotiation. His research combines Maintainability and Software. His work on Programming language deals in particular with Aspect-oriented programming and Unified Modeling Language.
Carlos José Pereira de Lucena mostly deals with Software engineering, Multi-agent system, Software, Context and Process. Carlos José Pereira de Lucena combines subjects such as Software system, Code, Java, Software framework and Code smell with his study of Software engineering. His Multi-agent system research includes elements of Distributed computing, Autonomy, Modeling language, Extensibility and Variety.
The various areas that Carlos José Pereira de Lucena examines in his Software study include Multimedia and Human–computer interaction. Carlos José Pereira de Lucena has researched Process in several fields, including Domain, Data mining and Software agent. His Software construction research incorporates themes from Component-based software engineering and Software deployment.
Carlos José Pereira de Lucena spends much of his time researching Software engineering, Code smell, Software, Identification and Source code. In his research, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena performs multidisciplinary study on Software engineering and Empirical research. His study on Code smell also encompasses disciplines like
Software system, Software development, Pair programming and Software framework are subfields of Software in which his conducts study. His Software development research integrates issues from Collaborative programming, Multimedia and Human–computer interaction. His Identification research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Maintainability and Data science.
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Modularizing design patterns with aspects: a quantitative study
Alessandro Garcia;Cláudio Sant'Anna;Eduardo Figueiredo;Uirá Kulesza.
aspect-oriented software development (2005)
On the Reuse and Maintenance of Aspect-Oriented Software: An Assessment Framework
Cláudio Nogueira Sant’Anna;Alessandro Fabricio Garcia;Carlos José Pereira de Lucena;Arndt von Staa.
High-resolution airborne hyperspectral and thermal imagery for early detection of Verticillium wilt of olive using fluorescence, temperature and narrow-band spectral indices
Rocio Calderón;Juan Navas-Cortés;Carlos Lucena;Pablo Zarco-Tejada.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2013)
Refactoring product lines
Vander Alves;Rohit Gheyi;Tiago Massoni;Uirá Kulesza.
generative programming and component engineering (2006)
Software Engineering for Multi-Agent Systems II
Carlos Lucena;Alessandro Garcia;Alexander Romanovsky;Jaelson Castro.
Computer Systems: Science & Engineering (2004)
Ethylene and nitric oxide involvement in the up-regulation of key genes related to iron acquisition and homeostasis in Arabidopsis
María J. García;Carlos Lucena;Francisco J. Romera;Esteban Alcántara.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2010)
Applying the 3C Model to Groupware Development
Hugo Fuks;Alberto Barbosa Raposo;Marco Aurélio Gerosa;Carlos José Pereira de Lucena.
International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (2005)
Abstract data views: an interface specification concept to enhance design for reuse
D.D. Cowan;C.J.P. Lucena.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1995)
Ethylene could influence ferric reductase, iron transporter, and H+-ATPase gene expression by affecting FER (or FER-like) gene activity
Carlos Lucena;Brian M. Waters;F. Javier Romera;María José García.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2006)
Composing design patterns: a scalability study of aspect-oriented programming
Nelio Cacho;Claudio Sant'Anna;Eduardo Figueiredo;Alessandro Garcia.
aspect-oriented software development (2006)
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