The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Data mining, Data warehouse, Software development and Data science. Her Software engineering research incorporates themes from Field, Relevance, Software metric and Body of knowledge. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Set, Service quality, The Internet, Information retrieval and Usability.
She is interested in Software peer review, which is a branch of Software development. Her work deals with themes such as Software Engineering Process Group, Social software engineering and Software requirements, which intersect with Software peer review. Her Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Data quality and Information quality.
Her primary areas of investigation include World Wide Web, Data quality, Software engineering, Data mining and Software. Her Data quality study which covers Information quality that intersects with Quality policy. Her studies examine the connections between Software engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Software construction, with regards to Software quality.
Her study in Data mining is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Probabilistic logic, Set and Data science. A large part of her Software development studies is devoted to Social software engineering. The concepts of her Social software engineering study are interwoven with issues in Software peer review and Software Engineering Process Group.
Her main research concerns Software, Systems engineering, Software quality control, Software development and Software quality. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Software, concentrating on Reliability engineering and intersecting with Software measurement. Her study looks at the relationship between Software quality control and topics such as Process management, which overlap with Package development process, Requirement prioritization, Software quality management and Team software process.
Her primary area of study in Software development is in the field of Social software engineering. Her studies in Social software engineering integrate themes in fields like Software engineering, Personal software process and Software Engineering Process Group. Software quality is often connected to Software construction in her work.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Software, Software development, Reliability engineering, Software measurement and Software engineering. Her is involved in several facets of Software development study, as is seen by her studies on Social software engineering and Software Engineering Process Group. The study incorporates disciplines such as Software sustainability, Management science, Engineering management, Personal software process and Software peer review in addition to Social software engineering.
Her Software Engineering Process Group research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software design and Dimension. Her research in Reliability engineering focuses on subjects like Software sizing, which are connected to Software quality control, Software quality and Software requirements. Coral Calero has researched Software engineering in several fields, including Software analytics and Engineering ethics, Ethical code.
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Towards a consistent terminology for software measurement
Félix García;Manuel F. Bertoa;Coral Calero;Antonio Vallecillo.
Information & Software Technology (2006)
Ontologies for Software Engineering and Software Technology
Coral Calero;Francisco Ruiz;Mario Piattini.
Ontologies for Software Engineering and Software Technology 1st (2010)
A Probabilistic Approach to Web Portal's Data Quality Evaluation
A. Caro;C. Calero;E. Mendes;M. Piattini.
quality of information and communications technology (2007)
A Survey of Metrics for UML Class Diagrams
Marcela Genero;Mario Piattini;Coral Calero.
The Journal of Object Technology (2005)
Classifying web metrics using the web quality model
Coral Calero;Julián Ruiz;Mario Piattini.
Online Information Review (2005)
Early measures for UML class diagrams
Marcela Genero;Mario Piattini;Coral Calero.
Obj. Logiciel Base données Réseaux (2000)
Sustainability in software engineering: A systematic literature review
Birgit Penzenstadler;Veronika Bauer;Coral Calero;Xavier Franch.
evaluation and assessment in software engineering (2012)
Metrics for data warehouse conceptual models understandability
Manuel Serrano;Juan Trujillo;Coral Calero;Mario Piattini.
Information & Software Technology (2007)
A proposal for a set of attributes relevant for Web portal data quality
Angélica Caro;Coral Calero;Ismael Caballero;Mario Piattini.
Software Quality Journal (2008)
Towards Data Warehouse Quality Metrics
Coral Calero;Mario Piattini;Carolina Pascual;Manuel A. Serrano.
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