His scientific interests lie mostly in Software engineering, Software development, Quality, Unified Modeling Language and Business process modeling. His study in Software engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Software measurement, Software, Software metric and Systems engineering. The concepts of his Quality study are interwoven with issues in Data warehouse, Data mining, Management science, Data science and Process.
His work carried out in the field of Unified Modeling Language brings together such families of science as Empirical research, Health care and Database. His research investigates the connection between Software peer review and topics such as Team software process that intersect with issues in Knowledge management. His work deals with themes such as Business requirements and Process management, which intersect with Business process management.
His primary areas of investigation include Software engineering, Process management, Software development, Quality and Knowledge management. His Software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Software measurement, Unified Modeling Language, Software, Systems engineering and Process. His Unified Modeling Language research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Data warehouse and Database.
His Process management research incorporates elements of Capability Maturity Model and Business process, Business process modeling. His research integrates issues of Business process management, Process modeling and Business rule in his study of Business process modeling. In his study, Maintainability is inextricably linked to Data mining, which falls within the broad field of Quality.
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Process management, Quality, Software and Knowledge management. His research investigates the connection with Software engineering and areas like Process which intersect with concerns in Certification. His Process management research also works with subjects such as
His research in Quality intersects with topics in Data science and Big data. He is studying Software development process, which is a component of Software. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Global software development, Data governance and Key.
His main research concerns Software engineering, Quality, Process management, Software and Field. His studies in Software engineering integrate themes in fields like Software development, Business process modeling, Code refactoring, Process and Social software engineering. Many of his research projects under Software development are closely connected to Empirical evidence with Empirical evidence, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Quality research integrates issues from Knowledge management and Data science. His Process management research includes elements of Systems engineering, Corporate governance, Green computing and Software quality control. The concepts of his Software study are interwoven with issues in Manufacturing engineering, Pairwise comparison and Oracle.
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Software process improvement in small and medium software enterprises: a systematic review
Francisco J. Pino;Félix García;Mario Piattini.
Software Quality Journal (2008)
Gamification in software engineering – A systematic mapping
Oscar Pedreira;Félix García;Nieves R. Brisaboa;Mario Piattini.
Information & Software Technology (2015)
A BPMN Extension for the Modeling of Security Requirements in Business Processes
Alfonso Rodríguez;Eduardo Fernández-Medina;Mario Piattini.
The IEICE transactions on information and systems (2007)
Challenges and improvements in distributed software development: a systematic review
Miguel Jiménez;Mario Piattini;Aurora Vizcaíno.
Advances in Software Engineering (2009)
Towards a consistent terminology for software measurement
Félix García;Manuel F. Bertoa;Coral Calero;Antonio Vallecillo.
Information & Software Technology (2006)
A common criteria based security requirements engineering process for the development of secure information systems
Daniel Mellado;Eduardo Fernández-Medina;Mario Piattini.
Computer Standards & Interfaces (2007)
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)
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