Also included are industrial experience reports, the doctoral symposium, and tool demonstrations.
What does DOCSYM stand for?
DOCSYM stands for Doctoral Symposium
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Digital-Optical Control System (helicopter)
- Disk Oriented Computer System
- Distributed Office Communication System (IBM)
- Doctors on Call for Service (St. Simons Island, GA)
- DSCS Operations Control System
- Data over Cable Service Interface Specification
- Data Over Cable System Interface Spectrum (cable internet; various locations)
- Data Over Cable Security System
- Data Over Circuit-Switched Voice
- Distributed Object Computation Testbed
- Dive Operators Club of Thailand
- Doppler Optical Coherence Tomography (medical Imaging technology)
- Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (est. 1998; Durham, NC)
- Documentary (film)
- Document Number
- Documenti Unici di Programmazione (Italian: Single Programming Documents; EU)
- Display Oriented Computer Usage System
- Document Delivery User
Samples in periodicals archive:
Seven papers are also presented from the doctoral symposium, discussing such matters as improving source code quality by defining linguistic anti-patterns, and recovering process from artifacts.
The annual doctoral symposium held in conjunction with the North American ACR Conference began to recognize the three camps of CCT, BDT and JDM immediately thereafter and people began to call themselves CCT researchers.
Additionally, the proceedings of a doctoral symposium are also presented, addressing the support of reliable software evolution through program analysis, dynamic object process graph extraction for program understanding and protocol recovery, monitoring requirements evolution using views, automated mass maintenance of software assets, model-driven evolution of software architectures, and software quality attribute analysis by architecture reconstruction.
00 Paperback T58 Khosrow-Pour (Information Resources Management Association) presents 309 papers, 13 abstracts, seven summaries of panels and workshops, and four doctoral symposium submissions from the 17th annual international conference of the Information Resources Management Association, held May 2006, and dedicated to recent research on information technology applications and management in organizations.
00 Paperback QA76 The proceedings of the March 2006 conference consists of 27 full papers and four short papers as well as a doctoral symposium with six presentations, six tool demonstrations, and three industry reports.
The doctoral symposium discusses clustering data retrieved from Java source code to support software maintenance, a framework to control software system evolution, and continuous software process improvement through statistical process control.