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Travelled to:
1 × Spain
2 × Germany
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
O.Pastor S.España A.González A.Y.Teka B.Sapkota K.Sikkel M.Daneva A.Elyasov W.Prasetya J.Hage U.Rueda T.E.J.Vos L.Zepeda E.Ceceña J.Rivas J.Cano M.Celma
Talks about:
model (4) evalu (3) procedur (2) function (2) theoret (2) requir (2) method (2) measur (2) driven (2) analyz (2)

Person: Nelly Condori-Fernández

DBLP DBLP: Condori-Fern=aacute=ndez:Nelly

Contributed to:

SAC 20152015
REFSQ 20142014
REFSQ 20122012
RE 20092009
SEKE 20092009
SEKE 20082008
SEKE 20072007

Wrote 7 papers:

SAC-2015-ElyasovPHRVC #equivalence #execution #testing
AB=ᗺA: execution equivalence as a new type of testing oracle (AE, WP, JH, UR, TEJV, NCF), pp. 1559–1566.
REFSQ-2014-Condori-FernandezESDG #collaboration #interactive #performance #requirements #validation
Analyzing the Effect of the Collaborative Interactions on Performance of Requirements Validation (NCF, SE, KS, MD, AG), pp. 216–231.
REFSQ-2012-TekaCS #overview
A Systematic Literature Review on Service Description Methods (AYT, NCF, BS), pp. 239–255.
RE-2009-EspanaCGP #empirical #functional #requirements #specification
Evaluating the Completeness and Granularity of Functional Requirements Specifications: A Controlled Experiment (SE, NCF, AG, OP), pp. 161–170.
SEKE-2009-ZepedaCRCCC #modelling
A Model Driven Method for Data Warehouse (LZ, EC, JR, JC, NCF, MC), pp. 676–681.
SEKE-2008-Condori-FernandezP #metric #modelling #towards
Towards a Theoretical Model for Evaluating the Acceptance of Model-driven Measurement Procedures (NCF, OP), pp. 22–25.
SEKE-2007-Condori-FernandezP #evaluation #functional #metric
Analyzing the Applicability of a Theoretical Model in the Evaluation of Functional Size Measurement Procedures (NCF, OP), pp. 736–739.

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