د. عليأبوراس

قسم علوم الحاسب الآلي كلية العلوم

الاسم الكامل

د. علي علي أحمد أبوراس

المؤهل العلمي

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الدرجة العلمية

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ملخص

Ph.D ., Computer Science , Oregon State University (OSU), Corvallis, OR, USA .....................................November 2016 Thesis Title: Enhancing Search Based Techniques with Information Control Dependencies. Thesis Committee: Alex Groce (Chair), Margaret Burnett, Carlos Jensen, and Alan Fern. M.S ., Computer Science , Coventry University, Coventry, UK ..................................................................July 2004 B.S. , Computer Science , Tripoli University, Tripoli, Libya ......................................................................July 1993

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المنشورات

A Comparative Study of Automated Testing Tools for Spreadsheets

Organizations and industries use spreadsheet programs for various tasks, such as accounting, financial calculations, and reporting. However, the number of spreadsheets that contain errors is very high. One primary reason is that different end-users develop spreadsheets without programming or software development training. Thus, researchers have proposed a variety of automated tools and techniques to support the end-users in finding and fixing errors in spreadsheets. The main objective of this paper is to study different automated tools in spreadsheet testing and classify them according to two criteria: how they work and the ability to find spreadsheet faults. For this purpose, we discuss various spreadsheet testing automated tools, techniques, and strategies. In addition, we highlight their performance and where they can be used so that they can be beneficial to both end-users and researchers. We then set out key directions for potential future works.
Ali Ali Ahmed Aburas(10-2022)


The Challenges of Software Development: Waterfall and Agile

Software plays a vital role in our daily life, and with information technology evolving, software projects are getting more complex. Waterfall and agile are commonly used for software development. However, they are not sufficient for every software project. A pure waterfall or agile as a software development model is not enough. The solution to this dilemma is adopting a hybrid methodology that takes advantage of the strength of both methodologies. This research paper uses criteria for selecting an appropriate methodology depending on some factors. Moreover, enhancing the waterfall model is presented to improve its deficiency.
Mehemed Abdusalam Omer Ben-zahia, Ali Aburas, Miloud Ghawar(9-2022)