This page is intended for hosting "SDSIM" which
stands for "Software Development Simulation"
as my personal area of interest. Following sections
within this web page would outline a set of
steps for finding a specific research topic and its
related steps fro producing three main documents:
This is a formal document that has to be completed for
having "UAG" Thesis/Research committee
authorization on a valid research topic. This must be
completed before starting formal "Master Thesis"
work. We will be covering three main steps for finding
and formalizing a "research topic title" as
Step I - Defining a working framework
- Topics of interest:
Software Engineering, Modeling and simulation, Software Development,
- Personal Abilities:
Systems Programming, Object Oriented Analysis, Design, Programming,
Internetworking, Technical Writing.
16 hrs a week including weekends.
Internet Access, Personal Web page, Personal Computer, OS (Windows XP and
Linux), Development Tools, ACM & IEEE libraries.
- Working Style:
I prefer to work independently most of the time but no problems for team
Step II - Looking for potential research
references and bibliography.
Step III - Determining research
- Potential reference list of papers. Selected for
Paper's review presentation. -> TBD
- Thesis protocol document template. ->
- Thesis protocol Final for Thesis committee ** Oct 31, 2004 ** ->
"IASTED" formatting instructions. ->
html; Final manuscripts
Template. -> Ms
"SDSIM: A Framework of Simulation for
Thesis work will be outlined here, we will be initially
using Ms Word thesis
Here it is also a very helpful guide for formatting a
The plan is to work on the Master Thesis document in
parallel with research paper
work so We have started the thesis document after face
to face meeting with Professor
Ubaldo in Guadalajara this October 31st, 2004.
Researchers and collaborators:
Fidel A. Vanegas , MCS R&D Lab, Hewlett Packard
de Mexico. Department of Computer Science, UAG.
- Mutsuo Yashima Phd, Department of Computer Science,
Jesus U. Quevedo Phd ,
Department of Computer Science, Houston University.
Stephen Huang Phd
, Department of Computer Science, Houston University.