Managing Corporate Information Systems Evolution and Maintenance

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Idea Group Pub., 2004 - Business & Economics - 376 pages
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Managing Corporate Information Systems Evolution and Maintenance addresses the recent developments of systems maintenance research and practices ranging from technicality of systems evolution to managerial aspects of the topic. It includes very contemporary issues such as evolving legacy systems to e-business, applying patterns for reengineering legacy systems to web, architectural recovery of legacy systems, evolving legacy systems into software components. The book offers insight on how information systems evolution and maintenance could be initiated, managed, and engineered. The book is a collection of new ideas, latest techniques and experiences in systems evolution and maintenance.

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Khaled Khan is a senior lecturer in the School of Computing and Information Technology at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. He taught computer science the last fifteen years at various universities in Asia, Europe, Africa and Australia. His research interests include software components, software architecture, software maintenance, and software metrics. Khaled has extensively published papers in high quality research forums in the areas of software maintenance, software components and security. He received a BS and an MS in computer science and informatics from the University of Trondheim, Norway. He also holds another bachelors degree from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is currently Head of Program for Master of Computing at the University of Western Sydney.

Yan Zhang is an associate professor in the School of Computing and Information Technology, University of Western Sydney. He received his PhD degree from the University of Sydney, Australia in 1994. Yan has research interests in knowledge update, program modification and evolution, logic programming, model checking, descriptive complexity theory, and information security. Yan has published many research papers in top international conferences and journals in his areas and obtained various national competitive research grants. Currently Yan is leading a research group Intelligent Systems Laboratory (ISL) at the University of Western Sydney.

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