Olga Ormandjieva, PhD, Eng.
Olga Ormandjieva, PhD, Eng.
Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Concordia University
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Automatic transition of natural language software requirements specification into formal presentation
MG Ilieva, O Ormandjieva
International Conference on Application of Natural Language to Information …, 2005
1162005
Toward a text classification system for the quality assessment of software requirements written in natural language
O Ormandjieva, I Hussain, L Kosseim
Fourth international workshop on Software quality assurance: in conjunction …, 2007
612007
Ontology-based classification of non-functional requirements in software specifications: a new corpus and svm-based classifier
A Rashwan, O Ormandjieva, R Witte
2013 IEEE 37th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, 381-386, 2013
592013
Approximation of COSMIC functional size to support early effort estimation in Agile
I Hussain, L Kosseim, O Ormandjieva
Data & Knowledge Engineering 85, 2-14, 2013
572013
Using linguistic knowledge to classify non-functional requirements in SRS documents
I Hussain, L Kosseim, O Ormandjieva
International Conference on Application of Natural Language to Information …, 2008
512008
Automatic quality assessment of SRS text by means of a decision-tree-based text classifier
I Hussain, O Ormandjieva, L Kosseim
Seventh International Conference on Quality Software (QSIC 2007), 209-218, 2007
502007
An ontology based approach to non-functional requirements conceptualization
M Kassab, O Ormandjieva, M Daneva
2009 Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, 299-308, 2009
492009
Models derived from automatically analyzed textual user requirements
MG Ilieva, O Ormandjieva
Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management …, 2006
462006
Detecting predatory conversations in social media by deep convolutional neural networks
M Ebrahimi, CY Suen, O Ormandjieva
Digital Investigation 18, 33-49, 2016
372016
Automated generation of test suites from formal specifications of real-time reactive systems
M Zheng, V Alagar, O Ormandjieva
Journal of Systems and Software 81 (2), 286-304, 2008
352008
Context-based and rule-based adaptation of mobile user interfaces in mHealth
R Alnanih, O Ormandjieva, T Radhakrishnan
Procedia Computer Science 21, 390-397, 2013
332013
Non-functional requirements size measurement method (NFSM) with COSMIC-FFP
M Kassab, O Ormandjieva, M Daneva, A Abran
Software Process and Product Measurement, 168-182, 2007
292007
A new quality-in-use model for mobile user interfaces
R Alnanih, O Ormandjieva, T Radhakrishnan
2013 Joint Conference of the 23rd International Workshop on Software …, 2013
282013
A traceability metamodel for change management of non-functional requirements
M Kassab, O Ormandjieva, M Daneva
2008 Sixth International Conference on Software Engineering Research …, 2008
272008
Advanced techniques in computing sciences and software engineering
K Elleithy
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
242010
Recognizing predatory chat documents using semi-supervised anomaly detection
M Ebrahimi, CY Suen, O Ormandjieva, A Krzyzak
Electronic Imaging 2016 (17), 1-9, 2016
232016
Automated assistance for use cases elicitation from user requirements text
SM Seresht, O Ormandjieva
Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Requirements Engineering (WER 2008) 16 …, 2008
232008
Characterising context for mobile user interfaces in health care applications
R Alnanih, T Radhakrishnan, O Ormandjieva
Procedia Computer Science 10, 1086-1093, 2012
212012
A metamodel for tracing non-functional requirements
M Kassab, O Ormandjieva, M Daneva
2009 WRI World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering 7 …, 2009
212009
Towards approximating COSMIC functional size from user requirements in agile development processes using text mining
I Hussain, L Kosseim, O Ormandjieva
International Conference on Application of Natural Language to Information …, 2010
202010
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