Eric Umuhoza, PhD
Eric Umuhoza, PhD
Carnegie Mellon University-Africa
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Extending the interaction flow modeling language (IFML) for model driven development of mobile applications front end
M Brambilla, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
International Conference on Mobile Web and Information Systems, 176-191, 2014
732014
Model-driven development of user interfaces for IoT systems via domain-specific components and patterns
M Brambilla, E Umuhoza, R Acerbis
Journal of Internet Services and Applications 8 (1), 14, 2017
382017
Model driven development approaches for mobile applications: A survey
E Umuhoza, M Brambilla
International Conference on Mobile Web and Information Systems, 93-107, 2016
362016
Automatic code generation for cross-platform, multi-device mobile apps: Some reflections from an industrial experience
E Umuhoza, H Ed-Douibi, M Brambilla, J Cabot, A Bongio
Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Mobile Development …, 2015
292015
A big data analysis framework for model-based web user behavior analytics
C Bernaschina, M Brambilla, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
International Conference on Web Engineering, 98-114, 2017
142017
Integrating modeling languages and web logs for enhanced user behavior analytics
C Bernaschina, M Brambilla, T Koka, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on World Wide Web Companion …, 2017
102017
An empirical study on simplification of business process modeling languages
E Umuhoza, M Brambilla, D Ripamonti, J Cabot
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software …, 2015
72015
Dissecting design effort and drawing effort in UML modeling
R Jolak, E Umuhoza, T Ho-Quang, MRV Chaudron, M Brambilla
2017 43rd Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced …, 2017
52017
Domain-specific modeling and code generation for cross-platform multi-device mobile apps
E Umuhoza
arXiv preprint arXiv:1509.03109, 2015
52015
IFML: Building the FrontEnd of Web and Mobile Applications with OMG’s Interaction Flow Modeling Language
M Brambilla, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
Web Engineering, 575, 2014
42014
Enhancing Flexibility in User Interaction Modeling by Adding Design Uncertainty to IFML
B Marco, E Romina, P Alfonso, R Gianni, U Eric
Proceedings of {MODELS} 2017 Satellite Event: Workshops (ModComp …, 2017
2*2017
Mobile Web Information Systems: 11th International Conference, MobiWIS 2014, Barcelona, Spain, August 27-29, 2014
M Brambilla, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
Proceedings, 2014
22014
The design thinking of co-located vs. distributed software developers: distance strikes again!
R Jolak, A Wortmann, G Liebel, E Umuhoza, MRV Chaudron
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Global Software …, 2020
12020
Domain-specific modeling and code generation for cross-platform mobile and IoT-based applications
E Umuhoza
Italy, 2017
12017
Assessing Online Media Content Trustworthiness, Relevance and Influence: an Introductory Survey.
E Ciceri, R Fedorov, E Umuhoza, M Brambilla, P Fraternali
KDWeb, 29-40, 2015
12015
SAIEE Africa Research Journal
DK Okello, E Mugume, E Umuhoza, D Ntirushwamaboko, J Awuah, B Birir, ...
2020
Using Unsupervised Machine Learning Techniques for Behavioral-based Credit Card Users Segmentation in Africa
E Umuhoza, D Ntirushwamaboko, J Awuah, B Birir
SAIEE Africa Research Journal 111 (3), 95-101, 2020
2020
Raising awareness for potential sustainability effects in Uganda: A survey-based empirical study
B Penzenstadler, L Duboc, R Hebig, A Dearden, B Kanagwa, ...
Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering …, 2020
2020
Model-driven Development of User Interfaces for IoT Systems via Domain-specific Components and Patterns.
EU Marco Brambilla
International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) 2, 246--253, 2017
2017
Model Driven Development of Social Media Environmental Monitoring Applications
M Brambilla, A Mauri, E Umuhoza
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 10 (1), 2016
2016
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