Valeria Martins da Silva
Valeria Martins da Silva
Master's degree student and researcher at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
E-mail confirmado em cos.ufrj.br
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Towards a more in-depth understanding of the IoT Paradigm and its challenges
RC Motta, V Silva, GH Travassos
Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development 7, 3: 1-3: 16, 2019
112019
Towards a framework for supporting community modeling in crowdsourcing systems
V Silva, D Schneider, L Oliveira, J de Souza
Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD), 2017 IEEE 21st …, 2017
82017
Patient-centric healthcare service systems: evidence-based medicine as architecturally significant requirement
P Letouze, VM Da Silva, JIM de Souza Jùnior
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Software Engineering in …, 2016
82016
Revisão sistemática da evolução MVC na base ACM
VM da Silva
72012
A Further Analysis of the Importance of Systematic Reviews to Computer Science
JIM de Souza, VM Silva, DN Prata, P Letouze
International Journal of Social Science and Humanity 5 (8), 682, 2015
52015
The Importance of Systematic Review as a Scientific Research Method for Computer Science: A Quantitative Systematic Review
VM Silva, JIMS Júnior, DN Prata, P Letouze
International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research 78, 44, 2014
52014
Escaping from the time box towards continuous planning: an industrial experience
BBN De França, RV Simões, V Silva, GH Travassos
Rapid Continuous Software Engineering (RCoSE), 2017 IEEE/ACM 3rd …, 2017
42017
A web system for farming management
G Climaco, F Chagas, VM Silva, GV Barbosa, P Letouze
International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research [aceito para …, 2013
42013
Applying the MVC EA-IRPM to reporting-guidelines in medicine: A strategy that is a web system
P Letouze, JIM de Souza, VM Silva, G Climaco, FB Chagas, JY Ishihara
Biomedical & Health Informatics (BHI), 2017 IEEE EMBS International …, 2017
32017
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