Tag Archive | "Methodology"

Development of GIS Technologies and Methods in Education

The paper goal is to analyze GIS opportunities as constructive pillar for student performance. We introduce a web-gis platform which improves both student collaboration and individual strategy highlighting their skills and potentialities. The analyzed project claims to reduce the gap between theoretical assignments and real world issues. We try to introduce a new standard of learning based on two directives, spatial error evaluation and spatial data management. The followed methodology aims to explain spatial evaluation techniques through geo-tools, which could turn into a comprehensive strategy for student education. The paper aims to emphasize the vigor influence visual impact release on error checking. We firmly belief that image perception requires minimum time evaluation, higher probability in error detection, better management of decision-making process, compared to standard analytical environment. Talking about visual impact means we deal with spatial extension and mapping evaluation. Further we tend to reorder concepts by disseminating strict policy to deploy map usage in academicals areas, government institutions, research entities, etc. The followed analyses aim to create an optimized methodology toward a sustainable development process. Spatial tools as executable units and geo-databases as storage units are the future of modern technologies whose embracement leads the analyst into a higher level of control. Due to vast implementation in multiple fields and life routines GIS technology comes as an attractive discipline toward students’ curiosity, easily to be absorbed and subject to further development.

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Posted in Economics, Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Volume V / 2015, Volume V, Issue no. 5

Web services Threat Modeling in a Collaborative System

In this paper is applied a threat modeling methodology on a collaborative system.

Firstly it will present the current stage of collaborative system security, then it will be shown how to integrate web services into collaborative platforms. The Threat Modeling methodology is proposed by Microsoft and is a part of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDL). It enables application development team to identify the security threat to a system, evaluate and document those threats and vulnerabilities, determine the risks from those threats, and establish appropriate mitigations. This paper is focused on the web services component. At the end of the paper it will be described the risk mitigation solutions for this collaborative system.

Posted in Information Technology, Volume V, Issue no. 4