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Assistant Lecturer at Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (IPVC) since 2005/2006. He has a PhD in Informatics Engineering from Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto with a thesis titled "Requirements Change Management based on Web Usage Mining". He received his master degree in Informatics Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto (FEUP) and his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto (FCUP). His research interests are in the area of software engineering, web usage mining and requirements management.

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  • Name

    Jorge Esparteiro Garcia
  • Cluster

    Computer Science
  • Role

    Affiliated Researcher
  • Since

    01st December 2015
Publications

2021

Test Case Generation From Web Usage Information

Authors
Garcia, JE; Paiva, AC; Bizoi, A;

Publication
Procedia Computer Science

Abstract

2021

Social Media Content Marketing Strategy for Higher Education: A Case Study Approach

Authors
Garcia, JE; Pereira, JS; Cairrão, Á;

Publication
Marketing and Smart Technologies - Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies

Abstract

2018

Manage software requirements specification using web analytics data

Authors
Garcia, JE; Paiva, ACR;

Publication
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing

Abstract
In the context of SaaS (Software as a Service) where software has to be up and running 7 days a week and 24 h a day, keeping the requirements specification up to date can be difficult. Managing requirements in this context have additional challenges that need to be taken into account, for instance, re-prioritize requirements continuously and identify/update new dependencies among them. We claim that extracting and analyzing the usage of the SaaS can help to maintain requirements updated and contribute to improve the overall quality of the services provided. This paper presents REQAnalytics, a recommendation system that collects the information about the usage of a SaaS, analyses it and generates recommendations more readable than reports generated by web analytic tools. The overall approach has been applied on several case studies with promising results. © Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018.

2018

Automatic Test Case Generation from Usage Information

Authors
Silva, P; Paiva, ACR; Restivo, A; Garcia, JE;

Publication
11th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology, QUATIC 2018, Coimbra, Portugal, September 4-7, 2018

Abstract

2016

An Automated Approach for Requirements Specification Maintenance

Authors
Garcia, JE; Paiva, ACR;

Publication
NEW ADVANCES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1

Abstract
The requirements of a website are constantly changing and evolving. In this context, managing the changes related to the baseline and reviewing the requirements' prioritization is critical. Nowadays, web analytics tools are used to analyze the behaviour of users on a website in order to improve its usability and user experience. The analysis of the usage of websites may also help software requirements maintenance which can be a contribution to the overall quality of the service provided. This paper presents an approach through a recommender system that collects the information about the usage of a website using a web analytics tools and generate recommendations reports that may help the requirements maintenance and increase the quality of the software requirements specification of the website. This paper presents also an experimental evaluation of a case study based on an online newspaper website. The results of the proposed approach provide more readable reports in a language more closer to the business and suggest requirements priority change, identify new requirements and functionalities that may be removed.

Supervised
thesis

2016

Requirements Maintenance

Author
Pedro Nuno Pereira Gonçalves

Institution
UP-FEUP