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I am a graduate in Computer Science Engineering from India. I pass my time by participating in Stack Exchange and surfing the web.

I am interested in wide range of topics, and you can see some of those on my stack exchange profile. :)


Jan
17
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
@Ramhound: We still do that even today? All those automatic updates, don't seem to even uninstall my software?!
Jan
17
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
I think I got what ur saying there... Thank you!! :D
Jan
16
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
Let me summarize what I understood: SE is more than just writing code, "operation" is about maintenance activities that have nothing to do with the code of software whereas "maintenance" is about maintenance activities that may have something to do with the code inside our software. The boundaries between these three terms are not that clear, meaning some of the activities we perform may come under more than one of them. Was I right in my understanding? BTW, "Maintenance encompasses all the non-coding activities involved with managing an ..." is confusing because of that "all non-coding".
Jan
16
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
@RobertHarvey: Well, he actually said that it was more about the "process of maintenance" rather than "maintenance"
Jan
16
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
That was nice! What exactly is maintenance in this regard? and What does maintenance have to do with development of software? (I mean does it include developing or not?)
Jan
15
comment Problem Understanding the IEEE definition of Software Engineering
So, writing specification/ planning the features required also comes under SE and not just development? what "enivironment" do you mean there? Is it the maintenance environment/ support related/ something else?
Dec
29
comment How Do Computers Work?
@Anthony: Got the same error... I think this is the one he was referring to: bbrown.spsu.edu/web_lectures/transistors
Jun
28
comment How to create a Semantic Network like wordnet based on Wikipedia?
I really appreciate that you wanted to help... Answering the question you asked above: No, I wasn't aware of the Wikidata project! But, that doesn't seem to help me in this situation dude...
Jun
28
comment How to create a Semantic Network like wordnet based on Wikipedia?
Your answer made me re-think of Dbpedia as an option... I was reluctant to use Dbpedia for the purpose, but since you mentioned it, it does seem like a better option than Wikipedia. I will take a look at DBpedia like you said...
Jun
26
comment How to create a Semantic Network like wordnet based on Wikipedia?
@nischayn22: Wordnet is an example of a Semantic Network. Simply putting, it links different words using relations (like synonyms etc.) to form a network of lexical relations between the vocabulary, and can be used both as dictionary, thesaurus and also for various AI applications. You can read about it here: wordnet.princeton.edu and here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WordNet
Jun
26
comment How to create a Semantic Network like wordnet based on Wikipedia?
I knew about Semantic Mediawiki before, but I don't think using it for this purpose would be a good idea. The main purpose here is to create a Semantic network based on Wikipedia... I think it was my mistake that I gave the example of Wordnet over there, but I guess I should have mentioned something else. I will edit the question a little now...