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Name: Richard Nieuwenhuis <br> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org <br> Homepage: ----++ Planning I'm doing the master cource ST and then the M-variant of it. -----+++ 2003-2004 * [[Master.ColloquiumSoftwareTechnology][Software Technology Colloquium]] (one meeting each week during year 1 and 2) Period 1 * [[Master.Software Engineering][Software Engineering]] Period 2 * [[Master.Internetprogrammeren][Internetprogrammeren]] * [[Master.Finance][Finance]] Period 3 * [[Master.Optimalisering][Optimalisering]] * [[Master.Project managemenr][Project management]] Period 4 * [[Master.Kennismanagement][kennismagement]] * [[Master.Management control][management control]] ----+++ 2004-2005 Period 1 * [[Master.Software specification][Software specification]] * [[Master.Gamedesign][Game Design]] Period 2 * [[Master.Internetprogrammeren][Internetprogrammeren]] * [[Master.Database architectures][Database architectures]] Period 3 * [[Master.3d modeling][3d modeling]] * [[Master.Distributed object systems][Distributed object systems]] -----++ Thesis Project -----+++ Topic/Area Object oriented programming, distributed object systems. -----+++ Project Project title: Designing an architecture + a protoype that aids the product manager with his daily market driven requirements engineering processes. <br> Advisor: Lex Bijlsma <br> Start date: <br> End date: -----++++ Description During my thesis I will design an architecture for a tool that can help a product manager with his daily administrative routines for example like Requirements Selection, Release planning etc. Great amount of time could be saved in these areas. This tool will also address the newly identified research area of software product line together with the area of roadmapping. The tool should be able to operate in a distributed environment, and should be able to be modified in an efficient manner. After I have finished the architectural design I will start working on a prototype of the tool. -----+++ Thesis
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