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Statistical testing of segment homogeneity in classification of piecewise-regular objects

Savchenko A., Belova N. S.

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. 2015. Vol. 25. No. 4. P. 915-925.

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VTMine Framework as Applied to Process Mining Modeling

Sergey Andreevich Shershakov.

International Journal of Computer and Communication Engineering. 2015. Vol. 4. No. 3. P. 166-179.

About the School

The School of Software Engineering was created in 2014 on the basis of the School of Software Engineering, which was part of HSE’s Faculty of Business Informatics throughout 2006-2014. The School is currently a constituent of the Faculty of Computer Science.

The School teaches profession-focused disciplines to students of the Software Engineering Bachelor’s Programme and the Systems and Software Engineering Master’s Programme.

The Head of the School is Associate Professor Sergey Avdoshin. The School has over 50 employees, including 15 professors, 20 associate professors, 5 senior lecturers, and 8 instructors.

Students are trained in accordance with international standards in the field of information technology:

  • Computer Science Curricula 2013/Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programs in Computer Science
  • Integrated Software and Systems Engineering Curriculum - Graduate Software Engineering 2009 (GSwE2009): Curriculum Guidelines for Graduate Degree Programs in Software Engineering
  • ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 Software and Systems Engineering Committee
  • Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK Version 3)
  • SEMAT (Software Engineering Method and Theory) initiated by Ivar Jacobson, Bertrand Meyer and Richard Soley
  • IEEE CS certification CSDA, CSDP & CSDM

The School also conducts research on various contemporary scientific areas: the analysis and modelling of business processes; the architecture of computational systems; databases; mathematical logic; mathematical modelling; machine learning and artificial intelligence; fuzzy logic; process-oriented information systems; Petri nets; system programming; formal models of distributed systems; and others.