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Status of the super KEK B factory
Marko Bračko, 2009, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: We are preparing a major upgrade of the KEKB electron-positron collider, the Super KEK B factory (SuperKEKB) – a project that could detect new phenomena arising from physics beyond the Standard Model by using a large amount of data, corresponding to the integrated luminosity of 50 ab-1. This data set will allow studies of rare processes in B meson decays, D meson decays and τ lepton decays with an unprecedented sensitivity. To achieve the goal of this ambitious project, the design luminosity of the SuperKEKB is 8 mid 1035 cm-2s-1 – 50 times larger than that of the present KEKB collider. The current Belle detector will also be upgraded to take a full advantage of the high collider luminosity. The new detector, SuperBelle, is designed in such a way that it should perform at least as well as the present Belle spectrometer, despite the substantial increase in beam-induced backgrounds.
Keywords: KEKB, SuperKEKB, B mesons, B factories, SuperBelle
Published: 30.06.2017; Views: 346; Downloads: 186
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Experimental investigation of the quality and productivity of software factories based development
Andrej Krajnc, Marjan Heričko, Črt Gerlec, Uroš Goljat, Gregor Polančič, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Software organizations are always looking for approaches that help improve the quality and productivity of developed software products. Quality software is easy to maintain and reduces the cost of software development. The Software Factories (SF) approach is one of the approaches to provide such benefits. In this paper, the quality and productivity benefits of the SF approach were examined and evaluated with an experiment involving two treatments - the traditional and the SF approach. For the purposes of this experiment, the Goal – Question – Metric (GQM) approach was used. Participants were grouped into thirty two teams. There were sixteen projects available. The results were evaluated and presented through quality and productivity criteria, which were used for the experimental study. The results showed that the Software Factories approach was significantly better than the traditional approach.
Keywords: software factories approach, benefits, quality, productivity, experiment
Published: 06.07.2017; Views: 402; Downloads: 212
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