Date: 02.12.2022 / 14:00 Place: Computer Engineering - A105
Date: 29.11.2022 / 12:30 Place: A108
Date: 29.11.2022 / 16:00 Place: B116
In an attempt to understand the semantics of –(y)Iş better, this thesis aims to systematically distinguish imperfect -(y)Iş nominals from perfect -(y)Iş nominals, manner-denoting -(y)Iş nominals from eventuality-denoting ones, identify the types of eventuality denoted, and identify the factivity status of eventuality-denoting -(y)Iş nominals. We suggested sets of tests for each category, and we applied these tests to a sample set of data to demonstrate that they can be used to reliably and accurately make these distinctions.
Date: 17.11.2022 / 11:00 Place: A212
An outcome of taking poor decisions or choosing easier solutions for faster code delivery is technical debt. There is a gap in the field to assist managing technical debt for software development companies that work with software as a service applications. This thesis aims to specify and categorize the technical debt present in organizations using software as a service applications, by studying the processes for categorizing technical debt, and specifying the causes and issues arising due to this debt.
Date: 28.11.2022 / 09:30 Place: A212