A Fuzzy Model for Evaluating Cultivation Quality of Talents of Software Engineering at the Campus Universities


In order to measure the quality of talent cultivation at the school of software engineering, a quality evaluation model based on fuzzy theory is put forward. In the model, a three-layer architecture, which is composed of overall goal layer, second goal layer, and attribute layer, is set up. It places emphasis on the demand of talents with practicability and engineering in the field of software engineering. Then a case is used in the model to illustrate its effectiveness. The experimental results show that the model can comparatively better evaluate the quality of talent cultivation, reach the expected objective, and fulfill the practical demand. According to the model, a quality evaluation software system is developed while a rainfall lifecycle development model and Microsoft Visual C++ Development Studio are utilized.

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Lu, Y. , Yan, D. and Liu, B. (2009) A Fuzzy Model for Evaluating Cultivation Quality of Talents of Software Engineering at the Campus Universities. Journal of Service Science and Management, 2, 56-60. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2009.21008.

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