Mr. Abdul Qudus Abbassi
In the realm of academia, Mr. Abdul Qudus Abbassi stands as an esteemed Assistant Professor, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the forefront. Holding an M. Phil degree and an M. Sc. from the prestigious Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Mr. Abbassi is a stalwart in the field of Software Engineering, with a specific focus on Software Architecture and the Automation of Software Architecture Recovery.
As an educator, Mr. Abbassi imparts his vast knowledge with a passion for nurturing the minds of aspiring individuals. His teaching portfolio encompasses a range of fundamental subjects, including Software Engineering, Analysis of Algorithm, Computer Programming, and Data Structures. His commitment to providing a solid foundation for students is evident in the depth and breadth of the courses he offers.
Mr. Abdul Qudus Abbassi's impact extends beyond the classroom, resonating in the scholarly realm. His research interests in Software Architecture and Automation of Software Architecture Recovery have led to noteworthy contributions in reputable journals and conferences. Among his notable publications is "A Novel Approach for Software Architecture Recovery Using Particle Swarm Optimization," a testament to his innovative thinking and dedication to advancing the field.
Furthermore, Mr. Abbassi's research endeavors include "Network Analysis of Software Change History for Understanding Software Evolution" and "Evaluating Relationship Categories for Clustering Object-Oriented Software Systems." These publications underscore his commitment to exploring the intricacies of software systems, fostering a deeper understanding of their evolution and structure.
In the collaborative spirit of academia, Mr. Abdul Qudus Abbassi has co-authored papers that contribute valuable insights to the field. His work, such as "Role of Relationships during Clustering of Object-Oriented Software Systems," showcases a dedication to addressing complex challenges in software engineering.
Mr. Abdul Qudus Abbassi's journey in academia is marked by a harmonious blend of teaching excellence and impactful research. His commitment to advancing knowledge in Software Engineering and Architecture positions him as a distinguished faculty member, leaving an indelible mark on both his students and the academic community at large.
1. A Novel Approach for Software Architecture Recovery Using Particle Swarm OptimizationIbrar Hussain1, Aasia Khanum2, Abdul Qudus Abbasi3
The International Arab Journal of Information Technology 12(1):32-41, January 2015.
2. Network Analysis of Software Change History for Understanding Software Evolution.
Jaweria Kanwal, Onaiza Maqbool, Rabeeh Ayaz Abbasi and Abdul Qudus Abbasi.
In Proc. of the International Multi-topic Conference, Dec 2014.
3. Evaluating Relationship Categories for Clustering Object-Oriented Software Systems.
Siraj Muhammad, Onaiza Maqbool, Abdul Qudus Abbasi, ,
Source: Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2012, p. 260 – 274
DOI: 10.1049/iet-sen.2011.0061 ,
4. Role of Relationships during Clustering of Object-Oriented Software Systems.
Siraj Muhammad∗, Onaiza Maqbool†,Abdul Qudus Abbasi‡
IET Software, 6(3):260-274, June 2012, 2010 6th International Conference on Emerging Technologies (ICET)