In this work we have presented the state of the art of requirements engineering in methodologies used for the development of HRIS system web-based. To achieve this purpose, we started describing the structure of the requirements engineering process and the most common techniques used in such a process in the classic software
development for HRIS Traditionally non-web applications in an organization. During this study, various stages of the system development life cycle were executed. Understanding the problem statement, literature survey, analysis, interpretation, design and implementation gave the thorough idea of a study life-cycle. The objective behind designing of a new HRIS was to eliminate manual work to some extent and also help employees to access their own HRIS, and also sharing information with other departments in the organization. The process developed by this HRIS web-based system includes. First, I have main activities: capture requirements, definition and Analysis of requirements. The techniques most frequently used to perform these activities are among others, use cases, scenarios. I have used a combination of three requirements elicitation methodobservation, interviews and brainstorming. In the interview process, I have interviewed three potential customers. And finally, after brainstorming, I have used use case technique to specify the user requirements. Based on the user requirements, I have designed class attributes and activity diagram. In a second step I have designed the class diagram to get the clear picture of the future HRIS system. I have designed an outline of the methodologies for the web describing how these approaches cover the aspects related to requirements engineering, I use struts MVC framework and J2EE standard platform technology, a new flexible, high-effect, expandable enterprise human resources management system framework is designed and then implemented. This system not only can successfully resolve a large number of practical problems the enterprise human resources management faced to improve human resources management efficiency, but also the information system is simple and easy to implement, has strong features such as easy to expand, easy to maintain, flexible and secure. Finally, I have also designed GUI prototypes. This study can be further extended in implementation of other modules of HRIS like recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation, benefits and payroll. Can be used another framework for developing this application for example (ASP.NET MVC &Spring MVC) easily. Reason the persistence layer and business logic layer it will not be affected, thus the system flexibility and maintainability.
Contributors:Fatima Zahra REZZOUK, Mohammad Ahmad Shahid, Ismahane A. Elouafi, Bangwei Zhou, José Luis Araus, Maria Dolores Serret Molins
Raw data of yield components (seed yield, biomass, plant height, branches per plant, inflorescences per plant, inflorescence length), ion concentrations (sodium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium concentrations and the K+/Na+, Ca2+/Na+ and Mg2+/Na+), leaf pigments (chlorophyll, anthocyanin and flavonoid contents), and carbon and nitrogen concentrations on a dry matter basis, and carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope composition in the dry matter and soluble fraction, in the 3 replicates of quinoa accessions grown under fresh water and saline irrigation treatments.
Using 182 prefecture- and higher-level cities in China as the research focus, we intended to examine the effect of changes in commodity housing prices on the spatial agglomeration of the financial industry between 2006 and 2013. The spatial agglomeration index of the financial industry was calculated based on the number of employees at the end of each year provided by the China City Statistical Yearbook. The data of controlled and mediating variables were extracted from the China Population Statistics Yearbook and the Statistical Yearbook of Chinese Investment in Fixed Assets. The relevant price index data were extracted from the China Statistical Yearbook.
This dataset consists of 2702 audio files (Mono, 16 kHz, 32-bit float in *.wav format) classified as Vietnamese questions. The dataset is useful for various Vietnamese question / intention detection research and development activities.
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Inhibiting the main proteasome of severe acute respiratory syndrome–coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) may serve as a treatment option for patients suffering from COVID-19. Inhibition of the main proteasome (SARS-CoV-2 Mpro) may improve patient outcomes and recovery through blocking viral replication and assembly.
A literature review of potential drug treatments for COVID-19 included Nelfinavir, an HIV antiviral, and Epirubicin, an anthracycline and topoisomerase inhibitor. The mechanism of action for both drugs includes binding to SARS-CoV-2 Mpro.
These data highlight in-silico binding pose energy predictions of SARS-CoV-2 Mpro (receptor) each of the two drug targets (ligands) using a Generic Evolutionary Method for Molecular Docking (iGEMDOCK). In-silico screening provides highly accurate, reproducible complex-ligand binding affinity prediction data. These data are derived from a population size of 200 and 70 docking generation trials.
The 3-D Protein Data Bank (PDB) structure of the main proteasome (SARS-CoV-2 Mpro) for this investigation was derived from the RCSB Protein Data Bank (PDB ID: 6LU7). The 3-D structures of Nelfinavir and Epirubicin were derived from the PubChem database (PubChem CIDs 64143, 41867 respectively). The 3-D structures were converted from 3D conformer SDF files to Protein Data Bank (PDB) formatting through OpenBabble.
The data show Nelfinavir as outcompeting Epirubicin in binding to the main proteasome (SARS-CoV-2 Mpro). The complex formation with Nelfinavir was more energetically favorable than that with Epirubicin. The data include relevant binding site residues and energy values, in units of kcal/mol. A composite of van der Waals forces, hydrogen bonding, and electrostatic charge provide the energy values.