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International Journal of Computational Systems Engineering

International Journal of Computational Systems Engineering (IJCSysE)

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  • Ensuring project resilience and public services in a pandemic context: two French case studies   Order a copy of this article
    by Christophe GAIE, Raul De Lacerda 
    Abstract: This paper examines the resilience of IT projects to the Covid-19 pandemic. It provides a literature overview of resilience applicability in IT projects and it details the context of IT project management on public services. A simplified managed model is described to facilitate the evaluation of project resilience. This model enhances project resilience by strengthening the project in the organizational, operational, functional and project dimensions. Two case studies are detailed based on on-going IT projects carried by public French Institutions: the modernisation of the French personal income system; and the migration of a full on-line teaching due to the sanitary confinement.The analysis relies the four dimensions and hihglights their contribution in the pandemic recovery context. Whereas this approach may be perceived as simplistic, it offers essential lessons to improve resilience of IT projects for public services when facing unespected crisis.\r\n\r\n
    Keywords: IT Project Management; Project Planification; Project Resilience; Public Services\r\n\r\n.

  • The Future of Spectrum Management - Conciliating Spectrum Allocation, Spectral Efficiency and Spectrum Monetization   Order a copy of this article
    by Christophe GAIE, Markus Mück 
    Abstract: Current Spectrum Management paradigms are reaching their limits; communication systems such as 5G are key drivers for the world economy, but regulation authorities are facing challenges to identify suitable spectrum allocation for wide area deployment. On the other hand, in a given location and at a given time, the actual level of usage of allocated spectrum is often low. Thus, it seems inefficient to squeeze key economic drivers into small portions of available spectral resources while other parts of the spectrum may remain underused. As a result, a shift in spectrum management policy is inevitable. This paper describes various candidate directions, combining novel approaches such as spectrum sharing with dynamic rules exploiting variable spectral efficiency configurations of existing technologies. These proposals dramatically increase the overall exploitation of the limited resource of spectrum.
    Keywords: Spectrum Monetization; Public policy enforcement.