Feb.,1998. http://www.senet.com.au/ cpeacock
Hofmann, H. F., & Lehner, F. (2001). Requirements engineering as a success factor in software projects. IEEE software, 18(4), 58-66. 4. Davison, J., Mackinnon, T., & Royle, M. (2004, June).
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 24(7). 1998.  D. Coppit, K. J. Sullivan and J. B. Dugan. “Formal Semantics of Models for Computational Engineering: a Case Study on Dynamic Fault Trees”.
2) Build one or more representation of the Program Domain. 3)Develop a linking procedure between these representations. The three steps mentioned above are extremely important since its integration results in the development of 'real' comprehension strategies . To create each of the representations mentioned above, rstly, it is necessary to extract information from both Domains. Therefore, we used techniques to obtain information related to certain aspects of program's structure and behavior.
Three aspects we will discuss for software quality which are functional quality, structural quality and process quality. Figure 6. Software quality A. Functional quality Software functional quality is based on functional requirements or specification. This phase is meeting with specific requirements to achieve the goal in development process.  B.
Human factors are an essential aspect of the software development process in order to ensure user safety, and ease of use. However, there has been a lot of attention on the technical aspects of the software development process at the expense of the human aspect. This paper examines the human-computer interaction aspect or the human factors involved in computer science, and particularly in software engineering. The paper will first define what human factors or human-computer interaction is, then a brief historical account of this field before looking at its importance. Definition of Human Factors and Brief History of the Concept Human factors is a scientific field that deals with the understanding of interactions between humans and other aspects of a system and the application of theories, data, principles and methods of design with the aim of maximizing human safety and the general system performance.
However, today the leading HPC programming model is Message Passing Interface (MPI). In present day computing, while writing a parallel program for multi-core systems in distributed environment may deploy an approach where both shared and distributed memory models are used. Moreover an interoperable, asynchronous, and reliable working environment is required for programmers and researchers to build the HPC applications. This paper reviews the existing MPI implementations in Java. Several assessment parameters are identified to analyze the Java based MPI models; including their strengths and weaknesses.
Reflection of software engineering in Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) The software engineering provides techniques to facilitate the development of computer projects. It deals with systematic and disciplined approach to the work and use of appropriate tools and optimum solutions for the problems to be solved. Software engineering uses the design principles and best practices for building quality software In a nutshell, it is the use of technologies and practices from computer science, design management and overall project management. Software engineering is a rich and emerging field. We can consider software engineering as a three dimensional model where each dimension is concerned with a particular aspect.
 Palpanas, Themis, Michail Vlachos, Eamonn Keogh, and Dimitrios Gunopulos. "Streaming time series summarization using user-defined amnesic functions. "Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on 20, no. 7 (2008): 992-1006.  Silva, Jonathan A., Elaine R. Faria, Rodrigo C. Barros, Eduardo R. Hruschka, André CPLF de Carvalho, and João Gama.
Data Protection Policy: Overview of the Data Protection Act 1998. Retrieved from http://www.soas.ac.uk/infocomp/dpa/policy/overview/.  University of Bradford (2007). Introduction to Research and Research Methods. Retrieved from http://www.brad.ac.uk/management/media/management/els/Introduction-to-Research-and-Research-Methods.pdf.