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  • Meade, Anne; Deeptimahanti, Deva Kumar; Johnston, Michael; Buckley, Jim; Collins, J.J. (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    Parallelizing serial software systems in order to run in a High Performance Computing (HPC) environment presents many challenges to developers. In particular, the extant literature suggests the task of decomposing ...
  • Buckley, Jim; O'Brien, Michael P.; Power, Norah (2006)
    Several authors have proposed information seeking as an appropriate perspective for studying software maintenance activities. However, there is little research in the literature describing holistic information-seeking ...
  • O'Brien, Michael P.; Buckley, Jim; Exton, Chris (IEEE Computer Society, 2005)
    It is the view of many computer scientists that the standard of empirical software engineering research leaves scope for improvement. However, there is also an increasing awareness in the software engineering community ...
  • Yates, Rebecca Yolande (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Many software developers struggle to understand code written by others, leading to increased maintenance costs. Research on program comprehension to date has primarily focused on individual developers attempting to ...
  • Sharif, Khaironi Yatim (University of Limerick, 2012)
    Several authors have proposed information seeking as an important perspective for the study of software maintenance and evolution, and have characterized information seeking empirically in commercial software evolution ...
  • Meade, Anne (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Parallelising serial software systems presents many challenges. In particular, the task of decomposing large, data-intensive applications for execution on distributed architectures is described in the literature as ...

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