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  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    Most software products are too large to be completed by a single person in a short period. To make the development manageable, the software must be divided into components that can be developed (and later maintained) ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    In traditional engineering design, preparation of a sequence of documents precedes the actual construction begins. Each document is used for review and analysis and, after revision, serves as input to the next phase in ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    Testing is sometimes viewed as an add on step in software development - something you do to demonstrate that the product is ready for use. Test planning is often postponed until the development is near its end. This results ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    This paper provides an introduction to the Software Quality Research Laboratory at the University of Limerick.
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    Improperly designed interfaces can make modular programs almost indistinguishable from monoliths. An interface encapsulates design decisions only if it need not be changed when those design decisions are changed. This talk ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    Unless you have a complete and precise description of a product's requirements, it is very unlikely that those requirements will be satisfied. An incomplete or inconsistent requirements document can mislead developers. A ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    Software is devilishly hard to inspect. Serious errors can escape attention for years. Consequently, many are hesitant to employ software in safety-critical applications and developers and users are finding the correction ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    The Professor David Lorge Parnas Inaugural Lecture, discussing why software quality research is important, what topics he will be studying and how research at the Software Quality Research Laboratory (SQRL) will be conducted.

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