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The Grand Challenges to Computational Science conference held last January attracted over 100 scientists from major universities, national laboratories, and industrial research centers. The author reports some of the highlights of the conference.
Software systems development has been plagued by cost overruns, late deliveries, poor reliability, and user dissatisfaction. This article presents a paradigm for the study of software project management that is grounded in the feedback systems principles of system dynamics.
While structure analysis is sometimes used as a first step towards a real-time software design with concurrent tasks, a more appropriate task structure can often be based directly on concurrent patterns in the problem environment.
System designers can quantify the complexity of a software design by using a trio of finely tuned design metrics.
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