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Professor Luqi is working on risk reduction and firming up requirements for complex real-time systems via computer-aided prototyping. She has developed techniques for rapidly eliciting and refining requirements for these systems based on repeated demonstrations of automatically generated prototypes for these systems. This capability enables testing and adjusting system and software requirements rapidly and at low cost, before committing to full-scale system development and acquisition. These techniques can also prevent system integration problems, reduce risks of developing systems that do not accomplish their goals, and can provide computer aid for incremental system re-engineering and gradual conversion of legacy code to maintainable Ada implementations with understandable designs. She is also working on requirements modeling for large and complex real-time systems and on automated software reuse. Prof. Luqi teaches courses on software prototyping, requirements modeling, software design, design of real-time systems using Ada, and software design automation.
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