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Security Systems Based On Eye Movement Tracking Methods

Journal of Al-Qadisiyah for Computer Science and Mathematics, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 70-78

This survey presents an overview of eye-tracking techniques for various security systems, provides insights into using eye-tracking techniques in security systems. This paper classifies the techniques using some researches. Researches depend on characteristics of eye tracking data, which includes viewer and stimuli aspects, also it does depend on characteristics related to visualization methods. This work contributed in explain some of the security systems that depend on eye gaze tracking, the
consequences, the positive and negative aspects resulting from the use of eye gaze tracking in the security system, presents the strengths and weaknesses to keep in mind in future. The work finally presents a comparison between those security systems for facilitating choose the more accurate and effective system.

Assessing Attributes to Software Resources for minimize the Development Life Cycle

Rafid Nabil Jaffar

Journal of Al-Qadisiyah for Computer Science and Mathematics, 2016, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 115-124

The Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE), approach emphasize on acquisition and integration of components to accomplish complex and large-scale software solutions. The benefits from using a CBSE approach include, system quality improvement, shorter time-to-market, and improved management of complexity of software. However, the focus of development move to issues like selection, integration, evaluation and evolution of components in the system. Underestimating the technical risks associated with selection, evaluation, and integration of software components can result in long schedule delays and high development/maintenance cost.
This paper introduces basic concepts of CBSE and Commercial-Off-The-Shelf, COTS, components. Driving factors for the use of COTS components are presented together with potential benefits and key issues to consider in order to successfully adapt to a CBSE approach. The intent is also to point out possible risks that are typically not present when developing traditional, and not use CBSE for software systems. Specifically the basic CBSE issues of system reliability, development process, and real-time system development are presented.