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Rapid advancements in the development of fast computing systems as well as computational techniques are expected to deliver enormous successes in the fields of aquatic ecology, environmental and/or water engineering. Through advancement of software technology, development of utility tools to create visualization of several ecological/ environmental/hydraulic processes has become comparatively easy. Through charismatic colour schemes, this visualization often produces significant impressions to the end-users and/or audience. People tend to forget the accuracies of these visualization clips/videos, often not demonstrated along with sufficiently acceptable scientific supporting accuracy protocol/measurements. In many cases overwhelming demonstration of attractive visualization supersedes the necessity of having/presenting proper accuracy testing. This article presents achievements of accuracies in the fields of ecological, environmental and hydraulic simulations compared to the developments of information technology (IT) and Software Engineering (SE). In regards to surface water hydrology, computational methods and processes are fairly simple and well-established. There is not much left to achieve in regards to accuracy. Further developments of IT and SE will have insignificant impact in relations to achieving higher accuracy. Integration of water quality components also simple and do not warrant the need for super-computing and further development of IT/SE. Similar is the case of lake hydrology and hydraulics; sufficient accuracy has been achieved. Further development of IT will have insignificant effect in terms of gaining more accuracy. However, it is possible to reduce the computational time for some long-period simulations. Accuracy can be much more improved through having good quality data, which often missing in many cases. (Developments of IT and SE in Comparison with Developments of Aquatic Modelling, Monzur Alam Imteaz)
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Last date updated on May, 2021