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Software engineering : a practitioner's approach

Author: Roger S Pressman; Bruce R Maxim
Publisher: New York, NY : McGraw-Hill Education, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Eighth editionView all editions and formats

Providing a more targeted, prescriptive, and focused approach, this guide to software engineering includes 39 chapters that are organized into five parts - Process, Modeling, Quality Management,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger S Pressman; Bruce R Maxim
ISBN: 9780078022128 0078022126
OCLC Number: 907276749
Description: xxx, 941 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1) The Nature of Software2) Software EngineeringPart One - The Software Process3) Software Process Structure4) Process Models5) Agile Development6) Human Aspects of Software EngineeringPart Two - Modeling7) Principles That Guide Practice8) Understanding Requirements9) Requirements Modeling: Scenario-Based Methods10) Requirements Modeling: Class-Based Methods11) Requirements Modeling: Behavior, Patterns, and Web/Mobile Apps12) Design Concepts13) Architectural Design14) Component-Level Design15) User Interface Design16) Pattern-Based Design17) WebApp Design18) MobileApp DesignPart Three - Quality Management19) Quality Concepts20) Review Techniques21) Software Quality Assurance22) Software Testing Strategies23) Testing Conventional Applications24) Testing Object-Oriented Applications25) Testing Web Applications26) Testing MobileApps27) Security Engineering28) Formal Modeling and Verification29) Software Configuration Management30) Product MetricsPart Four - Managing Software Projects31) Project Management Concepts32) Process and Project Metrics33) Estimation for Software Projects34) Project Scheduling35) Risk Management36) Maintenance and ReengineeringPart Five - Advanced Topics 37) Software Process Improvement38) Emerging Trends in Software Engineering39) Concluding CommentsAppendix I - An Introduction to UML Appendix II - Object-Oriented ConceptsAppendix III - Formal Methods
Responsibility: Roger S. Pressman, Bruce R. Maxim.


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