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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
Electronic resources (Books)
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
C Sledge; Carnegie-Mellon University. Software Engineering Institute.
|ISBN:||3540559639 9783540559634 0387559639 9780387559636|
|Notes:||Proceedings of the Sixth SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education.|
|Description:||xi, 451 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Toward a discipline for software engineering.- Is software engineering?.- Software Engineering Education in the 1990s - The way forward.- Experience with a course on architectures for software systems.- On teaching the rational design process.- Teaching an industry-oriented software engineering course.- Integrating research, reuse, and integration into software engineering courses.- Software reuse in an educational perspective.- Panel discussion: Industry requirements for academic and continuing education programs in software engineering.- Formal methods and the engineering paradigm.- Formal methods for software engineers: Tradeoffs in curriculum design.- Teaching protocol engineering in honours year.- Across the wire: Teaching software engineering at a distance.- Panel.- Teaching software verification and validation to software practitioners.- (Continuing) education of software professionals.- The software engineering - Patent law interface: A practitioner's view.- A joint Master's level software engineering subtrack.- Planning for software engineering education within a computer science framework at Marshall University.- Integrating object-oriented software engineering in the computer science curriculum.- Putting the engineering into software engineering a tutorial for the Sixth SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education.- Educating model-based software engineers.- Continuing education and training for software process improvement.- Software process training: A formal and informal approach at McDonnell Douglas Electronic Systems Company.- Undergraduate Software Engineering Laboratory at Texas A&M University.- Software engineering course projects: Failures and recommendations.- Use of the individual exchange project model in an undergraduate software engineering laboratory.- Creating a software engineering training program in a Level 1 organization.- Corporate software engineering education for six sigma: Course development and assessment of success.- The IBM Cleanroom software engineering technology transfer program.- Experiences with an interactive video code inspection laboratory.- Panel.- The influence of software engineering paradigms on individual and team project results.- Engineering principles and software engineering.|
|Series Title:||Lecture notes in computer science, 640.|
|Responsibility:||C. Sledge, (ed.).|
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- réutilisation logiciel.
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