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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.).|
Presents the proceedings of an international conference on software engineering education and training. The contributors address various aspects involved in applying the principles and methods of traditional engineering disciplines to software design.
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- Software engineering -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Congresses.
- méthode formelle.
- réutilisation logiciel.
- enseignement informatique.
- génie logiciel.
- Génie logiciel -- Étude et enseignement (Supérieur) -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
- Software engineering -- Study and teaching (Higher)
- Didacticiels -- Congrès.