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An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering

Author: Pankaj Jalote
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1997.
Series: Undergraduate texts in computer science.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
This textbook provides an introduction to software engineering for undergraduate students of computer science. Its emphasis is on a case study approach in which a project is developed through the course of the book illustrating the different activities of software development. The sequence of chapters is essentially the same as the sequence of activities performed during a typical software project. All activities,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pankaj Jalote
ISBN: 9781468493122 1468493124 9781468493146 1468493140 0387948996 9780387948997
OCLC Number: 858919311
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (XIV, 497 pages 50 illustrations)
Contents: 1 Introduction --
1.1 The Software Problem --
1.2 Software Engineering Problem --
1.3 The Software Engineering Approach --
1.4 Summary --
1.5 Overview of the Book --
Exercises --
2 Software Processes --
2.1 Software Process --
2.2 Characteristics of a Software Process --
2.3 Software Development Process --
2.4 Project Management Process --
2.5 Software Configuration Management Process --
2.6 Process Management Process --
2.7 Summary --
Exercises --
3 Software Requirements Analysis and Specification --
3.1 Software Requirements --
3.2 Problem Analysis --
3.3.1 Characteristics of an SRS --
3.4 Validation --
3.5 Metrics --
3.6 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study --
4 Planning a Software Project --
4.1 Cost Estimation --
4.2 Project Scheduling --
4.3 Staffing and Personnel Planning --
4.4 Software Configuration Management Plans --
4.5 Quality Assurance Plans --
4.6 Project Monitoring Plans --
4.7 Risk Management --
4.8 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study Plan --
5 Function-Oriented Design --
5.1 Design Principles --
5.2 Module-Level Concepts --
5.3 Design Notation and Specification --
5.4 Structured Design Methodology --
5.5 Verification --
5.6 Metrics --
5.7 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study --
6 Object-Oriented Design --
6.1 OO Analysis and OO Design --
6.2 Concepts --
6.3 Design Notation and Specification --
6.4 Design Methodology --
6.5 Metrics --
6.6 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study --
7 Detailed Design --
7.1 Module Specifications --
7.2 Detailed Design --
7.3 Verification --
7.4 Metrics --
7.5 Summary --
Exercises --
8 Coding --
8.1 Programming Practice --
8.2 Verification --
8.3 Metrics --
8.4 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study --
9 Testing --
9.1 Testing Fundamentals --
9.2 Functional Testing --
9.3 Structural Testing --
9.4 Testing Object-Oriented Programs --
9.5 Testing Process --
9.6 Metrics --
Reliability Estimation --
9.7 Summary --
Exercises --
Case Study --
References.
Series Title: Undergraduate texts in computer science.
Responsibility: by Pankaj Jalote.

Abstract:

This undergraduate-level textbook provides a first course in software engineering. It covers every phase of software development from requirements through to testing and uses a running case study as  Read more...

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