Software Engineering Fundamentals

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9780198090502

Publication date:

09/10/2012

Paperback

688 pages

265.0x195.0mm

Price: 450.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198090502

Publication date:

09/10/2012

Paperback

688 pages

265.0x195.0mm

First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

The book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process. Designed to introduce readers to the environment where software products are developed, this book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process.

Suitable for: Designed to introduce readers to the environment where software products are developed, this book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process.

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First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

Description

The book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process. Designed to introduce readers to the environment where software products are developed, this book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process. Software metrics (attributes) are defined and utilized to measure the properties of software products and manage their manufacturing. Software production is described in full detail, and many of the interim products of this process are described with enough specifications to permit the creation of a fine draft by the reader. The use of models for estimating size, cost, and reliability, scheduling, and risk assessment is encouraged, and explicit guidelines are provided for virtually any task a software engineer may be assigned.

First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

Table of contents

UNIT ONE: INTRODUCTION.
chapter 1. Overview of System and Software Development Life Cycles.
chapter 2. Case Studies.
chapter 3. Technical Planning.
UNIT TWO: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN.
chapter 4. Software Specifications and Requirement Analysis.
chapter 5. Software Specification Tools.
chapter 6. Software Development Environment.
chapter 7. Software Design .
chapter 8. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.
UNIT THREE: IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE.
chapter 9. Fundamentals of Coding.
chapter 10. Software System Test and Integration.
chapter 11. Module Level Testing.
chapter 12. Debugging.
chapter 13. Software Maintenance and Maintainability.
UNIT FOUR: SOFTWARE METRICS OR ATTRIBUTES.
chapter 14. Software Attributes and Their Estimation.
chapter 15. Software Development Resource Estimation.
chapter 16. Software Development Risk Assessment and Containment.
chapter 17. Reliability.
chapter 18. Software Quality and Quality Assurance.
UNIT FIVE: SPECIAL TOPICS.
chapter 19. Real-Time Software.
chapter 20. Human Factors in Software Engineering.

First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

Features

  • Offers extensive coverage of software metrics, reliability, resource estimations, risk management, planning, text and integration process, and technical management.
  • Introduces the notion of using sofware metrics (attributes) as a management tool to evaluate and control the development process.
  • Provides explicit guidance for virtually every task that a software engineer may be assigned.
  • Uses realistic case studies and examples extensively to reinforce conceptual material.
  • Encourages the use of modeling techniques while emphasizing the need to calibrate models with actual data and includes separate chapters on real-time software and human factors.

First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

First Edition

Ali Behforooz & Fredericks J. Hudson

Description

The book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process. Designed to introduce readers to the environment where software products are developed, this book elaborates the concept of software development as an engineering process. Software metrics (attributes) are defined and utilized to measure the properties of software products and manage their manufacturing. Software production is described in full detail, and many of the interim products of this process are described with enough specifications to permit the creation of a fine draft by the reader. The use of models for estimating size, cost, and reliability, scheduling, and risk assessment is encouraged, and explicit guidelines are provided for virtually any task a software engineer may be assigned.

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Table of contents

UNIT ONE: INTRODUCTION.
chapter 1. Overview of System and Software Development Life Cycles.
chapter 2. Case Studies.
chapter 3. Technical Planning.
UNIT TWO: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN.
chapter 4. Software Specifications and Requirement Analysis.
chapter 5. Software Specification Tools.
chapter 6. Software Development Environment.
chapter 7. Software Design .
chapter 8. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.
UNIT THREE: IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE.
chapter 9. Fundamentals of Coding.
chapter 10. Software System Test and Integration.
chapter 11. Module Level Testing.
chapter 12. Debugging.
chapter 13. Software Maintenance and Maintainability.
UNIT FOUR: SOFTWARE METRICS OR ATTRIBUTES.
chapter 14. Software Attributes and Their Estimation.
chapter 15. Software Development Resource Estimation.
chapter 16. Software Development Risk Assessment and Containment.
chapter 17. Reliability.
chapter 18. Software Quality and Quality Assurance.
UNIT FIVE: SPECIAL TOPICS.
chapter 19. Real-Time Software.
chapter 20. Human Factors in Software Engineering.

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