This student guide accompanies the main text that gives a treatment of software engineering paradigms and the methods, procedures and tools that compromise the technology. It covers testing and metrics for object-oriented systems and includes many examples and problems.
Part 1 The product and process: the product; the process. Part 2 Managing software projects: project management concepts; software processes and project metrics; software project planning; risk management; project scheduling and tracking; software quality assurance; software configuration management. Part 3 Conventional methods for software engineering: system engineering; analysis concepts and principles; analysis modelling; design concepts and principles; design methods; design for real-time systems; software testing methods; software testing strategies; technical metrics for software. Part 4 Object-oriented software engineering: object-oriented concepts and principles; object-oriented analysis; object-oriented design; object-oriented testing; technical metrics for object-oriented systems. Part 5 Advance topics in software engineering: formal methods for software engineering; cleanroom software engineering; software reuse; re-engineering; client-server software engineering; computer-aided software engineering; the road ahead.
Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach by Roger S. Pressman
Roger S. Pressman
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