William D Clinger
Software Engineering, Ninth Edition.
Considers software development as a systematic process, involving specification, design, documentation, implementation, testing, and maintenance. Examines software process models; methods for software specification; modularity, abstraction, and software reuse; issues of software quality. Students, possibly working in groups, will design, document, implement, test, and modify software projects.
Prerequisites: CS 3500 (object-oriented design) and CS 3800 (theory of computation)
Last updated 19 March 2013.