An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012. gada 6. dec. - 497 lappuses
A lot has changed in the fast-moving area of software engineering since the first edition of this book came out. However, two particularly dominant trends are clearly discernible: focus on software processes and object-orientation. A lot more attention is now given to software processes because process improvement is con sidered one of the basic mechanisms for improving quality and productivity. And the object-oriented approach is considered by many one of the best hopes for solving some of the problems faced by software developers. In this second edition, these two trends are clearly highlighted. Aseparate chapter has been included entited "Software Processes. " In addition to talking about the various development process models, the chapter discusses other processes in soft ware development and other issues related to processes. Object-orientation figures in many chapters. Object-oriented analysis is discussed in the chapter on require ments, while there is a complete chapter entitled "Object-Oriented Design. " Some aspects of object-oriented programming are discussed in the chapter on coding, while specific techniques for testing object-oriented programs are discussed in the chapter on testing. Overall, if one wants to develop software using the paradigm of object -orientation, aB aspects of development that require different handling are discussed. Most of the other chapters have also been enhanced in various ways. In particular, the chapters on requirements specification and testing have been considerably enhanced.
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abstract activities analysis approach attributes automated axioms basic behavior chapter client COCOMO code reviews cohesion components considered criteria criterion cyclomatic complexity data flow diagram data structures defined detailed design detected determine development process discussed document earlier effort equivalence class errors evaluation example factors failure intensity faults formal given goal Hence identify implementation information hiding inheritance interface language logic major management process methods metrics module mutants mutation needed node object diagram operations overall parameters paths performed PG courses Pref problem domain project management prototype relationship reliability represent requirements specification risk satisfy set of test shown in Figure software development software engineering software process software system specified statement structure chart structured programming system design techniques total number transform understand unit testing unreachable code valid variables verification waterfall model