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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Course Overview CS 577a Software Engineering I Barry Boehm Aug 27, 2007
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Outline Software Engineering Definition and Learning Objectives Importance of trust, honoring commitments Comparison of CS 510 and CS577a Class Overview Nature of Projects Incremental Commitment Model Project Structure, Schedule, and Risks Course Mechanics 08/27/07 ©USC-CSSE 2
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering CS 577 Learning Objectives 08/27/07 ©USC-CSSE 3 Requirements, Architecture Design, Code Test, Implement, Maintain Computer Science CS Focus User Applications Economics People “ Software Engineering:” The disciplines which distinguish the coding of a computer program from the development of a software product. Prepare you for software leadership careers through the 2040’s - Agility , discipline, COTS/OSS, model service-based systems Integrate all these considerations - Via value-based, Incremental Commitment Model (ICM) project experience Stages Issues
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Most Important Learning Objective: Honoring Commitment Leadership is built on a bedrock of trust Trust is built on a bedrock of commitments Three major commitments in CS577a Commitment to specialize in Software Engineering or take CS577b as way to get on priority waitlist Checked at LCO, LCA reviews, CS577b Commitment to USC copyright and academic integrity standards Checked via copying-identification tools Commitment to your team and clients to collaborate, produce high quality artifacts or schedule Checked via LCO, LCA peer assessments 5% of grade based on honoring commitments Can be up to 2 grade-level loss 08/27/07 ©USC-CSSE 4
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Waiting List Priorities Project course limited to 132 students 22 projects at 6 students per team DEN/IV&V option not limited to off-campus students Priorities for wait-listed students 1. Enrolled and committed to MSCS-SW Engr 2. Committed to take CS 577b 3. Enrolled and committed to MS programs mandating CS 577a 4. Hardship cases 5. Other: Do homework; hope for open slots If too many unenrollable students, we will run a version of CS577a in Summer 2007 Commitments will be monitored for authenticity 08/27/07 ©USC-CSSE 5
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering 08/27/07 ©USC-CSSE 6
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Reuse of Others’ Work Personal Use (read, experiment with) OK, within your access rights Offered for credit or sale (class, journal, product) OK within your access and usage rights Also need to acknowledge source Team projects for course Reuse among team members usually OK, but check
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course CSCI 577A taught by Professor Boehm,brown during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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