SE2011_01.ppt - Fall 2011 Course Syllabus Instructor Sergiu Dascalu Department of Computer Science and Engineering 1 The Instructor The Students The

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Fall 2011 Course Syllabus Instructor: Sergiu Dascalu Department of Computer Science and Engineering August 30, 2011 1
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The Instructor The Students The Course The Texts Initial Pointers Grading Scheme Policies A Look Ahead Tentative Schedule 2
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Instructor: Sergiu Dascalu Room SEM-236 Telephone 784-4613 E-mail [email protected] Web-site Office hours: TUE 11:00 am – 12:30 pm or by appointment or chance 3
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Registration as of today: CS 425: 42 students (35 + 7) Prerequisites: CS 446 Operating Systems, CH 201, ENG 102 4
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Catalog description : Lecture + Lab: 3 + 0; Credit(s): 3 Requirements specifications, structured analysis, modeling, top down design, testability, maintainability, portability, verification and validation, modification, configuration, management, reliability, efficiency, complexity, compatibility, modularity, interfacing, hardware and language issues. (Major capstone course.) Pre- requisite: CS446 Outline: This course covers the software development process, from requirements elicitation and analysis, through specification and design, to implementation, integration, testing, and evolution (maintenance). [continued on next page] 5
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Outline [cont’d] : A variety of concepts, principles, techniques, and tools are presented, covering topics such as software processes, project management, people management, software requirements, system models, architectural and detailed design, user interface design, programming practices, verification and validation, and software evolution.
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