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CMPE131: Software Engineering Spring 2007 Greensheet | Schedule | Slides | Reference | Lab | Sample Reports Instructor: Jerry Zeyu Gao, Ph.D Office ENGR 267B Email: [email protected] URL: http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/gaojerry Course meeting place/time: Lecture: ENGR 331 , T/TR: 1:30pm - 2:20pm Office hours: Tuesday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm Thursday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm Course Catalog Description: Software engineering concepts, methodologies, and process models. It covers the subjects on software life cycle, software process models, project management and planning, software requirements engineering and analysis models, software design and specification methods, software verification and validation and quality assurance. Software engineering project. Prerequisites: CMPE 126. (for CMPE and Software Engineering Major Students) CMPE126 and ENGR100W provide students with a better knowledge background and skills to take this course. Students must submit a proof that you have completed CMPE126 within two weeks. Otherwise, you will be dropped from the class automatically. Required Textbooks and materials: Roger S. Pressman, Software Engineering - A Practitioner's Approach, The McGraw-Hill companies, Inc. http://product.half.ebay.com/Software-Engineering_W0QQtgZinfoQQprZ30505618 Class notes (online) Reference Books: [1] Frederick P. Brooks, JR., The Mythical Man-Month, the 1995 edition, Addison-Wesley, 1998. [2] Ian Sommerville, Software Engineering, fifth edition (1995), Addison-Wesley, 1998. [3] Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, Software Engineering - Theory and Practice, Prentice Hall, 1998. [4] Stephen R. Schach, Class and Object-Oriented Software Engineering, third edition, IRWIN, 1996
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Course Conduct: The course provides students practice-oriented experience to work on software engineering projects and labs. Through a software engineering project, students will learn how to plan and conduct a software project by going through different phases of a software engineering process, including, project planning, system analysis, software design, and implementation. Course load and grading policy: 2 tests 40% (each 20%) 1 Final exam 20% 4 homework assignments 10% (2.5% each) 1 quiz (pop) 5% One term project (team work) 20% Project Presentation 5% Grading policy: A-, A, A+ >= 90 B-, B, B+ >= 80 and < 90 C-, C, C+ >= 70 and < 80 D >= 60 and < 70 F < 60 Course Goals and Objectives: 1.
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