01 - Software Engineering - II (Course Outline)

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COURSE OUTLINE Course Code CS-643 Course Title Software Engineering – II Credit Hours 3 Prerequisite Knowledge and Experience in Object Oriented Programming Software Engineering Processes Amis and Objectives Critically analyze and apply a range of concepts, principles, and practices of the subject in the context of loosely specified problems, showing effective judgment in the selection and use of tools and techniques. Produce work involving problem identification, analysis, design, and development of a software system, along with appropriate documentation. The work must show some problem-solving and evaluation skills drawing on some supporting evidence and demonstrate a requisite understanding of and appreciation for quality. Requirements: Identify and analyze criteria and specifications appropriate to specific problems, and plan strategies for their solution. Design and Implementation: Specify, design, and implement computer-based systems. Appreciation of the interplay between theory and practice. Significant project experience. Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles, and theories relating to computer science and software applications.
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Understand and apply essential concepts, principles, and practices in the context of well-defined scenarios, showing judgment in the selection and application of tools and techniques. Understanding of unification and RUP Analysis and design of object oriented Learning Outcomes Drawing differences in different industrial project development standards. Be able of implementing analysis of real world objects to software objects and their designing. Able enough to implement basic design principles in software applications. Text Book Craig Larman “Applying UML and design patterns”, 2 nd Edition Week Lecture Topi c Source Book-Chapter No. Section No. Recommendations for Learning Activities
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