Soft_engg_lecture01 - Software Engineering Asim Banerjee 5th January 2010 [email protected] Course Schedule and Organization Semester VI

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Software Engineering Asim Banerjee 5 th January 2010 [email protected]
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IT314 - Software Engineering 2 Course Schedule and Organization Semester VI Course for B.Tech. (ICT) Course Structure 3–0–3–4.5 2 lectures per week of 90 minutes duration Tuesday 9:30 to 10:55 Wednesday 9:30 to 10:55 3 lab hours per week 14:00 to 17:00 Lab004 Monday Group 3 Tuesday Group 4 Wednesday Group 1 Thursday Group 2
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IT314 - Software Engineering 3 Course Evaluation (Tentative) POP Quizzes 10% 1 st Mid Semester Examination 10% 2 nd Mid Semester Examination 10% Lab work 10% Project work 30% End Semester Examination 25% Overall impression 5%
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IT314 - Software Engineering 4 What is/are your expectation(s) out of this course?
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IT314 - Software Engineering 5 Course Objectives (1/2) 1. To understand the philosophy & justification for software engineering approach to software development. 2. To provide knowledge in software process improvement in general, and into the personal software development process in particular. 3. Appreciate that software development is an engineering discipline and is highly process focused.
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IT314 - Software Engineering 6 Course Objectives (2/2) 1. On completion of the course a student will be able to: a) Understand basic concepts of software engineering process b) Work within a standard development process c) Document process and product measurements d) Effectively utilize personal design and code reviews e) Analyze process data and propose improvements
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7 Course Methodology (1/4) Each Group (1 to 4) has been divided into 6 project teams of 9 or 10 members each. Each of the 24 teams would be doing software projects. They would execute the projects using the software engineering principles that are taught in class. All the projects would go through the different phases of the software development life cycle. NOTE: You are expected to sit with your teams in the lectures/lab and other components of the course.
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IT314 - Software Engineering 8 Course Methodology (2/4) Each project team would have to select a team member as their team leader. The project topic can be finalized in consultation with the TAs/Course instructor and notified by 17:00 hrs. on 15 th January 2009 through e-mail. Sample project topics would be sent to you shortly for reference. For all course related matters send e-mails to [email protected]
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9 Course Methodology (3/4) For certain quizzes, the team would be represented by some “selected” members from the team. The performance of the “selected” members in the quizzes would be treated as the performance of each team member in that quiz. The
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course IT 315 taught by Professor Asimbanerjee during the Spring '07 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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Soft_engg_lecture01 - Software Engineering Asim Banerjee 5th January 2010 [email protected] Course Schedule and Organization Semester VI

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