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Course Overview Stephen M. Thebaut, Ph.D. University of Florida CEN 5035 Software Engineering
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Contact Info Instructor : Steve Thebaut, E314-A Office Hours: Wed/Fri 9:30-10:30 or by appt. e-mail: smt AT cise DOT ufl DOT edu Phone: (352) 505-1564 TA : TBD
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Description A graduate-level survey of fundamental concepts and principles underlying current and emerging methods, tools, and techniques for the cost-effective engineering of high-quality software systems. NOT a “programming” course. Focuses on surveying some of the critical aspects of SE that may be less familiar to students of computer science. E.g.:
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Description (cont’d) identifying a development process appropriate to the circumstances, eliciting and documenting requirements, indentifying appropriate design techniques, employing effective verification and validation strategies (e.g., reviews & inspections, formal methods) throughout the software development lifecycle, software maintenance, and software project management.
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Prerequisites Familiarity with programming using a high-level language (C, C++, Java, etc.) Basic knowledge of algorithms, data structures (linear lists, etc.), and discrete math (symbolic logic) Taking CEN 5035 is generally inadvisable for students who have successfully completed an undergraduate- level software engineering survey course. Registered students who have already taken CEN 6070 and who have not received permission to take CEN 5035 will be administratively dropped from the course.
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Prerequisites Familiarity with programming using a high-level language (C, C++, Java, etc.) Basic knowledge of algorithms, data structures (linear lists, etc.), and discrete math (symbolic logic) Taking CEN 5035 is generally inadvisable for students who have successfully completed an undergraduate- level software engineering survey course. Registered students who have already taken CEN 6070 and who have not received permission to take CEN 5035 will be administratively dropped from the course.
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New policy for students who have already taken CEN 4072/6070 Students who have already completed CEN 4072/6070 may take CEN 5035, but in modified form. Instead of being tested on the "Intro to Proofs of Correctness" material in Exam 2, you will be given questions covering two additional chapters from the Sommerville text. The two chapters will probably be Chap. 16, Software reuse, and Chap. 25, Configuration management.
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