Schaum's Outline of Software Engineering [NOOK Book]

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Overview

Tough Test Questions? Missed Lectures? Not Enough Time?



Fortunately for you, there's Schaum's Outlines. More than 40 million students have trusted Schaum's to help them succeed in the classroom and on exams. Schaum's is the key to faster learning and higher grades in every subject. Each Outline presents all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You also get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills.



This Schaum's Outline gives you



  • Practice problems with full explanations that reinforce knowledge

  • Coverage of the most up-to-date developments in your course field

  • In-depth review of practices and applications



Fully compatible with your classroom text, Schaum's highlights all the important facts you need to know. Use Schaum's to shorten your study time-and get your best test scores!



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071406208
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 6/24/2002
  • Series: Schaum's Outline Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 842,779
  • File size: 7 MB

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Software Life Cycle 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Software Life Cycle Models 3
Chapter 2 Software Process and Other Models 7
2.1 The Software Process Model 7
2.2 Data Flow Diagrams 9
2.3 Petri Net Models 10
2.4 Object Models 11
2.5 Use Case Diagrams 14
2.6 Scenarios 15
2.7 Sequence Diagrams 15
2.8 Hierarchy Diagrams 16
2.9 Control Flow Graphs 16
2.10 State Diagrams 17
2.11 Lattice Models 19
Chapter 3 Software Project Management 30
3.1 Introduction 30
3.2 Management Approaches 30
3.3 Team Approaches 31
3.4 Critical Practices 32
3.5 Capability Maturity Model 33
3.6 Personal Software Process 34
3.7 Earned Value Analysis 35
3.8 Error Tracking 36
3.9 Postmortem Reviews 37
Chapter 4 Software Project Planning 47
4.1 Project Planning 47
4.2 WBS--Work Breakdown Structure 47
4.3 PERT--Program Evaluation and Review Technique 50
4.4 Software Cost Estimation 54
Chapter 5 Software Metrics 72
5.1 Introduction 72
5.2 Software Measurement Theory 73
5.3 Product Metrics 76
5.4 Process Metrics 83
5.5 The GQM Approach 83
Chapter 6 Risk Analysis and Management 91
6.1 Introduction 91
6.2 Risk Identification 91
6.3 Risk Estimation 92
6.4 Risk Exposure 92
6.5 Risk Mitigation 94
6.6 Risk Management Plans 94
Chapter 7 Software Quality Assurance 99
7.1 Introduction 99
7.2 Formal Inspections and Technical Reviews 99
7.3 Software Reliability 101
7.4 Statistical Quality Assurance 102
Chapter 8 Requirements 112
8.1 Introduction 112
8.2 Object Model 112
8.3 Data Flow Modeling 113
8.4 Behavioral Modeling 114
8.5 Data Dictionary 116
8.6 System Diagrams 117
8.7 IEEE Standard for Software Requirements Specification 118
Chapter 9 Software Design 127
9.1 Introduction 127
9.2 Phases of the Design Process 128
9.3 Design Concepts 130
9.4 Measuring Cohesion 132
9.5 Measuring Coupling 135
9.6 Requirements Traceability 136
Chapter 10 Software Testing 145
10.1 Introduction 145
10.2 Software Testing Fundamentals 145
10.3 Test Coverage Criterion 146
10.4 Data Flow Testing 154
10.5 Random Testing 155
10.6 Boundary Testing 157
Chapter 11 Object-Oriented Development 169
11.1 Introduction 169
11.2 Identifying Objects 171
11.3 Identifying Associations 175
11.4 Identifying Multiplicities 178
Chapter 12 Object-Oriented Metrics 183
12.1 Introduction 183
12.2 Metrics Suite for Object-Oriented Design 184
12.3 The MOOD Metrics 189
Chapter 13 Object-Oriented Testing 199
13.1 Introduction 199
13.2 MM Testing 200
13.3 Function Pair Coverage 201
Chapter 14 Formal Notations 208
14.1 Introduction 208
14.2 Formal Specifications 208
14.3 Object Constraint Language (OCL) 210
Index 219
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2008

    Inadequate as a stand-alone text, superb as a supplement

    Software engineering is a complex topic, especially when you try to describe what you are doing and measure how well you are doing it. Describing what you are doing is done using models and modeling language and the techniques used for measuring are known as metrics. One of the primary reasons why so many software development projects end in failure is because the models are poorly constructed or the metrics don¿t exactly measure what is happening. This book can help in both of these areas. In keeping with the tradition of the Schaum¿s Outline series, a short section of explanatory text with worked examples are given, followed by sets of review questions and problems. All of the questions and problems are then worked out in detail. While it cannot serve as a primary source for learning software engineering, it is an excellent supplemental text and source of problems.

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