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Overview

Based on a curriculum module originally written for the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, this text provides students with an introduction to the role of design in software engineering. The book surveys a wide range of design methods and evaluates their strengths and weaknesses in various applications. The author adopts a neutral approach, concentrating on the role of design in software development creating a more effective tutorial text for students.

Features

  • Provides a balanced introduction to software design, reviewing the leading design methods, both formal and informal, from a neutral viewpoint.
  • Describes and evaluates a wide range of different design methods, including JSP, SSA/SD, JSD, object-oriented and object- based design
  • Focuses on design principles and strategies, which can be directly applied in practice.

This book provides engineers and programmers with an introduction to the role of design in Software Engineering. The book evaluates popular design methods and compares their strengths and limitations in different applications. Emphasizing the role of design, the book provides an ideal tutorial for software engineers and programmers.

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A guide that compares the strengths and limitations of the software design methods used most widely by software engineers. Methods examined include SSA/SD, JSP, JSD, object-oriented design, SADT, SSADM, and VDM. The author gives an analysis of the nature of the design process as applied to software, and of the consequences this has for design methods. He emphasizes design principles and strategies, including practical examples of different methods at work. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201722192
  • Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 8/8/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.54 (h) x 1.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Publisher's Acknowledgements
Pt. 1 The Role of Software Design 1
Ch. 1 The Nature of the Design Process 3
Ch. 2 The Software Design Process 25
Ch. 3 Design in the Software Development Process 45
Ch. 4 Design Qualities 63
Pt. 2 Transferring Design Knowledge 87
Ch. 5 Describing a Design Solution 89
Ch. 6 Transferring Design Knowledge 105
Ch. 7 Some Design Representations 127
Ch. 8 The Rationale for Method 175
Ch. 9 Design Processes and Design Strategies 193
Ch. 10 Design Patterns 213
Pt. 3 Design Practices 231
Ch. 11 Stepwise Refinement 233
Ch. 12 Incremental Design 241
Ch. 13 Structured Systems Analysis and Structured Design 257
Ch. 14 Jackson Structured Programming (JSP) 289
Ch. 15 Jackson System Development (JSD) 315
Ch. 16 Designing with Objects 341
Ch. 17 Component-Based Design 401
Ch. 18 A Formal Approach to Design 419
Ch. 19 Whither Software Design? 441
Bibliography 451
Index 461
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2004

    Hope it's better than the first edition

    I had a class in which we used the first edition of this book. Unfortunately, the instructor relied heavily on the book, and unfortunately, the book sucks. I did well in the class because I was already familiar with the concepts we studied. If I had to depend on this book, I'd have failed. I can't describe how poorly written, outdated, monotonous, repetitious, and JUST PLAIN WRONG this book is.

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