Presents the basic principles behind the concepts, problems and solutions of software productivity. Divided into three parts—a survey of software engineering, programming structures and documentation—it offers a unified perspective of software engineering. Describes how to assess complexity, appraise requirements definition, evaluate design, quantify quality and validate products.
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Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
The Structured Revolution.
The Intellectual Management of Complexity.
Software and Software Engineering.
Empirical Foundations of Formal Software Metrics.
Perspectives of Software Problems.
Models of Software Structures: The Entity-Relationship Concept.
The Science of Software Design.
A Unified Theory of Software Design.
Program and Module Design.
Software Design Tools.
The Data Dictionary.
Levels of Documentation.
Forms and Documentation Design.
Introduction to Sets.
Introduction to Functions.