Software Engg

Software Engg

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The book has been written according to the syllabus prescribed by the Directorate General of Employment and Training for the Craftsman Training Scheme and the Apprenticeship Training Scheme for the Electrical Trades (Electrician, Wireman and Lineman). The first volume covers what should be taught in the first year. The language is very simple and the concepts are explained with the help of clear illustrations. The theory is supported by practical applications of the concepts. A number of solved examples have been provided. At each chapter end is a set of unsolved numerical problems and review questions. Answers to these have been provided. These review questions are taken from the examination papers of the National Council for Vocational trades and from the All India Skill Competitions. This book will help trainees and apprentices prepare themselves for the final examination and for the job interviews. Key features Software estimation, software quality, software project management, risk management, COCOMO II model covered in detail. Discussions on software engineering tools, user interface issues, ISO 9001, and CMM. Cases and Term Projects. A case for study and analysis with questions for discussion related to the topics learnt at the end of each part. An integrated solution to the case using both the approaches-System and Object-Oriented-given at the end of the text. Three cases are given at the end of Part V, for the students to analyze and submit as term project.Basics of Software Engineering 2=HJ 1 l System User Manual is an instruction manual for the users of the system. ... responds to the action taken by the user. l System Maintenance Manual deals with system maintenance on a day-today basis.

Title:Software Engg
Author:Jawadekar W S
Publisher:Tata McGraw-Hill Education - 2004-06-01


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