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Software engineering: methods, modeling and teaching

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Software engineering: methods, modeling and teaching

U. de Medellín
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Autor: Varios Autores

Editorial: U. de Medellín

U. de Medellín

Año de Edición: 2011

2011

Idioma: Español

Formato: Libro Impreso

ISBN: 9789588692326

9789588692326
Since the emergence of software engineering in the late 1960\'s as a response to the software crisis, researchers throughout the world are trying to give theoretical support to this discipline. Several points of view have to be reviewed in order to complete this task. In the middle 70\'s Frederick B...
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Since the emergence of software engineering in the late 1960\'s as a response to the software crisis, researchers throughout the world are trying to give theoretical support to this discipline. Several points of view have to be reviewed in order to complete this task. In the middle 70\'s Frederick Brooks Jr. coined the term "silver bullet" suggesting the solution to several problems rela-ted to software engineering and, hence, we adopted such a metaphor as a symbol for this book. Methods, modeling, and teaching are the insights reviewed in this book. Some work related to these topies is presented by software engineering researchers, led by Ivar Jacobson, one of the most remarkable researchers in this area. We hope our work will contribute to advance in giving the theoretieal support that software engineering needs.Methods, modeling, and teaching are the insights reviewed in this book. Some work related to these topies is presented by software engineering researchers, led by Ivar Jacobson, one of the most remarkable researchers in this area. We hope our work will contribute to advance in giving the theoretieal support that software engineering needs.
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Preface

Whywe need a theory for software engineering
Ivar Jacobson
lan Spence


The SEMAT initiative: a call for action
Ivar Jacobson
Bertrand Meyer
Richard Soley


A proposal of a software development project kernel
Hanna Oktaba
Magdalena Dávila Muñoz


A balanced and adaptable method for software development in very small enterprises: the blue watch variant
jonas Montilva C.
William Montilva C.
Judith Barrios A.


Watch: a suite of methods for facilitating facilitate software development
process adaptability
Judith Barrios A.
Jonas Montilva Calderon


Dealing with the human side
Marcel Simonette
Edison Spina


Towards information mining engineering  
Ramón García-Martínez
Paola Britos
Patricia Pesado
Rodolfo Bertone
Florencia Pollo-Cattaneo
Darío Rodriguez
Pablo Pytel
Juan Vanrell


A process for requirements conceptualization  
Alejandro Hossian Osear Dieste
Ramón Gurciu-Murtinez


An overview of risk management in the acquisition of software and services
Gloria Piedad Gasea Hurtado
José A. Calvo-Manzano
Tomás San Feliú
Guillermo González-Catderán


Adoption oftotal quaJity approaches in requirements engineering
Nuhur Meléndez A Raya
José Gallardo Arancibiu
Liliana González Palucio
Claudio Meneses
Guillermo González-Calderon


A method for assigning percentages to cause-and-effect diagram in the UNC- method context  
Carlos M. Zapata
Gloria L. Giraldo
Katherine Villumizur


Rules for generating oasis specifications from pre-conceptual schemas
Carlos M. Zapata
Roberto A. Munjarrés
Maryem Ruiz


On the semantics of domain specific transformation languages: implementatio issues
Claudiu Pons
Jerónimo lrazábal
Roxana Giandini
Gabriela Pérez


Conceptual modeling of ernbedded systems
Liliana González Palucio
Guillermo González-Calderón
José Gallurdo Arancibia
Germán Urreqo-Giraldo


A repJicated experiment to evaluate the applicability of a use case precedence diagram-based approach in software development projects
José Antonio Pow-Sanq

Tracing models to support business process models throughout the software development lifecycle  
Marta S. Tobares

Domain-centered testing of a systems conceptual model
Germán Urrego-Giraldo
Gloria L. Giraldo


Capturing the essence of software engineering-an academia perspective
OFSEMAT
Shihong Huang

A proposal for software engineering education based on a joint project
Bell Manrique Losada
Gloria Piedad Gasea Hurtado
Guillermo Gonzúlez-Calderón


Building virtuallearning objects that accomplish today CBR system requirements
Juliún Gaviria Giralda
Jovani Alberto jiménez Builes
Wiliam Alfonso Arévalo Camacho


Continuous improvement strategies of software development processes applied to classroom teaching
Fabio Alberto Vargas Agudelo
Daría Enrique Soto Duran
Wiliam Alfonso Arévalo Camacho


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