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MELJUN CORTES JEDI-Software Engineering Instructor's Manual (V1.2)

MELJUN CORTES JEDI-Software Engineering Instructor's Manual (V1.2)

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J.E.D.I
SoftwareEngineering
Version 1.2July 3, 2006
Software Engineering 1
 
J.E.D.I
Author
Ma. Rowena C. Solamo
Team
Jaqueline AntonioNaveen AsraniDoris ChenOliver de GuzmanRommel FeriaJohn Paul PetinesSang ShinRaghavan SrinivasMatthew ThompsonDaniel Villafuerte
Requirements For the Laboratory Exercises
Minimum Hardware Configuration
Microsoft Windows operating systems
:
Processor
: 500 MHz Intel Pentium III workstation orequivalent
Memory
: 384 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Solaris
TM
operating system
:
Processor
: 450 MHz UltraTM 10 workstation or equivalent
Memory
: 384 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Linux operating system
:
Processor
: 500 MHz Intel Pentium III workstation orequivalent
Memory
: 384 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Recommended Hardware Configuration
Microsoft Windows operating systems
:
Processor
: 780 MHz Intel Pentium III workstation orequivalent
Memory
: 512 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Solaris
TM
operating system
:
Processor
: 500 MHz UltraTM 60 workstation or equivalent
Memory
: 512 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Linux operating system
:
Processor
: 800 MHz Intel Pentium III workstation orequivalent
Memory
: 512 megabytes
Disk space
: 125 megabytes of free disk space
Operating System
Below is a list of operating systems that Sun JavaTM Studio Enterprise 8 runson.
Solaris 9 and 10 Operating Systems on SPARC Platform
Solaris 10 Operating System on x86 and AMDx64 Platform
Windows XP and Windows 2000Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 is provided, but not supported on the followingoperating systems:
Linux
Software
Sun Java Studio Enteprise 8 runs on J2SE JDK 5.0 (Java
TM
2 JDK, StandardEdition), which consists of the Java Runtime Environment plus developerstools for compiling, debugging and running application written in the Java
TM
language.For more information, please visit http://developers.sun.com.Software Engineering 2
 
J.E.D.I
Table of Contents
1 Introduction to Software Engineering..................................................................71.1 Software Engineering- A Layered View..........................................................71.1.1 Quality Focus.....................................................................................81.1.2 Process.............................................................................................81.1.3 Method.............................................................................................81.1.4 Tools................................................................................................81.2 Quality within the Development Effort.........................................................101.2.1 What is quality?................................................................................101.2.2 How do we define quality? ................................................................101.2.3 How do we address the Quality Issues?................................................111.3 Software Quality Assurance and Techniques.................................................121.3.1 Software Quality...............................................................................121.3.2 Characteristics of a Well-engineered Software........................................121.3.3 Software Quality Assurance Activities...................................................131.3.4 Formal Technical Reviews...................................................................131.4 The Software Process...............................................................................171.4.1 Types of Software Process Models........................................................181.4.2 Factors that Affect the Choice of Process Model......................................241.5 Understanding Systems............................................................................251.6 Understanding People in the Development Effort...........................................291.6.1 End-users........................................................................................291.6.2 Development Team...........................................................................311.7 Documentation in the Development Effort....................................................321.7.1 What is documentation?.....................................................................321.7.2 Criteria for Measuring Usability of Documents........................................331.7.3 Important of Documents and Manuals..................................................341.8 Exercises...............................................................................................351.8.1 Specifying Boundaries........................................................................351.8.2 Practicing the Walkthrough.................................................................351.9 Project Assignment..................................................................................352 Object-oriented Software Engineering................................................................362.1 Review of Object-oriented Concepts............................................................362.1.1 Abstraction......................................................................................372.1.2 Encapsulation...................................................................................382.1.3 Modularity.......................................................................................382.1.4 Hierarchy........................................................................................392.2 Object-oriented Process Model...................................................................432.3 Object-oriented Analysis and Design...........................................................442.3.1 Object-oriented Analysis....................................................................442.3.2 Object-oriented Design......................................................................452.4 Unified Modeling Language (UML)...............................................................482.4.1 Modeling Activity..............................................................................482.4.2 UML Baseline Diagrams......................................................................513 Requirements Engineering...............................................................................613.1 Requirements Engineering Concepts...........................................................613.2 Requirements Engineering Tasks................................................................623.2.1 Inception.........................................................................................623.2.2 Elicitation........................................................................................643.2.3 Elaboration......................................................................................673.2.4 Negotiation......................................................................................673.2.5 Specification....................................................................................68
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