Software Engineering Notes: A Software is a computer programs that when executed provide desired functions and performance. From the word Software, Software engineering comes into the picture, which states that it is a discipline whose aim is the production of quality software that is delivered on time, within budget and that satisfies its requirements.
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Unit wise notes consist of following topics:-
Unit – 1: Software and Software engineering. Software characteristics, software crusts, software engineering paradigms.Planning a software project-software cost estimation, project scheduling, personal planning, team structure.
Unit – 2: Software configuration management, quality assurance, project monitoring, disk management. Software requirement analysis-structured analysis, object-oriented analysis and data modeling, software requirement specification, validation.
Unit – 3: Design and implementation of software – software design fundamentals, design methodology (structured design and object-oriented design). Design verification, monitoring, and control coding. Software reliability: metric and specification, fault avoidance and tolerance, exception handling, defensive programming.
Unit – 4: Testing – Testing fundamentals, white box, and black box testing software testing software testing strategies: unit testing, integration testing, validation testing, system testing, debugging. Software Maintenance – maintenance characteristics, maintainability, maintenance tasks, maintenance side effects.
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