Oxford University Press, NY, 1992, 588 pgs, Illistrations, Exercises, Readings, Index.
Condition: Very Good, large blueand white glossy hardcover, light edgewear but unmarked, clean and tight pages and binding. Some smudges to textblock edges, pages only lightly thumbed-through; appears unread.
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Item DescriptionTHE SOFTWARE PROCESS -- What is Software Engineering, Models of the Software Process, Software Engineering as Problem Solving, Facts, Myths, & Perceptions, Some Final Comments;
REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS & MODELING -- Approaching Requirements Analysis, The Configuration Management Case Study, Modeling Techniques, Implicit Requirements, The Next Step;
MODELING-IN-THE-LARGE -- Decomposition & Composition, Structured Analysis & Structured Design, Jackson System Development & Programming, Comparisons & Alternatives; MODELING-IN-THE-SMALL -- Implementing the System, Encapsulation Techniques, The Program Proof, Concluding Observations on Modeling;
VERIFICATION & VALIDATION--On the Importance of Being Ernest, Before the Programs Exist, After the Programs Exist, The Clean Room, A Summing Up;
MANAGING THE PROCESS -- Overview of Management, Principles of Software Project Management, Process Improvement Technologies, Some Final Observations.