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Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach

Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach

9th Edition
By Roger Pressman and Bruce Maxim
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ISBN13: 9781259872976
Copyright: 2020
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1) Software and Software Engineering

Part One - The Software Process

2) Process Models

3) Agility and Process

4) Recommended Process Model

5) Human Aspects of Software Engineering

Part Two - Modeling

6) Principles That Guide Practice

7) Understanding Requirements

8) Requirements Modeling - A Recommended Approach

9) Design Concepts

10) Architectural Design - A Recommended Approach

11) Component-Level Design

12) User Experience Design

13) Design for Mobility

14) Pattern-Based Design

Part Three - Quality and Security

15) Quality Concepts

16) Reviews - A Recommended Approach

17) Software Quality Assurance

18) Software Security Engineering

19) Software Testing - Component Level

20) Software Testing - Integration Level

21) Software Testing - Specialized Testing for Mobility

22) Software Configuration Management

23) Software Metrics and Analytics

Part Four - Managing Software Projects

24) Project Management Concepts

25) Creating a Viable Software Plan

26) Risk Management

27) A Strategy for Software Support

Part Five - Advanced Topics

28) Software Process Improvement

29) Emerging Trends in Software Engineering

30) Concluding Comments

Appendix I - An Introduction to UML

Appendix II - Data Science for Software Engineers

About the Author

Roger Pressman

Roger S. Pressman is an internationally recognized authority on software process improvement and software engineering technologies. He was president of R. S. Pressman and Associates Inc., a consultancy specializing in software engineering and is also the founder and chief technology officer of EVANNEX®, an automotive aftermarket company that specializes in the design and manufacture of accessories for the Tesla line of electric vehicles.

Bruce Maxim

Bruce R. Maxim has worked as a software engineer, project manager, professor, author, and consultant for more than thirty years. Dr. Maxim is a professor of computer and information science and collegiate professor of engineering at the University of Michigan—Dearborn. Dr. Maxim’s professional experience includes managing research information systems at a medical school, directing instructional computing for a medical campus, and working as a statistical programmer. Dr. Maxim served as the chief technology officer for a game development company.

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