Description - Schaum's Outline of Software Engineering by David Gustafson
Software engineering is the science of developing software. Schaum's Outline of Software Engineering presents the theory and techniques of software engineering, provides solved-problems of practical examples, and demonstrates techniques. This book is useful to students and professors in software engineering courses and degree programs and also to the software professionals who need to improve their skills in developing software. Enrollments in Software Engineering courses at Universities: 40,000 Courses making use of this Outline are: the Introductory Programming course; and the Software Engineering Projects course offered in departments of Computer Science These courses are generally taken in the second or third of the university curribulum. MH publishes two of the leading textbooks with an On-Line Learming Center for instructors and students, which includes Discussion, Tips, and Solutions. Roger Pressman, Software Engineering, 5/e, 0073655783, McGraw-Hill, Co., 2000, 84.69, with 12,892 of this edition sold in 2000. Stephen Schach, Classical and Object-Oriented Software Engineering with UML (C++/JAVA), 4/e, 0072901683, McGraw-Hill, Co., 80.6
3, 1999, with 6,532 of this edition sold in 2000.
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