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Discussion of software development activities, including software process models, analysis, design, implementation, testing, project management and advanced topics. Both traditional and object-oriented methods are considered.
3 lecture hours
Prerequisite: CP213, CP217 or CP264
|Lecture A||MW||-||BA202||Mr. David Brown|
To learn software engineering concepts by completing a major group project, including:
You are responsible for storing all your project work on your own memory sticks, Laurier network storage, or other media. We strongly suggest that you keep at least two copies of your work at all times, for memory sticks can fail, or be lost.
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|Tests (2 @ 15% each):||30%|
There are two tests of 1 hour, each to be done at the beginning of a lecture. The tests cover the theoretical material of the course and are based upon the text readings of the preceding weeks as well as lecture and project material.
The project involves the object-oriented analysis, design, and implementation of a case study by the entire class working as a group. Marks are assigned depending on the quality of individual contributions to each phase of the project.
Note: this schedule is subject to change.
|1||Intro to CP317
The Scope of Object-Oriented Software Engineering
Software Life-Cycle Models
|2||The Software Process
The Requirements Workflow
The Analysis Workflow
|4||The Tools of the Trade
|5||From Modules to Objects|
|7||The Design Workflow||Test 1, Wednesday,|
|8||The Implementation Workflow|
|10||Reusability and Portability|
|11||Planning and Estimating|
|12||More on UML|
|13||Project Demo||Test 2, Wednesday,|
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