by Prof.Roger Pressman
0 recommended No reviews yet
ABOUT THE BOOK
Software Engineering by Prof.Roger Pressman is suggested as reference book for studying the following subjects:
Software Engineering in Computer Engineering Semester 6 (Mumbai University)
About The Book
Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach, available in paperback, is a well-structured consolidated guide catering to the needs of the students who want to study the subjects that come under software engineering.
This book is made up of thirty two chapters. These chapters are categorized within five sections to make learning easier for the readers. The overview of software engineering is covered in the beginning of the book to help readers get a picture of what the book is about. Different sections deal with various topics of software engineering.
In Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach, the first section is all about process models and development using the agile methodology. The second deals with concepts like modelling requirements. It also discusses various designing concepts like component-level design, web app design, architectural design, pattern-based design and user interface design.
The third section explores the concepts about quality management. Various concepts like review techniques, software-testing strategies and object-oriented applications are discussed. The fourth part is dedicated to topics like metrics, estimation of projects, scheduling, risk management and re-engineering.
The fifth section is all about improving the processes. The book also consists of two appendices at the end, along with an explanation about UML and object-oriented concepts, to help readers get a broad idea about the concept. Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach, the 7th edition, was published on 1st April, 2009. It attempts to help readers understand the methods that are used throughout by the software engineers and tries to keep them away from methods that are secondary.