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California State University Stanislaus
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Cs 4800 - Software Engineering

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CS 4800 Software Engineering Fall 2001 Time Instructor Class web site Office hours Textbook Text web site Prerequisites MWF 1 25 PM to 2 23 PM Edward L Lamie Email lamie altair csustan edu Room P 159 Office P 284 Phone 667 3183 http www cs csustan edu lamie cs4800 main htm Mon Wed 11 15 AM to 12 15 PM Tue 9 30 AM to 12 30 PM Classical and Object Oriented Software Engineering 5th Edition by Stephen Schach McGraw Hill Publishing Company 2001 ISBN 0 07 239559 1 http www mhhe com engcs compsci schach5 CS 3050 File Processing and CS 3100 Data Structures Course Description We will emphasize large software product development in this course We will study and utilize techniques that have been found to be useful in the management of such projects For most of the semester you will be working in teams on a project chosen by your team and with the agreement of your instructor Class time will be used at the beginning of the semester for lecture and organization of the project but will soon become a time for team meetings and progress reports with the instructor We will use C as our primary software engineering tool to aid in the analysis design and implementation of the software project Grading the Project Most of your final grade i e 80 will be based on the work you do on your project Your work will be judged on the basis of successful utilization of methodologies correctness of code and documentation and correctness and readability of the documentation The grade will be computed as follows 10 Individual Written Oral Assignments You will be assigned end of chapter problems from the textbook Your task is to prepare brief written typed double spaced solutions to these problems and to orally present your solutions to the class Make certain that you include the date the textbook page number the problem number and a restatement of the problem itself in your written solution Consult the class web site for a sample Page 1 of 3 30 Weekly Progress Reports Each team will submit a written



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