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Contents: Overheads to be used with Chapter 11 of “Truth in the Balance,” copyright 2003 by David Prentice, M.Ed., M.A.S.T. REVISION DATE 11/27/2010 This.

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1 Evaluation of Systems Analysis Methodologies in a Workflow Context Fahad Al-Humaidan, Computing Science, Newcastle University Nick Rossiter, Computing.

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for design diversity;  Investigate the effect of code coverage;  Economics  Perform a tradeoff study on testing and fault tolerance 18 Outline  Background and related work  Research methodology  Experimental setup  Evaluations on design diversity  Coverage-based testing strategies  Reliability modeling  Conclusion and future work 19 Project features  Complicated and real-world application  Large population of program//Init:13631% Function/Class/Object:14433% Algorithm// 4 7/118/11 8/11 (72.5%) /


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OOPSLA’05: Gil, Maman Micro Patterns in Java code The Unbelievable Simplicity of Real Object-Oriented Programming Itay Maman The Technion – Israel Institute.

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as implementation strategy and more. Use Aspect Oriented Programming as implementation strategy and more. 7 Design by Contract [B. Meyer] A practical methodology for evolving code together with its specification. A practical methodology for evolving code together with its specification. Classes define their responsibility precisely. Classes define their responsibility precisely. Class invariants, method preconditions and postconditions. Class invariants, method preconditions and postconditions. In eiffel/


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Code (continued) CLR loads .NET classes A second compilation, called a just-in-time (JIT) compilation is performed IL code is converted to the platform’s native code Figure 1-12 Execution steps for .NET C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design Step 5: Test and Debug Test the program to ensure consistent results Test Driven Development (TDD) Development methodologies built around testing Plan your/


Agile Development and Extreme Programming Svetlin Nakov National Academy for Software Development academy.devbg.org.

for Me?How It Works for Me? Develop Your Own MethodologyDevelop Your Own Methodology Development MethodologiesDevelopment Methodologies Agile DevelopmentAgile Development Extreme Programming (XP)Extreme Programming (XP) How It Works for Me?How It Works for Me? Develop Your Own MethodologyDevelop Your Own Methodology Development Methodologies Development Methodologies What is a Methodology? A methodology is a formalized process or set of practices for creating softwareA methodology// class Duplicate / 11./


CS 160: Software Engineering August 25 Class Meeting Department of Computer Science San Jose State University Fall 2014 Instructor: Ron Mak www.cs.sjsu.edu/~mak.

years) RequirementsUsually well definedOften unclear Program complexityRelatively simpleCan be very complex /11 Method  A method is a reusable technique or algorithm for solving a specific problem. This is the common definition of method, not to be confused with a method (operation) of a class/Methodology  “A methodology is a collection of methods for solving a class of problems.” Bernd Bruegge and Allen Dutoit, Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java, 3 rd ed.  “[A methodology/


University of Toronto at Scarborough © Kersti Wain-Bantin CSCC40 other methodologies 1 Method/Process = step-by-step description of the steps involved.

class model is stable (also the stages) Stages: Inception, Elaboration, Construction… Activities: Requirements, Analysis, Design… Philosophy: OO development promotes software which is robust and resilient to change University of Toronto at Scarborough © Kersti Wain-Bantin CSCC40 other methodologies 5 Unified Software Development Process (USDP) Public domain methodology for/Toronto at Scarborough © Kersti Wain-Bantin CSCC40 other methodologies 17 Pair programming means that code is written by two programmers /


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Object-Oriented Software Engineering: An Agile Unified Methodology by David Kung Copyright {c} 2014 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights Reserved.

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University of Toronto at Scarborough © Kersti Wain-Bantin CSCC40 other methodologies 1 Method/Process = step-by-step description of the steps involved.

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CS 160 and CMPE/SE 131 Software Engineering January 28 Class Meeting Department of Computer Science Department of Computer Engineering San José State University.

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