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Table of Contents Contents Part 1 Introduction to Software Engineering Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Professional software development 1.2 Software engineering ethics 1.3 Case studies Chapter 2: Software processes 2.1 Software process models 2.2 Process activities 2.3 Coping with change 2.4 The Rational Unified Process Chapter 3: Agile software development 3.1 Agile methods 3.2 Plan-driven and agile development 3.3 Extreme programming 3.4 Agile project management 3.5 Scaling agile methods Chapter 4: Requirements engineering 4.1 Functional and non-functional requirements 4.2 The software requirements document 4.3 Requirements specification 4.4 Requirements engineering processes 4.5 Requirements elicitation and analysis 4.6 Requirements validation 4.7 Requirements management Chapter 5: System modeling 5.1 Context models 5.2 Interaction models 5.3 Structural models 5.4 Behavioral models 5.5 Model-driven engineering Chapter 6: Architectural design 6.1 Architectural design decisions 6.2 Architectural views 6.3 Architectural patterns 6.4 Application architectures Chapter 7: Design and Implementation 7.1 Object-oriented design using the UML 7.2 Design patterns 7.3 Implementation issues 7.4 Open source development Chapter 8: Software testing 8.1 Development testing 8.2 Test-driven development 8.3 Release testing 8.4 User testing Chapter 9: Software Evolution 9.1 Evolution processes 9.2 Program evolution dynamics 9.3 Software maintenance 9.4 Legacy system management Part 2 Dependability and Security Chapter 10: Socio-technical Systems 10.1 Complex systems 10.2 Systems engineering 10.3 System procurement 10.4 System development 10.5 System operation Chapter 11: Dependability and Security 11.1 Dependability properties 11.2 Availability and reliability 11.3 Safety 11.4 Security Chapter 12: Dependability and Security Specification 12.1 Risk-driven requirements specification 12.2 Safety specification 12.3 Reliability specification 12.4 Security specification 12.5 Formal specification Chapter 13: Dependability Engineering 13.1 Redundancy and diversity 13.2 Dependable processes 13.3 Dependable systems architectures 13.4 Dependable programming Chapter 14: Security Engineering 14.1 Security risk management 14.2 Design for security 14.3 System survivability Chapter 15: Dependability and Security Assurance 15.1 Static analysis 15.2 Reliability testing 15.3 Security testing 15.4 Process assurance 15.5 Safety and dependability cases Part 3 Advanced Software Engineering Chapter 16: Software Reuse 16.1 The reuse landscape 16.2 Application frameworks 16.3 Software product lines 16.4 COTS product reuse Chapter 17: Component-based Software Engineering 17.1 Components and component models 17.2 CBSE processes 17.3 Component composition Chapter 18: Distributed Software Engineering 18.1 Distributed systems issues 18.2 Client—server computing 18.3 Architectural patterns for distributed systems 18.4 Software as a service Chapter 19: Service-oriented Architecture 19.1 Services as reusable components 19.2 Service engineering 19.3 Software development with services Chapter 20: Embedded Systems 20.1 Embedded systems design 20.2 Architectural patterns 20.3 Timing analysis 20.4 Real-time operating systems Chapter 21: Aspect-oriented software engineering 21.1 The separation of concerns 21.2 Aspects, join points and pointcuts 21.3 Software engineering with aspects Part 4 Software management Chapter 22: Project management 22.1 Risk management 22.2 Managing people 22.3 Teamwork Chapter 23: Project planning 23.1 Software pricing 23.2 Plan-driven development 23.3 Project scheduling 23.4 Agile planning 23.5 Estimation techniques Chapter 24: Quality management 24.1 Software quality 24.2 Software standards 24.3 Reviews and inspections 24.4 Software measurement and metrics Chapter 25: Configuration management 25.1 Change management 25.2 Version management 25.3 System building 25.4 Release management Chapter 26: Process improvement 26.1 The process improvement process 26.2 Process measurement 26.3 Process analysis 26.4 Process change 26.5 The CMMI process improvement framework
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