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Schaum's Outline Series

Schaum's Outline Series

SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF

SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF Theory and Problems of SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

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    14 2.5 Use Case Diagrams CHAPTER 2

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    16 2.8 Hierarchy Diagrams A hierarc

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    22 CHAPTER 2 Software Process and O

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    24 The called class is at the head

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    26 new book 4. Draw a data flow dia

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    28 10. Write additional scenarios f

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    Software Project Management 3.1 Int

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    32 EXAMPLE 3.2 Company WRT has an I

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    34 Level 2: Repeatable—This level

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    36 Work Task 3.8 Error Tracking CHA

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    38 Project Name Project X Managemen

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    40 CHAPTER 3 Software Project Manag

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    42 4. What is the advantage of maki

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    44 CHAPTER 3 Software Project Manag

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    46 Fitting a straight line would sh

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    48 3. Every task must have a comple

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    50 Implementation Code the image ca

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    52 Table 4-2 Subtask ID Start Time

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    54 Table 4-3 Subtasks with Slack Ti

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    56 The estimate for the standard de

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    58 CHAPTER 4 Software Project Plann

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    60 Table 4-8 Function Point Weights

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    62 4.4.7 AUTOMATED ESTIMATION TOOLS

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    64 CHAPTER 4 Software Project Plann

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    66 If there are loops in a WBS, it

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    68 2. Create a WBS for the dental o

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    70 CHAPTER 4 Software Project Plann

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    Software Metrics 5.1 Introduction 7

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    74 Classical measurement theory aut

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    76 5.3 Product Metrics Product metr

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    78 EXAMPLE 5.9 Calculate the cyclom

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    80 EXAMPLE 5.11 Calculate Halstead

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    82 Time, T Next, Halstead wanted to

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    84 3. Explain why money is a ratio

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    CHAPTER 5 Software Metrics 87 Answe

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    CHAPTER 5 Software Metrics 89 7. Ca

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    Risk Analysis and Management 6.1 In

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    CHAPTER 6 Risk Analysis and Managem

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    CHAPTER 6 Risk Analysis and Managem

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    CHAPTER 6 Risk Analysis and Managem

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    Software Quality Assurance 7.1 Intr

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    CHAPTER 7 Software Quality Assuranc

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    CHAPTER 7 Software Quality Assuranc

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 113 EXAMPLE

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 115 The esse

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 117 Copy ID

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 119 2.2 Prod

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 121 3. What

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 123 5. Draw

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    CHAPTER 8 Requirements 125 10. Draw

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    Software Design 9.1 Introduction De

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 129 patro

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 131 Abstr

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 133 z=0;

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 135 See F

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 137 Tom a

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 139 6.6 6

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    CHAPTER 9 Software Design 143 See F

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    Software Testing 10.1 Introduction

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 147 In

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 149 val

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 157 EXA

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 159 10.

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 163 Sta

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 165 if

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    CHAPTER 10 Software Testing 167 See

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    Object-Oriented Development 11.1 In

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    CHAPTER 11 Object-Oriented Developm

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    Object-Oriented Metrics 12.1 Introd

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    CHAPTER 12 Object-Oriented Metrics

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    Object-Oriented Testing 13.1 Introd

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    CHAPTER 13 Object-Oriented Testing

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    CHAPTER 13 Object-Oriented Testing

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    CHAPTER 13 Object-Oriented Testing

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    CHAPTER 13 Object-Oriented Testing

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    CHAPTER 14 Formal Notations 209 the

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    CHAPTER 14 Formal Notations 211 lib

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    CHAPTER 14 Formal Notations 213 3.

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    CHAPTER 14 Formal Notations 215 Ans

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    Z 1 (see Operand) Z 2 (see Operator

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    INDEX 221 Lack of Cohesion in Metho

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    INDEX 223 Software metrics (see Met

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