Australian software engineering; proceedings.TK5105
Australian software engineering; proceedings.
Australian Software Engineering Conference The Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC) is Australasia's leading forum for exchanging project experiences and new research results in software engineering. (2005: Brisbane, Australia)
Computer Society Press, [c]2005
Thirty-five papers delivered during the March 2005 conference explore model driven software development, requirements engineering (programming) Requirements Engineering - The task of capturing, structuring, and accurately representing the user's requirements so that they can be correctly embodied in systems which meet those requirements (i.e. are of good quality).
DOORS is one product to help with this task. , project management, testing and verification, formal methods, architecture, components, and reuse reuse - Using code developed for one application program in another application. Traditionally achieved using program libraries. Object-oriented programming offers reusability of code via its techniques of inheritance and genericity. . Two of the papers discuss curriculum development in educating undergraduate software engineers and quality assurance in a student-based agile software engineering process. Other topics include consistent code generation form UML (Unified Modeling Language) An object-oriented analysis and design language from the Object Management Group (OMG). Many design methodologies for describing object-oriented systems were developed in the late 1980s. models, automatic measurement of a QoS metric for web service recommendation, a comparison of reverse engineering tools based on design pattern decomposition decomposition /de·com·po·si·tion/ (de-kom?pah-zish´un) the separation of compound bodies into their constituent principles.
1. , formulating the design of enterprise applications as a search problem, and a formal method for program slicing. No subject index is provided.