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To introduce the methodologies involved in the development and maintenance of Software throughout its life cycle. FAQs1. What is learnt from Software Engineering?Through Software Engineering, the student comes to know • Different Life Cycle Models • Phases of Software Life Cycle • Requirement process • Analysis, modeling and...
To introduce the methodologies involved in the development and maintenance of Software throughout its life cycle.
1. What is learnt from Software Engineering?
Through Software Engineering, the student comes to know • Different Life Cycle Models • Phases of Software Life Cycle • Requirement process • Analysis, modeling and specification • Architectural and detailed design concepts and principles • Implementation and validation techniques. • Verification and validation techniques • Project planning and management • Use of CASE Tools.
2. Where these concepts can be applied?
Each and every program needs some standard sequence of steps to be followed. Even a small program needs Algorithm, Flowcharts, Coding and Output.
3. In what way Software Engineering is different from Design and Analysis of Algorithm.
Design and Analysis of Algorithm course deals with the developing algorithm for solving problems and analyze the time and execution constraints. But the Software Engineering explains how to develop the solution, also it gives step by step process of generating the solution with available CASE Tools.
4. What is the future scope of the subject?
In view of Higher Education, software engineering can be extended by introducing new industrial standards and concepts/methodologies. Industry encourages the professionals having good knowledge about the latest model methodologies available in the software engineering market. This will help them to create a competitive product.
5. Where I can get more information about this course?
Using the Books like Software Engineering by Richard Fairley and Rogger Pressman, etc., by referring IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, you can get the latest methodologies available in this Course. 6. How to get expertise in this course? By applying the software engineering concepts to the projects which was already developed and by doing innovative projects by implementing the concepts of Software Engineering.