Software Engineering

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New Age International, 2005 - Software engineering - 494 pages
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This Book Is Designed As A Textbook For The First Course In Software Engineering For Undergraduate And Postgraduate Students. This May Also Be Helpful For Software Professionals To Help Them Practice The Software Engineering Concepts.The Second Edition Is An Attempt To Bridge The Gap Between What Is Taught In The Classroom And What Is Practiced In The Industry . The Concepts Are Discussed With The Help Of Real Life Examples And Numerical Problems.This Book Explains The Basic Principles Of Software Engineering In A Clear And Systematic Manner. A Contemporary Approach Is Adopted Throughout The Book. After Introducing The Fundamental Concepts, The Book Presents A Detailed Discussion Of Software Requirements Analysis & Specifications. Various Norms And Models Of Software Project Planning Are Discussed Next, Followed By A Comprehensive Account Of Software Metrics.Suitable Examples, Illustrations, Exercises, Multiple Choice Questions And Answers Are Included Throughout The Book To Facilitate An Easier Understanding Of The Subject.

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The book is a good reference to the software engineering and the contents are easy to understand. Written in simple language. There is no complecated terms

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please provide soft copy for this book

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