This book provides a comprehensive introduction to various mathematical approaches to achieving high-quality software. An introduction to mathematics that is essential for sound software engineering is provided as well as a discussion of various mathematical methods that are used both in academia and industry. The mathematical approaches considered include: Z specification language Vienna Development Methods (VDM) Irish school of VDM (VDM) approach of Dijkstra and Hoare classical engineering approach of Parnas Cleanroom approach developed at IBM software reliability, and unified modelling language (UML). Additionally, technology transfer of the mathematical methods to industry is considered. The book explains the main features of these approaches and applies mathematical methods to solve practical problems. Written with both student and professional in mind, this book assists the reader in applying mathematical methods to solve practical problems that are relevant to software engineers.The use case view of the system includes the actors who are performing the sequence of actions. Bank Customer Admin WithdrawCashBalanceTransfer MaintainReports The next UML diagram considered is the sequence diagram which models the dynamic aspects of the system and shows the ... The customer inserts the card into the ATM machine and the PIN number is requested by the ATM machine.
|Title||:||Mathematical Approaches to Software Quality|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-08-27|