Software Engineering and Environment examines the various aspects of software development, describing a number of software life cycle models. Twelve in-depth chapters discuss the different phases of a software life cycle, with an emphasis on the object-oriented paradigm. In addition to technical models, algorithms, and programming styles, the author also covers several managerial issues key to software project management. Featuring an abundance of helpful illustrations, this cogent work is an excellent resource for project managers, programmers, and other computer scientists involved in software production.SSL System Specification Language (SSL) is a portion of Distributed Computing Design system (DCDS).0.1 ! ... Data flows in an SSL diagram are normally denoted by dashed lines, and control flows are normally denoted by solid lines.
|Title||:||Software Engineering and Environment|
|Author||:||Phillip C.-Y. Sheu|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|