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Software Engineering: An Object-Oriented Perspective

by Eric J. Braude

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This book has been written to communicate the complexity of software engineering, a field that is on the rise. Braude has combined practical industrial experience with up-to-date academic experience to give the reader a feel for the complexity and important issues of real-world development. A longitudinal case study using IEEE standards is implemented throughout the book, along with many other examples, which enables the reader to understand the implications of quality factors, proper requirements documents, appropriate design, and appropriate project management techniques.

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