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Tag Archives: Software Engineering
Andre Oboler, David McG. Squire and Kevin B. Korb, Why don’t we practice what we teach? Engineering Software for Computer Science Research in Academia, Tech. Report 2003/139, School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Monash University
The development process used by researchers often seems to be random and unsystematic. A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is often not considered, internal commenting is scarce, and external documentation take the form of erasure marks left on whiteboards. Configuration … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, Examining the use of Software Engineering by Computer Science Researchers, Education Students’ Third Regional Research Conference
Abstract Software Engineering, the art and science of building better software, is a core requirement of most computer science curriculum. Many departments have been renamed from “computer science” to “computer science and software engineering”. In this paper we present a … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, David McG. Squire and Kevin B. Korb, Why don’t we practice what we teach? Engineering Software for Computer Science Research in Academia, ICSERA’03
The development process used by academic researchers often seems unsystematic. A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is seldom considered, commenting is scarce, and external documentation consists of erasure marks left on whiteboards. Configuration management is paid lip-service, but is not … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, The KEBN Process: A new approach to Knowledge Engineering with Bayesian Nets, School of CSSE, Monash University
Traditional and Object Oriented approaches to software development have models for the development life cycle of large software systems. Even when not followed in detail, life cycle models provide useful guidance to a complex task. The development of large scale … Continue reading