Introduction to Software Engineering (Software Engineering) Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Notes | EduRev

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CS 501: Software Engineering 
Fall 2000 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Software Engineering 
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CS 501: Software Engineering 
Fall 2000 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Software Engineering 
Course Administration 
Web site:  www.cs.cornell.edu/cs501-fa00 
Instructor:  William Arms 
Teaching assistants:   Ken Hopkinson, Amy Siu 
Assistant:  Rosemary Adessa 
Computer lab:  Computer Science Undergraduate Lab, 
Upson Hall, Room 315/317. 
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CS 501: Software Engineering 
Fall 2000 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Software Engineering 
Course Administration 
Web site:  www.cs.cornell.edu/cs501-fa00 
Instructor:  William Arms 
Teaching assistants:   Ken Hopkinson, Amy Siu 
Assistant:  Rosemary Adessa 
Computer lab:  Computer Science Undergraduate Lab, 
Upson Hall, Room 315/317. 
Code of Conduct 
?  Software Engineering is a collaborative activity.  You are 
encouraged to work together, but ... 
?  Some tasks may require individual work. 
?  Always give credit to your sources and collaborators. 
Good professional practice:  To make use of the expertise of others 
and to build on previous work, with proper attribution.  
Unethical and academic plagiarism:  To use the efforts of others 
without attribution. 
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CS 501: Software Engineering 
Fall 2000 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Software Engineering 
Course Administration 
Web site:  www.cs.cornell.edu/cs501-fa00 
Instructor:  William Arms 
Teaching assistants:   Ken Hopkinson, Amy Siu 
Assistant:  Rosemary Adessa 
Computer lab:  Computer Science Undergraduate Lab, 
Upson Hall, Room 315/317. 
Code of Conduct 
?  Software Engineering is a collaborative activity.  You are 
encouraged to work together, but ... 
?  Some tasks may require individual work. 
?  Always give credit to your sources and collaborators. 
Good professional practice:  To make use of the expertise of others 
and to build on previous work, with proper attribution.  
Unethical and academic plagiarism:  To use the efforts of others 
without attribution. 
Projects 
?  Project teams, about 5 to 7 people. 
?  Select your own project, any branch of software engineering 
?  Real project for real client who intends to use the software in 
production. 
?  Feasibility study and plan:  September 13 
?  Presentations: 
 requirements 
 design 
 final 
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CS 501: Software Engineering 
Fall 2000 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Software Engineering 
Course Administration 
Web site:  www.cs.cornell.edu/cs501-fa00 
Instructor:  William Arms 
Teaching assistants:   Ken Hopkinson, Amy Siu 
Assistant:  Rosemary Adessa 
Computer lab:  Computer Science Undergraduate Lab, 
Upson Hall, Room 315/317. 
Code of Conduct 
?  Software Engineering is a collaborative activity.  You are 
encouraged to work together, but ... 
?  Some tasks may require individual work. 
?  Always give credit to your sources and collaborators. 
Good professional practice:  To make use of the expertise of others 
and to build on previous work, with proper attribution.  
Unethical and academic plagiarism:  To use the efforts of others 
without attribution. 
Projects 
?  Project teams, about 5 to 7 people. 
?  Select your own project, any branch of software engineering 
?  Real project for real client who intends to use the software in 
production. 
?  Feasibility study and plan:  September 13 
?  Presentations: 
 requirements 
 design 
 final 
Project Selection 
?  Some suggested projects on the web site 
?  Recitation section on Monday to suggest projects 
Contact potential clients: 
?  Gain idea of their expectations 
?  Estimate scope and complexity of the project 
?  Discuss business decisions 
Assemble project team 
?  Advertise on the web site 
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