Week 1 (No lecture Thursday)

Lectures: Software engineering overview [slides],

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Tutorials No tutorials in week 1

Week 2

Tuesday Lecture: Requirements Specification [slides], Homework 1 description, [Homework 1 Handout] ,
[Example Requirements], [Requirements Template Document], [Requirements Specification Guide], [Requirements Checklist].

Thursday Lecture: Use cases, Use Case Diagram, and Checklists. [slides],
Installation instructions for the Papyrus tool on Eclipse 4.2, [Example Use Case], [Use Case Template Document].

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: First Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial.

Week 3

Tuesday Lecture: Worlds Machine Model, Fundamentals of Design, [slides]. Thursday Lecture: UML Class Diagrams , Homework 2 Description .

Suggested Readings:

Week 4

Lectures: UML Sequence Diagrams, State Machines, Design Patterns, Architecture Model.

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Second Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial,

Week 5

Lectures: Going from Design to Code, version control, OO concepts , Coding Standards.

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 6 (No Lecture Thursday)

Lectures: Verification, validation and testing.

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Third Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial.

Week 7

Lectures: Coverage Metrics , Quality. [slides], [handout]

Suggested Readings:
LAB week

Week 8

Lectures: Process , Maintenance and Deployment. [slides], [handout]

Suggested Readings:
Fourth Tutorial (Optional)

Week 9

Lectures: Quality, Security Engineering, Licensing, IP.

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 10 (No lecture Thursday)

Lectures: Summary.
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