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Syllabus for SSE 657

Object-Oriented Project Methods

Early version; changes are very likely.

Fall Semester 2010 (10F)

 

 


Instructor: Dr. Paul E. MacNeil

Office:       Suite 223a, School of Engineering

Phone:       478-301-2185

Email:        macneil_pe@mercer.edu

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Catalog Description (Course Purpose):

Covers the software development life cycle. General object oriented analysis techniques (OOA) for software and system specifications are presented and applied to develop application domain models and requirements specifications. Techniques for transforming the requirements specifications into designs are presented and applied to develop language independent object oriented designs (OOD). A modern specification language such as UML will beused. Iterative and incremental software processes.

This course begins on August 24, 2010.

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Course Objectives:

Breadth and Depth in Defining, Analyzing, and Solving Complex Problems:

Communicate Technical Aspects of the Solution for Complex Software Engineering Problems to a Technical Audience:

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Prerequisites:

SSE 550.

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Class Location:

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Grading:

 

Item
Percent of Term Grade
Project 1 (solo)
30
Project 2 (solo)
30
Project 3 (team)
30
Listserv contributions
10

More information about grading is contained in the General Project Rubric .

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Changes to this Syllabus:

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Schedule of Events and Assignments:

Start Date
End Date
Activity/Event
August 24 , 2010 December 13, 2010 Course in Progress
August 23, 2010 September 27, 2010 Work on Project 1

September 27, 2010 Project 1 due.

November 11, 2010 Project 2 due.

December 13, 2010 Project 3 due.
  December 13, 2010 Course ends. Firm date.

 

Notes:

tbd

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