Concise Encyclopedia of Software Engineering

This Concise Encyclopedia of Software Engineering is intended to provide compact coverage of the knowledge relevant to the practicing software engineer.

Concise Encyclopedia of Software Engineering

This Concise Encyclopedia of Software Engineering is intended to provide compact coverage of the knowledge relevant to the practicing software engineer. The content has been chosen to provide an introduction to the theory and techniques relevant to the software of a broad class of computer applications. It is supported by examples of particular applications and their enabling technologies. This Encyclopedia will be of value to new practitioners who need a concise overview and established practitioners who need to read about the "penumbra" surrounding their own specialities. It will also be useful to professionals from other disciplines who need to gain some understanding of the various aspects of software engineering which underpin complex information and control systems, and the thinking behind them.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering Three Volume Set Print

Offering an authoritative perspective, the two volumes of the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering cover the entire multidisciplinary scope of this important field.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering Three Volume Set  Print

Software engineering requires specialized knowledge of a broad spectrum of topics, including the construction of software and the platforms, applications, and environments in which the software operates as well as an understanding of the people who build and use the software. Offering an authoritative perspective, the two volumes of the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering cover the entire multidisciplinary scope of this important field. More than 200 expert contributors and reviewers from industry and academia across 21 countries provide easy-to-read entries that cover software requirements, design, construction, testing, maintenance, configuration management, quality control, and software engineering management tools and methods. Editor Phillip A. Laplante uses the most universally recognized definition of the areas of relevance to software engineering, the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK®), as a template for organizing the material. Also available in an electronic format, this encyclopedia supplies software engineering students, IT professionals, researchers, managers, and scholars with unrivaled coverage of the topics that encompass this ever-changing field. Also Available Online This Taylor & Francis encyclopedia is also available through online subscription, offering a variety of extra benefits for researchers, students, and librarians, including: Citation tracking and alerts Active reference linking Saved searches and marked lists HTML and PDF format options Contact Taylor and Francis for more information or to inquire about subscription options and print/online combination packages. US: (Tel) 1.888.318.2367; (E-mail) [email protected] International: (Tel) +44 (0) 20 7017 6062; (E-mail) [email protected]

The Software Encyclopedia 2000

This unmatched guide provides fully annotated listings for more than 28,000 new and established programs -- and makes it easy for patrons to locate software for virtually every imaginable need or application from astrology charting to ...

The Software Encyclopedia 2000

Help all your PC-using patrons identify, compare, and select the programs they need for any conceivable application with The Software Encyclopedia 2000. This unmatched guide provides fully annotated listings for more than 28,000 new and established programs -- and makes it easy for patrons to locate software for virtually every imaginable need or application from astrology charting to commodities trading to desktop publishing. Covering every format, from disk to CD-ROM, the Encyclopedia indexes all entries by title and by compatible system and application. The 2000 edition includes more than 6,000 new programs and more than 8,000 updated entries.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering

Covering all aspects of engineering for practitioners who design, write, or test computer programs, this updated edition explores all the issues and principles of software design and engineering.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering

Covering all aspects of engineering for practitioners who design, write, or test computer programs, this updated edition explores all the issues and principles of software design and engineering. With terminology that adheres to the standard set by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the book features over 500 entries in 35 taxonomic areas, as well as biographies of over 100 personalities who have made an impact in the field.

The Software Encyclopedia 2006

Additionally, the 2-volume set includes a Publisher Name index, System Compatibility/Applications Index, Applications Guide, and Distributor Name Index.

The Software Encyclopedia 2006

Designed to meet the needs of its users, The Software Encyclopedia is a comprehensive, easy-to-navigate guide filled with detailed information on micro-computer software. Listings of over 44,600 software programs from 4,646 publishers and distributors are fully annotated to facilitate research and acquisition. Title entries are classified under 668 subject headings and contain title, subtitle, version number, publication date, compatible hardware, operating system requirements, memory required, price, a description of the type of customer support available, author, and ISBN. Additionally, the 2-volume set includes a Publisher Name index, System Compatibility/Applications Index, Applications Guide, and Distributor Name Index.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering Acquisitions Outsourcing

Offering an authoritative perspective, the two volumes of the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering cover the entire multidisciplinary scope of this important field.

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering  Acquisitions Outsourcing

'Software engineering requires specialized knowledge of a broad spectrum of topics, including the construction of software; the platforms, applications and environments in which the software operates; as well as an understanding of the people who build and use the software. Offering an authoritative perspective, the two volumes of the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering cover the entire multidisciplinary scope of this important field. More than 200 expert contributors and reviewers from industry and academia across 21 countries provide easy-to-read entries that cover software requirements, design, construction, testing, maintenance, configuration management, quality control, and software engineering management tools and methods.' (Amazon)