Software Engineering By Bharat Bhushan Agarwal,Sumit Prakash Tayal

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PREFACE This is the second edition and improved edition to author s previous book titled Software Engineering . We have divided the subject into small chapters so that the topics can be arranged and understood properly. The topics within the chapters have been arranged in a proper sequence to ensure smooth flow of the subject. Several solved problems have been added in this edition for better understanding of software engineering concepts. The concepts presented in this book help the student to strengthen software management approaches. This book presents software management techniques that both complement, and are unique from most software project development methodologies. This perspective will hopefully put you in a different paradigm to successfully run a software development project. This book investigates the aspects of Just-In-Time software and risk management both from a technology perspective, addressing implementation details of software , and the business perspective, addressing software development cost, schedule, and strategy . This includes the risks associated with business decision-making, investment, and profit. Although the book may be read straight through, readers are encouraged to skip around to find topics of interest. Cross-referencing is provided to assist the reader who samples the contents. In fact, some materials are inevitably repetitive because an important goal of the book is to provide different viewpoints of the same collections of standards. The text is intended to appeal to the users of software engineering standards, that is, those individuals and organizations whose work is the creation and maintenance of software systems of the highest quality and sometimes the highest difficulty . It is anticipated that the typical reader would be a senior technical professional or a manager with a background in software development. Secondarily, the book should be useful to standard-writers, those professionals who are working on new or revised software engineering standards intended to fit within the existing bodies of such standards. It is hoped that an exposition of fundamental and unifying principles and the scope and relationships of existing standards would ease the difficult job of converting experience into standards. The book meets the requirements of the students of B.Tech, M.Tech, BCA, MCA and other higher competitive exams. Finally, the book should be useful to students in the emerging discipline of software engineering, who need access to a largely non-existent codified body of knowledge for the software discipline. We would always gratefully welcome any kind of valuable suggestions, and constructive criticisms to improve the subsequent edition of this book. Authors
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First and foremost, we must extend our deepest gratitude to the Almighty God for showering love and grace on us to make us write this book. The authors feel privileged and fortunate enough to retain the affection of following distinguished personalities, Shri Rajeev Kothiwal, Chairman, IFTM Moradabad, Dr. R.M. Dubey, the Managing Director, IFTM Moradabad Mr. Prakash M. Telang, Executive Director Commercial Vehicles , Tata Motors Limited, Pune who have been the driving force behind this effort. We express our special gratitude, very heartly, to Prof. B.N. Kaul, Director, CET, IFTM Moradabad, for time-to-time suggestions and guidance. We are extremely indebted to Prof. Anupam Srivastava, HOD, Department of Mechanical Industrial Engineering, CCEO Caledonian College of Engineering, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, to inspire and motivate us, without whose valuable suggestions it would have been difficult to complete the book. Special thanks are also due to Mr. G.S. Singh, Practice Head, Tata Technologies Ltd. Pune, Mr. Rahul Shandilya, Practice Head, Tata Technologies Ltd. Pune, Mr. David Viola, Manager, Chrysler, USA.,