IEEE-CS/ACM computing curriculum software engineering volume project

@article{LeBlanc2003IEEECSACMCC,
  title={IEEE-CS/ACM computing curriculum software engineering volume project},
  author={R. LeBlanc and M. Ben-Menachem and T. Hilburn and S. Mengel and T. Lethbridge and J. B. Thompson and A. Sobel and J. D{\'i}az-Herrera},
  journal={Proceedings 16th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, 2003. (CSEE\&T 2003).},
  year={2003},
  pages={333-334}
}
The Software Engineering Volume is part of the IEEE-CS/ACM Computing Curriculum effort that began in the Fall of 1998 when individuals from the IEEE Computer Society and the ACM formed a Steering Committee and began work on the Computer Science Volume. This Steering Committee came to the conclusion that the area of computing had gone beyond the boundaries of computer science and that one volume could not effectively cover the newer areas that had been developed. It was decided to split the… Expand
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