Perspectives in Software Engineering

  title={Perspectives in Software Engineering},
  author={Marvin V. Zelkowitz},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
Software engineering refers to the process of creating software systems. It applies loosely to techniques which reduce high software cost and complexity while increasing reliability and mochfiability. This paper outlines the procedures used in the development of computer software, emphasizing large-scale software development, and pmpomtmg areas where problems exist and solutions have been proposed Solutions from both the management and the programmer points of vtew are then given for many of… CONTINUE READING
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