This book presents a formal methodology that develops principles of software metrics based on mathematical principles and the attributes of software behaviour. The problems and attributes of software are discussed in some depth, allowing the reader to gain a closer picture of software manufacturing processes. Also included is coverage of programming structures, design principles and the problems and solutions of documentation.
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Presents the basic principles behind the concepts, problems and solutions of software productivity. Divided into three parts--a survey of software engineering, programming structures and documentation--it offers a unified perspective of software engineering. Describes how to assess complexity, appraise requirements definition, evaluate design, quantify quality and validate products.
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Book Description The McGraw-Hill Company. Book Condition: New. pp. 350. Bookseller Inventory # 6347256