Software Engineering I

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BIK-SI1.2 Z,ZK 5 13KP+4KC Czech
Jiří Mlejnek (guarantor)
Jiří Mlejnek (guarantor)
Department of Software Engineering

Students learn the methods of analysis and design of large software systems, which are typically designed and implemented in teams. They get practical skill thanks to applying hands-on analysis and design of a large-scale software project that is to be developed within the concurrent BI-SP1 module.

They get skill to use CASE tools and UML for modelling and solving software-related problems. They get overview of object-oriented analysis, design, architecture, validation, verification, and testing processes.


Students are expected to be able to design a data model, with the ability level corresponding to the conceptual data model design in BIE-DBS or object model design in BIE-OMO.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to software engineering

2. Business process modeling

3. Requrements modeling, use case model

4. Analysis of problem domain - analytic classes, attributes, states, relationships

5. Software system architecture

6. Design - design classes and patterns

7. Design - interfaces and components

8. Implementation

9. Application testing

10. Methods and tools for application integration

11. Metodologies of software development, MDA

12. Agile methodologies

Syllabus of tutorials:

The exercises in teams, students create a simple software project.

Study Objective:

Students understand principles of object-oriented design of large software systems which are based on visual models, techniques, and methods of modern software design.

They gain fundamental knowledge that allows them to understand the teamwork on a SW project and to efficiently take part in it.

Study materials:

1. Arlow, J., Neustad, I. UML 2 a unifikovaný proces vývoje aplikací. Brno: Computer Press, 2007. ISBN 978-80-251-1503-9.

2. Pecinovský, R. Návrhové vzory. Brno: Computer Press, 2007. ISBN 978-80-251-1582-4.

3. Larman, C. Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and the Unified Process. ISBN 978-0131489066.

Further information:
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