A magyar kurzus információi a tárgy magyar weboldalán találhatók.
Lecturers: Dr. Katalin Balla, Dr. Balázs Simon
Subject info: BMEVIIIAB01
Location and time: Wednesdays, 10:15-13:00, IL.408.
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|1||September 11||Introduction. About software and software engineering. Actual trends and problems. Processes and their modelling.||About
|2||September 18||UML: Use Case Diagram, Activity Diagram, Component Diagram, Deployment Diagram||UML1|
|3||September 25||OO concepts, UML: Class Diagram, Package Diagram, Object Diagram||UML2|
|4||October 2||UML: Sequence Diagram, Communication Diagram, Interaction Overview Diagram
UML: State Machine Diagram, Timing Diagram, Composite Structure Diagram, Profile Diagram; Beyond UML: MOF, XMI, OCL
|5||October 9||OO design principles.||OO design|
|6||October 16||Practice: Homework consultation, UML exercises for the exam||Guidelines,
|8||October 30||Popular life cycle models. Traditional and agile approaches to software engineering.
Process improvement models. Elements, goals and practices. Process groups.
|9||November 6||Requirements. Elicitation, analysis, definition, documenting. Managing requirements changes.
Design. Translating user requirements to product requirements.
|10||November 13||Testing techniques. Traditional and agile testing.||Techniques (extra)|
|11||November 20||Testing. Basic concepts, test types, testing process, test documentation.||Testing (extra)|
|12||November 27||Managerial aspects of software projects. Estimating, planning, monitoring and control. Risk management.||Management
|13||December 4||Supporting processes: configuration management, version control, change management.
Supporting processes: quality assurance, quality management, measurement.
|Supporting processes (extra)|
|14||December 11||Practice: Solving example tasks for the exam|
The homework assignment will be announced on the 2nd week.
Guidelines for the homework: Guidelines
The homework submission must include the documentation in PDF format and the UML model in electronic format. The model must be designed in WhiteStarUML, but the sequence diagrams may be drawn in Web Sequence Diagrams instead of in WhiteStarUML. However, the sequence diagrams must conform to the class diagram drawn in WhiteStarUML.
The solution for the homework must be submitted in the jporta system. The deadline for the submission is November 11, 2019, 23:59. A single ZIP file must be uploaded which contains the following:
- Documentation according to the template in PDF format.
- The model (use-case + class + sequence + state machine diagrams) designed in WhiteStarUML using the file format of WhiteStarUML, as a single file with UML extension.
- In case the sequence diagrams were made in Web Sequence Diagrams, then the textual sources of these sequences as separate TXT files.
The results of the homework can be viewed in the jporta system under the "Assessments" tab (not next to the uploaded file!).
Similar tasks with solutions:
Additional sources for practicing:
- Steven F. Lott: Building Skills in Object-Oriented Design (highly recommended reading)
In case the homework is not accepted, a new homework with a new task can be submitted on the replacement week.
Exercises for practicing can be found here:
Please, notify the lecturers in case you find a mistake in the exercise book! Thank you!
The exercise book contains tasks also from the previous version of the subject. However, the exam will contain tasks only from the material of the current semester.