Automatic Development Tools In Software Engineering Courses
In this paper, the author discusses the role of automatic software development tools in graduate software engineering courses. The basic requirements for such tools, from the industry perspective, are presented, followed by the selection of tools meeting a comprehensive set of criteria in four process-related dimensions: internal, vertical, horizontal, and diagonal. Typical software development projects for student teams used in the Software Engineering Program at the University of Central Florida are presented, involving the following four software tools: SES/workbench, ObjecTime Developer, iLogix Rhapsody, and Gensym G2.
Software Engineering Education Conference, Proceedings
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Zalewski, Janusz, "Automatic Development Tools In Software Engineering Courses" (2000). Scopus Export 2000s. 1218.