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Software Engineering Education, Conference on (1996)
Daytona, FL
Apr. 21, 1996 to Apr. 24, 1996
ISBN: 0-8186-7249-8
Ninth Conference On Software Engineering Education

Foreword (PDF)

pp. viii

Committees (PDF)

pp. ix

Referees (PDF)

pp. x
Keynote Address I
Session Al: Undergraduate Curriculum

Integrating a Problem-Solving Methodology and Group Skills into CS1 (Abstract)

A.Q. Gates , The University of Texas at El Paso
pp. 6

A Joint CS/E&CE Undergraduate Option in Software Engineering (Abstract)

R. Kazman , University of Waterloo
R.E. Seviora , University of Waterloo
P.P. Dasiewicz , University of Waterloo
J.M. Atlee , University of Waterloo
A. Singh , University of Waterloo
pp. 16
Panel Session: CMM-Based Software Process Improvement Training:

Personal Software Process: A User's Perspective (Abstract)

Anna Ch. Ceberio-Verghese , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
pp. 52
Session A3: Undergraduate Projects

Balancing Process and Product (Abstract)

Donald J. Bagert , Texas Tech University
pp. 78
Keynote Address II
Session B1: Graduate Software Engineering Education Curriculum

The Carnegie Mellon University Master of Software Engineering Specialization Tracks (Abstract)

Mary Shaw , Carnegie Mellon University
Carol L. Hoover , Carnegie Mellon University
Nancy R. Mead , Software Engineering Institute
pp. 100

A Software Maintenance Process Architecture (Abstract)

John D. Carlin , NORAD System Support Facility Tyndal Air Force Base, FL, USA
Norman Wilde , University of West Florida
Scott M. Brown , Air Force Institute of Technology
pp. 130
Panel Session: Use of Large, Domain Specific CASE

Use of Large, Domain Specific CASE tools in Undergraduate Curricula (Abstract)

Mary Sumner , Department of Management Information Systems School of Business Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
Terry Shepard , Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Royal Military College of Canada
pp. 144
Session B3: Practitioner Training

Process Improvement for Software Engineering Training (Abstract)

Maribeth B. Carpenter , Software Engineering Institute Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 172

Stretching the McDonnell Douglas Software Training Budget: Striking a Balance Between In-House and Outsourcing (Abstract)

George O'Mary , McDonnell Douglas Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Karen Powel , McDonnell Douglas Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Nancy McCabe , McDonnell Douglas Huntington Beach, CA 92647
pp. 199
Keynote Address III
Session C1: Metting Professional Needs

Industry and University Partnership Through Consortia (Abstract)

Sheneui C. Sloan , Software Engineering Forum for Training California State University, Long Beach
pp. 221
Panel Session: Changing Culture: An Industry Perspective on Graduate
Session C3: Leading Edge Issues

Teaching and Testing (Abstract)

Peter Walsh , Malaspina University College
Paul Strooper , University of Queensland
Daniel Hoffman , University of Victoria
pp. 248

Using the World Wide Web to Promote Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

David Zack , Motorola, RISC Software
Ken Maranian , Motorola, RISC Software
Alexis Takvorian , Motorola, RISC Software
pp. 270

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 283
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