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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (1999)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Mar. 22, 1999 to Mar. 24, 1999
ISSN: 1093-0175
ISBN: 0-7695-0131-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. viii

Committees (PDF)

pp. x

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xii
Keynote Address

Professionalization of Software Engineering: Next Steps (Abstract)

President IEEE Computer Society , Boeing Commercial Airplane
Leonard L. Tripp , Boeing Commercial Airplane
pp. 4
Session 1: Professional Connections: Session Chair: Mike Lutz

Replacing a Hospital Information System: An Example of a Real-World Case Study (Abstract)

Klaas Sikkel , University of Twente
Ton A.M. Spil , University of Twente
Rob L.W. van de Weg , University of Twente
pp. 6
Session 2: Workshop I
Session 3: Educational Connections: Session Chair: Mike McCracken

A Case Study of the Analysis of Novice Student Programs (Abstract)

Joseph V. Ulans , Texas Tech University
Susan A. Mengel , Texas Tech University
pp. 40

Providing New Graduate Opportunities in Software Engineering: Experiences with a UK Master's Level Conversion Course (Abstract)

J. Barrie Thompson , University of Sunderland, St Peter's Way,
Helen M. Edwards , University of Sunderland, St Peter's Way,
pp. 50

Experience Factory-Based Professional Education and Training (Abstract)

Günther Ruhe , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
pp. 62
Session 4: Panel Session I
Keynote Address
Session 5: Panel Session II

Tracking and Evaluating Industry/University Collaborations for Software Engineering Education and Training (Abstract)

George O' Mary , The Boeing Company
Kathy Beckman , Abacus Technology Corporation
Cynthia L. Parish , California State University at Long Beach
Jimmy Lawrence , Auburn University
pp. 102
Session 6: Workshop II

Establishing a Distance Education Program (Abstract)

J. Barrie Thompson , University of Sunderland, St Peter's Way,
Helen M. Edwards , University of Sunderland, St Peter's Way,
pp. 106
Session 7: Workshop III

Software Engineering - The State of the Profession (Abstract)

Thomas B. Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
pp. 114
Keynote Address

Opportunities and Challenges for Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Doris L. Carver , President, IEEE Computer Society (1998)
pp. 120
Session 8: Panel Session III

Status Report from the ACM/IEEE-CS Task Forces on Software Engineering Curriculum and Body of Knowledge (Abstract)

Gerald Engel , University of Connecticut
Laurie Werth , The University of Texas at Austin
Dennis Frailey , Raytheon TI Systems
Robert Dupuis , University of Quebec
Richard LeBlanc , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 124
Session 9: Workshop IV

Safety as a Metric (Abstract)

Matthias Felleisen , Rice University
Robert "Corky" Cartwright , Rice University
pp. 129

Micro-Process Based Software Metrics in the Training (Abstract)

Katsuhiko Hirai , Matsushita Systems Engineering Co., Ltd.
pp. 132

PSP Metrics in Support of Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Thomas B. Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
pp. 135
Session 10: Emerging Connections: Chair: Peter Knoke

An Online Systems Analysis Course (Abstract)

Gregory W. Hislop , Drexel University
pp. 138
Session 11: Real-World Connections: Chair: Greg Hislop

Bridging the Gap (Abstract)

Mike Gregory , Central Queensland University
Dave Oliver , Central Queensland University
Kathy Egea , Central Queensland University
pp. 186

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 198
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