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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (2001)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Feb. 19, 2001 to Feb. 21, 2001
ISSN: 1093-0175
ISBN: 0-7695-1059-0

Foreword (PDF)

pp. ix
Session M1: Keynote
Session M2: Software Engineering Process

YOOPEEDOO (UPEDU): A Process for Teaching Software Process (Abstract)

Pierre N. Robillard , Ecole Polytechnique de Montr?al
Philippe Kruchten , Rational Software Canada
Patrick d'Astous , Ecole Polytechnique de Montr?al
pp. 18

Programming Skills of Software Engineering Students: What is required? (Abstract)

Don Bagert , Texas Tech
Tom Hilburn , Embry Riddle
Greg Hislop , Drexel
Mike Lutz , RIT
Mike McCracken , Georgia Tech
Steve McConnell , Construx Software
pp. 39
Session M3: Software Engineering Process and Management

Using a Model Framework In Developing and Delivering a Family of Software Engineering Project Courses (Abstract)

Daniel Port , University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering
Barry Boehm , University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering
pp. 44

Achieving a World-Wide Software Engineering Profession (Abstract)

J. Barrie Thompson , University of Sunderland
Helen M. Edwards , University of Sunderland
pp. 67

Independent Accreditation for Software Engineering Programs? (PDF)

Vladan Jovanovic , University of Detroit Mercy
Daniel Shoemaker , University of Detroit Mercy
Lerine Steenkamp , University of Detroit Mercy
pp. 75
Session M4: Software Engineering Process II

PSPSM in the Large Class (Abstract)

David Carrington , The University of Queensland
Ben McEniery , The University of Queensland
Dan Johnston , The University of Queensland
pp. 81

Incorporating PSP into a Traditional Software Engineering Course: An Experience Report (Abstract)

Jonathan I. Maletic , The University of Memphis
Andrian Marcus , The University of Memphis
Anita Howald , Woodson-Tenent Laboratories
pp. 89
Session T1: Keynote
Session T2: Software Engineering Evolution and Testing

Including Practical Software Evolution in Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Margot Postema , Monash University
Jan Miller , Monash University
Martin Dick , Monash University
pp. 127
Session T3: Software Engineering Practice

Improving Student Performance in Software Engineering Practice (Abstract)

Martin Dick , Monash University
Margot Postema , Monash University
Jan Miller , Monash University
pp. 143

Teamwork and Trust: Universities, Industry and the Professional Software Engineer (Abstract)

Rick Duley , Edith Cowan University
S.P. Maj , Edith Cowan University
D Veal , Edith Cowan University
pp. 153

Building Software Engineering Professionals: TCS Experience (Abstract)

R. Narayanan , Tata Consultancy Services
S. Neethi , Tata Consultancy Services
pp. 162

Systems Failures (PDF)

John Donaldson , Middlesex University
John Jenkins , Middlesex University
pp. 185

Systems Failures: An Approach to Building a Coping Strategy (Abstract)

J. Donaldson , Middlesex University
J. Jenkins , Middlesex University
pp. 187

Software Engineering: Is it Process? Is it Design? (Abstract)

J. Fernando Naveda , Rochester Institute of Technology
Jorge Díaz-Herrera , Southern Polytechnic Institute
Heidi Ellis , Rensselaer at Hartford
Tom Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Mike Lutz , Rochester Institute of Technology
pp. 195
Session W1: Keynote

A Case of Software Engineering Accreditation (Abstract)

Yoshihiro Matsumoto , Musashi Institute of Technology
Yoshihiro Akiyama , IBM Japan, Ltd.
Osamu Dairiki , Nippon Steel Corporation
Tetsuo Tamai , University of Tokyo
pp. 201
Session W2: Software Engineering Accreditation and Curriculum

Educating Professional Software Engineers: Pathways and progress in the Australian experience (Abstract)

Rick Duley , Edith Cowan University
D. Veal , Edith Cowan University
S.P. Maj , Edith Cowan University
pp. 213

Undergraduate Software Engineering Education: The Body of Knowledge, Existing Programs and Accreditation (Abstract)

Elias Sinderson , University of California, Santa Cruz
Lilly Spirkovska , University of California, Santa Cruz
pp. 221
Session W3: Software Engineering Learning Environments

A Learning Environment for First Year Software Engineers (Abstract)

Mark Ratcliffe , University of Wales
Lynda Thomas , University of Wales
John Woodbury , University of Wales
pp. 268

Computer Law Basics for Software Engineering Educators (Abstract)

David G. Kay , University of California, Irvine
pp. 289

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 295
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