This series covers all aspects of software engineering and software development. Books in the series include innovative reference books, research monographs, and textbooks at the undergraduate and graduate level. The series covers traditional subject matter, cutting-edge research, and current industry practice, such as agile software development methods and service-oriented architectures. We also welcome proposals for books that capture the latest results on the domains and conditions in which practices are most effective.
November 17, 2011
Software Engineering: The Current Practice teaches students basic software engineering skills and helps practitioners refresh their knowledge and explore recent developments in the field, including software changes and iterative processes of software development. After a historical overview and an...
Peter F. Linington, Zoran Milosevic, Akira Tanaka, Antonio Vallecillo
September 06, 2011
The Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) is an international standard that provides a solid basis for describing and building widely distributed systems and applications in a systematic way. It stresses the need to build these systems with evolution in mind by identifying the...
Allen Tucker, Ralph Morelli, Chamindra de Silva
January 19, 2011
To understand the principles and practice of software development, there is no better motivator than participating in a software project with real-world value and a life beyond the academic arena. Software Development: An Open Source Approach immerses students directly into an agile free and open...