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  • 1. PUNJAB COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSE PLAN Software Engineering [ BC- 303(N2) ] Max. Marks 100 Internal Assessment 40 External Assessment 60 Instruction for paper setter The question paper will consist of two sections A and B. Sections B will have Six questions and will carry 10 marks each. Section A will have 10 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks in all. Instructions for Candidates Candidates are required to attempt four questions from section B and the entire section A. Use of non-programmable scientific calculator is allowed. Syllabus Software: Characteristics, Components, Applications, Software Process Models: Waterfall, Spiral, Prototyping, Fourth Generation Techniques, Concepts of Project Management, Role of Metrics & Measurements. S/W Project Planning: Objectives, Decomposition techniques: S/W Sizing, Problem-based estimation, Process based estimation, Cost Estimation Models: COCOMO Model, The S/W Equation, System Analysis: Principles of Structured Analysis, Requirement analysis, DFD, Entity Relationship diagram, Data dictionary. S/W Design: Objectives, Principles, Concepts, Design methodologies: Data design, Architectural design, Procedural design, Object -oriented concepts Testing fundamentals: Objectives, principles, testability, Test cases: White box & Black box testing, Testing strategies: verification & validation, unit test, integration testing, validation testing, system testing References: 1. Roger. S. Pressman, "Software Engineering - A Practitioner's Approach", Third Edition, McGraw Hill, 1992 2. R.E. Fairley, "Software Engineering Concepts", McGraw-Hill, 1985. 3. Jalota, "An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering", (Narosa Publishing House, 1992)
  • 2. Important Guidelines  Attendance Criteria – 75% (No Compensation)  You are supposed to be present in the class on/before scheduled time. After that you will be allowed to attend the lecture but attendance for the same will not be awarded.  You will be informed well in advance about all the important deadlines related to different activities.  If you will miss any of the test or presentation or any other activity, there will be no compensation in the marks for the same.  You are advised not to copy the assignments otherwise copied assignments and the master assignment would be cancelled and awarded zero marks. Following are the parameters along with weight-age for the final calculation of Internal. Internal Evaluation Breakup Marks Parameters 15 MID SEMESTER EXAMINATION [MSE] 5 PRESENTATION 10 TESTS [First Hourly, Second Hourly, Special] 10 ASSIGNMENTS
  • 3. Class: BCA-II Lectures: 49 Subject: Software Engineering Tutorials: 5 Subject Code: BC-303 (N2) Tests: 3 Instructor: Anil Sharma Assignments: 3 Tests/ Lecture Topics Assignments/ Number Tutorials Diff b/w program and Software • Meaning and Definition 1. • Components • Characteristics • Applications Software • Problems Software Engineering: • Definition 2. • Process, methods and tools • Generic view of Software Engineering • Activities involved • Problems Software process models • Introduction 3. • Waterfall Model • Advantages • Disadvantages • Introduction of Evolutionary Software process models 4. • Prototyping model • Advantages • Disadvantages • Spiral Model 5. • Advantages • Disadvantages Software Engineering: • Fourth Generation Techniques • Process technology 6. • Product and Process • Software Prototyping (selecting prototyping approach, prototyping methods and tools) 7. TUTORIAL - I 8. Project Management Concepts: • Management Spectrum ( The People, The Product, Process, Project)
  • 4. • People: Players, Team Leaders, Software Team • Coordination & Communication Issues • Product • Process: Melding product and process, Process decomposition. 9. Role of metrices and measurement Software Project Planning: • Observations on Estimating • Project planning Objectives Software Scope: 10. • Obtaining Information Necessary for scope • Feasibility Scoping example Resources: • Human Resources 11. • Reusable Software Resources • Environmental resources Software Project Estimation Decomposition Techniques:  Software Sizing 12. Problem Based Estimation Process Based Estimation and Example 13. TUTORIAL - II ASSGNMENT-I 14. TEST-I Emperical Estimation Models: 15. • Structure of Estimation Models COCOMO model and its advantages, disadvantages Emperical Estimation Models (continued): • Software Equation • Make/Buy decision: 16. o Creating a decision tree o Outsourcing Automated Estimation Tools Requirements Analysis, Analysis Modeling, 17. Elements of Analysis Modeling Data Modeling: • Data Objects 18. • Attributes & Relationships • Cardinality and Modality Data Modeling (continued): 19. • Entity Relationship Diagrams • Creating ERDs with examples 20. Data Flow Diagrams: • Definition
  • 5. • Drawing DFD • Various Levels of DFD Control Flow Diagrams, Control Flow Models, 21. Process Specification, Data Dictionary Design Concepts and Principles: • Software Design and Software Engineering • Design Process: 22. • Design and Software quality Evolution of software Design Design Concepts and Principles (continued): • Design Principles and Design Concepts: 23. • Abstraction • Refinement • Modularity Design Concepts and Principles (continued): • Design Concepts 24. • Software Architecture • Control Hierarchy • Structural Partitioning Design Concepts and Principles (continued): Design Concepts: 25. • Data Structure • Software Procedure • Information Hiding 26. TUTORIAL - III ASSIGNMENT-II 27. TEST-II Software Architecture: 1. Architecture Definition 2. Importance of Architecture Data Design: 28. • Data Modeling • Data Structures • Databases • Data warehouse • Data Design at component Level Architectural Styles: 29. • Styles & Patterns • Organization & Refinement Structured Programming: • Graphical Design Notation 30. • Tabular Design Notation • Program Design Language 31. Comparison of Design Notation 32. • Object Oriented paradigm
  • 6. • Object Oriented Concepts: o Classes & Objects o Attributes o Operations o Methods & Services Object Oriented Concepts: • Messages 33. • Encapsulation • Inheritence and Polymorphism Software Testing Fundamentals: • Testing Definition 34. • Testing Objectives • Testing Principles • Testability 35. Test Case Design, White Box Testing Basis Path Testing: 36. • Flow Graph Notation • Cyclomatic Complexity Basis Path Testing(continued): 37. • Deriving Test Cases • Graph Matrices Control Structure Testing: • Condition Testing 38. • Data Flow Testing • Loop Testing Black Box Testing: 39. Graph Based Testing Methods Black Box Testing (continued): • Equivalence Partitioning 40. • Boundary Value Analysis • Comparison Testing • Orthogonal Array Testing 41. TUTORIAL - IV ASSIGNMENT-III 42. TEST-III Strategic Approach to Software Testing: • Verification & Validation • Organizing for Software testing 43. • Software Testing Strategy • Criteria for completion of testing • Strategic Issues Unit Testing: 44. • Unit Testing Considerations • Unit Testing Procedures 45. Integration Testing: • Top Design Integration
  • 7. • Bottom Up Integration • Regression Testing Integration Testing (continued): • Smoke Testing 46. • Comments on Integration Testing • Integration Test documentation 47. Validation Testing: • Validation Test Criteria • Configuration Review • Alpha & Beta Testing System Testing: • Recovery Testing 48. • Security Testing • Stress Testing • Performance Testing 49. TUTORIAL – V

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