Revised graduate Software Engineering curriculum at Monmouth College

  • Serafino Amoroso
  • Richard Kuntz
  • Thomas Wheeler
  • Bud Graff
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 327)


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    These comments about the software crisis are quoted quite often. Our source was the “Institute for Defense Analyses, Science and Technology Division, Paper P-1046,” dated October 1974, by David Fisher.Google Scholar
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    All of Tony Hoare's papers should be mentioned here. Of particular relevance in the present context is: “Programming is an Engineering Profession,” Oxford University Report, Programming Research Group, 1982.Google Scholar
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    There is no one paper that can be referenced here. Everything that Dijkstra has written is motivation for what we are trying to accomplish.Google Scholar
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    Much of the work of Mills will be incorporated in our program. The paper “Software Development.” IEEE Trans on Software Engineering, December, 1976, is pertinent.Google Scholar
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    We call the attention of reader to the classic: “The Mythical Man-Month,” Addison-Wesley, 1974, and also toGoogle Scholar
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    David Parnas has over the last twenty years written a great number of papers. For practical, immediately useful material, there is no better source of information on the topics of computer-system and software engineering. We will mention here only his lecture notes from his course “Applying Engineering Discipline to Software,” Summer Institute in Computer Science, Wang Institute, 1985.Google Scholar
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    A suitable source of material here is: “Structured Programming: Theory and Practice” by Linger, Mills, and Witt, Addison-Wesley, 1979.Google Scholar
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    For this material, we have in mind: “Principles of Computer Programming: A Mathematical Approach” by Mills, Basili, Gannon, and Hamlet, Allyn and Bacon, 1987.Google Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Serafino Amoroso
    • 1
  • Richard Kuntz
    • 1
  • Thomas Wheeler
    • 1
  • Bud Graff
    • 1
  1. 1.Monmouth CollegeWest Long Branch

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