PDF document of the lecture notes (software engineering book) is available here
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Additional papers will be distributed for some topics.
For UML tutorials and reference documents, also check http://www.uml.org
Click here to get to the optional online readings page.
Click here for a general project description. All students are urged to examine carefully this document, since the project constitutes the main part of the final grade.
Project deliverables and deadlines are listed here.
|Class participation:||17 % discussion forum, 17 % peer reviews|
|Project reports (total 3):||12 % each|
|Project demos (total 2):||13 % first, 17 % second|
|Project e-Archive:||(*) Can reduce the overall grade by 10 % if missing or inadequate|
Observe that about 1/3 of the grade is individual-based (class participation), and about 2/3 is team-based (project deliverables). Please check the detailed project grading policy.
All assignments should be prepared using a word processor and uploaded to Sakai. Handwritten assignments or those containing handwritten material (e.g., figures, tables, etc.) will not be accepted.
Requests for grade review will be considered no later than four weeks after notification of the grade.
See also: Policy on Academic Integrity for Undergraduate and Graduate Students.
“It is the student’s responsibility to confirm with the course supervisor that all arrangements are in place well in advance of the scheduled date of the exam.”
If the student fails to make arrangements before the exams, we may not be able to accomodate the last-moment requests.
See: Office of Disability Services for Students.
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