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by Armstrong A. Takang,Penny Grubb

Software Maintenance: Concepts and Practice download ebook
ISBN:
1850321922
ISBN13:
978-1850321927
Author:
Armstrong A. Takang,Penny Grubb
Publisher:
Coriolis Group (January 1, 1996)
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Pages:
219 pages
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1896 kb
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1930 kb
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Rating:
4.9

Penny Grubb, Armstrong A. Takang. There are many spelling mistakes throughout the book, which is inexcusable as almost all of them can be caught by computer now. Semicolons and commas are incorrectly swapped on a regular basis

Penny Grubb, Armstrong A. Semicolons and commas are incorrectly swapped on a regular basis. The examples given are horribly inaccurate. For example, in section . 1, "ls wc w" is given as an example of composition-based reuse

Penny Grubb (Author), Armstrong A Takang (Author). an excellent piece of work that comprehensively covers the breadth of software maintenance issues.

Penny Grubb (Author), Armstrong A Takang (Author). ISBN-13: 978-9812384263.

Yet, we still struggle to build systems we can really rely on. If we want to work with software systems at any level, we need to get to grips with the way software evolves. This book will equip the reader with a sound understanding of maintenance and how it affects all levels of the software evolution process.

Software Maintenance: Concepts and Practice Authored by Penny Grubb and Armstrong A. Takang World Scientific, New Jersey.

Penny Grubb, Armstrong A. World Scientific, 2003 - 349 من الصفحات. Software systems now invade every area of daily living. Yet, we still struggle to build systems we can really rely on. عاينة هذا الكتاب . ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة. م نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.

Software systems now invade every area of daily living. This book was new and in excellent condition, very clean, fast shipment, and an easy reader book!

Software systems now invade every area of daily living. If we want to work with software systems at any level.

Software Maintenance: Concepts And PracticePaperback – 7 July 2003. by Penny Grubb(Author), Armstrong A. Takang(Author). Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.

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This introduction to software maintenance concepts shows how these concepts can be used in practical solutions to problems faced by software engineers. A range of maintenance techniques are covered, including reverse engineering, reengineering, programme comprehension, code restructuring, and maintainability measures. After examining various methods which have been used, the text presents the view of the "evolutionary development of software", rather than the traditional view of software as a static artefact causing maintenance to be expensive or impossible.
Reviews:
  • Owomed
An old book but still good content.
  • Gardall
The book was for school, I got out of it what I put into it meaning it covered the bases when and where i needed them.
  • Iaran
Great dealer! Will purchase from them again.
  • Cae
This book was new and in excellent condition, very clean, fast shipment, and an easy reader book! What else do I expect? :)
  • Rayli
The second edition of this book is poorly edited. There are many spelling mistakes throughout the book, which is inexcusable as almost all of them can be caught by computer now. Semicolons and commas are incorrectly swapped on a regular basis. For a second edition textbook, I find it to be a poor example of educational writing.

The examples given are horribly inaccurate. For example, in section 8.5.1, "ls wc | w" is given as an example of composition-based reuse. On my computer, at least, this attempts to run ls on the file wc, and then pipes the output of that to the w command. What was intended is the still-inaccurate, "ls | wc -w", which counts the number of words in a directory. The correct command would be "ls | wc -l", which counts the number of files (each is printed on a separate line by ls).

All of these things would be forgivable, however, if the main text itself were interesting. Unfortunately, it instead reads like a first edition masters' thesis, complete with academic pretentiousness, sub-sub-subsections (i.e. 8.5.2.2), useless diagrams, and references [226] to other peoples' [10] master theses [153].
  • Inerrace
It is my course book. The book provides complete information about the subject. Unfortunately there are many spelling mistakes, and moreover the English of the book is somewhat odd.
  • Olma
There is a new edition of this book now available
ISBN 981-238-425-1